Associate Professor in Developmental Psychology (Temporary)
A two-year position as Associate Professor (SKO 1011) in Developmental Psychology is available at the Department of Psychology. The appointee will participate in research, teaching and supervision of students within the fields of developmental psychology across all study programs. The developmental psychology unit includes half of dozen permanent academic positions in addition to PhD-students and postdoctoral research fellows and dispose of several laboratory facilities, thus providing ample opportunities to develop joint research projects.
The position requires both an active research profile and competence in teaching in development psychology.
Applicants will be evaluated according to documented research activity and teaching competence within the field. Emphasis will be given to scientific production of high quality. Work experience including infants, children or adolescents, and diversity in teaching experiences will also be an advantage (form and level).
- Research qualifications at doctoral level (PhD or the equivalent) in psychology
- Research and teaching competence related to developmental psychology
- Ability to fill relevant teaching obligations at the Department.
- Diversity in teaching experiences (form and level)
- First-hand experience in conducting research with infants, children or adolescents
- Plans and ambitions for conducting high quality research and teaching activities within developmental psychology
Other, desired qualifications
- Willingness to participate in the Department´s activities in research, dissemination, administration and education at all levels
- Ability and willingness to communicate and collaborate broadly with team members
- An academically-stimulating working environment
- Salary level 617 800 – 743 100 reflecting level of competence/length of service
- Service Pension Fund scheme
- Good welfare benefits
The application should only include:
- Application letter
- CV (summarising education, positions, research experiences (including h-index and number of citations), teaching experiences, administrative experiences and other qualifying activity)
- A complete list of scientific publications (including the impact factor of the journals)
- Electronic copies of the five most important publications
- A brief research statement (max. 1 page)
Short-listed applicants will normally go through an interview process, and trial lectures may also be relevant for the final ranking of the applicants.
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