LCF - John Prince's St, London UK
£46,423 - £55,932 pa
This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of the established Post Graduate Applied Psychology in Fashion course in this expanding curriculum area for the College.
The successful candidate will be providing cover and support whilst the permanent Course Leader is on leave. We are therefore looking for someone who will provide temporary academic leadership and management to ensure the course runs smoothly and efficiently until the permanent Course Leader’s full return.
You will be responsible for making a substantial contribution to the course management ensuring that the curriculum is relevant, current and consistent with the missions of the Programme and of the Fashion Business School. You will also be expected to take part in teaching and assessment at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels. You will be research active and will contribute to cross-College research initiatives concerned with understanding the psychological phenomena across the realm of fashion. Your own areas of expertise will be in one or more of the following: organisational psychology, social cognition, lifespan development, self-identity and well-being, quantitative research methods.
Why choose us?
University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation, drawing together six Colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts.
London College of Fashion, UAL is undertaking an unprecedented programme of change. In 2023 we will be consolidating our existing six sites into a new purpose built campus as part of a new education and cultural district on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Ahead of this move, we welcome applications from candidates who live in and around East London, as well as from those keen to join us on this exciting and unique opportunity in our College’s history.
You are an expert in your field with a PhD in a domain of Psychology related to the above expertise areas and a successful research profile. You will have taught Psychology on a BPS accredited programme (or an international equivalent), ideally at Post Graduate level. You will possess a teacher training qualification and demonstrable ability to encourage, support and sustain the development and flourishing of students.
In return, University of the Arts London offers generous leave, pension and a commitment to your continuing personal development and training in an environment that encourages excellence, creativity and diversity.
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Closing date: 27 April 2021 23:55.
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