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Research Fellow

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Do you have a relevant PhD, ideally, some cybercrime research experience, plus a real desire to be part of an exciting pan European consortium that’s been awarded a multi-million Euro EU Horizon 2020 project? Then join the University of East London as a Research Fellow – Cybercrime and you could soon be playing your part in a research project that is the first of its kind.
As a careers-led university, we’re dedicated to supporting our students to develop the skills, emotional intelligence and creativity needed to thrive in a constantly changing world. This project an exciting opportunity to join researchers from the UEL Institute for Connected Communities  at the cutting edge of cybercriminality and cyberpsychology research and explore the drivers of cybercriminality amongst young people on a large scale.
Working with a research team you will undertake research duties on a project exploring pathways into and drivers of cybercrime funded by the EU (CC Driver), focusing also on the preparation of linked research bids and the drafting of publications. You’ll also, in consultation with the Lead Researchers, plan and carry out project fieldwork, data collection, data analysis and other associated tasks. And, when it comes to helping to generate high-quality research reports, publications or presentations  or maintaining project data in accordance with GDPR data protection requirements, we’ll count on you to deliver.
An experienced, proactive independent senior researcher with the skills to attract future research funding, a PhD in a relevant field, which must include some criminology and/or psychology and a publishing track record, is essential. Adept at designing and undertaking quantitative and qualitative research projects, you have strong statistical skills and high level quantitative (and preferably qualitative) data analysis expertise using SPSS. What’s more, you’re flexible and adaptive, with the interpersonal, networking and communication skills it takes to operate at the highest level, have a positive approach to working on substantial projects.
The Institute for Connected Communities (ICC) (previously known as the Institute for Health and Human Development) is engaged in research and training into the social, economic and cultural productions of health and well-being. ICC has attracted funding from UK research councils (NIHR, ESRC, AHRC), charitable trusts, NHS, European Commission, UNICEF, and national government departments. We have major programmes of intervention innovation and development including social prescribing, cybercrime and child internet safety amongst others. 
At the University of East London, we aim to attract and retain the best possible staff and offer a working environment at the heart of a dynamic region with excellent transport links. You can look forward to a warm, sincere welcome, genuine camaraderie and mobility in an institution led with passion, visibility and purpose. Your impact, resilience and sense of collegiality will directly contribute to the University’s future and those of the students whose lives you will touch and change forever. 
We also offer a great range of benefits including pension, family friendly policies and an on-site nursery and gym at our Docklands Campus. 
Further details:   Job Description & Person Specification    
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At UEL we are committed to working together to build a community which values diversity in both our staff and student populations, is representative and inclusive, enabling all to progress and thrive 

Senior and Junior Fellowship Programme 2023

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The University of Bayreuth Centre of International Excellence “Alexander von Humboldt” promotes excellent research at the University of Bayreuth (UBT) and advances the internationalisation of research and networking with the best universities worldwide. Effective immediately, the Centre is offering
Fellowships for the year 2023– open to all disciplines* –
Senior Fellowships: Award sum € 50,000
Junior Fellowships: Award sum € 30,000
All Fellows will have the awarded sum at their disposal for covering all costs of project realisation.
International Excellence – Programme Goals
The Centre supports academic exchange across existing boundaries: between disciplines, between different cultures and countries, between established and younger researchers. Furthermore, the Centre engages in activities opening the research community to society and politics. Successful applicants will become Fellows at the Centre and profit from the lively research environment of the university and its seven faculties. Applicants are encouraged to learn about the University of Bayreuth’s focus areas and research strengths.

Experience Bayreuth – Collaboration with Local Host

We invite the Fellows to carry out their own research projects in Germany in cooperation with a local host at the UBT. Prior to submission of the application, applicants are required to identify a researcher in Bayreuth with whom they aim to carry out their research project. The local hosts provide their Fellows with appropriate office and lab space and an up-to-date infrastructure. Applications are welcome from all disciplines, although exceptions apply.* The total support period of approximately three to six months can be divided into several stages.

