Job Opportunities

Position Announcement: Postdoctoral Fellows for Academic Diversity, College of Arts and Sciences, American University

American University in Washington DC is currently inviting applications to fill two positions of Postdoctoral Fellows for Academic Diversity (below and attached). The link to apply on Interfolio is http://apply.interfolio.com/82854  

 A number of AU faculty in the Center for Neuroscience & Behavior, the Department of Psychology, and/or the Department of Neuroscience may be of interest to prospective postdoctoral applicants on this listserv, including (but not limited to):

  • Dr. Catherine Stoodley is interested in the neuroscience of cognitive development, particularly the role of the human cerebellum in cognition, cognitive development and in neurodevelopmental disorders. She uses clinical studies, structural and functional neuroimaging, neuromodulation with transcranial direct current stimulation, and behavioral testing to investigate the functional anatomy of the cerebellum and the type of processing that the cerebellum performs. Learn more at: http://www.stoodleylab.org/
  • Dr. Emily Grossnickle Peterson applies methods from educational psychology and cognitive neuroscience to investigate cognitive and motivational factors that support (or hinder) student learning in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). Her current research examines questions such as why spatial reasoning skills predict science achievement and how teachers support student curiosity. Learn more at: https://edspace.american.edu/edneurolab
  • Dr. Laurie Bayet’s program of developmental research examines the mechanisms of high-level visual and socio-emotional perception in childhood and infancy, with faces and facial emotions as particular cases of interest. By bridging behavioral, neuroimaging (fNIRS, EEG), and computational methods, her lab seeks to build an integrated understanding of the critical experiences, neural pathways, and cognitive building blocks by which infants and young children learn to interpret their visual and social environment. Learn more at: http://www.bayetlab.com/

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Position Announcement: Postdoctoral Fellows for Academic Diversity, College of Arts and Sciences, American University

The College of Arts and Sciences at American University is pleased to announce two Postdoctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity to begin in Fall 2021. These positions are designed to support the development of early-career scholars who show promise of distinguished research careers and who are from sectors of the population historically underrepresented on the professorial faculties of U.S. colleges and universities.

The initial appointment is a 12-month term position and will commence on August 1, 2021, with the possibility of a one-year extension. Applicants should hold a PhD or other terminal degree in their discipline by their proposed start date. The position is open to all disciplines with priority given to STEM fields. The position will require the incumbent to conduct research with an AU faculty mentor or mentors, teach one course per Academic Year in their field and participate in School and University activities. Optionally, there will be zero courses in the second Academic Year for lab science fellows.

Salary is competitive and includes full health benefits. Fellows will also receive up to $3,000 in onetime start-up expenses and reimbursement for up to $2,000 per academic year in eligible research expenses.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please submit applications via Interfolio: http://apply.interfolio.com/82854  

Include a letter of application outlining the candidate’s research and teaching interests, a description of how the candidate proposes to work with one or more specific College faculty mentors(s) and/or research center(s), a current curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation from scholars who know the candidate’s work well, recent teaching evaluations (when possible), and electronic copies of recently published papers or working papers. Candidates are not required to contact potential AU mentors in advance. The materials of competitive applicants will be forwarded to those collaborators following an initial review. Questions should be directed to Haely Jardas, Special Assistant to the Dean, at 202-885-2446 or hjardas@american.edu

American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively “Protected Bases”) in its programs and activities. American University is a tobacco and smoke free campus.

Postdoctoral Position at Concordia University, Montreal

Postdoctoral Position at Concordia University, Montreal

The Cognitive and Language Development Laboratory at Concordia University in Montreal (https://www.concordia.ca/artsci/psychology/research/cognitive-language-development-lab.html) has a postdoctoral position to offer, starting in Summer or Fall 2021. The fellow will be expected to collaborate on research projects on the development of selective trust, theory of mind, bilingualism, and child-robot interactions in infancy and early childhood, with funding from SSHRC and NSERC. The depth of theory of mind in infancy is currently examined with conceptual replications of various paradigms, including violation of expectation, anticipatory looking, interactive, etc. Regarding selective trust, the lab examines developmental changes in the cognitive mechanisms involved in selective social learning. Research paradigms used in the lab include habituation, eye tracking, pupillometry, interactive lab-based tasks and parental reports. International collaborations with teams from US, Switzerland, Japan, and Germany are ongoing. Stipend is $50,00CDN/year, plus benefits.

