The Department of Education seeks to appoint a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor) to join its Psychology in Education Research Centre and contribute to research and teaching in the field of psychology in education.
We are looking to appoint an outstanding candidate with research expertise in an area of psychology applied to educational contexts, who will contribute to teaching and supervision on the BPS-accredited BSc and MSc Psychology in Education programmes and potentially to other programmes in the Department.
Your role will be to develop an ambitious programme of research (individually or collaboratively) and to lead on and/or contribute to the production of excellent research outputs and research outcomes. You will also be expected to design, develop and deliver teaching on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, to carry out supervision and to undertake a range of administrative and managerial responsibilities. We are open to applicants from all fields of psychology (e.g., social, cognitive, developmental, research methods) applied to education settings.
You will join a collegial and supportive group of staff in the Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC)http://www.york.ac.uk/education/research/perc/. The Department is proud to be recognised as one of the leading education departments in the country.
Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Paul Wakeling, Head of Department ((firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)1904 324329) or Professor Rob Klassen, Director of the Psychology in Education Research Centre (email@example.com / +44 (0)1904 324396).
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