Lecturer in Psychology, Eating Disorders
School of Psychology
Salary: From £33,199 per annum
This is a full time post
Closing Date: Wednesday 13 February 2019
Interview Date: Friday 01 March 2019
The School of Psychology at the University of Lincoln is enjoying an exciting period of expansion. An opportunity has arisen within the School for a psychologist whose research interests falls within an area of Clinical Psychology, preference will be given to candidates with experience in the development of Eating Disorders in a Forensic context. This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic psychologist to contribute to the School of Psychology at University of Lincoln. It is expected that the appointee will be willing to contribute to supervision of junior research staff and PhD students as well as making contributions to undergraduate and post-graduate teaching within the School including supervision of student research projects.
The School of Psychology has recently moved in to a new purpose build building with an extensive range of well-equipped dedicated research facilities including EEG, TMS, VR, Eye tracking (Tobii, Eyelink, DPI, Ober and VSG), Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound imaging, Sleep and Baby labs and resources to support comparative / animal-based research in the field. In addition to extensive new laboratory facilities, the School of Psychology has invested in a new 3D scanner which can take 3D pictures of faces and bodies which can then be morphed to alter different features.
Based at the heart of the beautiful historic city of Lincoln, you will join a friendly and thriving department with an outstanding reputation for student experience and rising reputation for excellence in research. The most recent Research Excellence Framework judged 90% of our research to be of international significance, with much of our work having outstanding levels of real world impact. We strongly value the development of early career researchers and support their progression by ensuring low teaching and administrative loads and provision of mentoring support. The University supports the progress and advancement of women in science and the School of Psychology was recently awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze award.