Lecturer in Counselling Psychology
The Manchester Institute of Education is seeking to appoint an experienced and inspirational Lecturer to work on its highly rated Doctorate in Counselling Psychology programme. This individual will complement an existing team and provide a significant contribution to the day-to-day delivery and future strategic development of the programme. In particular, this will involve providing professional input around counselling psychology theory, practice and research, with a focus upon developing trainees' person-centred or cognitive behavioural therapeutic skills. Additionally, the person appointed will have the experience and expertise to co-ordinate trainee placements and take a leading role for one year of the three-year programme.
Experience of teaching at a postgraduate level and registration with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Counselling Psychologist is essential. Experience of supervising students through to successful completion of their doctoral research studies is desirable. Additionally, you must have the potential to develop their own research interests in line with the programme strategy and the willingness to contribute to both national and international dialogues and debates about these areas.
Interviews will take place on the 13 th of November 2017.
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