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Senior Lecturer (Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme)

University of Hertfordshire - School of Life and Medical Sciences

Location: Hatfield
Salary: £42,155 to £53,353 per annum (pro rata for part-time) dependent on skills and experience. UH8
Hours: Full Time, Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 5th August 2022
Closes: 21st August 2022
Job Ref: 042975

SBU/Department: School of Life and Medical Sciences, Psychology, Sport and Geography 

FTE: Several posts available between 0.5 FTE and 1 FTE (18.5 hours to 37 hours per week)

Salary: UH8 £42,155 to £53,353 per annum (pro rata for part-time) dependent on skills and experience

Location: College Lane campus, Hatfield

As part of the ongoing significant expansion in clinical psychology training places in the region, we are seeking to appoint Clinical Psychologists to join our Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme and contribute specialist knowledge relevant to clinical teaching and research in an area or areas that complements the current teaching and research interests of the DClinPsy Team. Applicants new to teaching in Higher Education will be supported with achieving Fellowship of AdvanceHE and gaining recognised teaching qualifications.

We have posts ranging from 0.5 FTE through to full time and most posts would be expected to commence late summer, though there is some immediate availability. Although the postholder will work across all aspects of the programme, making the role very varied, each post will have a primary affiliation with either the clinical, research or academic strand of the programme, according to interests, skills and programme needs.

The role will include supporting students academically and pastorally via the trainee tutorial system and the monitoring and evaluation of trainee performance on placement. It will also include contribution to the organisation and delivery of the academic curriculum, including module organising, teaching, facilitation of problem-based learning small groups and the evaluation of DClinPsy trainees' coursework.

There will be the opportunity to supervise trainee research with mentoring support available, and to join a research stream which fits with interests and experience. Dependent on which strand of the programme the post holder is located there may also be the opportunity to offer supervision to support clinical placements and take on key roles in the clinical, research, academic and selection strands of the programme.

You will have a developing record of achievement in clinical psychology, and excellent team working skills. You will also have a strong commitment to, and some experience in, delivering clinical services, leadership, supervision and doing clinical research. You will be able to plan and manage your own activities effectively and have good oral and written communication skills in both spoken and written English. 

Please view the Job Description and Person Specification for a full list of the duties and essential criteria.

In addition to your honours degree (or equivalent level qualification) in a relevant subject and post-graduate level training in clinical psychology, you will have HCPC registration and be eligible for BPS Chartered status. We would also welcome applicants with systemic or CBT accreditation.

Informal enquiries to Dr Emma Karwatzki, Clinical Lead at e.karwatzki@herts.ac.uk or Dr Lizette Nolte, Research Lead at l.nolte@herts.ac.uk

Closing Date: 21 August 2022

Interview date: To be confirmed

Apply online at https://www.jobs.herts.ac.uk/go/042975

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