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Research and Teaching Resource Coordinator

Department
Education
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Part-time
Contract status
Fixed term
Salary
24,983-30,688 per year (reduced pro-rata)
Apply by
19/08/2018
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Role Description

The Department of Education is seeking to appoint a Research & Teaching Resource Co-ordinator for Psychology in Education to support research and research methods teaching in the Psychology in Education BSc and MSc programmes, and to assist with the organisation of the Psychology in Education Research Centre.  You are expected to develop and enhance the support provided to the BSc and MSc programmes by assisting in the design of practicals, experiments, datasets for teaching as well as assisting in the delivery of research methods teaching and supporting dissertation students.

In this role, you will be responsible for (a) providing support to student and staff research activities in Psychology in Education, (b) overseeing and manage research-related equipment (hardware and software) and facilities in the Psychology in Education programme, and (c) supporting the teaching of research methods at undergraduate level.

You will have a degree (BSc) in Psychology or a related discipline, will have good knowledge and understanding of research in psychology and education, and an awareness of the requirements of BPS-accredited psychology programs.

The appointment is part-time (18.5 hours per week) and is available from 1st September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. This role will be offered as a job share, on a fixed term basis to cover a secondment.

Informal enquiries about the role may be made to Dr Claudine Bowyer-Crane (claudine.bowyer-crane@york.ac.uk).

Closing date: 19 August 2018

Interview date: To be confirmed

Vacancy reference: 6910

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