Current vacancies

Current vacancies

Research Officer (0.5fte) - 6 months fixed term

 

 

Research officer  -  0.5 fte  (6 months fixed term)

£25,513 - £30,433 pro rata (maximum starting salary £27,377 pro rata)

The School of Natural Sciences and Psychology is seeking to appoint a Research Officer for the fixed term project “Education for Sustainability: Enhancing Student Knowledge and Employability”. The aim of the project is to develop an optional online course on Sustainability open to all LJMU students to increase understanding of sustainable development and enhance student employability. The project will produce an online Teaching & Learning platform on sustainability tailor-made to students’ programme of study. The project team consists of sustainability experts from the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology and is based within the Geography and Environmental Sciences Group. However, the project will be implemented in collaboration with other Schools and units (including Built Environment, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Education and Academic Quality Services, and Estate Management).

The successful candidate will demonstrate competencies in sustainable development/sustainability and an interest in the aims and outcomes of the project. You will possess a high level of communication skills, including the ability to interact with staff and students from different backgrounds, and demonstrate willingness to utilise technology and virtual learning environments. Experience or awareness of module design, curriculum development and the development of teaching, learning and assessment strategies would be an advantage.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Celine Germond-Duret C.V.GermondDuret@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:20/05/2015
Ref No:1090

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Research Officer (0.4fte) - 12 months fixed term

 

 

Research Officer (Curriculum Enhancement Project) – (0.4fte)                                12 months fixed term

£25,513 - £30,433  per annum pro rata

The School of Education, Leisure and Sports Studies within the Faculty of Education, Health and Community is seeking to appoint a part-time Research Officer on a fixed term basis for 12 months to support the research and development of an online game – a kind of digital scavenger hunt -- in which students compete to explore physical learning spaces, and locate learning resources. The aim is to help students transition to HE learning by familiarising them with the learning spaces available at LJMU’s I.M. Marsh campus, while encouraging them to acquire information literacy skills.

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Admin, Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:30/04/2015
Ref No:1051

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Law (0.5fte)

 

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Law (0.5fte)

£38,511 - £47,328 pro rata

Working in the School of Law you will be a qualified solicitor with a demonstrable interest in professional legal education. You will be expected to teach on one of the compulsory subjects on the LPC as well as one of the electives and be able to contribute to the teaching of the skills and pervasives. The ability to teach Business Law and Practice, including Taxation and Business Accounts, Legal Skills and an Elective subject is essential.

Informal enquiries can be made to Anita Ellis, Professional Legal Programmes Leader on 0151 231 3936, email A.Ellis@ljmu.ac.uk or Fiona Fargher, LPC Programme Leader on 0151 231 3930, email F.L.Fargher@ljmu.ac.uk .

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:12/05/2015
Ref No:1075

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences

 

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences

£38,511 - £47,328

Based in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, this post will involve the full range of duties in teaching and curriculum development, research and enterprise activities, and administrative responsibilities. The appointment will strengthen existing research in Statistics and Machine Learning, which currently spans theoretical methodology and applications to clinical medicine, public health, sports analytics and big data in retail.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Paulo Lisboa 0151-231-2225 or by e-mail at p.j.lisboa@ljmu.ac.uk

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:12/05/2015
Ref No:1078

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Property Law (0.5fte)

 

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Property Law (0.5fte)

£38,511 - £47,328 pro rata

Working in the School of Law, you will be expected to teach on the LLB Undergraduate programmes, the GDL and LLM postgraduate programmes. You will also contribute to the School’s research profile or professional engagement agenda, and academic administration. The ability to teach core Property Law modules (Land Law and Equity and Trusts) as well as contributing to Property Law options, is essential.

Informal enquiries may be made to David Selfe, Director Law School on 0151 231 3974 or email d.w.selfe@ljmu.ac.uk or Dr. David Lowe, LLB Programme Leader on 0151 231 3918, or email D.Lowe@ljmu.ac.uk.

