Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology (REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY)

University of Lincoln
June 11, 2024
Offerd Salary:£37,099
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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology (REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY) School of Psychology

Location: Lincoln Salary: From £37,099 per annum Please note, this post is permanent and full time at 1.0 FTE. Closing Date: Tuesday 11 June 2024 Interview Date: Monday 17 June 2024 Reference: CHS121

Lecturer salary from £37,099 per annum.

Senior Lecturer from £42,978 per annum.

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual who can contribute to our teaching, research, and academic community, to join us as a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology.

You will be responsible for delivering engaging lectures and seminars to undergraduate and postgraduate students in various areas of psychology, as well as developing and enhancing course materials, assessments, and teaching resources. You will also contribute to curriculum design and innovation, engage in research activities aligned with your expertise and interests, and provide academic support and mentorship to students.

You will need to be an excellent team player, as well as capable of developing and leading your own research agenda in line with the University research strategy. You will need to be able to demonstrate how you will be ready for future REF submission through a publication record and research trajectory that demonstrates high quality. There will be opportunities to develop your knowledge and expertise through staff development courses and events.

The School of Psychology at the University of Lincoln is among the Top 40 in the 2021 Research Excellence Framework and 99% of our research was judged to be of international significance, with all of our work having internationally excellent real-world impact.

The School further has a purpose built building shared with the School of Health and Social Care with an extensive range of well-equipped dedicated research equipment including EEG, TMS, Eye tracking (Tobii, Eyelink, DPI, Ober and VSG), Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound imaging and a 3D body and face scanner. There are also specific labs dedicated to Psychobiology, Sleep and Baby research and resources to support comparative / animal-based research in the field.

If you would like further information or an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity, please contact our Deputy Head, Dr Hannah Merdian ([email protected]) or our Director of Research, Prof Amanda Roberts ([email protected]).

This is a redeployment opportunity for colleagues who have been placed at risk of redundancy only, which includes anyone on a fixed term contract which is due to end on or before 31 August 2024.

The University of Lincoln and the School of Psychology are committed to the advancement and progression of women in science, as demonstrated by the School's Athena SWAN Silver Gender Equality Charter award. We recognise the positive impact of diversity and strive to cultivate an inclusive environment, where everyone feels welcome, respected, and empowered. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, and particularly those from Black and UK Ethnic Minority communities and candidates with disabilities, as they are currently under-represented at this level.

We recognise the value that diverse perspectives bring to our team and believe that a rich mix of experiences enhances creativity, innovation, and problem- solving. As part of our commitment to equality, we strive to create an environment where everyone feels welcome, respected, and empowered.

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