Candidate Requirements

We award the Fellowships to individuals from abroad with challenging and innovative research projects of top academic quality through a highly competitive, strictly merit-based selection process. The all-important selection criteria are the academic excellence of both the applicant and the cooperative project. We emphatically encourage women and non-binary researchers to apply. For more information on the application and selection process (required documents, guidelines on eligibility, hosts, evaluation criteria, timeline and stages of the selection process) see Application Guidelines for Fellowships.

Application Deadline

Associate Lecturers in the School of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences

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The Open University is the UK’s largest university, a world leader in flexible part-time education combining a mission to widen access to higher education with research excellence, transforming lives through education.
The role
We are looking to recruit Associate Lecturers in the area of mental health sciences, in the School of Life, Health and Chemical sciences at the Open University.
The positions are part-time and range between 0.1 and 0.3 FTE and would involve teaching one or more modules. In particular, there are immediate teaching needs on SK298 Brain, mind and mental health.
The work is home-based and has no fixed core hours. It is permanent, with a probation period of two years. The annual salary and workload are fixed, but there are significant workload peaks and troughs throughout the year, mainly linked to providing marking and assessment feedback. This is likely to include exam and end of module marking tasks. Other tasks will be required such as providing  group tutorials (mainly online) and focused student support (individual and forum-based). Some evening and weekend work will be required. The starting level of FTE will be discussed at interview, and there is the possibility of increasing the FTE at some point in the future. The starting full-time salary is £34,304 paid pro rata based on your FTE. Although most of the teaching occurs between October and June, the position is paid over the full calendar year.
Start date: October 2022
What you get in return
We have a strong commitment to providing training and development in and beyond your current role. To ensure that you remain up to date with developments in your academic field, you will be allocated 6 days (pro rata) per annum to retain academic currency (self-directed) and 1 day, plus 5 days pro rata per annum for academic professional development.
Benefits include 27 days holiday per annum (pro rata) with variable (pro rata) bank holidays and an attractive pensions proposition in addition to a supportive and friendly working environment.
Tuition Delivery: online.
How to apply
An application form and the generic person specification are available from the links below.
All candidates will be required to produce proof of eligibility to work in the UK.
The university is unable to offer visa sponsorship for this role as per the requirement laid out in the UK Visas and Immigration regarding Right to Work in the UK.
To work with us you will need access to the internet and a computer of an adequate specification.
Successful applicants will be required to undertake a DBS check or equivalent for their nation of residency.
Close date: 20th July 2022 noon
Associate Lecturers in the School of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences (SK298) | Employment (open.ac.uk)
We offer a range of inclusive employment policies which include family and carer friendly flexible working arrangements and have many supportive staff networks and wellbeing services. We also endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, with the school of Life, Health and Chemical sciences holding a bronze award.  In addition we have commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity.
This role is part of an anonymous recruitment process.

Lecturer in Psychology (Teaching and Scholarship)

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Are you an enthusiastic teacher, committed to delivering a first class learning and teaching experience with a demonstrated ability to teach effectively at undergraduate and postgraduate level? Are you passionate about delivering an exceptional student experience in a research-intensive Russell Group University? 
 We are looking for highly motivated individuals to join an expanding team of dedicated student focussed Psychology lecturers. In particular we are looking for individuals who have an interest in Bio Psychology, with an expectation that you will be able to contribute to other teaching and student support activities elsewhere in our psychology programmes. You will be expected to take an active role in the development of our curriculum, aligning with the Institutional-led Curriculum Redefined principles and practices. You will contribute to the School’s research-led teaching and management of student education and will play an important role by contributing to the development of outstanding graduates and scholars
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 
Dr Ed Sutherland, Director of Student Education
Email: [email protected]
This role will be based on the university campus with scope for it to be undertaken in a hybrid manner. We are also open to discussing flexible working arrangements.
As an international research-intensive university, we welcome students and staff from all walks of life and from across the world. We foster an inclusive environment where all can flourish and prosper, and we are proud of our strong commitment to student education. Within the Faculty/School of Psychology we are dedicated to diversifying our community and we welcome the unique contributions that individuals can bring, and particularly encourage applications from, but not limited to Black, Asian, people who belong to a minority ethnic community, people who identify as LGBT+; and people with disabilities. Candidates will always be selected based on merit and ability.
The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offers a range of family friendly policies. The School of Psychology holds a Silver Athena Swan award.  We are committed to being an inclusive School that values all staff, and we are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees.

