|Salary:||£35,326 to £50,296 per annum|
|Placed On:||6th June 2022|
|Closes:||29th June 2022|
Location: Waterside Campus
Documents: Job Description.pdf (PDF, 191.78kb)
About the job
Interview dates: 12-14 July 2022
This is a full time, permanent post for a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, although candidates wishing to work part-time will also be considered. The post will require you to undertake teaching, assessment and related activities in the area of Psychology, with essential teaching provision, dissertation supervision and module leadership duties on our BPS accredited Psychology undergraduate awards and professional postgraduate courses, including our new BSc Forensic Psychology programme. The successful applicant will be expected to engage in research and other interdisciplinary scholarly activities to enhance the impact and profile of the Faculty's outputs. If the successful applicant is appointed as a Senior Lecturer, there may also be opportunities to take on programme leadership and other leadership roles within the team.
You will have an educational background in Psychology or a closely related discipline, with particular expertise in Forensic Psychology. A thorough working knowledge of quantitative and/or qualitative research methods is essential. Previous experience of teaching in Further/Higher Education is a distinct advantage, as is evidence of high quality doctoral supervision. You will ideally be Chartered and have experience of curriculum design and an established track record in research.
A dedication to providing a personalised and supportive student learning experience is essential to the role. You will have well developed written and verbal communication, time management and organisational skills and an effective approach to completing tasks. Good IT skills, including competence in using virtual learning environments and remote teaching platforms is essential.
Faculty of Health, Education and Society
The Psychology and Sociology Subject Area at the University of Northampton is a large, collegiate and supportive department with a culture of student focused teaching and high impact research. We deliver an extensive portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate awards and are in a period of growth. Our current portfolio consists of a suite of BPS accredited undergraduate and postgraduate conversion Psychology programmes, while our strengths at postgraduate level lie in the areas of Counselling, Children and Young People and Child and Adolescent Mental Health. We also deliver various programmes on Health Education England’s Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiative, as part of the Midlands IAPT Collaborative.
Right to Work
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.
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