The Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly motivated Training Pathways Project Administrator / Assistant Psychologist. If you have an interest in Clinical Psychology training, then this role provides a unique insight into the workings of a Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programme. You will also be involved in the development of new training pathways relating to cognitive behavioural therapy, systemic therapy and neuropsychology. 

The post-holder will provide day-to-day support to the Training Pathways lead as well as the wider Programme team. The role will involve meeting with module leads, external clinicians and liaising with professional bodies. There may also be opportunities for some research-based activity such as surveying supervisors and trainees. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a mature attitude to work and the ability to work independently. The capacity to work efficiently and to meet the project deadlines is essential.

The School of Psychology is committed to fostering a culture of equality, diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates, and particularly encourage applications from candidates belonging to groups who are under-represented within academic posts at the University, including, but not limited to: people from Black and minority ethnic groups; and disabled people. The School are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offer a range of family friendly policies, flexi-time and flexible working.

This position is offered on a fixed-term, full-time basis for 12 months and can be undertaken remotely and/or on the Highfield Campus. 

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact our Training Pathways Lead, Dr Warren Dunger,

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