10 Dec, 2011
Assistant Professor Positions in Psychology, SDU
Posted by: admin In: Psychology
3-4 assistant professor positions in psychology with start as soon as possible are vacant at the Institute of Psychology, University of Southern Denmark (SDU). The institute is looking for applicants interested in a research career, and who want to contribute to the ongoing development of an open and quality-conscious university environment.
The successful applicants will, upon alignment of qualifications and fields of interest, be affiliated with one of the department’s research groups. Successful applicants are expected to undertake teaching responsibilities and to be responsible for the development of undergraduate and graduate programs under academic supervision.
The Institute of Psychology was established in 2010 and will grow rapidly over the next 5 years in regards both to research and to education. The main research areas at the Institute of Psychology are health and clinical psychology. The Institute of Psychology offers both career guidance and skill development.
The institute already encompasses a well-established research unit of psychological-trauma. Two other research units are currently under development. The department is responsible for the undergraduate, graduate, and PhD programmes in psychology.
Both the research and education programmes are part of the Faculty of Health Sciences with strong links to both the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Humanities. The Institute of Psychology has a robust international network and an active co-operation with public and private institutions.
Applicants are expected to have obtained a MSc in psychology or equivalent and through post graduate research experience and education (at PhD level) to be able to document qualifications and motivation for employment as assistant professor.
Employment will take place in accordance with the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations).
An expert committee, appointed by the university, will assess all applications, and the applicants will individually be informed of their assessment by the university.
Applications must include a declaration of interest and the following:
- A detailed CV;
- A complete and numbered list of publications, specifying 3 academic works (maximum) which the applicant wishes included in the assessment of scientific qualifications;
- Electronic copies of the selected publications (pdf -format);
- A complete teaching portfolio (see the link below);
- An account of other relevant qualifications, including experience and interests within the field of psychology;
- A research plan listing future research activities and how these relate to current research activities carried out at the Institute of Psychology.
The application must be marked “position no. 111111” and submitted as Adobe PDF-files by e-mail to:
Deadline for the application is January 6, 2012.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Head of the Institute of Psychology, Mogens Hørder (email: email@example.com), Professor Ask Elklit: (email: firstname.lastname@example.org), or Professor Kirsten Kaya Roessler (email: email@example.com).