Assistant Professor of Work Psychology

University of Nottingham Department of Clinical Neuroscience

Assistant Professor of Work Psychology (Part time)

Reference
MED367822
Closing Date
Wednesday, 12th October 2022
Job Type
Research & Teaching
Department
Clinical Neuroscience
Salary
£42155 to £53353 per annum pro-rata depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.

The purpose of this role is to provide a consistently excellent standard of teaching and support for student learning on a suite of four work psychology MSc courses (Workplace Health and Wellbeing, Occupational Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology, Management Psychology). The post-holder will fulfil the following duties: 

  • Deputy Course Director, MSc Occupational Psychology
  • convene a module on the management of workplace health and wellbeing (MSc Workplace Health and Wellbeing)
  • supervise work psychology MSc research projects
  • review ethics applications for work psychology MSc research projects   
  • provide pastoral support to students 
  • provide additional teaching in their own area of expertise and contribute to assessments across taught modules on the suite of courses  

Candidates must be able to demonstrate the proven ability to plan and lead the delivery of teaching programmes as well as teaching experience with an established national and growing international reputation in the field of work psychology.

 We are seeking candidates with a record of excellence in postgraduate teaching, evidence of innovation in curriculum development, course design and course delivery as well as a commitment to the delivery of quality services to students.

Candidates must be eligible for CPsychol status and full membership of the DOP. Candidates must have achieved at least a 2:2 on an undergraduate honours degree (recognised as Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership) or completed a society-accredited conversion qualification along with one of the following:

  • Have undertaken society-accredited postgraduate qualifications and training
  • Have appropriate postgraduate training and experience of teaching psychology
  • Have completed psychology research to doctoral level

This role is available on a permanent basis. Hours of work are part time (18.13 hours).

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Jonathan Houdmont: Jonathan.houdmont@nottingham.ac.uk
Please note that applications sent directly to this Email address will not be accepted.

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