Senior Lecturer in Mental Health (CBT)
£40,322 - £51,034 pa dependent on skills and experience
Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire
The School of Health and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire is
seeking to enhance our highly successful BABCP-accredited programmes by
recruiting an additional senior lecturer to join the well-established and
expert academic team.
The School has a long-established reputation as a centre for excellence for
healthcare education. Our vision is to transform lives through our
education, research and community engagement activities. The provision of
high-quality mental health related programmes, including CBT and IAPT, is
central to this vision.
Main duties & responsibilities
You will work within the mental health team of the Department of Nursing,
Health & Wellbeing, to undertake planning, teaching, assessment and
evaluation of programmes of learning related to CBT, including IAPT (and to
teach on other appropriate programmes as required).
You will be expected to engage in scholarly and research activity, promote
and maintain the policy of equal opportunities and participate in other
academic activities within the School and University. You will be required
to teach and develop the curriculum within designated modules and have the
potential to contribute to our short courses. You will perform
administrative and quality assurance duties and will contribute to
Programme Development teams, examination boards and the monitoring and
review panels as appropriate. In addition to this you will represent
CBT/mental health both locally and nationally and will contribute to
departmental activities and national networks.
Skills and experience needed
You will have substantial proven experience of delivering high quality CBT
approaches and have experience of providing supervision related to CBT
practice, including high intensity IAPT. You will also have a record of
publication and/or engagement in research or consultancy work. You will
have complex interpersonal skills, particularly in written and verbal
communication. You will also have a high standard of negotiation and
You will hold a degree in a relevant mental health subject and a post
graduate qualification at Masters or equivalent, relevant to mental health.
You will also be registered with NMC, HCPC or other similar professional,
statutory and regulatory body and will be accredited with BABCP as a
Contact Details/Informal Enquiries
Greg Rooney, Professional Lead for Mental Health 01707 285157 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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13 July 2020.
morning of Tuesday 21 July 2020.
REHABILITATION OF OFFENDERS ACT
DISCLOSURE AND BARRING SERVICE
This post is exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as
amended. The University requires that the successful applicant who is
offered employment may be subject to a criminal record check from the
Disclosure Barring Service before the appointment is confirmed. An Enhanced
Disclosure will be required, and this will include details of cautions,
reprimands or final warnings, as well as convictions. The University of
Hertfordshire complies with the ‘Code of Practice for Registered Persons
and other recipients of Disclosure Information’.
Overseas applicants and UK applicants who have lived abroad
Successful applicants from overseas may be required to produce a criminal
records check, or ‘Certificate of Good Character’, from any country in
which they have been resident, consecutively or cumulatively, in the
previous 10 years.
Our vision is to transform lives and UH is committed to Equality, Diversity
and Inclusion and building a diverse community. We welcome applications
from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of their
protected characteristics. We offer a range of employee benefits including
generous annual leave and discounted Sports Village memberships, personal
and professional development and family friendly-policies. #GoHerts
Find out more at herts.ac.uk