Psychodynamic Counselling Supervisors

Recruiter
NESCOT
Location
Epsom [Surrey]
Salary
£33.53 - £40 Per Hour, Salary negotiable dependant on skills and experience
Posted
11 May 2022 15:56
Closes
10 Jun 2022 23:59
Reference
0200
Sector
Higher Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing, Team Leader / Supervisor
Specialism
Health & Social Care / Counselling
Contract Type
Sessional / Hourly Paid
Hours
Hourly Paid
Organisational Type
Specialist College

Psychodynamic Counselling Supervisors

Psychodynamic Counselling Supervisors

Up to £40 per hour

Including market supplement dependant on skills and experience

We are currently seeking applications from professionally qualified psychodynamic counsellors to teach students studying on our Diploma and Foundation Degree in Psychodynamic Counselling.

The successful candidates will be qualified practising psychodynamic counsellors/ psychotherapists with BACP Accreditation or equivalent (or able to show eligibility) and ideally would have a background in teaching or training.  They will also have experience of working in a variety of settings i.e. a counselling agency, private practice and/or counselling related work in the public sector.  They will work according to the BACP/UKCP or related ethical framework. The candidates will manage their own student group and also be working as part of a team in the overall provision of the Diploma and Foundation Degree in Psychodynamic Counselling

The candidates must be able to demonstrate a good understanding of recent theoretical developments.  In addition, they must also be able to demonstrate their ability to hold boundaries and must be aware of Dual relationship: Having two kinds of relationship concurrently with the same person; for example, client and neighbour, colleague and trainee or supervisee and employee [reference to BACP Ethical Framework 33c and 33d, also 53 and 67].

The successful candidates will be expected to write reports regarding the competence and fitness to practise of the supervisees should have experience in formal teaching and assessment of student work, preferably at Diploma level or higher.  They must be able to demonstrate good administrative, organisational and communication skills and must be computer literate. 

Closing date for applications is Wednesday 1 June 2022

Interviews will take place Wednesday 8 June 2022