Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology

Nottingham Trent University

NTU Psychology

You would be joining NTU Psychology, the largest department in the University with over 160 academic staff, 30 research and support staff and 100 doctoral students.  We have a reputation for excellence in its teaching, research and practice and want to develop further our impact in the University, the community and internationally. We currently have nearly 3000 undergraduate students and a further 300 post graduate taught students. We are nationally recognised for our outstanding student experience and are one of the top 200 Psychology Departments in the World. We are innovative in our teaching and assessment with a strong focus on student experience. Our courses are built around a strong tutorial programme, which aims to provide a personalised experience for all our students.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​At NTU Psychology we are committed to our internationally world leading applied research in forensic psychology which occurs primarily within our Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit (SOCAMRU). Established in 2007, SOCAMRU’s primary aim is to conduct and facilitate applied forensic research in sexual crime, with the unit sitting at the juxtaposition between the domain of prison, police and criminal justice practitioners and that of academia. We are seeking a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology to further strengthen our practice and meet the demands of our course provision, especially our M.Sc and D.Foren.Sci programmes.

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