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LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW/FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY AT UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH, UK
POSTED: 13TH JUNE 2019

The Department of Psychology at the University of Portsmouth invites applications for a permanent full time post in Psychology and the Law/Forensic Psychology.

The successful candidate will have demonstrable evidence of research excellence, contribute to the Department’s submission to the REF 2021 and make a significant contribution to the teaching of Psychology at undergraduate level (which includes our BSc Forensic Psychology course) and to our MSc Forensic Psychology course. We are aiming to appoint someone who can be in post by September 2019.

Click here for the full job advert.

The closing date for applications is July 9, 2019.


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EARLY-CAREER RESEARCHER FELLOWSHIPS, CENTRE FOR SCAFFOLDING THE AGING MIND, MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY, AU
POSTED: 1ST MAY 2019

Are You an Early-Career Researcher Interested in Ageing or Memory?

The Centre for Scaffolding the Ageing Mind within the Faculty of Human Sciences at Macquarie University is inviting outstanding early career researchers (less than 3 years post-PhD) to apply for a Macquarie University Research Fellowship (MQRF). There are up to 10 competitive 3-year fellowships awarded across the University. See the invitation for more details about the fellowship and how to apply.

Find out more here.


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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OPENING (TENURE TRACK) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, CA
POSTED: 20TH JANUARY 2019

The Department of Psychology in the College of the Pacific at the University of the Pacific invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning August 2019. The Department specializes in Health-Related and Applied areas of Psychology, and is looking for faculty whose expertise will both complement and expand on those of current faculty. We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in Functional Assessment and Treatment of Problem Behavior with any populations, and/or Early Behavioral Intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Responsibilities include: Teaching courses in our undergraduate/graduate psychology program within the liberal arts college of the University, developing and maintaining an active research program, supervising undergraduate/graduate research, and participating in shared faculty governance. Courses taught will be a mixture of advanced undergraduate/graduate courses in area of expertise and contribution to rotation of major courses. Preference will be given to applicants with a strong commitment to both teaching undergraduates and pursuing research in a liberal arts environment, as well as experience working with diverse populations.

The Department of Psychology consists of 7 full-time faculty that provide coursework in theoretical and research foundations of psychology, with intensive student involvement in research and applied experiences. Psychology is one of the largest majors in the University, with approximately 170 undergraduate majors. The Department also houses a Masters Degree program focused on Applied Behavior Analysis and Doctoral Preparation for Behaviorally-Oriented Clinical Psychology Ph.D. programs. The graduate course sequence and supervised clinical experience are approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Candidates with expertise in these areas would be expected to contribute to the graduate as well as undergraduate programs. Click here for more information about the department.

Pacific is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please click here to access further details and information for this position.