||Professor of Psychology
||King's College London
||Department of Psychology
Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
The Department of Psychology invites applications for the post of Professor of Psychology to complement and extend the world-class research and teaching within the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP), King’s College London which currently ranks second in the world in terms of publications and citations in the field of “Psychiatry and Psychology” (ISI Web of Science).
The post holder will reinforce the Department’s already substantial strengths in the areas of mental health, its interface with physical health, and in neuropsychology, and take a lead in developing new research directions.
You will be expected to prove and continue to demonstrate high standing at national & international level in research in, or with direct relevance to, mental health as established by outstanding contribution to its advancement through publications, creative work, record of grant funding and other appropriate forms of scholarship.
You must have a good first degree in Psychology or closely related subject and a higher research degree eg PhD. Experience in delivering high quality teaching and training is essential, as well as leading & managing a research team, supervising post-graduate students and mentoring junior colleagues.
Minimum starting salaries on the relevant scales are as follows, and excluding £2,323 London Weighting:
Clinical Psychologist Professorial – negotiated and from £71,065
Non-Clinical Psychologist, Professorial – negotiated and from £55,908
Benefits for all appointments include an annual season ticket loan scheme, generous holiday allowances, pension scheme and relocation package (if applicable). The posts are permanent.
For further details and an application pack please see our website at www.kcl.ac.uk/jobs or email vacancies @iop.kcl.ac.uk
For an informal discussion of the post please contact Professor Richard Brown via email at [email protected]
The closing date for receipt of applications is 29th November 2012. Interviews will be held mid December 2012 / early January 2013
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