The Postdoctoral Fellow must start his/her appointment by August 31st, 2021.

Please follow this link to learn more. https://www.concordia.ca/sgs/postdoctoral-fellows/funding/horizon/descriptions/8007.html

If you have any questions, please email the director of the lab, Dr. Diane Poulin-Dubois at diane.poulindubois@concordia.ca

Senior Social Science Researcher job posting for foundry10

Senior Social Science Researcher

Foundry10 is a philanthropic education research organization located in the University District neighborhood in Seattle. We work in collaboration with program developers and external partners to conduct research that expands how practitioners, communities, and other researchers think about learning. Foundry10 offers competitive salaries, benefits, and vacation time. This position is located in Seattle, WA and will require the candidate to work in the office when it is safe to do so.

Foundry10 is seeking a full-time social science researcher to join our expanding research team focused on supporting a variety of education programs and research projects. Senior Researchers have deep expertise in a few research methodologies (e.g., qualitative methods) or topics, which can serve as the basis for ongoing study and sharing. They are also experienced in a broad range of methodological/theoretical approaches and able to quickly learn about new types of research. As a social science researcher at foundry10, you will have a variety of opportunities including:

  • Develop generalizable research that is based on collaborations with program teams and outside partners as well as your own novel ideas and areas of expertise

  • Collaborate with program teams to design and carry out program evaluation efforts

  • Apply experience-based insights and research skills (e.g., data analysis techniques, knowledge of study design, visualizing and interpreting data) to innovative research

  • Oversee the execution of studies, to carry them out from conceptualization to final sharing

To be considered for this position, submit your resume or CV along with a cover letter explaining why this position in our company resonates with you to jobs@foundry10.org.

Qualifications

  • PhD in a social science field (e.g., education, psychology) preferred or masters degree in social science with a minimum of 5 years total experience as a lead researcher including masters program

  • Demonstrated experience in formulating research questions, designing multiple studies, seeing them through to completion, and publishing in peer-reviewed journals

  • Experience on a variety of projects with multiple stakeholders

  • Strong background in research ethics, particularly research ethics involving children and adolescents

  • Strong background in statistical software (e.g., R, SPSS)

  • Outstanding communication skills, both verbally and written, in interpersonal and research settings

  • Ability to work self-sufficiently and identify areas where processes could be improved 

  • Ability to cross multiple subject areas and quickly gain a basic understanding of new areas

Responsibilities

Research design and execution

  • Contribute to a multi-faceted approach that includes research studies, program design and implementation, and supporting educators that are taking an innovative approach to learning

  • Create a balanced portfolio of research that includes original research, deep research partnership collaborations with programs teams, and research that draws together threads and themes across programs

  • Develop interesting and important questions regarding education and experiences with learning 

  • Facilitate collaboration with outside partners (e.g., educators, non-profit organizations) to design research 

  • Gain background knowledge and expertise in other related/unrelated fields within the organization’s  domains

  • Use both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and analysis strategies

  • Design surveys/program evaluations and remain fluent in existing methodologies/resources to streamline the research process

  • Employ a strong propensity to investigate topics and an ability to redirect/close off lines of inquiry not likely to result in useful findings

Sharing research findings

  • Develop depth in a specific subject area or construct, and share these findings with multiple stakeholders on an ongoing basis (e.g., research community, educators, families) 

  • Work collaboratively with other teams to communicate actionable insights to various learning and research communities/fields as well as with lay-people in the educational community.

