a) Job offers and b) Masters and PhD programs (sorted by deadline)
a) Job offers
Post: Location: THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY at THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM in ISRAEL
Deadline: September 30, 2015
THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY at THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM in ISRAEL invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position (rank commensurate with qualifications and experience) in social psychology, broadly defined (including but not limited to topics such as affective and social neuroscience, judgment and decision making, and cultural psychology). The appointment is to begin October 2016, pending budgetary approval. The Psychology Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at the forefront of psychological research in Israel (http://psychology.huji.ac.il) and is committed to excellence in research and in graduate and undergraduate teaching.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, a sample of reprints and preprints and three letters of reference. General questions and application materials should be submitted electronically to Maya Tamir at HebrewU.firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin in November 2015 and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates can find information about additional ongoing searches in other tracks on the departmental website (http://psychology.huji.ac.il).
Post: Location: University of Haifa, Department of Human Services, Israel
Deadline: November 1, 2015
The Faculty of Social Welfare & Health Sciences is pleased to invite applicants for an open-rank tenure-track faculty position in theÂ Department of Human Services, at the University of Haifa. Expected starting date October 2016.
The successful applicant will be expected to teach and supervise students for undergraduate and advanced degrees, initiate research and apply for research grants, and contribute to the field of Human Services. Further information about the Departmental can be found on the website: http://hw.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/departments/human
The University of Haifa is a research institution committed to generating high-quality research as well as to educating tomorrow's leaders. The Department of Human Services is an interdisciplinary department aimed at studying human services in its broadest sense, including internal services (e.g., human resources) as well as external services (e.g., marketing), investigating the profit & not-for-profit sectors. The growth and change of the human services sector increases the need both for research in this domain and for the ongoing training of professionals. The University of Haifa is known for its unique heterogeneous and culturally diverse population, located on the beautiful Mount Carmel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Ph.D. in the behavioral and social sciences, and areas of interest relevant to the Department (e.g., labor studies, social policy, consumption society, marketing and consumer behavior, organizational behavior, organizational psychology, human resources management and employees‘ welfare, management, performance evaluations and leadership in non-profit organizations, nonprofit human services, civil society, technology-based services and related information systems, and other sub-domains related to the service sector),
Publications in top peer-reviewed journals,
Teaching experience and ability to teach in Hebrew,
Experience in supervising M.A. (and possibly Ph.D.) thesis students is preferable,
Priority for those who have had Post-Doctoral training overseas.
Interested applicants are asked to send the following information:
CV including publication list, teaching experience and names of 3 referees.
Up to three selected publications.
A cover letter describing research areas and research plans, as well as potential contribution to the Department of Human Services.
The requested materials, and any preliminary queries, should be sent to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Gil Luria, at: email@example.com no later than November, 1st, 2015.
The academic rank depends on the qualification of the candidate.
Filling the position depends upon academic and financial considerations.
This job posting applies to women and men alike and without distinction of religion, ethnic origin, and/or age.
The University is not obliged to choose one of the applicants.
b) Masters and PhD positions/programs/scholarships
Post: Location: Université catholique de Louvain (UCL, Belgium)
Deadline: September 15, 2015
A 4-year PhD position in psychology at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL, Belgium) on Compensation in interpersonal and intergroup judgments
The Center for the Study of Social Behavior (CECOS) of the Institute for Research in Psychological Sciences of the UCL invites candidates for a four-year PhD position on a research project aimed at advancing knowledge of social, cognitive and emotional factors involved in social perception. The specific focus of the project will be on the pattern of compensation in interpersonal perception and intergroup relations.
The PhD project will be supervised by Prof. Vincent Yzerbyt (Université catholique de Louvain) and is part of the larger program conducted by Vincent Yzerbyt at the Center for the Study of Social Behavior (CECOS) which also comprises Prof. Olivier Corneille, Prof. Stéphanie Demoulin, and Prof. Rafaelle Dumas. Of Note, the CECOS is closely associated with the Center for Organization and Work Psychology and is one of several centers of the Institute for Research in Psychological Sciences (IPSY) of the UCL. IPSY brings together more than 35 academic and research faculty and currently trains more than 130 Ph.D. students. IPSY is located in Louvain-la-Neuve, one of the 5 campuses of the UCL, a major European research university, and an exciting forty-year-old city, with some 20,000 students (out of the 30,000 attending UCL) and as many inhabitants. Louvain-la-Neuve is about 25 km in the South of the culturally vibrant and highly international city of Brussels, with an easy commute by train and easy access by car.
For this position, candidates should be highly motivated, self-driven researchers willing to pursue a PhD in Psychology. They should have completed a Master’s degree in Psychology with at least the level of distinction, and possess good knowledge of research methods and data analysis (a Research Master’s is an additional asset) as well as active knowledge of both written and spoken English (a good level of spoken French is a plus).
