Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Counselling (CBT)

University of Suffolk
School of Law and Social Sciences
Lecturer: £35,211 to £40,792 per annum pro rata
Senior Lecturer: £42,036 to £50,132 per annum pro rata

There are 2 x part time (0.4fte) positions available, at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level.

The University of Suffolk is seeking two committed, enthusiastic and skilled individuals to contribute to our counselling programme. You will be an experienced and qualified counsellor and teacher, well versed in practice using Cognitive and Behavioural models. You will be committed to delivering an excellent programme to students and to promoting the profession of counselling.

The programme currently includes a new BA (Hons) Counselling and a new MSc in CBT & Counselling. The post offers the opportunity to play a key role in these exciting developments.

Our school is all about change, having impact and making a difference. This is reflected in the range of subjects we teach: psychology, law, social work, criminology, sociology, youth studies, policing and counselling. Through teaching, research and collaborative enterprise, we focus on student-centred learning and progression, and meaningful engagement with wider professional and academic communities.

For informal enquiries about this post, please contact Jan Fish on 01473 338018 or j.fish@uos.ac.uk

Please use the section criteria in the job descriptions to determine the job level most appropriate to your experience. Please make it clear on your application form, the level for which you are applying. Occasional Saturday working is required; please see the job description/s for information.

To see the full job particulars and details of how to apply, please visit our website at www.uos.ac.uk/jobs

Close date: Monday 12th August 2019

Interview date: Thursday 22nd August 2019

We are actively committed to growing and supporting a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities. We particularly welcome applications from black and ethnic minority candidates and from candidates with a disability who are currently under-represented within our workforce.

We consider flexible working requests for all our vacancies.