Lecturer in Counselling (Part Time) 2 posts

Job type Blackburn College
Contract Type Permanent
Positions Available 2
Closing Date 25-06-2018
Salary Lecturer Points 23-37; £23,560 to £35,583 pro rata, per annum. Plus Market Premium of £3,000 pro-rata, per annum which will be reviewed annually.
Reference Code 3507
Hours Per Week 29.6 hours per week / 52 weeks per year
Interview Date 26-06-2018
Job Description

Lecturer in Counselling (Part Time) 2 posts

Hours: 29.6 hours per week / 52 Weeks per Year

Salary: Lecturer Point 23-37, £23,560 to £35,583 pro-rata, per annum. Plus Market Premium of £3,000 pro-rata, per annum which will be reviewed annually*

Please note the closing Date for this role has been extended to Monday 25th June 2018 at 9:00am. Interview date to be confirmed in due course.

We are looking to enhance our team of Counselling lecturers who teach on our highly successful and popular Counselling Foundation Degrees and BA with Honours programmes in the School of Health, Science and Technology. Our excellent quality Counselling provision attracts a high volume of students and our team are proud to have received over 90 per cent in overall satisfaction scores from students in the National Student Survey for the last two years.

This is an exciting and dynamic time for Counselling as a whole and at the University Centre at Blackburn College we are reflecting this with a full validation of our Counselling provision to ensure the currency and relevance of our course to meet the challenges of today’s job market.

You will play a key role in the teaching team on the Counselling programmes and more widely across the School of Health, Science and Technology. With an Honours degree and Masters degree in a relevant discipline and British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) accreditation or equivalent, you will demonstrate a clear and comprehensive understanding of contemporary developments within the Counselling sector. You must have relevant industrial and/or professional experience, and experience of contributing to learning, teaching and assessment (teaching or research-related) would be an advantage.

As an individual you will be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Blackburn College values diversity and is committed to creating a diverse workforce.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 9am Monday 18 June 2018

Candidates successful at the shortlisting stage will be invited to attend an interview on Tuesday 26 June 2018

*The market premium will be payable to successful candidates who have a BSc/BA Honours degree in a relevant subject, a Masters in a relevant subject and recent teaching experience in counselling based subjects.


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