Assistant Professor in Psychology
About the position
The Assistant Professor- Psychology will contribute to the Faculty’s teaching and research profile, engage in clinical and other professional activities and provide administrative support within the Faculty. The primary focus of this position will be to deliver and undertake teaching and research in the field of psychology generally, but including cognitive neuroscience/neuropsychology.
About the person:
To be successful for the role the candidate must possess a strong teaching record along with evidence of experience in contemporary teaching methods such as; self-directed learning, small group learning, web-based learning and technology enhanced learning.
Possession of a PhD in Psychology and an active record of research and publications are also essential for success in this role. The successful candidate will have strong research expertise preferably, but not exclusively in several of the following areas; human-machine interactions, machine learning, verbal and non-verbal development, social and affective interaction, tactile/haptic perception, typical and a-typical ageing.
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site
The salary will be negotiated and commensurate with skills and experience and be fully competitive in the Australian market. Salary packaging options are available
Position related enquiries can be directed to Professor Irini Giannopulu at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively at (07) 559 52673
Application and submission details:
For further details regarding this appointment please reference the position description and selection criteria below:
Generic Position Descriptor
Assistant Professor B
Assistant Professor Psychology
Applications should include the following supporting documents:
- A cover letter including the position title, where you saw this role being advertised and the position reference number #FSD1781
- A curriculum vitae which includes the names and contact details of three referees;
- A statement addressing each of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description.
Completed applications should be sent to:
Peta Dawson/Kayleigh Corlett
Short listed applicants without work rights will need to demonstrate they can meet the requirements for obtaining a valid Australian work visa.
Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Employment Contract (BEC)
Bond University is an equal opportunity employer.