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Research Fellow

Location:  Highfield Campus Part Time Fixed Term until 30/04/2023 Psychology is an ambitious and successful Department in the University, and a friendly place to work. You will join a highly collegiate and professional team with staff who are keen to share expertise, provide mentorship and support professional development. The Department values diversity and equality. We recognise the importance of a healthy work-life balance and support our employees by accommodating flexibility in working patterns to suit caring needs. Positive consideration will be given to applicants who have had career breaks for reasons including maternity, paternity or adoption leave, disability or illness. The University of Southampton holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award demonstrating our commitment gender equality in academia. A team of researchers and psychologists at the university are working on a new project aiming to increase psychological knowledge and expertise within the homelessness sector. There are multiple projects that stem from this aim, including the development of a new educational programme in homelessness. This role requires you to develop and execute a robust evaluation programme of the overall projects. The evaluation will likely require both quantitative and qualitative methods to understand the impact of the projects and is only guided by general research questions so there is considerable autonomy in this role. As a Research Fellow, you will be responsible for leading the planning, coordination and delivery of the data analysis of the evaluation with the support of the programme lead and team. You will be responsible for planning and conducting analysis and interpretation and dissemination of findings of this project. We invite applications from candidates who have a PhD or equivalent qualifications and experience in a quantitative field, such as Statistics, Medical Statistics, Health Services Research or Psychology. The title of Research Fellow is applied on completion of PhD, prior to this qualification being awarded the title of Senior Research Assistant is given.  You will be highly motivated, responsible, and creative. You will have excellent communication skills, be experienced in working with a diverse and inclusive team of staff and students, and be able to contribute to, and support the university and school strategies. For an informal discussion, please contact Dr Stephanie Barker at [email protected]  Application Procedure  You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Lauren Ward (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750, or email [email protected] Please quote reference 1940422JW on all correspondence.  Further details: We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.

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Lecturer in Psychology

Birmingham City University is an ambitious and vibrant institution with an enviable track record of success in research and teaching in Psychology. Located within the School of Social Sciences, the Department of Psychology is a high performing entity that provides its students and staff with exceptional opportunities for teaching, research and professional development, all within an applied and focused environment. The Department enjoys strong student recruitment and has a supportive team of academic colleagues, undertaking interesting and varied work that has real-world impact. The Psychology Department is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Psychology. The successful candidate will have experience of teaching core BPS-accredited psychology areas or optional modules in Counselling or Forensic Psychology. Experience of delivering online lectures and seminars would be an advantage. The successful candidate will contribute to a thriving research culture in psychology at BCU. We particularly welcome applicants from candidates whose research will complement or enhance our existing areas of expertise in Lifespan and Behavioural Science, Identities and Inequalities and Crime and Society. Applicants should possess a first and higher degree (PhD or equivalent) in Psychology which satisfies the BPS requirements of graduate basis for Chartership (GBC). Candidates should be actively involved in research, knowledge transfer or professional practice. For Counselling, candidates should possess a professional qualification in counselling or psychotherapy and accreditation or registration with BACP, UKCP or equivalent. For an informal discussion regarding the requirements of the role please contact the Head of Department, Dr Amy Cook, [email protected] At Birmingham City University we are proud to be an equal opportunities employer. All staff are expected to understand and enact the University’s commitment to ensuring equality, diversity and inclusion in our employment practice and in all that we do. This commitment is enshrined in our Core Values and is detailed in our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Employment Policy. The University values and celebrates the diversity of our staff and students; we welcome people from the many different backgrounds and life experiences that reflect the students and the citizens we serve. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and actively encourage unique contributions, in particular from under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status. Further details: BCU Values underpin how we work in achieving the ambitions set out in our Strategy and Priorities, and are the principles that unite the way we work together and for our students. The University is committed to internationalism and diversity and welcomes applications from all countries, faiths and backgrounds. It is each individual successful applicants responsibility to ensure that they have permission to work in the UK. Some applicants may require sponsorship from the University and a visa from UKVI to take up the role if successful. More information on this can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa Some roles are not capable of sponsorship because they do not meet the UKVI criteria relating to skill and salary level. If you are unsure as to whether you would require sponsorship if successful, or whether the role is capable of sponsorship, please contact us: [email protected]

