The Department of Education is one of the six founding departments of the University of York. We are an international and diverse department with collegiality, inclusion and equality at the heart of our core values. As part of the Department's long-term strategic vision, we are seeking to recruit a new Professor of Psychology in Education. The Department is investing in this area, and has recently appointed two Lecturers in Mental Health and Wellbeing, and is currently recruiting an additional Lecturer in Psychology in Education to complement the Professorial appointment.
If appointed, you will join a collegial and supportive group of staff in the Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC). You will play part in the Centre’s growth, which provides an exciting opportunity to undertake excellent research in any field of psychology or in mental health and well-being (MHWB) in education.
Closing date:19 July 2018
Interviews will be held in York on: 23 August 2018
Salary will be commensurate with experience on the professorial scale: current minimum £62,585 per year.
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