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Senior Lecturer University of St. Gallen


The School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of St. Gallen (HSG), Switzerland, seeks to appoint a Senior Lecturer (75%) in Psychology by 1 February 2013 or by mutual agreement.

The teaching requirement is 8 weekly contact hours per semester.

We are looking for applicants with an international publication record who can create a bridge between psychological, social and cultural theories, and who have a strong connection with problematizations relevant to the field of organization and management. Potential synergies with the research themes and conceptual/methodological approaches of the Research Institute for Organizational Psychology are essential.

For all the positions, duties will lie in teaching and research as well as in the operational direction and coordination of the teaching offered for the Assessment Year. The focus of the teaching itself will also lie in the area of the Assessment Year (for more details, please see here).
The languages of instruction are German and English. English speaking candidates must agree to learn German within two years. An outstanding doctorate is a prerequisite of employment.

Applicants should demonstrate broad teaching experience as well as a high level of pedagogical competence; the latter should be documented by teaching evaluations and, where appropriate, proofs of pedagogical training.

Experience with interdisciplinary work, especially in connection with management, economics, law and/or political science, will be seen as an advantage.

Please send applications (cover letter, cv and list of publications) together with a sample of work (e.g. article or book chapter) in one coherent PDF file to:

Prof. Ulrich Schmid
Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of St. Gallen
Gatterstr. 1
CH-9010 St. Gallen

The closing date for applications is 30 September 2012