|£38,205 to £54,395 per annum
|22nd November 2023
|14th January 2024
Location: Waterside Campus
About the job
Interview date to be confirmed
This is a full time (1.0FTE - 37 hours per week), permanent post for a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, although candidates wishing to work part-time will also be considered.
The post will require you to undertake teaching, assessment and related activities in the area of Psychology, with essential teaching provision, dissertation supervision and module leadership duties on our BPS accredited Psychology undergraduate awards and professional postgraduate courses, including our new BSc Forensic Psychology programme. The successful applicant will be expected to engage in research and other interdisciplinary scholarly activities to enhance the impact and profile of the Faculty's outputs. If the successful applicant is appointed as a Senior Lecturer, there may also be opportunities to take on programme leadership and other leadership roles within the team.
We want you to be able to carry out your work in a way that best supports UON and our students, but also you as an individual. We understand this may vary between different areas of the university as well as from one person to another. With Smarter Working you can work with increased flexibility, if you would like to, which can facilitate greater freedom and autonomy.
You will have an educational background in Psychology or a closely related discipline, with particular expertise in Forensic Psychology. A thorough working knowledge of quantitative and/or qualitative research methods is essential. Previous experience of teaching in Further/Higher Education is a distinct advantage, as is evidence of high quality doctoral supervision. You will ideally be Chartered and have experience of curriculum design and an established track record in research.
A dedication to providing a personalised and supportive student learning experience is essential to the post. You will have well developed written and verbal communication, time management and organisational skills and an effective approach to completing tasks. Good IT skills, including competence in using visual learning environments and remote teaching platforms is essential.
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.
We welcome applications from underrepresented groups.
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