The role will be involved in:
developing, managing and delivering psychological research, advice and consultancy to support evidence based Army personnel policy and activities.
You will collate, advise and exploit human science research findings, assessing and conducting relevant national and international Defence and academic research, to support Army personnel practice, policy development and evaluation.
You will work collaboratively with colleagues across Defence and internationally.
The role will act as a project lead, or independent researcher, managing resources and conducting research activities such as survey design, statistical & qualitative analysis, interviews, focus groups, personal development interventions, lectures, workshops;
You will line manage Occupational Psychologists in training.
You will exploit project work, supporting stakeholders to embed and operationalise findings
Oversee or conduct various projects such as Continuous Attitude Surveys (CAS) FAMCAS (Family), AFCAS (Army), RESCAS (Reserves), team/ind development interventions, psychological assessments, Service Inquiry investigations, cultural & behavioural assessments, retention, satisfaction & engagement analysis.ResponsibilitiesYou will be required to have and provide evidence of a British Psychological Society (BPS) approved Honours Degree in Psychology and have been awarded Graduate Basis for Chartership.
You will also hold a BPS accredited MSc in Occupational Psychology.
The Senior (C1) role will have a minimum of 4 years relevant Postgraduate Psychology experience, registration with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Practitioner Psychologist and have Chartered Occupational Psychologist status.
There will be travel within the role