With over 50,000 members, The British Psychological Society is the professional body for psychologists in the UK and the largest psychology community in Europe. An exciting opportunity is available for a professional and confident individual to join their successful Partnership and Accreditation Team, working out of the Society’s Leicester head office. The team is busy and hard-working, with responsibility for accrediting undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in psychology delivered across the UK and with our UK university partners internationally.



About the roles

Job Title: Partnership & Accreditation Officer
Salary: £32 - 35,000pa
Location: Leicester
Fixed term contract (12 months) maternity cover

The British Psychological Society are looking for a highly motivated individual to provide specialist advice and support to our partner courses and review teams. This is a strongly customer-facing role, requiring excellent interpersonal skills, confidence, and the ability to communicate effectively to different audiences. The post holder will be expected to undertake accreditation visits across the UK as well as internationally, in addition to contributing to and leading a number of other events and meetings as required. A willingness to travel regularly and extensively is essential, as is the ability to keep on top of multiple projects and tasks and to work flexibly. Previous quality assurance experience in Higher Education, or within a professional body environment, is desirable.

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How to apply

To apply please provide a CV and covering letter outlining how your knowledge, skills and experience would be suitable for this post and email to Personnel: [email protected]

When applying, could you please let The BPS know how you found out about this vacancy

Further information on the work of the Partnership and Accreditation Team can be found at www.bps.org.uk/accreditation

Closing Date: Tuesday 18 April 2017
Interviews to be held at The BPS offices in Leicester on Friday 28 April 2017