UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

Lecturer in Educational Psychology

Location
Bristol, United Kingdom
Salary
£44,045 to £49,553 pro rata per annum
Posted
Jul 12, 2020
End of advertisement period
Aug 11, 2020
Ref
ACAD104630
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Psychology
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Division/School School for Policy Studies
Contract type Open Ended
Working pattern Part time
Salary £44,045 to £49,553 pro rata per annum
Closing date for applications 11-Aug-2020

The School for Policy Studies is seeking to appoint a 0.4 FTE Lecturer for our doctoral level programme in Educational Psychology.  The post holder will contribute to the planning, delivery and development of the programme.  The successful applicant will be an Educational Psychologist who is registered with the HCPC with experience of working in an Educational Psychology service as a qualified EP with a commitment to training others.

The DEdPsych programme is part of a national consortium consisting of the Universities of Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield, Exeter and East Anglia.  The programme is currently funded by the DfE until 2022. Our programme enjoys an excellent reputation both locally and nationally.

The post is  located on Pathway Three and will be appointed at Profile Level c (Lecturer, grade K) of the University’s Academic Pathway. The post is available on an open-ended fixed funded basis from 1st October 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The School is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture.  We appreciate and value difference, seeking to attract, develop and retain a diverse mix of talented people that will contribute to the overall success of the University of Bristol. 

The closing date for applications is midnight on Wednesday 12th August 2020 with an interview date anticipated early/mid September.

For informal enquiries, please contact Rob Green, Programme Director

(email: rob.green@bristol.ac.uk)

We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.