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EASP – European Association of Social Psychology

Job ads for 3 jobs

20.03.2017, by Sibylle Classen

LSE -Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
Deadline for Applications: April 19, 2017

Post 1:
The LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science seeks to recruit an LSE Fellow in Organisational Psychology for one year in the first instance, starting in September 2017, with a second year subject to funding.

You will teach on the core course of the MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology, as well as being fully responsible for the MSc half-unit option on Group Dynamics, and contributing to other teaching responsibilities in the Department.

You should have research interests in Psychology with particular reference to the specialist field of organisational psychology. You will have a completed PhD in Psychology, or a closely related discipline, or be very close to having completed a PhD by the post start date. You will have experience of teaching, and the ability to teach the MSc Social and Organisational Psychology programme and also in the field of Group Dynamics (e.g., identity in organisations, leadership, group processes). It is desirable, but not essential, if you have some relevant practical experience of doing communications-related work in organisational settings. You should be able to evidence an evolving strategy for high-quality research that has the potential to result in internationally-leading publications. You should also have excellent written and oral communication skills.

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Post 2:
The LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science seeks to recruit an LSE Fellow with expertise in the field of the Social Psychology of Communication and Organisations for one year, starting in September 2017.

You will teach on two of our MSc degrees: the MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology and the MSc Social and Public Communication, as well as contributing to other teaching responsibilities in the Department.

You should have research interests in Psychology with particular reference to the specialist field of the social psychology of community and organisations. You will have a completed PhD in Psychology, or a closely related discipline, or be very close to having completed a PhD by the post start date. You will have experience of teaching, and the ability to teach the MSc Social and Organisational Psychology programme and also in the field of Group Dynamics (e.g., identity in organisations, leadership, group processes). It is desirable, but not essential, if you have some relevant practical experience of doing communications-related work in organisational settings. You should be able to evidence an evolving strategy for high-quality research that has the potential to result in internationally-leading publications. You should also have excellent written and oral communication skills.

The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification.

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Post 3:
The LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science seeks to recruit an LSE Fellow in Social and Cultural Psychology for one year, starting in September 2017, with the possibility of a second year subject to funding.

You will teach on the MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology, as well as contributing to other teaching responsibilities in the Department. You will also be required to teach in the areas of political psychology, identity and inter-group relations.
You should have research interests in Psychology with particular reference to the specialist field of social and cultural psychology. You will have a completed PhD in Psychology, or a closely related discipline, or be very close to having completed a PhD by the post start date. You will have experience of teaching, and the ability to teach the MSc Social and Cultural Psychology programme and also in the areas of political psychology, identity and inter-group relations. You should be able to evidence an evolving strategy for high-quality research that has the potential to result in internationally-leading publications. You should also have excellent written and oral communication skills.

The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification.

We offer an occupational pension scheme, generous annual leave and excellent training and development opportunities.

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