Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (teaching) Systemic Family Therapy (0.2fte) (JB8347)

University of Bath

United Kingdom

June 30, 2021

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Job title Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (teaching) Systemic Family Therapy (0.2fte)

Department Psychology

Salary Lecturer (Teaching) Grade 8 - £41,526 to £49.553. Senior Lecturer (Teaching) Grade 9 - £51,034 to £64,604. Salaries are pro rata per annum

Please note that the salary range quoted includes 3 discretionary points which are only applied for starting salaries in highly exceptional situations.

Grade Grade 8 to Grade 9

Additional Information The post-holder will be leading an accredited program of therapeutic training for DClin Psychology students and therefore a similar level of qualification is desirable for evidence of capacity to train students at this level.

Placed on Wednesday 02 June 2021

Closing date Wednesday 30 June 2021

Interview date Thursday 08 July 2021

Reference JB8347

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The Department of Psychology in the University of Bath is seeking to appoint an experienced Family and Systemic Psychotherapist as a part-time Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (Teaching Focus) on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme, providing leadership and teaching in systemic practice at Foundation and Intermediate Level.

Systemic practice with families is a core therapeutic modality taught within the programme. First year trainees complete the Foundation in Systemic Practice, accredited by AFT. This has previously been taught alongside a Continuing Professional Development unit for qualified mental health professionals. This is planned to resume in 2022. Teaching in Advanced Systemic Practice, largely provided by external subject specialists, is included in the curriculum for Second- and Third-Year trainees, for whom there may be the option to pursue AFT Intermediate Level accreditation.

If you would like to discuss this post, please contact the Programme Director, Professor Paul Chadwick – pdjc20@bath.ac.uk or Marion Dixon, Family and Systemic Psychotherapist on the DClin team– md980@bath.ac.uk

Our Department of Psychology has an established tradition of excellence in research and teaching, and for these posts we are seeking applicants with demonstrable teaching ability and enthusiasm. The successful applicant will be joining the Clinical Psychology Doctorate group, which has in a very short time developed a reputation as one of the leading programmes of its kind nationally.

What we can offer you:

Our campus is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and the City of Bath with its historic charm and social activity only a short distance away creates an excellent environment in which to work.

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