PhD scholarships In Psychology.

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Canterbury Christ Church University welcomes applications for two full-time PhD scholarships (a stipend of £13,000 p.a., tuition fee waiver for three years and an expense allowance of £500 p. a.) in psychology.
The scholarships will be offered to students working on two of the following projects. Applicants should specify in their application form and PhD proposal form which of the projects they are interested in working on.
A good first degree or Masters in Psychology (or relevant discipline) is essential.
Closing Date 15th July 2022
 1  Investigating the Use of Facility Dogs for Providing Support to Vulnerable Individuals Within the Criminal Justice System
This will contribute to some of the first research, globally, that evaluates the emotional and psychological benefits that facility dogs may provide in various processes within the criminal justice system. 
Contact Dr Liz Spruin  [email protected]
2 Using Virtual Reality Technology to Explore How Specific Elements of Virtual Worlds Evoke Feelings of Disgust and Anger and the Role They Play in Moral Decision Making 
This will involve a series of quantitative experiments using VR technology to explore how specific elements of virtual worlds evoke feelings of disgust and anger and the role they play in moral decision making.
Contact Dr John Sabo ([email protected])
3  Investigating the Wellbeing of Assistance Dogs
This will look at and compare well-being of assistance and PAT dogs across a number of dimensions.
Contact Dr Anke Franz ([email protected])
4  Investigating the Effectiveness of Token Systems and Other Reward Mechanisms in Home and Educational Settings
This will involve an initial survey on how token/reward systems are being used in home or educational settings and experimental studies carried out with preschool- and primary school- aged children to investigate their effectiveness.
Contact Dr Julia Ulber ([email protected])
5  Exploring the Lived Experience and Psychological Correlates of Tulpamancy (Conjured Imaginary Companions)
This will involve phenomenological studies to explore the lived experience of individuals who self-identify as Tulpamancers.
Contact Dr Elizabeth Roxburgh ([email protected])
6  Investigating the Epidemiology and Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) in University Students
This will involve a large-scale epidemiological study to determine prevalence rates of mTBI and if the vestibular system influences chronic post-concussion syndrome (PCS) and investigate the efficacy of EMDR and GVS in reducing PCS symptoms and examine vestibular components.
Contact Dr Emma Denby  ([email protected])
7  Investigating Neurophysiological and Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Speech Production During the Observation of Ambiguous Images in Adults with Autism
This will utilise neurophysiological and/or cognitive measures to examine language, as well explore anxiety-related symptomatology and personality traits, in adults with autism.
Contact Dr Alena Galilee ([email protected])
How to apply
Submit your application using the Canterbury Christ Church online admissions portal. Please visit the postgraduate research degree pages and use the ‘apply now’ link at the bottom of the psychology research cluster page:
https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/explore-postgraduate/explore-postgraduate-research/research-subject-areas/psychology
You will be required to submit a research proposal based on the project of your choice from the above.
Please tick the appropriate box on the proposal form to indicate that you are applying for a PhD scholarship alongside a place on the PhD programme.
To be eligible for a scholarship you must have applied for both a place on the PhD programme as well as a scholarship by 15 July 2022.
For any queries about the application and admissions process contact Postgraduate Admissions ([email protected]).

