Candidates should have a class I or IIa Honours (or equivalent postgraduate qualification) in Criminology or in a relevant social science such as Sociology or Political Science or a behavioral science (e.g. Psychology). The successful applicant must have knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research designs and methods, high levels of computer proficiency, including some competency in data analysis programs, and excellent written communication including report writing skills. The successful applicant must have the ability to work under pressure, exercise initiative and judgment, establish priorities to meet deadlines and be able to work independently. Experience with working with victims of crime or other vulnerable groups and evidence of an emerging publication profile is also desirable.
Scholarship Deadline: 2 Nov 2011
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