Lecturer in Biological Psychology

University of the West of Scotland - School of Media, Culture and Society

The UWS School of Media, Culture & Society is seeking to appoint a lecturer in Biological Psychology to further strengthen the School’s academic profile in this area. 

Applicants with experience of adopting an experimental approach to their research will be at an advantage.  Applicants should have a PhD (or equivalent qualification). The successful candidate will be responsible for contributing to an excellent student experience by planning, developing and delivering an exciting curriculum utilising contemporary forms of pedagogy. They will produce and publish excellent research outputs commensurate with the stage of their career and an ability or potential to attract independent research funding to support this work. An internationalised experience is central to the UWS student experience and the successful candidate will support initiatives for staff and students to engage in international activities. MCS is a multi-discipline School and the successful candidate will be able to identify and utilise the opportunities this affords. The ability to organise and carry out teaching, supervision, and research to the highest standard is essential. 

Informal enquiries in the first instance to Professor Jim McKechnie, Education Lead on 0141 848 3784, email: jim.mckechnie@uws.ac.uk or Professor Derek Carson, Dean of School on 0141 848 3983, email: derek.carson@uws.ac.uk 

Further information, including details of how to apply are available at https://jobs.uws.ac.uk/ 

Closing date:     Sunday, 30th October 2016

Interview date: Friday, 9th December 2016 

UWS is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups.

UWS is a “Two Ticks” Employer.

University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520

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