Applications are invited from outstanding candidates with research interests that lie in social psychology, or a cognate social science discipline, that bear on communication and social interaction. The candidate should have teaching experience and be able to contribute to the delivery and development of BSc Social Psychology as well as the development of new MA degree pathways in communication and social interaction.
Candidates are expected to have a completed PhD in a social science discipline, an active research profile, the clear potential to contribute to the Department’s research culture, a strong commitment to high quality teaching in an HE environment, and to support the University Strategy, Building Excellence. The lectureship will commence as soon as possible following interview.
[NB: “Lecturer” in the UK system is equivalent to the North American “Assistant Professor” position]