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Lecturer in Psychology

Birmingham City University is an ambitious and vibrant institution with an enviable track record of success in research and teaching in Psychology. Located within the School of Social Sciences, the Department of Psychology is a high performing entity that provides its students and staff with exceptional opportunities for teaching, research and professional development, all within an applied and focused environment. The Department enjoys strong student recruitment and has a supportive team of academic colleagues, undertaking interesting and varied work that has real-world impact. The Psychology Department is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Psychology. The successful candidate will have experience of teaching core BPS-accredited psychology areas or optional modules in Counselling or Forensic Psychology. Experience of delivering online lectures and seminars would be an advantage. The successful candidate will contribute to a thriving research culture in psychology at BCU. We particularly welcome applicants from candidates whose research will complement or enhance our existing areas of expertise in Lifespan and Behavioural Science, Identities and Inequalities and Crime and Society. Applicants should possess a first and higher degree (PhD or equivalent) in Psychology which satisfies the BPS requirements of graduate basis for Chartership (GBC). Candidates should be actively involved in research, knowledge transfer or professional practice. For Counselling, candidates should possess a professional qualification in counselling or psychotherapy and accreditation or registration with BACP, UKCP or equivalent. For an informal discussion regarding the requirements of the role please contact the Head of Department, Dr Amy Cook, [email protected] At Birmingham City University we are proud to be an equal opportunities employer. All staff are expected to understand and enact the University’s commitment to ensuring equality, diversity and inclusion in our employment practice and in all that we do. This commitment is enshrined in our Core Values and is detailed in our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Employment Policy. The University values and celebrates the diversity of our staff and students; we welcome people from the many different backgrounds and life experiences that reflect the students and the citizens we serve. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and actively encourage unique contributions, in particular from under-represented groups in respect of age, disability, sex, gender or gender identity, ethnicity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status. Further details: BCU Values underpin how we work in achieving the ambitions set out in our Strategy and Priorities, and are the principles that unite the way we work together and for our students. The University is committed to internationalism and diversity and welcomes applications from all countries, faiths and backgrounds. It is each individual successful applicants responsibility to ensure that they have permission to work in the UK. Some applicants may require sponsorship from the University and a visa from UKVI to take up the role if successful. More information on this can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa Some roles are not capable of sponsorship because they do not meet the UKVI criteria relating to skill and salary level. If you are unsure as to whether you would require sponsorship if successful, or whether the role is capable of sponsorship, please contact us: [email protected]

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Research Fellowship

Newnham College, Cambridge invites applications from women graduates of any university for a stipendiary or non-stipendiary Research Fellowship in any field of Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Psychology, tenable for three years from 1 October 2023 and is not renewable or extendable. Applications are particularly welcomed from those who identify as from Black, Asian or other minority ethnic groups. Stipend (for 2022/23): £34,308 (post-PhD) £30,502 (pre-PhD). Candidates are advised that a Research Fellowship is intended for a researcher early in their career.  Applicants are expected to be either a graduate student, whose doctoral degree is complete or very near completion, or a post-doctoral researcher who has recently completed their PhD Degree. Application information may be obtained from the College’s website: http://www.newn.cam.ac.uk/research/research-fellowships/  and applications must be submitted on-line via the Application Information document to be found there. The closing date for applications is Friday 23 September 2022. This advertisement complies with legislation on sex discrimination, relying on the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 22, and Article 3 of the College Charter. Newnham College admits only those who are formally recognised as female and are identified as such on a current passport, driving licence, birth certificate or gender recognition certificate. This means women graduates, including transwomen graduates, and Assigned Female At Birth non-binary graduates are eligible to apply for Newnham's Research Fellowships.

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Research Fellowship

Newnham College, Cambridge invites applications from women graduates of any university for a stipendiary or non-stipendiary Research Fellowship in any field of Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Psychology, tenable for three years from 1 October 2023 and is not renewable or extendable. Applications are particularly welcomed from those who identify as from Black, Asian or other minority ethnic groups. Stipend (for 2022/23): £34,308 (post-PhD) £30,502 (pre-PhD). Candidates are advised that a Research Fellowship is intended for a researcher early in their career.  Applicants are expected to be either a graduate student, whose doctoral degree is complete or very near completion, or a post-doctoral researcher who has recently completed their PhD Degree. Application information may be obtained from the College’s website: http://www.newn.cam.ac.uk/research/research-fellowships/  and applications must be submitted on-line via the Application Information document to be found there. The closing date for applications is Friday 23 September 2022. This advertisement complies with legislation on sex discrimination, relying on the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 22, and Article 3 of the College Charter. Newnham College admits only those who are formally recognised as female and are identified as such on a current passport, driving licence, birth certificate or gender recognition certificate. This means women graduates, including transwomen graduates, and Assigned Female At Birth non-binary graduates are eligible to apply for Newnham's Research Fellowships.

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