We are seeking to appoint up to three highly motivated individuals at Lecturer level who can contribute excellent research-led teaching on the BSc Psychology programme at the Department of Psychology within the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London (KCL).
These individuals will lead undergraduate modules within the core curriculum and/or areas of personal interest, as well as supervising undergraduate research projects as part of our highly successful BSc Psychology programme.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate suitable teaching skills and experience including curriculum and assessment design, along with an ability to supervise student research, and to produce high quality research outputs.
At least one of these appointments will initially be made on the Academic Education Pathway (primary contributions to education and scholarship). Candidates with a suitable research profile may be appointed to the balanced Education and Research pathway.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate suitable subject expertise to teach on a part of the BPS core curriculum. We hope to make at least one appointment to a candidate with education and research expertise in the area of Addictions.
About the Department of Psychology
Since the Department of Psychology was founded in 1950, it has carried on a distinguished programme of research, teaching and clinical practice, with a long-standing link with the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. In 2004, the psychology sections of Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine merged with the Department, creating one of the world’s largest groupings of clinical and health psychologists. Today, Psychology is one of the largest departments in the IoPPN.
The department offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. These include our Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (the UK’s oldest training programme which helped to establish the scientist/practitioner model that is now almost universal in the field), our MSc in Health Psychology, and BSc programmes (BSc Psychology, BSc Neuroscience with Psychology, and Intercalated BSc in Psychology). In addition, we are internationally renowned for our wide range of clinical training programmes for mental health professionals including diplomas and certificates in CBT Psychosis, Family & Early Intervention, high intensity Adult IAPT training, CYP IAPT (Children & Young People) training and IAPT for …….