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Lecturer in Social/Organisational Psychology


The School of Psychology at the University of Kent is seeking to appoint an outstanding individual at Lecturer (Assistant Professor) level who can complement and extend our research strengths in Social / Organisational Psychology. We have an excellent research reputation, and are amongst the top UK psychology departments in terms of our research intensity. We are home to the internationally
esteemed Centre for the Study of Group Processes, and we have a long standing reputation for excellence in social psychology. The School of Psychology has an Athena SWAN Bronze Award, as recognition of our commitment to develop careers of women in science. We welcome applicants with a strong research background in social and/or organisational psychology, with an international outlook, and with energy and ambition. The successful candidate will be invited to start in August 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter (negotiable). For further information about our School please see our website. For details of the post please see the University of Kent’s Job Opportunities website.

Individuals interested in the post below can contact Georgina Randsley de Moura (, or any other faculty members for informal enquiries, including the Social / Organisational related Professoriate - including Dominic Abrams, Karen Douglas, Roger Giner-Sorolla, Robbie Sutton, Ayse Uskul.