Head of Department of Law, Policing & Investigation

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Head of Department of Law, Policing & Investigation

Teesside University – School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law

Location: Middlesbrough
Salary: £65,473 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 11th June 2021
Closes: 23rd June 2021
Job Ref: T1756

 

Teesside University is an ambitious and enterprising university for a focused and pragmatic global new generation. We are committed to transforming lives and driving success for businesses and the economy.

Our corporate strategy sets out our intentions to drive academic ambition and deliver excellence for our students, partners and the communities we serve. It positions Teesside as a high-performing global university anchored in the Tees Valley that provides aspiration to our communities and learning opportunities for all.

We have taken a leading role over a prolonged period in employer engagement, the enhancement of learning and the student experience, impactful research, staff and leadership development, employer workforce development, as well as social, cultural and community enrichment. Through these significant strengths and a commitment to achieving excellence in all areas, Teesside University transforms lives and economies.

As part of these commitments the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law are creating a new Department of Law, Policing and Investigation. We are seeking a successful and strategic academic leader for this exciting and challenging role.

Working closely with the Dean and Associate Deans you will contribute to the School’s strategic and operational planning, providing robust vision and leadership to deliver and maintain the highest possible standards in teaching, research, business engagement and internationalisation.

The person we are looking for will be well organised with an excellent track record of delivering high quality teaching and supervision and will be experienced in implementing strategy.  Effective project, budget and staff management skills are essential as is a credible professional and research background.

The Tees Valley is an enjoyable place to live – in the heart of the North of England’s coastline and countryside, with easy access to Durham, Newcastle and York.

For an informal discussion please contact the Dean of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law, Professor Paul Crawshaw, via Cindy Hunter c.hunter@tees.ac.uk. Apply now if you would like to join us.

Job Reference: T1756

For further details of this and other academic posts, please refer to our website at: http://www.tees.ac.uk/academicjobs/

Interview date:  20 July 2021