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1 Applicants must ensure they can meet the university's criteria for the award of a Professorship. Along with a completed application form, which demonstrates how you meet the criteria shown on the person specification, please also send a covering letter demonstrating how you satisfy the professorial criteria, an up to date CV and details of four referees who are at professorial level, of which 3 must be external to UCLan. Job Description Job Title: Department: Grade: Responsible to: Responsible for: Job Purpose: Professor of Policing and Criminal Investigation School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences Management Contract Dean of School Direction of UCLan Policing Research Staff in conjunction with the Academic Lead (Policing) To undertake internationally recognised research or equivalent level knowledge transfer/consultancy activity, and to provide academic leadership for the School programme in Policing and Criminal Investigation and to develop research and scientific support activity work with colleagues and professional bodies to develop and promote research across the School and the wider University through the emerging Centre of Excellence in Policing Main Duties and Responsibilities: To provide leadership to academic research programmes in respect of policing and criminal investigation with the School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences. To conduct research/publication in Policing and Criminal Investigation and associated disciplines that achieves international recognition or show an equivalent level of knowledge transfer/consultancy activity. To make a significant leadership contribution to the development of a stronger research, knowledge transfers and scholarship culture amongst staff within the Forensic and Investigative Sciences team. To seek and obtain external funding for personal and team research. To make an appropriate teaching and supervisory contribution to the academic work of the Forensic and Investigative Sciences Team, in particular the UCLan Policing Research Team. To represent the University Policing and Criminal Investigative Research programme externally and within the wider academic community and within the University To take an appropriate leadership role in the development of, and continuing contribution to, a UCLan Excellence in Policing Centre To engage in other appropriate duties, as determined by the Dean of School

2 Person Specification Job Title: Professor of Policing and Criminal Investigation Department: School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences Grade: Management Contract Compiled by: David Mallaby, Academic Lead Policing Date: 29 th December 2014 Work Experience Attributes Essential Desirable Measured By A strong record of successful academic leadership in the field of policing and investigation including programme and curriculum development appropriate to previous roles. Experience of research management and administration in a university department or similar educational or research unit. A successful research project and/or knowledge transfer grants applications Application form and interview A significant contribution by scholarship, research, consultancy, practice or performance in Policing and / or Investigation. A proven track record of successful supervisory experience of research students or taught postgraduate projects. A record of internationally recognised research outputs (including research informed design, prototypes, models, etc.) or equivalent knowledge transfer consultancy activity Substantial experience of teaching / mentoring or guidance at undergraduate level and postgraduate level. Recognition in professional setting by professional peers at national and international levels.

3 Education/Qualifications A PhD (or equivalent) in a related discipline. Full membership of relevant accredited bodies in the area of policing and / or investigation (as appropriate and if applicable). Active member of a relevant Professional Body or Learned Society Application form Skills/Abilities Excellent communication skills. Excellent research skills demonstrable by a publication record that is recognised internationally or extensive history of consultancy / knowledge transfer within the discipline. A thorough knowledge of Policing in England and Wales and relationships to academic sectors. Information Technology skills appropriate to the coordination and delivery of research and teaching. Application form and interview Personal Details Ability to provide leadership and empowerment to colleagues Application form and interview Ability to achieve high quality outcomes within specified deadlines Flexible and entrepreneurial approach Commitment to the University s Mission Statement Willingness to undertake duties abroad to support School s franchise courses.

4 AWARD OF THE TITLES OF PROFESSOR AND READER This document sets out the criteria and procedures under which the following academic titles may be awarded by the Vice-Chancellor to University staff (plus Health Service staff involved in the work of the University) on the recommendation of the Chair of Professorial & Readership Committee: Professor Reader 1. Criteria for title of Professor The title of Professor may be awarded to staff at the University (plus Health Service staff involved in the work of the University) who are outstanding in at least one of the following criteria and have a high level of achievement in at least two others: Contribution by scholarship, research, consultancy, practice, clinical practice, innovation or performance to the furtherance of his/her subject and/or its application to society which would be expected to be international in its scope. Record and reputation as a communicator of knowledge through contributions as a teacher to curriculum and course development or equivalent. Recognition in his/her profession amongst professional peers which is likely to be international. Academic/intellectual leadership through the development, analysis and/or application of knowledge. The criteria listed above encompass the widest interpretation of "scholarship" as well as teaching and curriculum development. Under "academic/intellectual leadership" it is expected that it can be demonstrated that the candidate has succeeded by his/her leadership in developing an academic or other intellectual community greater in its impact than might be expected from the simple sum of its parts. Also, the University s Professorial structure encompasses three distinct levels as outlined in Appendix 1. It is expected that the majority of Professorial appointments via application to the Professorial and Readership Committee will be at level one (see section 4.1). 1.1 Emeritus Professorships The above title may be awarded by the Vice-Chancellor to Professors leaving the institution through retirement, including early retirement. 2. Criteria for title of Reader The title of Reader may be awarded to staff at the University (plus Health Service staff involved in the work of the University) for significant contributions arising from scholarship, research or research-related activities. This will be expected to include all of the following: Original contributions to knowledge, practice or performance. Development through research activities of the University's curriculum, courses and learning environment. Publications in international journals, books or pamphlets, public performance of works, public exhibition of work. Development of a national or international reputation for excellence as judged by peers in his/her subject area. This may include success in securing significant external funding, assessed in terms of the volume or prestige of such awards in the context of the discipline. In considering the extent to which an applicant meets the above criteria, the Professorial and Readership Committee will, as appropriate, take into account evidence relating to discoveries, inventions and the

