Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing (0.8 FTE)

Opening Date:
30 May 2024
Closing Date:
23 Jun 2024
Salary Range:

The University of Roehampton London is recruiting to the role of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to join our expanding School of Psychology. The successful candidate will take a leading part in the role out of a brand-new area of portfolio development within digital health.


  • An ambitious academic with a bold vison who can deliver excellence in the field of Digital Health, Mental Health, and Wellbeing
  • Passionate about enhancing the teaching and learning of students, as well as the continued success and development of our School’s expansive undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio.
  • Enthusiastic about student-centred pedagogy.
  • Experienced in teaching and curricula development in Higher Education
  • An expert in the area of digital technologies in health, mental health and wellbeing
  • A champion of new technological developments in health, mental health and wellbeing
  • Able to develop, lead and support an academic team and contribute to the continued success and development of our School’s expansive portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including the new post graduate provision in Digital Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing.


  • Play a significant part on the development and delivery of our new post graduate provision in Digital Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, as well as other areas of our core curriculum.
  • Contribute to education delivery, including programme leadership, across our range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
  • Contribute to and enhance the teaching and learning, research, and knowledge exchange reputation of the School.
  • Be part of a community of academics and practicing psychologists.

The School’s vision is to offer transformative, future focused, digitally enhanced education that helps students become successful individuals with rewarding careers, regardless of their background and circumstances. The School is committed to delivering outstanding student outcomes and making a positive impact on society through its world-leading research and its community-based knowledge exchange.

We offer a large variety of undergraduate and post graduate programmes and one of the most comprehensive and well-respected suite of therapy training programmes in the UK.
Our staff’s expertise spans experimental psychology, cognitive neuroscience, comparative psychology, counselling psychology, psychotherapies and the arts and play therapies. Our multidisciplinary research seeks to improve the understanding of factors that influence mental health and wellbeing and to develop strategies and interventions to improve them. Our researchers produce impactful outcomes with real world applications that support local, national, and global communities. Our work enhances and saves lives, supports the regeneration of the world around us and shapes government policy that touches on every impact of society.


  • Work on our stunning 54-acre campus, with views over Richmond Park.
  • Access the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
  • Benefit from our outstanding annual leave provision.
  • Benefit from our Research and Knowledge Exchange Income Reward and Recognition Scheme.

The closing date for completed applications is: 23rd June 2024

To learn more about this post and for an informal conversation please contact Dr Yannis Fronimos, Dean of the School of Psychology

It is expected that interviews will be held: 11th or 12th July 2024.