Description: Person Specification Candidates should have a track record of high academic achievement, demonstrated by a good undergraduate degree with at least a second class (upper division) pass or equivalent; plus a good Masters-level degree with at least a pass with merit (or equivalent). Teaching experience will be an advantage but is not essential. Teaching assistants are supported in continuing professional development related to pedagogy.The main research clusters in the department are: Criminology; Media and Communications; Gender, Work and Class; Cultural and Creative Industries and Food Policy. We are, however, happy to consider applicants with a wide range of substantive interests. : Responsibilities The successful candidate will be required to support undergraduate data labs, mark assessments and do a share of module administration. The two introductory courses are 'Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics' and 'Producing Social Data'. All labs are currently taught in SPSS. Some prior experience with this package is essential. The candidate will be expected to pursue a PhD that includes analysis of quantitative data (this may form one part or the sole focus on the PhD proposal). Evidence of proficiency in quantitative methods (from prior study, research or work experience) is essential. Job Category: Academic (Education) Contract: Fixed Term