Tutor in Counselling/Health and Wellbeing Practice

CU Coventry
Coventry, West Midlands
£35,831 pro rata per annum
02 Dec 2020
15 Dec 2020
Job Level
Contract Type
Part Time

(0.6 FTE), Permanent

CU Coventry is seeking to employ a qualified and experienced tutor for teaching on existing counselling related modules and contribute towards developing excellent learning content for a brand-new degree BA Health and Wellbeing Practice (HWP). Appointments will include the preparation, delivery, marking and supervision of course materials, module leadership and other associated duties.

A background in integrative counselling/ psychology/ wellbeing with a focus on coaching and mentoring is desirable. It is essential that you have an innovative approach to teaching, learning and assessment with a willingness to teach across multiple core areas and the ability to contribute to curriculum development. Having experience of placement coordination is an added advantage.

You will be self-motivated and able to work flexibly to deliver outstanding teaching and classroom support to students. You need to be academically qualified and hold a recognised teaching qualification or working towards one. You need to be an enthusiastic and inspiring individual from an academic or professional background to teach on an undergraduate and/or foundation programmes during the day, evenings, weekends and online.

We are interested to hear from candidates who have prior HE teaching experience and can teach at undergraduate level comfortably across the following key areas:

It is essential you hold at least a Masters’ Degree in a relevant Discipline/equivalent professional qualification with significant practical work experience in a related discipline. You will have or be willing to achieve a relevant teaching qualification such as PGCHE/Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellow/ Fellow) accreditation.

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Application closing date: 15/12/20

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