Research Assistant – ComBAT Programme

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Department
The Mental Health and Addiction Research Group (MHARG) at the Department of Health Sciences, University of York, is looking to appoint a Research Assistant attached to a large programme of work called Community-based Behavioural Activation Training (ComBAT) for Depression in Adolescents, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The post-holder will be part of a large and successful academic group with a strong track record in applied mental health research.  We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to assist with recruitment, enrolment and data collection across multiple sites in the NHS and the community, especially in schools and youth organisations and services. Previous experience in assisting with the delivery of clinical trials of psychological interventions for children and adolescents is desirable.
The University of York offers flexible working patterns and a number of family friendly initiatives. As a Department we are proud to foster a supportive culture that helps staff and students contribute fully, flourish and excel, to reach their full potential. We embrace equality, diversity and inclusion as well as the values of the Athena SWAN Charter in all our Departmental activities.
Condition of Employment
This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. Consequently, all applicants will be asked to declare both unspent and spent convictions on their application form. Appointment of the successful candidate will be conditional on a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Role
As a Research Assistant, you will provide co-ordination, planning, support and administrative assistance to the ComBAT programme and related studies including:
Assisting with study set up and recruitment of adolescents, parents/carers and professionals in the community and in NHS sites and the collection of data from these sites
Engaging and liaising with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. study team, steering group members, community and NHS services staff), including supporting a young person involvement group
Project administration (e.g. collating, entering, storing, analysing, interpreting, and reporting on the data and study progress through the development and maintenance of datasets and reports, ensuring consistency, completeness and accuracy).
Skills, Experience & Qualifications needed
Level 3 qualification. (Qualifications at this level include A levels. Please view the full list). We also welcome applicants with equivalent non-UK qualifications or equivalent professional experience.
Good project co-ordination skills, including keeping momentum in projects, liaising with relevant stakeholders, developing and maintaining project databases, providing regular feedback on progress to stakeholders and ensuring successful delivery to project milestones
An understanding of working within data protection and ethical guidelines
Ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written formats, including the use of a variety of digital tools
Good numerical skills including an ability to work with and interpret basic quantitative data
Good planning and organisational skills including the ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure but still provide high quality work with attention to detail
Ability to use initiative to solve unusual or complex problems
Interview date: to be confirmed
For informal enquiries: please contact Dr Lucy Tindall at [email protected]
The University strives to be diverse and inclusive  – a place where we can ALL be ourselves.
We particularly encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at the University. 
We offer family friendly, flexible working arrangements, with forums and inclusive facilities to support our staff. #EqualityatYork

Senior Research Assistant/Project Manager – Treatment Resistant Depression

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https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=158882
Location: Warneford Hospital, Oxford

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We are looking to appoint a Senior Research Assistant/Project Manager to work on a cutting-edge interventional trial for patients with treatment resistant depression (TRD), which is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme. The post is based in the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.
The post is full-time; however, consideration would be given to candidates looking to work part-time (minimum of 30 hours/0.8 FTE) on a pro rata basis).
The post is for a fixed term (funded to 31 March 2023).
You will be responsible for the day to day coordination, delivery and management of PAX-D, a multicentre placebo-controlled randomised trial of medication for treatment resistant depression. Your role will include line managing a team of research assistants, liaising with participating sites across the UK, to ensure good recruitment, compliance with the protocol and the quality and timeliness of the data collection.  
You will have a degree or equivalent level qualification in psychology, biomedical science, or other relevant subject (including nursing and health care disciplines) along with a strong interest and understanding of mental illness and its treatment modalities. With an understanding of clinical research methodology, Good Clinical Practice, you will have experience of administration within a clinical trial or clinical research project.
You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement and a CV as part of your application
The closing date for this post is 12.00 midday on 22nd July 2022                    

