Lecturer x 3

University of East London - School of Psychology

At UEL, we pride ourselves on the real-world relevance of our courses and research and the impact we are making in our east London community and the wider world. We are an open and inclusive university that is focused on transforming the lives of our students. Our corporate plan sets out an ambitious agenda for our future success which focuses on the delivery of high-quality teaching and learning and excellence in research. UEL has almost doubled its output of world-leading research in recent years and 94 per cent of the research UEL submitted to the Research Excellence Framework 2014 was deemed to be of an at least internationally-recognised level. In the last two years, we’ve risen 79 places in the National Student Survey league table, and we achieved our highest ever student satisfaction score in 2017. 

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/.

Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are offered on campus, via distance learning and through international partnerships. You will help shape the future of the School and be involved in developing the postgraduate portfolio, deliver doctoral supervision, and support student learning in a designated area within the discipline.    

We welcome applicants from all areas of psychology or a closely allied cognate discipline that complements or extends the reach of the School (http://www.uel.ac.uk/psychology/research/researchclusters/). Successful applicants will have experience of teaching and supervising both quantitative and qualitative research methods at undergraduate and master’s levels.

Applicants should have an exciting record of research and will be on an upward trajectory. You will have a first degree and a PhD (completed or near completion) in any relevant area in Psychology and have experience of teaching within an HE setting. Experience of using e-learning technology is highly desirable.

To obtain further details about these vacancies please visit our website at http://jobs.uel.ac.uk   

(reference number: 032A2017). If you wish to have an informal conversation about the post you are welcome to contact the Head of Department Dr. Sharon Cahill on 020 8223 4574 or email s.cahill@uel.ac.uk. The closing date for applications is 24th September 2017. Interviews will be held week commencing 16th October 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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