POSTED: 2nd February 2017

Applications are invited for three confirmation path positions at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level (equivalent to North American tenure track Assistant Professor/Associate Professor) in the Department of Psychology. One of the positions is for an appointment up to the Senior lecturer level and for a candidate with experience in designing and conducting fMRI research. The appointment for the other two positions is at the Lecturer level and areas of research are open, although candidates with backgrounds in Applied Cognitive (e.g., attention/decision making, human factors, forensic psychology, etc.) are particularly encouraged to apply. The main selection criterion for all the positions is the potential for international distinction in research, provided that there is flexibility in teaching.

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Please contact Rachel if you would like further details:


Applications are invited for five permanent full time posts in the Department of Psychology. The department is expanding due to significant and sustained success in student recruitment and satisfaction, research and innovation. We offer a vibrant and supportive academic community with an excellent research environment and facilities, and opportunities for professional development for staff.

We have a policy of linking our teaching, research and innovation, and are seeking highly motivated and collegial individuals who are passionate about their research and who can deliver high quality engaging teaching. We welcome applications from candidates in any area of Psychology who will enhance or extend the department's research strengths. We are seeking to make one appointment in the area of Disability and one appointment in the area of Clinical and/or Health Psychology (see:  

The successful candidates will have demonstrable evidence of research excellence that will enable them to contribute to the Department’s submission to the Research Excellence Framework, and will contribute to the teaching of psychology at undergraduate and postgraduate level. We are aiming to appoint candidates who can be in post by the summer of 2017.  

The closing date is 22 January 2017.

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For an informal discussion of the above posts please contact Dr James Ost, Interim Head, Department of Psychology (, or Professor Lorraine Hope (

FACULTY POSITION: lecturer in psychology
POSTED: 13th january 2016

Flinders University invites applicants for a Lecturer in Psychology in the School of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences. The appointee will be involved in research and publication, teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels, postgraduate student supervision, and academic administrative tasks.

The closing date is 11:00 am,  Wednesday 1 February 2017.

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For further information, contact: Prof Mike Nicholls at

TENURE TRACK FACULTY POSITION: Assistant Professor of Social Science Research Methods
POSTED: 23rd october 2016

The University of Washington Tacoma invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Social Science Research Methods in the Division of Social, Behavioral, and Human Sciences within the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (IAS). This is a full-time position with a 9-month service period. The successful candidate will be an intellectually expansive scholar with training in psychology or a related social science whose research and teaching incorporate qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed-methods. The candidate’s area of specialization is open; however, we have a strong preference for a candidate who conducts research that emphasizes diversity, disability, and/or social justice and can involve students or the Tacoma community more broadly, in line with the mission of our urban-serving university. The position will contribute to a new minor in Social Science Research Methods that focuses on providing students with training in research methodology and exposing them to a range of qualitative and quantitative methods in addition to teaching undergraduate courses that contribute to the Psychology major. As such, the successful candidate will have a proven record of research using cutting edge qualitative and/or quantitative methods, and the ability to teach courses in methodology and qualitative and/or quantitative methods, and introductory research methods in psychology. Preference will be given to those that can teach qualitative methods. 

Screening of applicants will begin December 1, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. For further information, e-mail Dr. Stephen Ross, search chair, at

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posted: 21ST SEPTEMBER 2016

The Department of Psychology at John Jay College, CUNY invites applications for TWO Tenure Track Faculty Positions at the Assistant or Associate rank, to begin fall 2017.  Successful candidates will bring enthusiasm and demonstrated commitment to teaching and working with diverse populations of students, maintain an active research and publication agenda, have the potential to obtain external funding, provide strong mentoring of students, and participate actively in public and professional service. 

The Psychology Department has significant strength in Forensic Psychology and seeks strong applicants with complimentary interests from the following areas (doctorate required): 

To apply:  Go to and click "Employment". Click "Search job listings". Search by job Opening ID # (15565). Click "more options to search for CUNY jobs".  Click "Apply Now" and follow the instructions.
Once registered or logged in, please submit a cover letter (indicate position for which you are applying: Developmental, Counseling, or Cognitive), CV, statements of teaching and research interests, and teaching evaluations if available.  Three reference letters should be sent via email to:, with your name in the subject line.  Questions about the positions can be sent to the same email address.
Review of applications begins October 15, 2016.

About John Jay’s Psychology Department

The Psychology Department currently has 40 full-time faculty committed to strong teaching and mentoring of our diverse student body.  A complete list of faculty and their interests can be found at:

The Psychology Department offers an undergraduate degree in Forensic Psychology, with roughly 2000 undergraduate majors.  Our well-established Master’s programs enroll more than 400 students from around the country and the world.  The Forensic Psychology MA Program has a thesis track leading to an independent research project; and, an externship/practice track with an array of clinical opportunities available to students.  The Forensic Mental Health Counseling MA Program integrates forensic training with a strong focus on counseling practice and skills, with similar clinical opportunities available to students, and graduates are eligible to apply for state licensure as mental health counselors.

The CUNY Graduate Center doctoral programs in Psychology & Law and Clinical Psychology are housed at John Jay as well.  The Psychology & Law program trains research-focused scholars.  The APA Accredited Clinical Doctoral Program endorses a scientist-practitioner model, maintaining a balance between research training and strong clinical preparation. Upon completion, clinical students are eligible to apply for state licensure as psychologists. (
About John Jay College and CUNY
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY), is an internationally recognized leader in educating for justice, committed to the advancement of justice and just societies. It is a public liberal arts college that enriches the entire learning experience by highlighting themes of justice across the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Located steps from Lincoln Center at the cultural heart of New York City, the college offers bachelors and masters degrees and participates in the doctoral programs of the Graduate School of the City University of New York. Under the leadership of its fourth president, Jeremy Travis, the college has experienced unprecedented faculty hiring, an expansion of its curricular offerings, and the opening in 2011 of a new 600,000 square foot building with a black-box theater, state-of-the-art lab space for students and faculty, a moot courtroom, and a variety of virtual learning settings.
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply.  At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups.  Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.

If anyone has any queries they should feel free to reach out to Deryn Strange (