The University of Akureyri advertises a vacant full-time position for a tenure-track faculty member at the Department of Psychology, within the School of Social Sciences.
The University of Akureyri invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Psychology. Applicants qualified at the Associate or full Professor levels are also encouraged to apply. We are looking for an academic specialising in any subfield of psychology, but with preference given to candidates in the areas of clinical and/or developmental psychology. Applicants should have a strong research record, or potential for establishing such a record.
Intended starting date for the position is the 1st of December, 2019. The term of office is up to five years, after that the candidate can request a permanent position, according to Regulations no. 258/2016 on the Work of the Evaluation Committee and Hiring of Faculty at the University of Akureyri. A promotion can be considered on employment should the successful candidate be considered qualified as associate professor or full professor by the Evaluation Committee.
The primary responsibilities of the person selected for the position are teaching and research in the specified subfields of psychology. Their immediate superior is the head of the Faculty of Psychology. The job location is in Akureyri, North-Iceland.
All studies in psychology are taught in both on-campus and distance learning formats. There are approximately 330 students currently enrolled in degrees in psychology and the faculty is part of the School of Social Sciences. The faculty at the department of psychology conduct research in the fields of neuroscience, cognition and perception, behavioral analysis, psychometrics, adolescent research, as well as interdisciplinary research within UNAK and in collaboration with international partners.
Required education and qualifications:
The application shall be accompanied by the following documentation:
Applications will be accepted through September 1st, 2019. Applications and additional documents shall be sent electronically to the Rector’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org. No standardized application form is used.
Salary will be in accordance with the collective agreement between the Union of University Teachers in Akureyri (FHA) and the Minister of Finance.
The processing of applications, assessment of applicants’ qualifications, and selection are conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Act on Higher Education Institutions No. 63/2006, the Act on Public Higher Education Institutions 85/2008, the Regulations of the University of Akureyri No. 387/2009, with amendments, and the Regulations on the Work of the Evaluation Committee and Hiring of Faculty at the University of Akureyri No. 258/2016. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The University of Akureyri reserves the right to reject all applications. All applicants will be informed when a decision on recruitment has been made.
For further information, please contact Elín Díanna Gunnarsdóttir, Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, email: email@example.com.
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|Title||Assistant Professor of Psychology|
|Employer||University of Akureyri|
|Job location||Norðurslóð 2, 600 Akureyri|
|Published||July 19, 2019|
|Application deadline||September 1, 2019|
|Job types||Professor,   Assistant / Associate Professor,   Tenure Track  |
|Fields||Neuropsychology,   Sport Psychology,   Abnormal Psychology,   Applied Psychology,   Behavioural Science,   Biological Psychology,   Community Psychology,   Developmental Psychology,   Differential Psychology,    and 17 more. Educational Psychology,   Emotion,   Evolutionary Psychology,   Experimental Psychology,   Forensic Psychology,   Health Psychology,   Intrapersonal Communications,   Legal Psychology (Psychology and Law),   Media Psychology,   Organizational Psychology,   Personality Psychology,   Positive Psychology,   Psychoanalysis,   Psychophysics,   Quantitative Psychology,   Social Psychology,   Cognitive Psychology  |