National Qualifying Courses
We invite applications from full members of the IGA with at least three years of post-qualifying experience to join the current team of dissertation supervisors/markers. Our team is comprised of graduates from the Qualifying Courses in both Manchester and London. Applications from Manchester graduates will be especially welcome. We are responsible for supervising and marking our students’ concluding academic submissions at the end of their training.
We require people with a sound knowledge of group-analytic theory and practice. The supervisors support the work of final year QC students and the role provides supervisors/markers with an ideal opportunity to develop, in a creative way, their group analytic knowledge and their teaching/supervisory interests. You will join the national team of supervisors and markers who work on an integrated basis to offer training and support, and who enjoy peer supervision. On students’ submission of their dissertations, they are each marked by two members of our team – their own supervisor and another – and the marksheets then go on to our external examiner for final adjudication.
Supervisors each have one, two or three students and they offer a minimum of 3 x 1.5 hours supervision sessions to each of them. You will also mark between 2 and 3 papers in collaboration with a second marker. You will be invited to attend the National Dissertation Supervisors and Marker’s meeting for induction. These meetings take place two or three times in the year. We are currently meeting online.
For an informal conversation about the role contact, John Schlapobersky, email@example.com or Linde Wotton, ICC-Chair@groupanalysis-uk.co.uk
To apply please send a letter electronically providing evidence that you meet the criteria in the role description, together with your CV to Sam Evans, Operations and Centre Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: Monday 22nd February 2021
Interviews: To be held in February on dates to be agreed
Post inception: March 2021.