  • Interface with the Sharing Team to communicate research findings through a variety of formats such as White Papers, Brief Reports, videos, infographics, and social media

  • Represent the organization at conferences, within publications, and face-to-face with a variety of community partners

  • Take a leadership role in publishing peer-reviewed research in well-regarded journals in collaboration with colleagues on and off the research team

Research support and training

  • Actively read and engage with current research and bring new knowledge to the organization and their team as a result of engagement with relevant topics

  • Support colleagues in developing skills to understand what is valuable and impactful research 

We’re interested in hearing from researchers with a wide range of experience, but we are particularly interested in applicants with backgrounds/experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Education Research or Educational Psychology

  • Background in educational programs or schools

  • Background in social and emotional learning (SEL)

Foundry10 is committed to creating a diverse environment where everyone can bring their full selves to work. Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs. The organization strives to provide a work environment free from discrimination and harassment because of a protected characteristic. Foundry10 does not discriminate against employees or applicants based on race, color, creed, citizenship, status, national origin, ancestry, gender, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, age, religion, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, physical or mental disability, marital status, parental status, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to assist individuals with disabilities with the application and interviewing process as well as essential job functions. If you have questions about the accessibility of our office environment, please reach out to jobs@foundry10.org.

Post-doc position in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience @ HSE University, Moscow, Russia

We are accepting applications for a post-doc position in developmental cognitive neuroscience at HSE University, Moscow, Russia.
Fluent English is needed as research and other activities are conducted in English. Knowledge of Russian is not required.

Position announcement: https://iri.hse.ru/neuroscience2021

Application deadline: February 14, 2021.

Please feel free to share this announcement to those who may be interested.

48-month full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Stirling (Deadline 17th January 2021)

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Stirling, in cooperation with the Faculty of Natural Sciences, invites applications for a 48-month full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Philosophy and Psychology. The Fellow will work in collaboration with Dr. Giacomo Melis (Philosophy, Principal Investigator), Dr. Eva Rafetseder (Developmental Psychology, Co-Investigator) and Dr. Zsófia Virányi (Animal Cognition, Co-Investigator) of the Messerli Research Institute (University of Veterinary medicine, Vienna) on a multidisciplinary research project entitled ‘Agency, Rationality and Epistemic Defeat’ funded by the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship scheme.

The project is articulated in a broadly philosophical and broadly empirical part, which will progress in parallel and will be driven by the interactive work of the core team. The more philosophical part will develop a theory of rational belief-revision that will apply to the various agents discussed in philosophy and cognitive science, and which will focus on the notion of epistemic defeat. The more empirical part will use such theory to design and run novel comparative cognitive tests on pre-verbal children, pigs, and dogs aimed at assessing whether they may be capable of some form of reflective thinking.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 17 January 2021
Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 16 February 2021
To apply, please send a covering letter and CV, as well as a brief description (no more than 1000 words) of your planned individual research and a sample of your recent written work to https://www.stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/apply/?jobId=QUUFK026203F3VBQB7V79V7NE-2423&langCode=en_GB
For further information please:

Research Project Coordinator position at Children and Screens

Postdoctoral Project Coordinator

Organization: Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development

Title: Postdoctoral Project Coordinator

Location: Remote, United States

About the Position: Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development advances and supports interdisciplinary research, nurtures human capital in the field, informs and educates the public, and advocates for sound public policy for children growing up in the digital age.

Children and Screens seeksa highly-intelligent, experienced, self-motivated, and organized individual to join our staff as a Postdoctoral Project Coordinator. This position is a dynamic opportunity for a motivated professional to support Children and Screens’ mission to promote rigorous, objective research and an evidence-based national dialogue on the impact of digital media on children and adolescents.

The Postdoctoral Project Coordinator is accountable for the execution of Institute projects of varying size and complexity involving interdisciplinary dialogue, research, and public information within the field of media’s impact on child development. The scope bridges the medical, neuroscientific, social science, education and academic communities. In addition to carrying out important project tasks, the Postdoctoral Project Coordinator oversees five groups of interns working in Marketing, Policy, Communicating Science and Advancement to ensure that projects are being addressed and managed efficiently and in accordance with objectives set by the President of Children and Screens.

