Teaching Fellow A, School of Psychology
Salary: £33,309 to £40,927 per annum pro rata (0.4 FTE)
Post Type: Part Time
Closing Date: 23.59 hours BST on Thursday 26 May 2022
Would you like to develop your academic career, contributing to teaching on the Advanced Practice in Psychological Wellbeing programme at the University of Surrey? Because the position is part-time it will allow the postholder to continue their clinical work whilst also making a significant contribution to fostering and developing the knowledge and skills of future IAPT psychological wellbeing practitioners.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of lectures and more generally supporting the trainees in their development. Other responsibilities will include being a professional tutor for a number of trainees, trainee recruitment, service liaison and mid-way review visits. These activities could be across venues in Sussex, Surrey and Kent.
The ideal candidate will need to be a clinical or counselling psychologist, a high intensity therapist or an experienced psychological wellbeing practitioner (ideally with supervision experience). They should also have experience of working in IAPT. The successful candidate will demonstrate themselves to be an empathic, motivated, creative, and energetic individual who is able to act on their own initiative. We would particularly welcome applications from individuals who identify as being from marginalised groups. This is because we are committed to representing the communities that we serve. You would be joining a team of dedicated and supportive individuals who aim to provide a vibrant, compassionate, and enjoyable learning experience.
Our benefits package includes generous annual leave, and childcare assistance. We also offer an exclusive discounted membership package to all our staff for the Surrey Sport Park. Additionally, you will benefit from collegiate support, University resources and partnership working with regional practitioners.
The programme Is based within the School of Psychology, within the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (FHMS). The Faculty is a leading provider of undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare education, research and consultancy. It has extensive links with local health care providers and is based in a modern, purpose built, state-of-the-art teaching facility on the University of Surrey campus in Guildford. The campus provides a pleasant working environment with close links to road and rail transport. Please note that some teaching takes place at a Kent venue.
Further information about the University and the School of Psychology can be found at http://www.psy.surrey.ac.uk/. You can also contact Laura Driesen (programme lead for the Advanced Practice in Psychological Wellbeing programme) firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like more general information about the School please contact Mary John (Programme Director and Head of Department of Psychological Interventions) at email@example.com) or Emma Crouch (IAPT section lead) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the links below to go to the relevant pages to apply. We can only accept applications from the University of Surrey website.
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Interview date - 6th June 2022
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In return we offer a generous pension, relocation assistance where appropriate , flexible working options including job share and blended home/campus working locations (dependent on work duties), access to world-class leisure facilities on campus, a range of travel schemes and supportive family friendly benefits including an excellent on-site nursery.
The University of Surrey is committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all. We place great value on diversity and are seeking to increase the diversity within our community. Therefore we particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities