|Salary:||£47,423 to £63,736 per annum|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||20th April 2023|
Salary for Lecturer: Grade H3 from: £43,253 to £46,922 per annum inclusive of London Weighting with potential to progress to £55,349 per annum inclusive of London Weighting. (Pro Rata as Part-Time)
Salary for Senior Lecturer: Grade H5 from: £60,231 to £63,736 per annum inclusive of London Weighting with potential to progress to £65,567 per annum inclusive of London Weighting. (Pro Rata as Part-Time)
Hours: Part-time (0.5 FTE)
Contract Type: Permanent
Brunel University London was established in 1966 and is a leading multidisciplinary research-intensive technology university delivering economic, social and cultural benefits.
For more information please visit: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/our-history/home
The Department of Life Sciences undertakes high quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and scientific research across the disciplines of Biosciences; Environmental Sciences; Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences; and Psychology. With over 120 academics based on a pleasant campus, we are a highly committed and forward-thinking academic community, proud of our world-leading research, our diversity and the student experience we provide.
The Division of Psychology (https://www.brunel.ac.uk/psychology) delivers a portfolio of successful and popular degree programmes including a BSc Psychology, BSc Psychology (Sport, Health & Exercise), MSc Psychological Sciences (Conversion), MSc Cognitive & Clinical Neuroscience and MSc Psychology, Culture & Evolution. An exciting opportunity has arisen to recruit a highly motivated academic to build our research strength and teaching capacity in areas related to clinical psychology, health psychology, or applied aspects of psychology in clinical/health contexts more broadly. We are particularly interested in candidates who would be able to help us build and deliver new postgraduate programmes (e.g. MSc/PGDip) in clinical areas, for example HCPC registered Practitioner Psychologists. As a part-time post it is suitable for candidates seeking to combine practitioner and academic roles.
It is expected that the successful candidate will build their research programme, in areas related to clinical/applied psychology, within one of our interdisciplinary Research Centres. These include the Centre for Cognitive & Clinical Neuroscience (https://www.brunel.ac.uk/research/Centres/Cognitive-Neuroscience) and the Centre for Culture & Evolution (https://www.brunel.ac.uk/research/Centres/Culture-and-Evolution).The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant discipline or equivalent doctorate (e.g. DClinPsy, DForenPsy), appropriate teaching experience in higher education, and an emerging research profile with publications suitable for submission to the next Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise. Brunel has a strong track-record of securing research funding from EU and other international sources. Regardless of the long-term future for UK participation in Horizon Europe, Brunel will continue to ensure that staff have access to non-EU research funding, and we will continue to support our many bilateral collaborations within the EU and will remain an active member of YERUN.
We offer a generous annual leave package plus discretionary University closure days, excellent training and development opportunities as well as a great occupational pension scheme and a range of health-related support. The University is committed to a hybrid working approach.
Closing date for applications: Thursday, 20 April 2023 (midnight)
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Brunel University London is fully committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive workforce culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under- represented in our workforce.
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