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Lecturer in Occupational/Organisational Psychology


School of Psychology
Reference:   028A2016
Closing Date:   Monday 07 March 2016
Interview Date:   Friday 18 March 2016
Salary:  £38,037 to £42,357 per annum inclusive of London Weighting

Our School of Psychology is one of the largest and most diverse academic schools of psychology in the UK and has an excellent record in undergraduate and postgraduate professional training. This is complimented by a strong research profile; in REF 2014 the School of Psychology at UEL was one of only four submissions to secure 100% 4* rating for research impact. We are a School that drives innovation and excellence in programme development and the student experience. We are committed to the expansion and diversification of all aspects of our activities.

We are seeking a new colleague to join our Psychological Interventions Subject Area and contribute to the academic and research teaching on the MSc Occupational Psychology and MSc International Humanitarian Psychosocial Intervention.

Applicants with an interest in Humanitarian Work, with knowledge of International Development of Organisations, including EGO, and with expertise in contemporary thinking in Occupational Psychology Theory and Practice will be particularly welcome. The successful candidate will have a Professional Doctorate or a PhD in the relevant area (completed or near completion) or be HCPC practitioner registered. Candidates should also have research experience using quantitative or mixed methodologies.

If you wish to have an informal conversation about the post you are welcome to contact the Head of Subject, Dr Aneta Tunariu on 0208 223 4495 or at .

For further information on the School of Psychology please click here

CVs without completed application forms will not be accepted.

We are working actively to improve the diversity of our staff