Lecturer in Psychology
Royal Holloway, University of London - Department of Psychology
|Salary:||£41,030 to £48,548 per annum, includes London Allowance|
|Placed on:||5th October 2016|
|Closes:||6th November 2016|
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Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London. This post will consolidate and enhance the department’s reputation as a centre for excellence in research and teaching.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding researcher with a track record of publishing internationally leading research, preferably in the areas of psychological disorders, cognitive neuropsychiatry, and/or affective neuroscience, and who brings new opportunities to deliver ground-breaking discoveries. S/he will also make a leading contribution to teaching on our successful new MSc Clinical Psychology, with a focus in the area of psychological disorders.
We offer a dynamic and supportive environment, in an internationally recognized department that ranks among the best in the United Kingdom for research (6th in REF 2014). We offer a host of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including our highly successful MSc and Doctorate programmes in Clinical Psychology.
The Department has excellent facilities for undertaking research in a broad range of areas, with state-of-the-art facilities available, such as MRI, EEG, TMS, eye trackers, cognitive behavioural testing suites, social, clinical, and infant observation labs. It also has strong links with external organisations including hospitals, schools, as well as government, industrial, and charity organisations.
The College is situated in a beautiful, leafy campus based in Egham, Surrey that is close to both Central London and Heathrow Airport, and that is undergoing major investment to provide outstanding facilities for the future.
Successful applicants should hold a PhD and possess an excellent research record, as evidenced by publications, research grants, and/or the potential to produce work with broader societal impact. They should also possess the broad range of skills needed to teach effectively, and should be enthusiastic about contributing to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Information about our existing research and teaching programmes can be found at http://www.rhul.ac.uk/psychology/home.aspx ).
Informal enquiries regarding this post can be directed to Head of Department Professor Kathy Rastle (Kathy.Rastle@rhul.ac.uk).
Please quote the reference: 1016-329.
Interview Date: November 30th 2016
The College is committed to equality and diversity, and encourages applications from all sections of the community.
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