|Salary:||£36,386 to £51,805 pro rata per annum; market supplement may be applicable; Grade 7/8|
|Placed On:||17th February 2023|
|Closes:||17th April 2023|
We are recruiting to a course tutor position to support expansion in commissioned training numbers on the DClinPsych programme.
You will primarily be involved in the teaching aspect of the programme and plays a crucial role in planning and supporting the delivery of our curriculum across the three years of the programme, including curriculum planning, timetabling, and monitoring quality of delivery. You will be a year group tutor for one of the three years of the programme.
Contribution to other aspects of programme delivery will also include teaching, assessment, marking, and research supervision. There may also be opportunities to contribute to teaching and research within the broader school.
A proportion of the role can be undertaken through home working, and regular team meetings are held remotely. However, teaching sessions are generally in-person and there is a requirement to attend in-person meetings, and events, such as selection.
The Plymouth Clinical Psychology programme has been providing high-quality clinical psychology training in the South West for the past 40 years and was the first programme to adopt a doctoral training model. The programme is committed to values-based practice; working with compassion, courage and creativity, in partnership with service users and communities to promote social inclusion, diversity, equality and health for all. The programme has longstanding strengths in systemic approaches and is currently working towards BABCP accreditation in CBT, we also have a flourishing programme of community psychology placements.
The programme benefits from being part of the School of Psychology within a large Faculty of Health which also provides medical, dental, general, and mental health nursing, social work, and seven different allied health professions training. The University recently created a centre to facilitate interprofessional learning across the Faculty.
Not only is this a great job, in a great organisation, but it is also in a beautiful location, with excellent opportunities for outdoor pursuits such as cycling, climbing, hiking and kayaking as well as sailing, surfing diving and other marine activities.
Previous experience of clinical psychology training is desirable but certainly not necessary, applications from recently qualified psychologists are also welcome.
There is an essential requirement within this role that you will be required to travel to and work at different University sites and/or other business locations that may not be easily accessible by public transport. Please refer to the job description for further information.
Please demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the knowledge, qualifications, training and experience elements of the job description in your supporting statement.
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role, please email the Programme Director, David Murphy (email@example.com), or the Joint Academic Directors, Sarah Baldrey (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Catherine Collin (Catherine.Collin@plymouth.ac.uk).
This role will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check plus Adult and Children Barred List checks.
Closing Date: 12 Midnight, Monday 17th April 2023
Interviews are likely to take place on Friday 28th April 2023 and you will be notified if you have been shortlisted or not.
This is a part-time, permanent position, working 14.8 hours a week.
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