Associate Lecturer in Sexuality

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We have an excellent opportunity for an Associate Lecturer for the following module/s:
Sexuality Level 5 (undergraduate)
30 hours (lectures and seminars)
Tues 6 to 9pm in term 1 (October to December 2022)
You will have knowledge of interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the sexuality, with a strong emphasis on psychosocial theory, cultural studies, postcolonial studies and gender and queer studies. You will have experience of seminar teaching at undergraduate level and will qualified to the corresponding level of the award as required to teach (or demonstrate equivalent professional/industry level experience).
Further to the person specification, essential requirements for this role are:
An interest in sexuality studies, psychosocial studies, postcolonial studies, gender studies, and intersectional approaches to the field of sexuality.
Please refer to the person specification for further selection criteria.
Remuneration
Payment is based on an hourly rate depending on length of continuous service with the College (starting rate £61.68 per hour inclusive of pro-rata London Allowance and holiday pay) for contact hours worked. This hourly rate is based on the starting point of Grade 7 and is inclusive of a ‘Duties Related to Teaching Multiplier’ which covers preparation, teaching, administration, assessment marking and other examining duties in connection with the course.
Enquiries
If you would like to know more about the role please click on apply below or contact Dr Brendan McGeever, at [email protected]
If you have technical issues or difficulties using the recruitment portal please contact [email protected], providing your name and the job reference number of the position.
While we are happy to respond to all informal enquiries, only formal applications through the online system will be considered.
We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. The College is committed to improving the gender and cultural diversity of its workforce, holding an Athena SWAN award and operating Disability Confident & Mindful Employer schemes

Associate Lecturer in Sexuality

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We have an excellent opportunity for an Associate Lecturer for the following module/s:
Sexuality Level 5 (undergraduate)
30 hours (lectures and seminars)
Tues 6 to 9pm in term 1 (October to December 2022)
You will have knowledge of interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the sexuality, with a strong emphasis on psychosocial theory, cultural studies, postcolonial studies and gender and queer studies. You will have experience of seminar teaching at undergraduate level and will qualified to the corresponding level of the award as required to teach (or demonstrate equivalent professional/industry level experience).
Further to the person specification, essential requirements for this role are:
An interest in sexuality studies, psychosocial studies, postcolonial studies, gender studies, and intersectional approaches to the field of sexuality.
Please refer to the person specification for further selection criteria.
Remuneration
Payment is based on an hourly rate depending on length of continuous service with the College (starting rate £61.68 per hour inclusive of pro-rata London Allowance and holiday pay) for contact hours worked. This hourly rate is based on the starting point of Grade 7 and is inclusive of a ‘Duties Related to Teaching Multiplier’ which covers preparation, teaching, administration, assessment marking and other examining duties in connection with the course.
Enquiries
If you would like to know more about the role please click on apply below or contact Dr Brendan McGeever, at [email protected]
If you have technical issues or difficulties using the recruitment portal please contact [email protected], providing your name and the job reference number of the position.
While we are happy to respond to all informal enquiries, only formal applications through the online system will be considered.
We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. The College is committed to improving the gender and cultural diversity of its workforce, holding an Athena SWAN award and operating Disability Confident & Mindful Employer schemes

Associate Lecturer in Sexuality

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We have an excellent opportunity for an Associate Lecturer for the following module/s:
Sexuality Level 5 (undergraduate)
30 hours (lectures and seminars)
Tues 6 to 9pm in term 1 (October to December 2022)
You will have knowledge of interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the sexuality, with a strong emphasis on psychosocial theory, cultural studies, postcolonial studies and gender and queer studies. You will have experience of seminar teaching at undergraduate level and will qualified to the corresponding level of the award as required to teach (or demonstrate equivalent professional/industry level experience).
Further to the person specification, essential requirements for this role are:
An interest in sexuality studies, psychosocial studies, postcolonial studies, gender studies, and intersectional approaches to the field of sexuality.
Please refer to the person specification for further selection criteria.
Remuneration
Payment is based on an hourly rate depending on length of continuous service with the College (starting rate £61.68 per hour inclusive of pro-rata London Allowance and holiday pay) for contact hours worked. This hourly rate is based on the starting point of Grade 7 and is inclusive of a ‘Duties Related to Teaching Multiplier’ which covers preparation, teaching, administration, assessment marking and other examining duties in connection with the course.
Enquiries
If you would like to know more about the role please click on apply below or contact Dr Brendan McGeever, at [email protected]
If you have technical issues or difficulties using the recruitment portal please contact [email protected], providing your name and the job reference number of the position.
While we are happy to respond to all informal enquiries, only formal applications through the online system will be considered.
We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. The College is committed to improving the gender and cultural diversity of its workforce, holding an Athena SWAN award and operating Disability Confident & Mindful Employer schemes

