Both posts are available as either full-time or part-time positions. We are supportive of job-share opportunities.
Newman University enjoys a strong and expanding profile in Psychology. Psychology currently has four flourishing undergraduate Psychology programmes: Psychology, Psychology and Counselling Studies, Psychology and Childhood Studies, and Psychology with Criminology. We also offer these four programmes as a four-year degree with foundation year. All of our undergraduate Psychology programmes are BPS accredited, and we are a recognised market leader with our innovative online MSc Programme in Clinical Applications of Psychology. We have recently developed a MSc Psychology (Conversion) blended learning programme, which is significantly taught online. The subject area has also recently received BPS accreditation for a BSc SH Forensic Psychology programme.
We are seeking to appoint a full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology to join our expanding subject area. We are open to job-share opportunities and so part-times roles are available for suitably qualified candidates. The successful candidate (or candidates) will play a key role in designing the new Forensic psychology modules for the Forensic Psychology programme and will make a substantial contribution to the core teaching on our other BPS undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. If appointed at Senior Lecturer level, the expectation is that the candidate (or candidates) would become programme leader(s) for this programme.
The post holder(s) will design, plan and deliver a range of learning activities utilising a range of teaching methods, prepare and mark assessments, improve teaching by self-reflection and student feedback, and engage with wider university business. They will also engage in peer-recognised scholarly and research activities, lead Psychology modules, supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students and act as a personal tutor.
Please refer to the job description for either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer
Informal enquiries about this opportunity are very welcome. Please contact the Head of Psychology, Dr Lorna Dodd at email@example.com, to discuss the role further.
An application form and further details about this role are available from: newman.ac.uk/jobs or alternatively please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 20 September 2023
Interviews will take place in w/c 9th October 2023
Newman University offers a wide range of staff benefits including 35 days annual leave entitlement plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time posts), pension scheme, chaplaincy and spiritual care, library services, free on-site parking, discounted travel scheme, cycle to work scheme, employee assistance programme, occupational health and counselling services and staff development opportunities. Further details of the full range of staff benefits available can be found on our website: https://www.newman.ac.uk/knowledge-base/staff-benefits/ or please contact the Human Resources Department.
Newman University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Newman University is located on Genners Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, West Midlands, B32 3NT.