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:12/05/2015
Ref No:1054

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RIBA North Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Architecture (0.6fte)

 

 

RIBA North Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Architecture (0.6fte)

£38,511 - £47,328 pro rata

This post will enhance and consolidate practice-led research in Art and Design between Liverpool School of Art and Design and RIBA North. It supposes a unique opportunity for an exceptional individual to develop innovative and productive teaching and research activity by exploiting the synergies between academia, RIBA North and creative architectural industries.

The successful applicant will be based between LJMU and RIBA North; the proportion of time spent in either organisation will vary depending on seasonal pressures but will roughly be 50/50. In addition to the duties undertaken at each institution you will facilitate dialogue and collaboration between the other institutions holding cognate posts (Tate Liverpool, Biennial and FACT) and with the cultural sector more broadly.

Within LJMU duties will comprise research and teaching in relevant subject areas at Liverpool School of Art and Design and you will report to the Architecture Programme Leader. Research in the school exists at the forefront of staff and students’ creative practice. Art and design research has focused on contemporary issues and ideas in international art and design practice, curatorial practice and related histories and theories through exhibitions and publications, conferences, events and fellowships.

At RIBA North you will develop practice-led research activity relevant to RIBA North, including the exploration of the value of architecture in cities and contribute to the commissioning and knowledge production within RIBA North. You will work with the Artistic Director of RIBA North to develop a public platform for the presentation of architectural design research to ensure that the research underpins the thinking and development of RIBA North.

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:12/05/2015
Ref No:1055

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing

 

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing

£38,511 - £47,328

The School of Humanities and Social Science within the Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Sciences is seeking to appoint a dynamic individual with a proven track record in teaching and research excellence to contribute to our expanding Policing portfolio. We are committed to improving the employability of our graduates and seek to appoint an individual who can further enhance our work in this area.

Applicants should have a Masters qualification in Policing / Criminology or a cognate area coupled with an appropriate level of teaching experience at degree level and a commitment to teaching excellence. Applicants should also be registered for a PhD. Applicants should have a strong research profile in the area of trafficking and international / transnational policing that is commensurate with their stage of career, and a commitment to developing both their own research and the activities of the Policing area more generally.

An ability to teach in trafficking and international / transnational policing and one or more of the following areas is essential; policing; criminal justice policy and practice; criminological theory; and research methods.

Informal enquires may be made to the Director of School – Dr Joe Yates J.Yates1@ljmu.ac.uk

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:26/04/2015
Ref No:1076

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National Schools' Observatory Development and Marketing Officer (mat cover)

 

 

National Schools’ Observatory (NSO) Development and Marketing Officer

Maternity Cover, Temporary for Up to one year

£25,513 - £30,433

The National Schools’ Observatory (NSO) is a major educational website, established by Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) to provide UK schools with access to a professional robotic telescope primarily designed for scientific research, called the Liverpool Telescope.

The NSO aims to attract, inspire and enthuse children about science and technology through the medium of astronomy.

The successful candidate will assist in the development and testing of the new website including adding educational content.  You will also assume the marketing role within the NSO promoting the resource to UK and Irish schools.  Duties will also include participating in departmental outreach activities, and liaising with local schools .

The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in astronomy education and be educated to a good ‘A’ level standard in a STEM subject.

We will be looking for a proven ability to communicate scientific principles and concepts to school children using a wide range of resources.  This will require you to have a working knowledge of web development tools such as HTML, PHP, CSS, etc.  We would also like to see evidence that applicants have previously participated in successful marketing activities, including designing materials using appropriate software.

There will a requirement to travel within the UK and possibly internationally to represent the NSO and more widely the Astrophysics Research Institute and LJMU.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Stacey Habergham, NSO Project Manager on 0151 231 2905 or by email s.m.habergham@ljmu.ac.uk

It is anticipated interviews will take place week commencing 11 May 2015.

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:27/04/2015
Ref No:1048

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