Lecturer in Sport Psychology
Job Title: Lecturer in Sport Psychology
Faculty: Sport, Health and Applied Science
Reports To: Programme Director
Starting Salary: £38,017 per annum (Band I, spinal point 34)
Hours: Full time
The Faculty of Sport, Health and Applied Science is an internationally-recognised centre with established expertise and resources in running foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the areas of sport, health and exercise sciences.
The following undergraduate programmes are offered: Nutrition, Sport and Exercise Science, Sport Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy, Sports Coaching Science, Sport Psychology, Strength & Conditioning Science, Health & Exercise Sciences and Physics. Postgraduate provision is offered in the areas of Human Nutrition, Applied Sports Nutrition, Applied Sport & Exercise Physiology, Sport Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy, Applied Sport Psychology, Strength & Conditioning Science and Applied Strength and Conditioning. Furthermore, the Faculty’s Centre for Short Courses and CPD offers a range of vocational courses for members of the local community wishing to develop careers in the area of sport, health and fitness.
We are looking for a Lecturer in Sport Psychology to contribute to the teaching of the Sport Psychology provision within the department of Sport and Exercise Science, including but not limited to the programmes of BSc Sport Psychology and BSc Sport and Exercise Science.To teaching at a broader level across the department and faculty, which will include teaching on the BSc Psychology and research methods across all programmes listed above. To have a high involvement in the teaching and development of module content and to develop and prepare learning resources/module booklets in support of teaching and learning, and to provide online resources to accompany this.
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Closing dates for applications will be: 25th September 2020 at 23:00
Interviews will likely be held on the 16th October 2020