ST MARYS UNIVERSITY, TWICKENHAM

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Location
Twickenham, United Kingdom
Salary
Lecturer £37,345 per annum, Senior Lecturer £42,036 per annum
Posted
13 May 2019
End of advertisement period
29 May 2019
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Psychology
Contract Type
Fixed Term, Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Sport, Health and Applied Science

Department:                 Psychology and Pedagogical Science
Reports To:                  Programme Director
Starting Salary:           Lecturer £37,345 per annum, Senior Lecturer £42,036 per annum
Hours:                           Full time (1.0 FTE)
Term:                            1 Permanent role and 1 Maternity (fixed term) role

St Mary’s provides an inspiring and welcoming environment and has a strong, supportive community. The University is proud of the support it gives to its students, and the support is underpinned by the provision of teaching that is student-focused with a strong emphasis on skills and character development. At St Mary’s you will be encouraged to nurture and educate our students, preparing them to be ready to meet the challenges of today and anticipate those of tomorrow.

The Faculty of Sport, Health and Applied Science is an internationally recognised centre with established expertise and resources in sport, health and exercise sciences. At both undergraduate and postgraduate level, we are committed to offering vocationally relevant programmes of study with the highest academic standards.

The Psychology Programme at St. Mary’s University is looking for a highly motivated and dedicated individual to join its team.  The successful candidate would deliver on our existing undergraduate psychology programmes as well as helping to develop and deliver on our expanding offerings of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The candidate will be expected to contribute to the overall psychology content, with particular emphasis and expertise in Individual Differences and Psychometrics. An interest in contributing to our developing portfolio will be welcomed and there may be opportunities to take on programme leadership activities.

Ideally, the successful candidate is expected to have a BPS GBC accredited first degree in Psychology and a PhD in Psychology (or expected within the next 6 months).  Experience of teaching and assessing in HE is essential, as is a demonstration of engagement with scholarship and research (evidenced by recent publications in peer-reviewed journals). Experience of module leadership and/or development would be welcomed, as would evidence of an ability to generate external income and a teaching qualification (and/or Fellowship of the HEA).

For further information about the role and for details of how to apply, please click here

Closing Date on Wednesday 29 May 2019 at 23:59

Interviews to be held on Wednesday 5 June 2019 and Thursday 6 June 2019

Please note that if selected for an interview, you will be informed on Friday 31 May 2019 and will be considered for both Permanent and Fixed Term roles.