Back to search results
Header Image

Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology

Kingston University – School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences

This is a career-defining opportunity at the heart of a dynamic psychology department where Forensic Psychology has a high profile with both our BSc and MSc BPS accredited courses.

Taking responsibility for a subject area or range of modules which include Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Forensic Mental Health and Criminal Behaviours, The Psychology of Investigations and Cyber-Behaviour, Investigative and Legal Processes in Forensic Psychology you'll co-ordinate a team of talented lecturers to deliver the vibrant, real-world education your students deserve. A natural leader and clear communicator you will also plan, deliver, and assess a range of modules at UG and PG, using a variety of technologies and approaches.

Research is, naturally, a key part of our make-up and you will supervise research students and dissertation students and undertake your own research challenges, seeing projects through their entire lifecycle - from developing proposals to producing outputs ripe for publication. You will benefit from membership of the Forensic Psychology Research Group, working with colleagues who regularly publish high quality internationally excellent research and have gained funding from both internal and external funding bodies.

The Person
You will hold a PhD in the field of Forensic Psychology and/or Professional Doctorate in Forensic Psychology and bring with you a recognised teaching or learning qualification. If you haven't already achieved the relevant level of UKPSF recognition, we'll need you to do so before the end of your probation period. You will have experience of teaching Forensic Psychology and at PG and UG and ideally have experience of course leadership of a BPS accredited programme.

Constantly seeking to improve, you'll scrutinise your own work, build private and public sector networks, and work collaboratively to enhance the faculty's reputation in higher education and occupational circles.

School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences
The School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences offers a range of courses in politics, economics, human rights, international relations, law, psychology and criminology. Students graduate equipped with the theoretical tools, hands-on experience and critical thinking necessary to understand individual and social group behaviour, problem solve and influence the future. Professional bodies, including the British Psychological Society (BPS) recognise and accredit our courses.

Further Information
This is a full-time, permanent position with a starting salary of £48,251 per annum.

Deadline for applications: 23rd June 2024.

Interviews are expected to be held Friday 5th July 2024.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Rachel Wilcock.

Location: Kingston upon Thames, London
Salary: £48,251 to £57,061 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 30th May 2024
Closes: 23rd June 2024
Job Ref: 559950
 
   
We value your feedback on the quality of our adverts. If you have a comment to make about the overall quality of this advert, or its categorisation then please send us your feedback
Show all jobs for Kingston University …
Advert information

Type / Role:

Subject Area(s):

Location(s):

Job tools
 

PhD Alert Created

Job Alert Created

Your PhD alert has been successfully created for this search.

Your job alert has been successfully created for this search.

Ok Ok

PhD Alert Created

Job Alert Created

Your PhD alert has been successfully created for this search.

Your job alert has been successfully created for this search.

Manage your job alerts Manage your job alerts

Account Verification Missing

In order to create multiple job alerts, you must first verify your email address to complete your account creation

Request verification email Request verification email

jobs.ac.uk Account Required

In order to create multiple alerts, you must create a jobs.ac.uk jobseeker account

Create Account Create Account

Alert Creation Failed

Unfortunately, your account is currently blocked. Please login to unblock your account.

Email Address Blocked

We received a delivery failure message when attempting to send you an email and therefore your email address has been blocked. You will not receive job alerts until your email address is unblocked. To do so, please choose from one of the two options below.

Max Alerts Reached

A maximum of 5 Job Alerts can be created against your account. Please remove an existing alert in order to create this new Job Alert

Manage your job alerts Manage your job alerts

Creation Failed

Unfortunately, your alert was not created at this time. Please try again.

Ok Ok

Create PhD Alert

Create Job Alert

When you create this PhD alert we will email you a selection of PhDs matching your criteria.When you create this job alert we will email you a selection of jobs matching your criteria. Our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy apply to this service. Any personal data you provide in setting up this alert is processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice

Create PhD Alert

Create Job Alert

When you create this PhD alert we will email you a selection of PhDs matching your criteria.When you create this job alert we will email you a selection of jobs matching your criteria. Our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy apply to this service. Any personal data you provide in setting up this alert is processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice

 
 

Browser Upgrade Recommended

jobs.ac.uk has been optimised for the latest browsers.

For the best user experience, we recommend viewing jobs.ac.uk on one of the following:

Google Chrome Firefox Microsoft Edge