Vacancies at the Centre

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Part-time Knowledge Exchange Officer
Centre for Criminology, Manor Road Building, Manor Road, Oxford
Grade 7: £29,837 - £36,661 p.a. (pro rata)


The Centre for Criminology is looking to appoint a suitably qualified person to a part-time Knowledge Exchange Officer position for a fixed period of 8 months to work on the project “Adolescent to Parent Violence: Developing Guidance for Practitioners”. The project further develops the impact of the 3 year ESRC-funded Oxford University study ‘Investigating Adolescent Violence towards Parents’. The study, which ended in September 2013, mapped the contours of the problem of adolescent to parent violence (APV), exploring how it is defined, experienced and negotiated by parents and adolescents and how violent assaults committed by adolescents within the home are currently processed and managed within the criminal justice system. This new project will develop policy guidance for practitioners based upon the findings of the research and disseminate this guidance through a number of routes.
We are looking to appoint someone with a Master’s degree or a doctorate in criminology, law, sociology or a related social science discipline. The successful candidate will be required to work independently in this sensitive area, to write and edit material, and to work directly with senior stakeholders. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage in the intellectual life of the Centre for Criminology for the duration of the post.
The post is based in the Manor Road Building, Manor Road, Oxford.

The post is a fixed term contract for 8 months at 50% FTE. There is flexibility in the working pattern, to be agreed with Dr. Condry. It is intended that the post start in September 2014.

The closing date for applications is 22nd July 2014. Interviews will be held on 28th July 2014.

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