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So, what will the role involve?
The School of Health and Society is pleased to announce that due to growth in the subject area of Psychology (Forensic) and the launch of a new MSc Forensic Psychology in September 2024, we are seeking to appoint a permanent Senior Lecturer to contribute to our Undergraduate and Postgraduate provision. The role can be offered on a fractional or full-time basis, by negotiation.
As an accredited Forensic Psychologist, the role of Senior Lecturer will see you working to ensure we build a vibrant, successful, student experience. This will involve contributing to both operational and strategic decision making, notably aligned with our new MSc Forensic Psychology programme. This programme is considered a key addition to our portfolio, building on excellent research expertise in the discipline area. You will contribute to the leadership, teaching and learning of the MSc Forensic Psychology, though some contribution to our undergraduate portfolio may be undertaken. You will also contribute to one or more of our research themes.