The Department of Education at the University of York is seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer (Teaching & Scholarship) in Psychology in Education from 1st January 2022 for 12 months.
The post provides an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate who will contribute to teaching and supervision on the BPS-accredited BSc Psychology in Education, the MSc Psychology in Education and the MSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing in Education programmes. The Associate Lecturer will be a member of the Psychology in Education Research Centre (PERC).
The post is suitable for an experienced tutor in psychology, education, or a related discipline who has established a track record of high quality teaching and who is also committed to excellence in teaching and supervision. The successful applicant will play a full part in the teaching, supervision and administration of the Department, and will join a collegial and supportive group of staff in the Psychology in Education Research Centre.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates with knowledge of or prior experience in teaching in the field of individual differences / cognitive abilities.
You must meet the following essential criteria:
The appointments will be from 1 January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a full- time post available on a fixed term basis until 31st December 2022
Interview date: to be confirmed
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