Senior Lecturer in Mental Health (CBT)

Opening Date:
9 Jun 2020
Closing Date:
13 Jul 2020
Salary Range:

SBU/Department: School of Health and Social Work, Department of Nursing, Health & Wellbeing.

FTE: Full time working 37 hours per week (1.0 FTE)

Duration of Contract: Permanent

Grade: UH8

Salary: £40,322 pa to £51,034 pa dependent on skills and experience.

Location: College Lane Campus, Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire

The School of Health and Social Work, at the University of Hertfordshire, is seeking to enhance our highly successful BABCP accredited programmes by recruiting an additional senior lecturer to join the well-established and expert academic team.

The School has a long-established reputation as a centre for excellence for healthcare education. Our vision is to transform lives through our education, research and community engagement activities. The provision of high-quality mental health related programmes, including CBT and IAPT, is central to this vision.

Main duties & responsibilities

You will work within the mental health team of the Department of Nursing, Health & Wellbeing, to undertake planning, teaching, assessment and evaluation of programmes of learning related to CBT, including IAPT (and to teach on other appropriate programmes as required).

Skills and experience needed

You will have substantial proven experience of delivering high quality CBT approaches and have experience of providing supervision related to CBT practice, including high intensity IAPT. You will also have a record of publication and/or engagement in research or consultancy work.

Qualifications required
You will hold a degree in a relevant mental health subject and a post graduate qualification at Masters or equivalent, relevant to mental health. You will also be registered with NMC, HCPC or other similar professional, statutory and regulatory body and will be accredited with BABCP as a psychotherapist.

Interview Date: Morning of Tuesday 21st July 2020

Reference Number: 028535

Contact Details/Informal Enquiries
Greg Rooney, Professional Lead for Mental Health 01707 285157 or

The successful applicant who is offered employment may be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure Barring Service at a later stage.

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