[Air-l] Chair in social psychology
m.whitty at qub.ac.uk
Thu Jan 18 05:29:24 PST 2007
For anyone interested in a Chair in social psy at Queen's University
Chair in Psychology (Social Psychology)
School of Psychology
Applications are invited for a Chair in Social Psychology within a vibrant,
research-led department. The successful candidate will be an internationally
respected researcher and academic leader, capable of inspiring the School's
research effort in the area of Social Psychology, developing its research
profile, and enhancing its reputation for scholarly and professional
The School has existing strengths in social identity and intergroup
relations, equality and diversity and applied social psychology. The
successful applicant will have an excellent research record that enhances
and develops the existing strengths of social psychology within the School.
The successful candidate will have an international reputation for research
excellence, an outstanding record of publications in leading international
journals and significant success in securing external funding for their
research. The new appointee will be involved in the appointment of a
lectureship in the area.
Further criteria will be given in the further particulars for the post.
Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Karen Trew, Email: k.trew at qub.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0)28 9097 4219.
Salary will be determined in accordance with the appropriate Professorial
ranges as applied within the University.
Closing date: 4:00pm, Friday 2 March 2007
The University is committed to equal opportunity and selection on merit.
It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of society.
Applications should be addressed to the Personnel Manager, The Personnel
Department, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT7 1NN. Tel: 028
90973044, Fax. 028 90971040, e-mail personnel at qub.ac.uk, www.qub.ac.uk/pers
Dr. Monica Whitty
Queen's University Belfast
School of Psychology
David Keir Building
Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 5654
Email: m.whitty at qub.ac.uk
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