Lecturer In Counselling & Psychotherapy

Opening Date:
5 Nov 2014
Closing Date:
11 Jan 2015
Salary Range:

The College of Health & Social Care is one of the largest providers of health-related higher education courses in the UK. It has two schools: the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Sciences, and the School of Health Sciences, both providing education at undergraduate, postgraduate and post-qualifying levels.

As part of the College of Health and Social Care commitment to Counselling & Psychotherapy at the University of Salford, we are seeking to appoint a lecturer to join our team. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching, research and leadership roles at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. They should have experience in teaching in higher education. The successful candidate must be a good team player who is willing to work on a variety of complex activities and tasks on a daily basis. They will have the opportunity to develop their career within an innovative, progressive and supportive environment with a range of opportunities for leadership development. We are looking for an individual with a professional background and clinical skills in working in Counselling & Psychotherapy services in particular we would welcome applications from those with expertise and interest in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

The post holder will be expected to contribute to the nationally regarded pre-qualifying undergraduate programmes and will also contribute across the spectrum of the academic work of the School through learning, teaching, transformational research and innovations that underpin and advance Counselling & Psychotherapy practice.

The Lecturer in Counselling & Psychotherapy post requires an individual who is committed to developing and delivering high quality education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels to ensure graduates in Counselling & Psychotherapy are fit for purpose, fit for role and fit for award. The post-holder should be able to apply an evidence-based approach to all aspects of their role.