Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology
|Posting date:||11 May 2020|
|Salary:||£33,797 to £49,553 per year|
|Closing date:||10 June 2020|
|Company:||University of Gloucestershire|
The School comprises three Subject Communities—Psychological Sciences, Social Sciences, and Environmental Sciences—with over 1000 students and 50 academic, technician and administrative staff. Our Psychological Sciences provision is experiencing year-on-year growth and we are investing in its expansion.
The successful applicants would contribute to our BSc Psychology, BSc Criminology & Psychology, BSc Forensic Psychology, MSc Psychology, MSc Forensic Psychology, and MSc Health Psychology. They would also have the opportunity to support research students.
We are particularly looking to appoint individuals who can offer the following themes:
• Forensic Psychology, especially bringing expertise around: assessment, formulation and interventions for offenders, at risk individuals, and victims/survivors of violent and sexual offending; forensic psychology in prisons and secure units; diversity in client groups;
• Health Psychology, especially bringing expertise around: measures for and management of acute conditions; interventions such as cognitive behavioural approaches and motivational interviewing; health psychology in hospital and secure settings; analysis of population-level longitudinal data.
An ability to contribute to the teaching of Developmental or Cognitive Psychology and qualitative methods would also be an asset.
The successful applicants will be engaging and innovative lecturers who share our student-centred ethos, are ready to offer a high standard of support and are willing to make a positive contribution to the student experience.
The applicants will be expected to offer a research plan for developing a research portfolio leading to publication and wider impact, in preparation for the next REF exercise.
Based at our attractive campus in Cheltenham, we offer a welcoming and positive working environment.
The application form is available from: www.glos.ac.uk/jobs
Closing Date: Tuesday 9 June (noon)
Interview Date: Thursday 18 June or Tuesday 23 June
Start date for these positions is likely to be on or after 1 September 2020.
For further information relating to the posts, informal enquiries may be made to the Academic Subject Leader for Psychological Sciences, currently Dr Julie Collins firstname.lastname@example.org, or the ASL designate Dr Katerina Kantartzis email@example.com
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