|Location:||Kingston upon Hull|
|Salary:||£46,974 to £54,395|
|Placed On:||28th September 2023|
|Closes:||1st November 2023|
Applicants are required to submit a CV and Covering letter
About the role
The School of Psychology and Social Work is seeking to appoint two highly motivated and successful scientists in either Experimental Social Psychology or Social Neuroscience with the ability and skills to enable new insights into human or human-machine interactions. The successful candidates must demonstrate a firm commitment to research-led teaching and will be expected to teach, supervise and module co-ordinate on our BSc Psychology programme as well as supervise postgraduate research projects at Masters and PhD level.
About you (requirements)
You will have a track record of publishing in established international journals, enabling you to further enhance the world-class research and teaching in either Experimental Social Psychology or Social Neuroscience. You will have a vision and drive to develop an internationally competitive research portfolio and a clear view of how your research can be translated to achieve societal impact. Experience in gaining competitive research grants, as well as in establishing collaborations with public sector organisations would be advantageous. We are particularly interested in candidates who can further strengthen our research into the cognitive and neural processes involved in social interaction, human-machine interactions, group behaviour, and the processing of emotions.
The University of Hull’s strategic vision – inspired by society’s challenges and by the power of our global community – is firmly committed towards shaping a fairer, brighter, carbon-neutral future.
The School of Psychology and Social Work is part of the Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology is the largest subject area in the school and comprises more than 500 students and 30 staff. Our staff are a diverse, international group of academics and practitioners engaged in multidisciplinary teaching and innovative basic and applied research.
There are four research groups:
Psychology is part of the ESRC (White Rose) and EPSRC (AURA) doctoral training partnerships and within the University we have strong collaborative links with the Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR), the Centre for Human Factors, and the Energy & Environment Institute.
To discuss this role informally, please contact the Head of the School of Psychology and Social Work, Prof Igor Schindler (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01482 465563).
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