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Associate Lecturer in Psychology

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University of York - Heslington Campus
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32,236 - 39,609 a year (reduced pro-rata for part-time working)
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The Department is seeking to employ a part-time Associate Lecturer as soon as possible (no later than 1 September 2019) to enhance its advanced level teaching in Clinical Psychology, and neurodevelopmental disorders.  In the main part of the role, you will teach and supervise post-graduate students on its MSc in Development, Disorders and Clinical Practice. A unique element of this course is the combination of theoretical knowledge of disorders with practical skills, and of particular relevance to this post, clinical issues relating to diagnosis, assessment and treatment. We are looking to appoint an individual who can contribute knowledge and expertise to the “Clinical Practice” element of this course.  Beyond this you will be involved in developing new teaching focused on child and adolescent mental health within Departments’ new integrated masters pathway in Clinical Psychology. The responsibilities of this post will include designing and leading modules on clinical issues relating to developmental disorders, creating teaching materials, marking, and supervising literature reviews and empirical projects.

This post is available 22.20 hours a week (0.6 FTE).

Please direct any informal queries to Professor Paul Bishop at


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