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Assistant Professor for Occupational Health Psychology Ruhr-University Bochum


The Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) is one of Germany’s leading research universities.?The University draws its strengths from both the diversity and the proximity of humanities, science and engineering disciplines on a single, coherent campus. This highly dynamic setting enables students and researchers to work across traditional boundaries of academic subjects and faculties.

The Faculty of Psychology invites applications for

Assistant Professor (W1) „Occupational Health Psychology“

starting 9/2012. The position is limited to 6 years pending positive evaluation after three years.

Research and teaching of the Assistant Professor shall relate to applied aspects of stress research among employees. This includes the assessment of work-related demands and resources and the analysis of negative and positive consequences of occupational stress. Teaching activities shall contribute to the bachelor program in business psychology.

Applicants should have profound theoretical and practical knowledge as well as research experience regarding occupational stress and its positive and negative consequences. Furthermore, applicants should have educational skills including high levels of motivation for teaching. This also implies readiness to teach in English.

International cooperation, interest in interdisciplinary cooperation and ability to attract research funding are a requirement as well as an excellent dissertation and proof of teaching skills.
The Ruhr-Universität is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage applications of female candidates as well as individuals with special needs.

Applications with CV, list of publications, overview of funded research, and teaching experience including evaluations should be sent electronically to the Dean of the Faculty of Psychology (E-Mail: no later than June 17th, 2012.

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