The successful candidate will receive a competitive scholarship for a period of 4 years towards a PhD degree in Psychological Sciences. The scholarship entails full access to research facilities of the UCL and comes with multiple benefits (health insurance, access to university infrastructure and sports facilities, etc.) During the 4 years, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in research collaborations and international conferences as the members of CECOS are strongly tied to a number of international societies (EASP, SPSP, SESP, etc.) and research networks (ESCON, ISCON, etc.).
Interested candidates should contact Vincent Yzerbyt for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications may be sent to: email@example.com, along with a recent CV along with a motivation letter and at least one recommendation letter.
Deadline: September 15th, 2014
Post: Location: Saarbruecken, Germany
Deadline: September 30, 2015
PhD position Social Psychology (Self-Regulation)
Location: Saarbruecken, Germany
Begin: At your earliest convenience
Duration: 36 months
The Division of Social Psychology at Saarland University in Saarbruecken, Germany, is seeking to fill a PhD position in a research project funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG). The research project revolves around impaired self-control performance after an initial exertion of self-control (ego depletion). Specifically, we are examining psychophysiological processes underlying ego-depletion to learn more about the mechanisms underlying the phenomenon. The project is supervised by Prof. Malte Friese and Dr. David Loschelder (Saarland University, Germany), as well as Dr. Veronika Job (University of Zurich, Switzerland).
- Preparation of study materials and running empirical studies
- Data analysis and documentation
- Presentation of study results at national and international conferences
- Publication of results in international scientific journals
- Supervision of Bachelor and Master theses
It is an essential requirement that the candidate has a Master’s/Diploma degree in Psychology or a related field.
The following qualifications are of particular interest for this position:
- Interest in psychological research in the field of self-regulation and self-control
- Enthusiasm, self-reliance, ability to work in a team
- Interest in (and possibly experience with) psycho-physiological indicators (e.g., blood pressure, heart rate)
- Profound English language proficiency
- Experience with empirical research projects
- Profound methodological and statistical knowledge
- A young and curious research team with an enjoyable work atmosphere
- Insights into various fields of (applied) social psychology
- Excellent research conditions (i.e., psycho-physiological laboratory, software, research assistants, etc.)
- A structured research project with spelled-out experiments, yet sufficient room for candidate’s own ideas and interests
- Close supervision during the PhD project
- Frequent exchange with Veronika Job’s research group in Zurich
- National and international contacts and collaborators
- Opportunity to participate in training seminars on teaching, leadership and scientific presentations
Salary is based on the German TV-L system.
Saarland University is seeking to increase the number of women in scientific positions and thus strongly encourages female candidates to apply for this position.
Candidates with a physical disability have higher chances to secure this position provided they are equally qualified.
Please apply via email until September 30, 2015 to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The application should include a letter detailing your motivation, a CV, a transcript of records, two references and your master’s thesis in one PDF-document. Please state the reference “W995” in your email.
Feel free to contact Malte Friese for any further information concerning this position (email@example.com).
Research Master's programme in Psychology
Location: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Research Master's programme in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam
Students interested in pursuing a career in science are encouraged to apply to our two-year Research Master in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam . Students choose from six specialisations in Psychology, one as their major and one as their minor. Students compile their own individual programme of study so that it suits their experience, ambitions, talents and interest. The programme has an international orientation. All courses are taught in English, by prominent scientists, and each year students take part in seminars on cutting edge developments in Psychology, offered by internationally renowned scholars. Moreover, students are actively involved in research themselves.
The programme offers a series of advanced courses on research methods and statistics, programming skills and scientific writing an presenting skills. On a theoretical level, students will attend specialised courses in at least two areas of Psychology. Students opting for a major in Social Psychology can combine this with a minor in any of the five remaining research areas offered by the Psychology Department at the University of Amsterdam : Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Psychological Methods, Psychonomics and Work and Organizational Psychology. All these programmes received good to excellent ratings in the recent research appraisal. Combining a major in Social Psychology with a minor an another area, allows students to put the study of Social Psychology into a broader scientific context and stimulates them to pursue research that uses different methods and extends beyond the boundaries of the discipline. For example, the available resources in neuroimaging (fMRI), virtual reality and physiological measures can provide students with valuable methodological knowledge. Apart from taking courses, students engage in two research projects, at least one of them resulting in a report in the form of a publishable journal article. The goal of the programme is to furnish its graduates with a profound education and research experience in cutting edge psychological research. It seeks to prepare students for a scientific career, within or outside a university setting. On the following site http://www.student.uva.nl/msc-psychology you can find relevant information about the programme, you can download the digital course catalogue and find information about the application procedure.