Job offer in england Psychology Experimental Officer at Arden University
About Arden University
At Arden University our vision is to make education more accessible, engaging and beneficial to people everywhere. 2019 will be an exciting year for the University as we continue with our transformation and development programme, driving an industry-leading learner experience and further developing our innovative ‘compressed-blended’ full-time degrees across 5 campus locations.
We are a values-driven organisation, and in line with our values of supportiveness, integrity, innovation and ownership, we want to make sure that each of our study centres is delivering an outstanding student experience that is completely aligned to our brand promise, whilst providing a tailored and personalised experience reflective of the local needs and culture of the student and staff profile. We pride ourselves on the relationships we build with our students and the importance our staff across the organisation place on supporting students to realise their potential. We recognise that the pressures of people’s hectic, modern lives often means our students are constrained – by location, cost, family/caring commitments or simply time. By making our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes available through both online distance learning and flexible on-campus ‘blended’ study, we have been able to support students ranging from 18 to 80 years old to achieve their ambitions and benefit from Higher Education.
Vacancy: Psychology Experimental Officer (0.5 FTE based at Coventry)
Due to our growing Psychology portfolio at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, we are seeking to appoint a Psychology Experimental Officer. This role will be to support Arden BSc and MSc Psychology students in planning and carrying out practical work relevant to their degree studies whilst working with academics to develop and enhance Arden resources in the discipline. This will involve providing advice and guidance to staff and students, running tutorials and demonstrations as well as to provide training on Psychology-specific resources. You will also oversee access to resources, for example by administering software licences to students and their access to such resources.
You will hold a good degree in Psychology and be eligible for BPS GBC. You will have knowledge and experience of how to carry out research projects and an excellent understanding of psychological research methods and statistics relevant to Psychology. You should also have some experience of teaching students in HE or FE. You should be able to demonstrate IT skills appropriate to the role, including knowledge of Psychology software and how it is used (SPSS, Superlab, OpenSesame), some knowledge of programming would also be desirable. You must have effective written, verbal and time management skills and be able to work on your own initiative.
This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education – please get in touch to receive a fuller job specification.