Academic tutors

An exciting opportunity has arisen to increase capacity in the teaching team in the Institute of Family Therapy (IFT), the leading independent family therapy organisation in the UK.
This coincides with the relocation of IFT’s London office to its new premises in the City of London, transformations in our staff team, and our reconfiguration of activities in response to current events, including developing our existing In-house training portfolio.

We are currently reminded of our pledge to oppose racism and hate, and IFT is privileging issues of diversity and inclusion and actively developing the Institute in fulfilling its potential to extend the systemic profession in this area.

We are seeking enthusiastic, energetic people to work with our team as academic tutors.

If this is you, please send your cv with a covering letter explaining why you want to apply for the post, and what skills and knowledge you would bring, to Shila Rashid, Clinical Training Lead: shilarashid@ift.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 18th June 2021
Interviews on: 24th June 2021
Agency Supervision Groups

We are also looking to extend our partnership working by delivering more supervision groups in different agency contexts to ensure trainees get breadth of experience.

If you would like to collaborate with us in providing these exciting opportunities to our trainees, please contact Shila Rashid, Clinical Training Lead:

Email: shilarashid@ift.org.uk
Tel: 020 7391 9150

We look forward to hearing from you.

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