5 application of knowledge; supervision of research students; invited papers, and research management. In all cases, the Committee will pay particular attention to the norms and practices of the relevant academic area. For example securing external funding will not always be the main indicator of success for some discipline areas. 3. Eligibility All staff of the University are eligible to apply for the award of the title of Reader or Professor. They should be able to evidence how they have had an appropriate impact on the University s academic environment whilst at UCLan in addition to their impact on the wider academic community. The award of these titles is a mark of personal academic distinction. Staff awarded the professorial title will transfer to a Locally Determined contract. The award is unlikely to carry salary implications for those staff already on Locally Determined contracts. Senior Lecturers awarded the title of Reader will move onto the Principal Lecturer scale. 4. Awards procedures 4.1 Application to the Professorial and Readership Committee The membership of the Professorial and Readership Committee will consist of: Deputy Vice-Chancellor (SP&PM) (Chair) Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) University Director of Research Minimum of two University Professors nominated by the Academic Board HR Services Manager At least one external assessor as nominated by the Chair For each candidate, the Committee will consider a letter of application which describes clearly their reasons for applying for the title with specific reference to the above criteria; an up-to-date curriculum vitae with three named referees (preferably at professorial or an equivalent level) The Dean of the candidate s School (or an appropriate Senior Staff member if the candidate is not employed within a School) will be asked to attend the Committee to discuss the candidate's application. If the Committee decides that the candidate has not established a prima facie case that he/she meets the criteria above for the award of the title of Professor or Reader, it will determine that the application will not proceed and will notify the applicant of this decision. The Committee will also provide feedback as to why the application has been unsuccessful. If the Committee believes that a prima facie case has been made, it will seek reports from the candidate's named referees and at least one independent external assessor. If the prima facie case receives at least two statements of support, with at least one being independent of the applicant, the Chair will recommend to the Vice Chancellor that the Award is made. It is expected that the majority of Professorial appointments via this route will be at level one (see Appendix 1). If the prima facie case does not receive at least two statements of support, with at least one being independent of the applicant, the Chair will determine that the application will not proceed and will notify the applicant of this decision. The Committee will also provide feedback as to why the application has been unsuccessful. 4.2 Award of title on appointment When a University selection panel is to consider the award of the title of Professor or Reader, the panel will

6 include the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee or their nominee. The following must be considered. Candidates who have not already obtained the title applied for (of either a readership or professorship) at another institution of suitable standing will be asked follow the same procedure as outlined in 4.1. That is, the candidate will provide the names of three external referees (preferably at professorial or an equivalent level), a curriculum vitae and a letter of application supporting their case for the award under the criteria in 1 or 2 above. The Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee will also nominate at least one external assessor. At least two reports must be obtained for the award to be made, one of which must be independent of the applicant. Only in exceptional circumstances, and at the discretion of the Vice Chancellor, will one report be sufficient. Subsequently, the decision to recommend the award of the title to the Vice Chancellor will be taken by the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee based on recommendation from the appointment panel and the assessors reports. Candidates who have already obtained the title applied for (of either a readership or professorship) at another institution of suitable standing will normally have the decision to recommend the continuation and level of that award to the Vice Chancellor taken by the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee based on recommendation from the appointment panel. In exceptional cases, the procedures under 4.1 will be undertaken. 4.3 Decision by the Vice-Chancellor Following recommendation by the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee, the Vice Chancellor will make one of the following decisions: the title under consideration be awarded; the Committee be asked for more information before a decision is made; the title under consideration should not be awarded. The Vice Chancellor will notify the Chair of Professorial & Readership Committee of his/her decision. The Chair will notify the candidate of the outcome. 4.4 Designation of titles All individuals who are awarded the title of Reader or Professor may have a designated area associated with the title in the form of Reader in y or Professor of x. The university currently makes the award of Professor based on recognition of the individual s high level of achievement and standing in their discipline. As such professors may refer to themselves as holding a personal Chair in X. All designations will require the approval of the Vice-Chancellor or, under delegation, the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee. Candidates will be asked to propose a designation when the award is made. 4.5 Reporting of award of titles All awards and revocations of the titles of Professor and Reader will be reported by the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee to the Academic Board. 5. Retention of data By submitting an application to the Professorial and Readership Committee, the applicant agrees that the University of Central Lancashire may hold the information in his/her application, and any information obtained by the University which relates to the application, for the period of the applicant s employment with the University, and that the University may use all such information for the purposes of the applicant s present application and any future applications to the University which the applicant may make. If the applicant has made earlier applications to the University, he/she agrees that the University may hold and use any and all information which it has relating to such earlier applications for the purposes of the applicant s present and any