Lecturer in Psychology (Fixed-Term)

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This is a full-time, fixed-term post until 31st July 2023.
Bishop Grosseteste University is based in the historic uphill area of the city, just a ten-minute walk away from the castle and cathedral and a range of other cultural and historical attractions. This is an exciting time of expansion and growth for the institution and BGU will be able to provide you with the opportunity to develop your career and contribute to our ongoing success.
We are seeking to appoint a collegial, enthusiastic Psychologist with relevant research and teaching expertise, and we would particularly welcome applications from those with specialisms in Developmental Psychology, Health Psychology, Research methods, Environmental Psychology.
The postholder must hold a doctorate (or be nearing completion) in a relevant field and will need a demonstrable passion for their subject alongside a commitment to providing a first-class student experience. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to core delivery on the BA (Hons) undergraduate Psychology programmes and to play a part in recruitment and research supervision.
BGU offers a generous employee benefits package including:
25 days holiday for Grades 1-6
35 days holiday for Grades 7+
Plus 3 additional discretionary days annual leave over the Christmas period
Various pension scheme options including a Local Government Pension Scheme offering up to a 19.5% Employer Contribution, a Teachers Pension scheme offering up to 23.68% Employer Contribution, and a 10% non-contributory pension for members of staff that do not wish to pay into a scheme.
Employee benefits app provided by Live Like Loyalty
Cycle to Work Scheme 
Electric Car Salary Sacrifice Scheme
24/7 Employee Assistance Programme including free online GP services and face to face counselling sessions
Agile Working Scheme to support employees work-life balance 
Informal enquiries about the post may be made in the first instance to Dr Sacha Mason, Head of Programmes for Education, Health and Lifelong Learning, by e-mail [email protected] (before 11th July) or Dr. Sue Becker, Head of Psychology, by email [email protected] (after 11th July)
Further details:

Bishop Grosseteste University values people and promotes equal opportunities.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Lecturer in Psychology (Fixed-Term)

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This is a full-time, fixed-term post until 31st July 2023.
Bishop Grosseteste University is based in the historic uphill area of the city, just a ten-minute walk away from the castle and cathedral and a range of other cultural and historical attractions. This is an exciting time of expansion and growth for the institution and BGU will be able to provide you with the opportunity to develop your career and contribute to our ongoing success.
We are seeking to appoint a collegial, enthusiastic Psychologist with relevant research and teaching expertise, and we would particularly welcome applications from those with specialisms in Developmental Psychology, Health Psychology, Research methods, Environmental Psychology.
The postholder must hold a doctorate (or be nearing completion) in a relevant field and will need a demonstrable passion for their subject alongside a commitment to providing a first-class student experience. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to core delivery on the BA (Hons) undergraduate Psychology programmes and to play a part in recruitment and research supervision.
BGU offers a generous employee benefits package including:
25 days holiday for Grades 1-6
35 days holiday for Grades 7+
Plus 3 additional discretionary days annual leave over the Christmas period
Various pension scheme options including a Local Government Pension Scheme offering up to a 19.5% Employer Contribution, a Teachers Pension scheme offering up to 23.68% Employer Contribution, and a 10% non-contributory pension for members of staff that do not wish to pay into a scheme.
Employee benefits app provided by Live Like Loyalty
Cycle to Work Scheme 
Electric Car Salary Sacrifice Scheme
24/7 Employee Assistance Programme including free online GP services and face to face counselling sessions
Agile Working Scheme to support employees work-life balance 
Informal enquiries about the post may be made in the first instance to Dr Sacha Mason, Head of Programmes for Education, Health and Lifelong Learning, by e-mail [email protected] (before 11th July) or Dr. Sue Becker, Head of Psychology, by email [email protected] (after 11th July)
Further details:

Bishop Grosseteste University values people and promotes equal opportunities.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.