Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Location
Brighton - Falmer and Moulsecoomb
Salary
£36,382 to £51,799
Posted
02 Aug 2022
Closes
11 Aug 2022
Ref
HU3201-22-309
Discipline
Education
Level
Lecturer
Contract Type
Full Time

Your expertise in one of several areas of Psychology (indicated below) will be welcomed and valued in our vibrant, academically rich, and interdisciplinary School of Humanities and Social Sciences. This is an opportunity to join a highly collaborative team of Psychologists situated between the South Downs National Park, and the coast here in Brighton. The team has seen some growth in recent years and is keen to add breadth to an already strong bank of expertise.

Applicants must be eligible for membership of the British Psychological Society. A PhD, or a Professional Doctorate, in Psychology (or near completion) is essential, as well expertise and/or up-to-date knowledge of one of the following areas of Psychology:

Forensic, biological/neuroscience, gender and sexuality, health, and clinical.

In addition, you will have a solid knowledge of general psychology as a basis for teaching on a variety of core BPS psychology curriculum areas, across our undergraduate and postgraduate psychology programmes. Applicants will need to be able to demonstrate their willingness and ability to contribute to a range of teaching across the curriculum, and have a commitment to pastoral care, and supporting students’ development.

This is a permanent post and job sharers are welcome to apply. The start date would be as soon as mutually agreeable from September 2022.

The University is committed to an inclusive environment which embraces equality and diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. We especially welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), and LGBT+ candidates. We are seeking a colleague who has an understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion, and how these principles can be applied in Higher Education, and within practice learning settings. We value self-awareness, in terms of understanding candidates’ own culture, identity, biases, prejudices, power, privilege and stereotypes, as well as a willingness to challenge practices that present barriers to different groups.

Informal enquiries welcome to either Stephen Maddison, Dean of Humanities and Social Science s.c.maddison@brighton.ac.uk or Mark Wright and Zoe Flack, Co-Subject Leads for Psychology psychsubjectlead@brighton.ac.uk

Further details:

The University is committed to an inclusive environment which embraces equality and diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. We particularly encourage applicants from Minority Ethnic backgrounds because the university is underrepresented by Minority Ethnic staff.

Further information about working for us, as well as the wide range of benefits we offer, can be found in the working with us [brighton.ac.uk] section of our vacancies page.

Closing Date: Thursday 11 August 2022

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