18th July 2016

Colin Bell BuildingFancy joining the SCCJR? The University of Stirling is seeking to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Criminology to work in collaboration with the new Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research.

The successful candidate will have teaching and research interests in the area of addictions, and a strong commitment to education and research in criminology.

The new lecturer will be an active member of the Crime and Justice Research Group in the University’s School of Applied Social Sciences and the SCCJR.

The new Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research, timed to commence operations in September 2016, will take forward the Salvation Army (TSA) Drug and Alcohol Strategy through collaborative working between TSA and the university.

Full details of the post are available on the University of Stirling website. Closing date for applications is August 14 2016.




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