Salary: £35,333 to £51,805 Post Type: Full Time Contract Type: Permanent Advertised On: Friday 25 November 2022 Closing Date: Monday 02 January 2023 Reference: SP2205-R
This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with a background in general areas of psychology, in particular quantitative research methods, to join our team of enthusiastic, dynamic and friendly staff within the School of Psychology. Psychology at the University of Worcester has a long-standing history, with a thriving BPS accredited suite of BSc Psychology courses running since 1994. The School has an already impressive portfolio of undergraduate courses including Single Honours Psychology as well as named awards in Business, Clinical, Counselling, Forensic, and Sport and Exercise Psychology. Our postgraduate courses include Business and Occupational Psychology, Counselling, EMDR Therapy and Understanding Domestic and Sexual Violence. We currently partner with the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) to deliver our MSc Business Psychology course.
The School is underpinned by a commitment to deliver a forward-thinking, dynamic, creative community dedicated to personal growth and professional development in the various fields of psychology. This is a wonderful opportunity to work with a collaborative and supportive team of colleagues, and further information about our research areas and staff profiles show our depth and breadth of experience in psychology. Our school holds strong values of professionalism, respect and inclusivity and we are looking for a colleague who shares our vision and values to join us and contribute to our on-going success.
The successful candidate will have experience and expertise in more general areas of psychology, in particular quantitative research methods, and will be confident and competent in teaching across one or more of the core British Psychological Society areas (cognitive, biopsychology, social, developmental, individual differences, research methods). Successful applicants will also demonstrate a clear engagement and competency in research activity and practices commensurate with the stage of your career. You will have a strong commitment to continuing professional development and scholarly engagement. The successful applicant will act as a personal academic tutor (PAT), research project supervisor to undergraduate and/or postgraduate students. In addition, there may be an expectation to undertake course leadership roles as opportunities arise.
Full time, Part time and Job Share considered.
Informal queries in relation to this vacancy are welcome and should be directed to Dr Dr Daniel Farrelly, Head of Department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.orgFurther details: Job Description Person Specification
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