7 future applications. Revised: March 2012 Appendix 1 Professorial Structure and Review Process Introduction This paper outlines UCLan s Professorial structure including the provision of differing levels of pay reflecting such criteria as national and international reputation, REF results and contribution to School and University strategic and corporate objectives. The structure is intended to provide sufficient flexibility to ensure parity between all disciplines and allows for three grades to be identified. Level 1 This is the expected grade for the majority of professors within the University and hence the level appointed to by the Professorial and Readership Committee for internal promotions. It is also the norm for externally appointed Professors. Post holders would be able to evidence the criteria outlined in guidance for the award. These Professors would be expected to have an international reputation in their field and demonstrate academic leadership in their discipline through supervision of postdoctoral researchers, management of research teams, projects and contracts; sustained performance in research and scholarship, commensurate with REF 2*/3* quality. They will have shown significant influence on learning and teaching and will contribute to other organisations through consultancy, knowledge transfer and income generation above the median for the discipline. Level 2 There are some more established researchers working at a level significantly higher than that described above. Individuals will have a sustained record of internationally-recognised achievement in terms of shaping and influencing their particular disciplines; their expertise will be in demand from partners outside the University and/or they will be asked to fulfil major international roles within their field. In addition, they will also be expected to generate research income above the median for the discipline. This would be seen as commensurate with REF 3*/4* quality. Some Professors may progress from Level 1, their role and/or reputation having grown sufficiently to be recognised in this way. External appointments to this level will only be made where the Professor is already well established at another institution, or working at a comparable level outside academia and able to show equivalent levels of impact on their discipline Level 3 This level would only be achieved by a small number of individuals and it is expected that they would bring great prestige to the University through a sustained record of achievement at the highest international level. They would be recognised as within the top 5% for their field internationally; as world leaders or authorities whose work may be recognised by National Academies for example. They would also have membership of major international bodies; take a lead role in high-influence interdisciplinary collaborations with a wide range of academic, industrial or governmental partners and demonstrate a major contribution to their discipline. They will also be expected to generate research income within the top quartile for the discipline. Some Professors may progress from Level 2, or in exceptional circumstances may have been appointed directly to this level where the Professor has the appropriate status and external recognition Progression between Levels Progression between levels would be in conjunction with the University s appraisal process and reviewed annually taking into account performance across a three year period to ensure single dips and peaks do not unduly affect outcomes. It should not be expected that progression is the norm. Submissions will be made to the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee by the relevant Dean. Decisions will be made by the Chair with support from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Director of Research and a representative from Human Resources. In advance of this meeting, Deans of School should provide information to the Chair regarding the contribution made to School and University objectives by each Professor.

8 For progression between Levels 1 and 2, pro-forma documentation will be provided including clear evidence of their achievements in line with Level 2 criteria along with references from three external referees of international standing reflecting the applicant s contribution to, and influence upon their discipline over the three year period. Independent external, verification will also be sought. For progression between Levels 2 and 3, application will be as above with reference to Level 3 criteria. In addition, three external references must be presented from referees of commensurate external status and reputation. Submissions should be made by the end of November allowing for completion of the appraisal process and the review group should meet early December. References and assessors reports will be returned before the end of February. The Chair will make recommendations to the rest of the review group based on the references and successful applicants will receive the change in status and salary back-dated to the 1 st August of the year in which the award is made. Based on the recommendation for the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee, the Vice Chancellor will determine whether the Award should be made. Review The Professorial and Readership Committee will seek assurance regarding the on-going activity of award holders by use of a rolling three year review process. Deans will be required to provide evidence of sustained performance for those staff whose titles are under review. Decisions will be made by the Chair of Professorial and Readership Committee with support from the Deputy Vice- Chancellor (Academic), Director of Research and a representative from Human Resources. External assessment may be used where required. Confirmation of maintained title will be made by the Vice-Chancellor or their nominee and this information will be communicated to the PRC at the subsequent committee meeting. If at appraisal, or any other time, it is believed that there is evidence of poor performance the UCLan Incapability Procedure should be invoked. Details of this procedure can be found via the following link: Any performance development plan put in place may have input from the Director of Research. March 2012

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