Responsibilities

  •  Coordinating projects of different sizes (small/medium/large) through all project phases, including coordinating scientific research workgroups
  • Managing and mentoring Marketing, Policy, and Communicating Science interns and guiding intern activities and responsibilities
  • Collaborating with team members to ensure all pieces of the project adhere to the defined project objectives
  • Interfacing with various project stakeholders (clinicians, researchers, public health experts, etc.) and project sponsors on work progress
  • Researching scientific, medical, and educational literature relevant to Institute project materials and resources
  • Developing public information materials communicating project objectives
  • Ensuring that project meetings are scheduled, timely, and goal-oriented, with outputs

    documented, and keeping the projects moving on a day-to-day basis

  • Maintaining and monitoring project schedules, materials, information, and resources

Requirements

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  •  Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Pediatrics, Psychology, Science Journalism, Public Health, Science Policy or other related scientific fields required
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be able to prioritize and multitask
  • Possesses a strong attention to detail and is highly organized
  • Must be able to work with a team and independently
  • Ability to adapt and desire to continuously learn new skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint; Google Suite; Mac OS
  • Experience with WordPress and Video Editing is preferred though not required

To Apply

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. To be considered, applicants must be authorized to work in the United States. To apply, applicants must email the following to jobs@childrenandscreens.com:

● A cover letter highlighting your educational experience and skills, along with an explanation of how this position will contribute to your professional goals;

● A resume, transcript and contact information for two academic or professional references. Unofficial transcripts and letters of recommendation rather than references are acceptable.

Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds.

Post-doc: Development of emotional eating and interoception

One postdoc position is available to work with Dr Maria Laura Filippetti as part of the Academy of Medical Science project “The developmental mechanisms underlying emotional eating”. The postdoc will work on a novel approach that combines developmental cognitive neuroscience and embodied psychology to study emotional eating and interoceptive processing in the first years of life (please see job pack for details).

We are looking for a researcher with a PhD in psychology or neuroscience (or close to completion of PhD). Experience in working with developmental population and strong abilities in data analysis and programming are essential. Expertise in developmental neuroscience research is desirable. The preferred start date is Spring 2021 or as soon as can be arranged for up to 2 years. Applications should be submitted online (deadline 31 January). Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Maria Laura Filippetti at m.filippetti@essex.ac.uk

The position will be based at the Department of Psychology, University of Essex. The department provides a stimulating and vibrant research environment designed to encourage and support individuals in crossing conventional disciplinary boundaries to collaborate in research. The postdoc will join the growing research team of the Essex Babylab, which is part of our Centre for Brain Science (CBS). The CBS is purpose-built to house state-of-the-art equipment that allows staff to directly measure and modulate brain activity, as well as a range of equipment to measure physiological response (e.g. EMG, EEG, heart rate, etc.).

 

Postdoctoral position at University of Surrey, UK: Open Research at the University of Surrey: designing, promoting, evaluating and publicising university open research initiatives

Open Research at the University of Surrey: designing, promoting, evaluating and publicising university open research initiatives.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (1A)

Start date: 1st March 2021

End date: 31st July 2022
Primary work place: School of Psychology, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
Line manager & Principal Investigator: Prof. Emily Farran

The Project and the Role

Open Research refers to research which is practiced in a way that is suitably transparent for others to contribute and collaborate, and that enables research to be reproduced. This engenders research improvement. You will be part of a strong team of experts on Open Research (Academic Lead in Research Culture and Integrity and the library’s Open Research team). You will also be a key member of the Open Research Working Group whose aim is to advance open research practice across the University, with the goal of making the processes and products of research at the University of Surrey as transparent, accessible and reproducible as possible. Working closely with the Academic Lead in Research Culture and Integrity and the Open Research team, you will contribute to: promoting the socialisation of open research at Surrey; evaluating the embedding of open research practices at Surrey; engaging with stakeholders; and publicising our open research success. You will also contribute to report writing, presentations, publications (first author publications/ reports from metadata of our open research initiatives are envisaged), funding proposals and dissemination to non-academic audiences.

