|Salary:||£46,042 to £60,022 depending on qualifications and experience (grade G)|
|Placed On:||4th October 2021|
|Closes:||21st October 2021|
The starting salary will be on Pay Grade G from £46,042 to £60,022 depending on qualifications and experience. The post attracts a Market Supplement based on NHS AfC band 8b
Generous holiday allowances, flexible working, pension scheme and relocation package (if applicable).
The College wishes to recruit a part-time (0.2 fte) Selection and Recruitment Lead for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology to support the Academic Director. The post is available from 10th November 2021 on a fixed term contract until 31st July 2023.
About the role
The main role of the successful candidate will be to lead on selection process for both commissioned and international applicants. This will involve working closing with the Academic Director to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of the selection process, that is aligned with the HCPC and BPS accreditation criteria. It will involve co-ordinating the selection process through working closely with colleagues, members of the Lived Experience Group and networking with local practitioners and national Group of Trainers in Clinical Psychology. You will also be involved in chairing meetings, delivering training to relevant parties, audit, contributing to reporting on relevant KPIs for the programme, and developing contextual admissions and inclusive pathways to widen participation in DClin training for underrepresented groups.
The successful applicant will possess a post graduate doctorate in Clinical Psychology (or its equivalent for those who trained prior to 1996 or those in lateral transfer) as accredited by the BPS and giving eligibility for Chartered Clinical Psychology registration. They will also be HCPC registered.
The applicant will also be able to demonstrate evidence of continuous professional development as recommended by the BPS and HCPC. In addition the successful candidate will have experience of working in an HE environment.
The Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme is the founding programme within our suit of over 30 postgraduate clinical training programmes. Exeter has been training clinical psychologists for over 40 years, and the course has strong links with local NHS Trusts and third sector services. The Streatham Campus, the University’s largest site in Exeter, is built around a country estate overlook the city and is readily acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in the country. All teaching buildings, together with the sports park, the library, the shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are within walking distance of each other. All this set in the heart of stunning Devon, which was voted in as having the best quality of life of anywhere in England and Wales by the Guardian in 2019.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity at Exeter
With over 27,000 students and 6,400 staff from 180 different countries we offer a diverse and engaging environment in which to work. We are an equal opportunity employer, a Disability Confident employer and an Athena Swan accredited institution. Since 2019, the university has also signed an Armed Forces Covenant, demonstrating the University’s commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.
Interviews are currently scheduled for the 1st of November 2021
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