Programme Director Post Graduate Diploma in CBT

Opening Date:
30 Apr 2018
Closing Date:
25 May 2018
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Salary Range:

We are looking for a suitably qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with an interest in CBT with Severe Mental Illness to lead our well established Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course. The course trains clinicians in “standard” CBT before specialising in Severe Mental Illness (SMI) conditions including Psychosis.

This post would be an excellent career opportunity for a senior clinician with significant teaching experience to expand their role into a university environment or a clinical academic wishing to take on a greater leadership role.

The post holder will also need to have specific interest and experience working in at least one of the following areas: Psychosis, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder or complex presentations. They will need to have leadership skills and will work with a dedicated team of university clinical academic staff and a network of honorary lecturers based in services. With a total of 0.8 whole time equivalent hours available, it is anticipated that the post-holder will continue to maintain some clinical duties to satisfy their BABCP accreditation.

The post is primarily a teaching and scholarship post. We also welcome involvement in research in CBT. Main tasks include developing all aspects of the PG Diploma in CBT programme. This includes module-planning, teaching, developing programme evaluations and evaluating trainees’ clinical and academic competence. The post holder will be required to liaise with external examiners and be responsible for all aspects of reporting to the School and Faculty levels of the University. The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.

Salary paid according to experience and qualifications.

This post requires a Disclosure and Barring Service check, Adult Workforce.

Interviews are anticipated to take place on 8 June 2018.