You will have a PhD or equivalent qualification (or will be close to finishing your PhD), have experience in open research practices, writing for publication, as well as experience of statistical analysis using statistical packages such as R or SPSS.

The University of Surrey

The University of Surrey is located on a beautiful, leafy campus in Guildford, just 30 miles from London and benefitting from excellent rail and road connections. We are an ambitious, research-led organization, committed to research excellence and to the application of our research for the benefit of society. The University of Surrey is amongst the highest achieving universities in the United Kingdom.

The University was among the first in the UK to adopt a formal open access policy in 2005. Since then, the University has been broadening the scope of openness through the governance and services of its Open Research team, which includes strategic steering of the Open Research agenda and support of Open Research in several areas, including open access, research data services, copyright, and bibliometrics.

As part of our commitment to a strong and healthy research and innovation culture, Emily Farran was appointed to the newly created role, Academic Lead in Research Culture and Integrity, in November 2019. Aligned with this, Surrey was one of the first Universities to join the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN) in December 2019. As part of this national approach to creating a research environment in which research quality is incentivised, the University recently launched its Open Research Position Statement, which publicly supports the values of openness, transparency and reproducibility in research. This statement will help to raise awareness of the benefits of open research, and provides a framework for existing and future activities at the University.

In addition to your salary, you will receive pension contributions via the Universities Superannuation Scheme, a generous annual leave entitlement, an attractive research environment, and access to a variety of staff development opportunities. Our benefits package also includes an exclusive discounted membership package to the Surrey Sports Park and an on-site Nursery.

You are welcome to contact Prof. Emily Farran (e.farran@surrey.ac.uk), Dr. Christine Daoutis (C.Daoutis@surrey.ac.uk) or Monserrat Rodriquez-Marquez (M.Rodriguez-Marquez@surrey.ac.uk) if you would like further information or to discuss the post.

To apply use the link below:

https://jobs.surrey.ac.uk/055720

 

48-month full-time PostDoc at the University of Stirling

Hi all,

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Stirling, in cooperation with the Faculty of Natural Sciences, invites applications for a 48-month full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Philosophy and Psychology. The Fellow will work in collaboration with Dr. Giacomo Melis (Philosophy, Principal Investigator), Dr. Eva Rafetseder (Developmental Psychology, Co-Investigator) and Dr. Zsófia Virányi (Animal Cognition, Co-Investigator) of the Messerli Research Institute (University of Veterinary medicine, Vienna) on a multidisciplinary research project entitled ‘Agency, Rationality and Epistemic Defeat’ funded by the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship scheme.

The project is articulated in a broadly philosophical and broadly empirical part, which will progress in parallel and will be driven by the interactive work of the core team. The more philosophical part will develop a theory of rational belief-revision that will apply to the various agents discussed in philosophy and cognitive science, and which will focus on the notion of epistemic defeat. The more empirical part will use such theory to design and run novel comparative cognitive tests on pre-verbal children, pigs, and dogs aimed at assessing whether they may be capable of some form of reflective thinking.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 17 January 2021
Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 16 February 2021
To apply, please send a covering letter and CV, as well as a brief description (no more than 1000 words) of your planned individual research and a sample of your recent written work to https://www.stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/apply/?jobId=QUUFK026203F3VBQB7V79V7NE-2423&langCode=en_GB
For further information please:
Kind regards,
Eva Rafetseder

Postdoctoral Project Manager position at IoPPN, King’s College London

https://jobs.kcl.ac.uk/gb/en/job/012084/Post-Doctoral-Research-Associate-SPARK-Project-Manager

Post-Doctoral Research Associate – SPARK Project Manager

Job ID: 012084 Salary: £38,304 – £41,517 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance Posted: 15-Dec-2020 Closing date: 10-Jan-2021
Business unit: IoPPN Department: Psychology 

