The role of the Counselling Psychology Qualifications Board is to formulate and manage all matters relating to policy, procedure and assessment for the Qualification in Counselling Psychology.
The Board’s work is overseen by the society's Qualifications Committee (QC) which consists of the Chairs of all our Qualifications Boards.
The Board is seeking to appoint a member with current or recent experience (in the last three years) of teaching on a BPS-accredited professional doctorate in counselling psychology.
The applicant must have at least 2 years’ experience as both a Chartered Member of the BPS and Full Member of the Division of Counselling Psychology, and must be registered as a Counselling Psychologist with the HCPC.
The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to the development and enhancement of the Qualification in Counselling Psychology from an academic perspective.
The appointment is for three years.
The Board usually meets three times a year either face-to-face or via teleconference.
Face-to-face meetings are normally held in Leicester.
This is a voluntary role, although travel and subsistence expenses will be reimbursed in accordance with BPS policy.
Applications can be made via a Statement of Interest form available on request from [email protected].
Please also enclose a curriculum vitae.
Interested parties are welcome to contact the Qualifications Board with any queries about the role, via the email address above.
The deadline for applications is Monday 10 February 2020.