[Comp-neuro] job offers at the University of Plymouth

Caroline Floccia caroline.floccia at plymouth.ac.uk
Fri Oct 30 17:04:11 CET 2009


*Dear colleagues,*


**

*With a very short deadline for application, here are 3 job offers (1 Chair
and 2 Lecturers) at the University of Plymouth, potentially in cognitive
neuroscience. Please pass it on as it can be of interest for many people.*

*Thanks, Caroline
*

*
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*The University of Plymouth*

*School of Psychology*

* *

*Chair in Psychology*

*Salary negotiable on Senior Managers Scale                        Ref:
A1413*

* *

The School is looking to fill the following roles in order to complement and
build upon its existing research strengths. In the recent RAE the School was
ranked in the top third of psychology departments in the UK, with 85% of its
research activity judged to be of international standard.



Currently the School has established expertise in several fields, with
research organised around the recently recognised University Research Centre
in Brain, Cognition and Behaviour.The centre encompasses research excellence
in Thinking and Reasoning, Memory,Vision, Behavioural Neuroscience, Language
Development, Social Psychology, Health and Well Being and Human Factors.



We will consider applications from outstanding applicants in any area of
Psychology, but would particularly welcome candidates in the areas of
Cognitive, Social or Developmental Neuroscience.



You should have an excellent research track record as demonstrated through
world leading research activity.



For an informal discussion, please contact by email Professor Simon Handley,
Head of School at  simon.handley at plymouth.ac.uk although applications must
be made in accordance with the details shown below.



*A Final Salary Pension Scheme is available.*

* *

*To apply, please visit www.plymouth.ac.uk/vacancies*

*Email: jobs at plymouth.ac.uk*

*Tel: 01752 588199 (24 hour answerphone).*

* *

*Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 30 November 2009.*

* *

*Promoting Equality and Diversity.*

* *

* *

* *

*Lecturers in Psychology (2 posts)*

*£30,594 to £35,469 pa
Ref: A1411*

* *

The School is looking to fill the following roles in order to complement and
build upon its existing research strengths. In the recent RAE the School was
ranked in the top third of psychology departments in the UK, with 85% of its

research activity judged to be of international standard.



Currently the School has established expertise in several fields, with
research organised around the recently recognised University Research Centre
in Brain, Cognition and Behaviour.The centre encompasses research excellence
in Thinking and Reasoning, Memory,Vision, Behavioural Neuroscience, Language
Development, Social Psychology, Health and Well Being and Human Factors.



We will consider applications from outstanding applicants in any area of
Psychology, but would particularly welcome candidates in the areas of

Cognitive, Social or Developmental Neuroscience.



We are looking to appoint candidates who have a strong research track record
as demonstrated through publication and income generation.

You would be expected to contribute to one of these research groups, or be
involved in the creation of a new research grouping.



For an informal discussion, please contact by email Professor Simon Handley,
Head of School at  simon.handley at plymouth.ac.uk although applications must
be made in accordance with the details shown below.



*A Final Salary Pension Scheme is available.*

* *

*To apply, please visit www.plymouth.ac.uk/vacancies*

*Email: jobs at plymouth.ac.uk*

*Tel: 01752 588199 (24 hour answerphone).*

* *

*Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 30 November 2009.*

* *

*Promoting Equality and Diversity.*


-- 
Dr. Caroline Floccia
Lecturer
PSQ A213
School of Psychology
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus
Devon PL4 8AA
tel: (+0044) 1752 584822

-- 
Dr. Caroline Floccia
Lecturer
PSQ A213
School of Psychology
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus
Devon PL4 8AA
tel: (+0044) 1752 584822
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