AC 2 / 3 £32,003 - £46,924 a year, with opportunity to progress to £51,259 a year
The Institute of Health & Society provides learning opportunities for a range of students at various levels from Foundation Degree through to Post-Graduate research degrees. The Psychology group requires 1 lecturer who has relevant teaching and/or practice education experience to input to the teaching and administration of the undergraduate forensic psychology and to contribute to research, consultancy, income generation in this and related areas.
You will be expected to teach theory and professional practice across all three undergraduate years, developing students’ knowledge and skills. You will be expected to contribute to developing new joint and integrated masters courses which are likely to include forensic psychology and criminology. You may be asked to contribute to postgraduate and CPD courses in forensic pathways and CPD developments in forensic and forensic mental health topics.
You must have a first degree in psychology. Postgraduate degree in forensic psychology. Professional qualification in Forensic Psychology, preferably Chartership with BPS, although candidates evidencing HCPC Registration will be considered.
Ref: IHS1621a - 3148
Closing date: 6 February 2017.
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