|Salary:||£46,974 to £56,021 (pro rata), with potential to progress to £63,029 per annum (pro rata), through sustained exceptional contribution. A pro rata market supplement is payable for individuals in appropriate professions.|
|Placed On:||15th September 2023|
|Closes:||15th October 2023|
We are seeking a part-time (0.4FTE) University Teacher to join our team, to deliver on the NHS England course in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Eating Disorders. This is part of an NHS IAPT programme development, where two national bases (Sheffield and London) are training clinicians across England. The course will include training in CBT for anxiety, depression, and complex cases, as part of the underpinning skills base for clinicians. Therefore, we are seeking teachers who can deliver a syllabus based on competences and metacompetences in CBT for anxiety, depression, and complexity and/or CBT for eating disorders. Applicants with a background in IAPT or eating disorders will therefore be suitable.
The successful candidates will have demonstrable clinical skills in clinical work and teaching, particularly in eating disorders and/or anxiety, depression, and complexity. They will show the greatest potential to teach, supervise, tutor, and participate in appropriate administrative roles within the Clinical and Applied Psychology Unit, adding to the breadth and depth of teaching skills and scholarship within the team. Candidates should demonstrate experience of effective teaching.
Further information about the Department and about the team is available on our website at http://www.shef.ac.uk/psychology/.
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