|Salary:||From £42,454 per annum inclusive of London Weighting|
|Placed On:||9th February 2023|
|Closes:||8th March 2023|
Post Type: Full Time, Permanent
Closing Date: Wednesday 08 March 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych) programme at the University of East London (UEL) is expanding and we are looking for a Research Tutor to join the enthusiastic and committed programme team.
As a Research Tutor you will support the Research Director with the delivery, development and monitoring of the research component of the Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and contribute to the academic, professional, and administrative activities within the programme and of the School of Psychology.
You will have a PhD in Psychology or a related discipline, as well as experience of: teaching, assessing and research supervision at postgraduate level; and conducting research in the areas of health and healthcare. You will have strong expertise in either qualitative or quantitative research methods and methodologies and be familiar with ethical issues that are relevant to conducting research involving human participants, particularly in the areas of health and social care.
Our well-established programme is characterised by understanding psychological problems in a social and cultural context and facilitating the ability to critically reflect on our activities as professionals.
The University of East London is one of the most diverse and vibrant universities in the global capital. Our pioneering and forward-thinking vision is making a positive and significant impact to the communities we serve, inspiring both our staff and students to reach their full potential. Born in 1898 to serve the skill needs of the second industrial revolution, the University of East London commenced year four of its transformational 10-year Vision 2028 strategic plan led by our Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Amanda Broderick, to advance Industry 4.0 careers-first education. We have a clear route-map to provide a springboard for the jobs and opportunities of the future; drive diversity in the 4.0 talent pipeline - working in partnership to promote talent wherever it is found; and to create an inclusive and sustainable, green future.
The School of Psychology is one of the largest in the UK and has a long-standing leading position in the provision of undergraduate and postgraduate professional training spanning from traditional specialisms to new and pioneering pathways into psychological practice.
This is complemented by a strong research profile, commitment to research informed teaching and to promoting a culture of scholarly activities across the academic year. We are a school that drives innovation and excellence in programme development and student experience.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor David Harper (Programme Director: Academic) email@example.com or Dr Trishna Patel (Research Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
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CVs without a completed application form will not be accepted.
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