The Department of Psychology is seeking to recruit two Associate Lecturers, for 2-years fixed-term, to support all aspects of teaching and learning in the Department.
The main purpose of this role is to support teaching on the Department’s undergraduate programmes in Psychology as well as contribute to marking, supervise students and provide advice on study skills and learning problems. This will include holding lectures, lead seminars, tutorials and other forms of undergraduate teaching as well as developing and applying innovative and appropriate teaching techniques and material which create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students. You will also carry out on-going curriculum review, including module content and materials and contribute to the development of teaching and learning strategies.
You should have postgraduate training in Psychology, experience of supervising students, of tutoring undergraduates in psychology, and of delivering lectures. Additionally, knowledge of issues related to teaching in higher education, such as assessment and feedback, are desirable. You will have a collaborative work ethos, but also be able to work independently and prioritise your own workload.
Interview date: TBC
For informal enquiries: Informal discussions can be held with the Director of Teaching and Learning, Professor Paul Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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