Faculty of Social Sciences Psychology
Salary: £49,772 to £55,998 per annum
Post Type: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Sunday 02 April 2017
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The Division of Psychology of the University of Bradford is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer at Grade 10. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to all aspects of the working of the Division: research, teaching and administration.
The successful candidate will contribute to the planning, delivery and assessing of modules at UG and PG levels. They will be expected to manage projects related to their own area of work, and to conduct individual and/or collaborative research or scholarly projects and assisting in developing research objectives and proposals.
The successful candidate will show a commitment to and enthusiasm for high-quality teaching and research. They will demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. They will be expected to have an appreciation of the importance of equality and diversity, and a commitment to their own continuing professional development.
We are looking to recruit an individual who can contribute to teaching a range of subjects across the UG and PG curricula. You will be part of a vibrant and growing Psychology Division with a research profile that is recognised nationally and internationally. There are approximately 400 students in the Division with a healthy number of PG and PhD students. The students consistently rate their satisfaction with the Division very highly, placing us among the top-rated Divisions in the University and amongst the best Psychology programmes nationally.
For an informal discussion please contact Professor Catriona Morrison, Head of Division at firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Bradford strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community
Source: University of Bradford
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