|£27,351 to £40,114 per annum, depending on level of appointment
|11th December 2023
|22nd January 2024
The Clinical Psychology Team are a welcoming, innovative, and cohesive group with a wide variety of clinical and research interests. The team sits within the School of Psychology, which has an outstanding reputation for applied psychology training and research. This, alongside the investment in the facilities and strong growth agenda, means that you will be joining a vibrant team with an active research culture where you can contribute and impact the profession. Further information about the School of Psychology can be found at: www.surrey.ac.uk/clinical-psychology.
About the role
We are looking to appoint an Academic Director for the Clinical Psychology programme. This is an exciting opportunity available for a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist or someone who has research and teaching interests and experiences aligned to clinical psychology and is keen to contribute to the development of the Clinical Psychology Training Programme at the University of Surrey, contributing to the leadership team and further developing a contemporary curriculum.
The Surrey PsychD Programme has seen an increase in training places over the past few years, meaning this post provides a unique opportunity to join at a time of growth and innovation.
The post is largely teaching-focused and will provide a significant contribution to developing the strategic direction of the programme. Up to 10% of the time will be dedicated to pedagogical research/research co-supervision for PsychD students.
You will be expected to contribute to partnership working with our Servicers User and Carer advisory groups, and our health and social care partners. There will be opportunities to undertake the evaluation of clinical competencies and day-to-day administrative tasks of the programme.
We welcome applications from Psychologists with expertise across a variety of clinical or research settings, to contribute broadly to the programme. Areas of interest may include, but are not limited to, Neuropsychology, Older Adults, Learning Disabilities, Health Psychology and Community Psychology and we seek to appoint Psychologists who strive to address social justice, inequalities and under-served communities.
In addition, all post holders must:
The role includes access to a variety of personal development opportunities including regular seminars, workshops, online training, faculty/university wide development events and conferences.
Video Interview on 29th January 2024
We offer a generous pension, relocation assistance, flexible working options, blended home/campus working and supportive family friendly benefits including an excellent on-site nursery.
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We are committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all. We particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.
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