New Community Psychology Lecturership - University of Brighton

Posted on behalf of Carl Walker, Principal Lecturer, University of Brighton, School of Applied Social Science,

Location:  Brighton - Falmer

Salary:  £33,574 to £40,082 per annum 

Closing Date:  Wednesday 06 April 2016

Reference:  HA3128-16-050

Join our growing group of psychologists with an established reputation in applied, social, community and critical psychology.

In order to be successful within this role you will have a PhD in psychology (or near completion); an understanding of the interface between psychology and other social science disciplines and be eligible for membership of the British Psychological Society. You will have a career appropriate research profile in psychology that is relevant to policy and practice and fits with existing social science research strengths, as well as previous experience of learning and teaching.

Teaching a variety of applied psychology undergraduate and postgraduate programmes you will contribute to the delivery of core BPS psychology curriculum, including research methods, and have a teaching specialism that relates to community psychology.

We also welcome those with a research specialism related to health & well-being, gender and sexuality, crime, or consumption, sustainability and the environment.

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Last updated by Glenn Williams Mar 15, 2016.

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