Contact details: Dr Rosa Hoekstra, Rosa.Hoekstra@kcl.ac.uk
Guy’s Campus  

Job description

The post-holder will work on a 4-year NIHR-funded project entitled “SPARK: SuPporting African communities to increase the Resilience and mental health of Kids with developmental disorders and their caregivers”.
The SPARK project builds on previous research in Ethiopia (led by SPARK Co-PI Dr Rosa Hoekstra) and Kenya (led by SPARK Co-PI Prof Amina Abubakar) adapting and pilot testing a Caregiver Skills Training for parents of children with developmental disorders, developed by the World Health Organization.
SPARK aims to evaluate the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of the Caregiver Skills Training programme in improving the wellbeing and mental health of Ethiopian and Kenyan children with developmental disorders and their caregivers and to co-develop an integrated care model together with local communities, to promote identification and referral of children with developmental disorders, community-based support and inclusion.
SPARK will be conducted in four sites, spanning urban and rural Ethiopia and Kenya. The project comprises three phases: i) a pre-implementation phase in which a training package is developed to increase identification of children with developmental disorders in the community; ii) phase 1, in which the training package is implemented and evaluated, and site-specific integrated care models are developed; iii) phase 2, comprising a randomised controlled trial of the Caregiver Skills Training programme.

The post-holder will be based at the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry & Neuroscience’s Department of Psychology and will have the opportunity to work with some of the world’s leading researchers in autism, global mental health and clinical trials research.

This is a full-time post and will be offered on a fixed-term contract for three years in the first instance with possibility of extension.

Key responsibilities

The post-holder will provide day-to-day management of the SPARK project, from development through trial management, to dissemination. They will collaborate closely with the Co-PIs and research coordinators and trial coordinators in Ethiopia and Kenya to ensure the smooth-running of the project. They will also be responsible for ethics submissions, report-writing and budget management, and develop documentation to ensuring the SPARK materials are harmonised across project sites. Moreover they will take the lead on aspects of the project that fit with their interests and experiences to analyse data, and with support from the Co-PIs and wider project team, will write academic papers from data generated at all stages of the project.

Skills, knowledge, and experience

Essential criteria

  • PhD awarded or PhD thesis submitted in a field related to Psychology, Mental Health or Global Health;
  • Previous experience in the management of research projects, including
    research design, data collection and data analysis;
  • Advanced research skills, supported by peer-reviewed publications and/or reports;
  • Advanced knowledge of research relating to global mental health, global child development, global disability, global child health and/or developmental disorders;
  • Excellent research-related IT skills: word processing, reference management, packages to support data analysis (e.g. SPSS, Stata, NVivo) and an aptitude for learning new IT packages;
  • Excellent organisational and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work effectively and communicate with collaborators from a range of disciplines and cultural backgrounds;
  • Ability to work as part of a team with staff at all levels and with a variety of stakeholders;
  • Flexible, committed, reliable and enthusiastic approach to work;
  • Accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Willingness and ability to travel to project sites in Ethiopia and Kenya once or twice a year.

Desirable criteria

  • Qualification and/or relevant training in clinical trials or project management;
  • Experience working on international projects;
  • Previous experience working or living in a low or middle-income context, preferably in Africa;
  • Practical experience of monitoring and managing budgets, as well as producing financial reports.

Please note that this is a PhD level role but candidates who have submitted their thesis and are awaiting award of their PhDs will be considered. In these circumstances the appointment will be made at Grade 5, spine point 30 with the title of Research Assistant. Upon confirmation of the award of the PhD, the job title will become Research Associate and the salary will increase to Grade 6.

Further information

In your application, please include

  • Details of your qualifications (you will need to attach copies)
  • A copy of your CV (please include this as an attachment)
  • A motivation letter describing your interests, why you wish to apply for this post, and how your previous research experience and skills fit with the post advertised. Please include this as an attachment rather than using the text box.

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a short writing task and will be invited to a panel interview held on 29 January 2021.