Unit: Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS)
Salary: £33,199–£37,345 (pro rata if part-time)
Location: Milton Keynes
Temporary contract for 24 months working full-time (37 hours per week), or as a part-time temporary contract, working 29.6 hours per week, until 30 April 2021
Closing Date: 05 October 2018, 12:00
You will work as part of an interdisciplinary team conducting research as part of the EPSRC funded ‘Citizen Forensics’ project. The project will develop a socio-technical system aimed at promoting collaboration between citizens and the police through the exchange of data gathered using a variety of digital technologies and will support the investigation of crimes and enhance public safety.
You will hold a PhD in Psychology (or cognate discipline) and have existing research expertise in forensic, cognitive and/or social psychology that is relevant to the work described above, but do not need to have worked directly in forensic or policing arenas. Instead you will need a good working knowledge of relevant psychological theory and research and proficiency in quantitative research methods and analyses (experience of using qualitative methods is also desirable).
Closing date: 12:00 noon on 05 October 2018
Interview date: Interviews are planned to place early November 2018 at Walton Hall, Milton Keynes but this date may change if operationally required.
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