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Sociology, Social Policy and CriminologyPart of Economic, Social and Political Science

Job opportunity - two lectureships in Sociology

Published: 4 September 2008

We welcome applications from candidates with interests in any area of Sociology or Social Policy; preference may be given to sociologists with research interests in the areas of population change, third-sector research, the sociology of health and illness, the development of new research methodologies, or the future of work.

You will have a PhD in Sociology or a related Social Science discipline, the ability to contribute to team-taught courses as well as offering teaching related to your own specialisms and possess relevant research experience.

Salary: £28,290 - £31,846 pa (pay award pending)

Job reference:2678-08-L

Important dates
Starting date - the posts are tenable from 1 December 2008 and you should be able to take up your position as soon as possible after that date
Interviews - it is anticipated that interviews will take place during the week beginning 10 November 2008
Closing date - 10 October 2008

Sociology and social policy at Southampton
The research interests and relevant publications of current members of the Division of Sociology and Social Policy, including further information on all aspects of the Division, can at www.southampton.ac.uk/sociology

More general information on the University can be found at www.southampton.ac.uk

Further information

Informal enquiries should be addressed to the Head of Division, Professor Bernard Harris, by email bjh2@soton.ac.uk

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