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Associate Lecturer in Mental Health-24 month FTC

Faculty of Professional & Social Sciences

Company:  Middlesex University
Location:  Hendon
Starting Salary:  £32,407 to £37,165 per annum
Grade:  Grade 6
Contract Type:  Fixed Term - 24 months
Hours per Week:  35.5
Date Posted:  Thursday 29 April 2021
Closing Date:  Tuesday 18 May 2021
Interview Date:  Tuesday 25 May 2021
Reference:  HED406
Job Details:    Job Description    

Associate Lecturer in Mental Health, Department of Mental Health and Social Work 

•Are you interested in joining a dynamic team of mental health academics within a department that provides an inter-professional working environment and experience? 

•Are you keen to influence the future of mental health care – to be the best that it can be?

•Do you have a post-graduate MSc Psychology qualification and have a passion for teaching, learning, and research? 

The Department is seeking to recruit an Associate Lecturer, Mental Health to work primarily within the Mental Health nursing programmes but also across other mental health specialist post-graduate courses we deliver. 

The candidate should have an interest and some practice experience in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and motivational interviewing (MI) teaching and practice interventions. The candidate will also be required to deliver teaching and learning support to a wide and diverse group of students both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. 

We are seeking to recruit an associate lecturer with a strong background and experience in current mental health practice with evidence of a commitment to developing mental health education (both generic and more specifically nursing). The post-holder may hold a post-graduate MSc Psychology qualification with knowledge of key theories in human growth and development.

If you would like to discuss this role further please contact Adrian Jugdoyal, Director of Programmes (Mental Health) – or Head of Department Dr Lucille Allain –

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and requires a Disclosure and Barring Service certificate. You are therefore required to disclose details of any criminal record. ALL criminal convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings, even if they would otherwise be regarded as spent under this Act must be disclosed, as well as any other information that may have a bearing on your suitability for the post, including pending prosecutions.

The University will apply for a DBS certificate before your appointment is confirmed.

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