Lecturer in Counselling Psychology
University of East London - School of Psychology
|Salary:||£38,455 to £42,823 p.a. incl. LW pro rata|
|Placed on:||25th November 2016|
|Closes:||3rd January 2017|
UEL’s ambition is to become London’s leading university for civic engagement. We are a vibrant and diverse university located in the heart of east London. Our new corporate plan sets an ambitious agenda for our future success and growth which focusses on the delivery of high quality teaching and learning and excellence in research.
The UEL student body is rich in its diversity; students are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and age-groups, with a high proportion from low income groups. We look for outstanding teachers, who exude a love of teaching, who inspire students and colleagues through their approach to teaching, and who are strongly committed to raising levels of student achievement.
We are now investing in our future by recruiting to a significant number of newly created academic positions as part of our commitment to both delivering excellent teaching and developing early career researchers to contribute to the 2020 Research Excellence Framework.
Our School of Psychology is one of the largest in the UK and has an excellent record in undergraduate and postgraduate professional training. This is complimented by a strong research profile; in REF 2014 the School of Psychology at UEL was one of only four submissions to secure 100% 4* rating for research impact. We are a School that drives innovation and excellence in programme development and student experience. We are committed to the expansion and diversification of all aspects of our activities. To find out more, visit our research group website at: http://www.uel.ac.uk/psychology/research/.
Our well established Professional Doctorate Counselling Psychology is characterized by its long tradition and reputation in high quality professional training. This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant contribution to teaching Psychodynamic Therapy and CBT on the Counselling Psychology Programme as well as supervise students’ research and provide clinical supervision and placement support to trainees.
You will have a first degree in psychology and relevant postgraduate training. You should also have substantial post-qualification experience and a background in working in clinical settings such as the NHS as a Counselling Psychologist and will be able to teach CBT and/or Psychodynamic concepts with adults, children and young people.
To obtain further details about this vacancy please visit our website at http://jobs.uel.ac.uk
Interviews will be held week commencing 16th January 2017.
CVs without completed application forms will not be accepted.
We are working actively to improve the diversity of our staff.
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