Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Sheffield Hallam University


Closing date:   12 September 2022
Location:   Sheffield
Region:   Yorkshire
Employment type:   Full Time
Salary:   £35326 to £51799 per annum, dependent on experience


Working with us in the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity you can help transform the lives of our undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as enhance our extensive research and knowledge transfer profile. We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the area of Sport and Exercise Psychology.
The MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology is an accredited programme through the British Psychological Society (BPS). You must hold HCPC registration in the area of sport and exercise psychology and will be expected to contribute to the leadership and management of the MSc programme as well as inputting across a range degree courses.
You will engage students through collaboration in an enterprising and innovative curriculum which will help prepare them for their long-term career progression. You will contribute to other areas including supervision of student projects and work-based placements. You will also contribute to research and innovation aligned with the Sport and Physical Activity Research Centre and undertake other forms of scholarly activity as part of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team. You must have experience of teaching learners from diverse backgrounds in a relevant educational context. The ability to design and deliver innovative and inclusive learning experiences, as well as current knowledge and understanding of theoretical and applied issues relevant to sport and exercise psychology is essential.

For this job we particularly welcome applications from female and / or minority ethnic applicants who are underrepresented in this area at Sheffield Hallam. The University may be able to sponsor the employment of international applicants in this role; this will depend on a number of factors specific to the individual applicant.

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