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 Lecturer in Social Psychology (2 Posts)
Institution/Organization: Keele University
Job Location: United Kingdom
Job Type: Tenure-Track
Contact Person: Michael Murray
Date Posted: June 8th, 2016
Closing Date: July 7th, 2016
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Keele University is renowned for its exciting approach to higher education, innovative research, beautiful campus, strong community spirit and excellent student life. With a turnover in excess of £100 million, over 9,000 students and a total staff of approximately 2000, the University provides high quality teaching across a wide range of academic and vocational subjects and promotes world-class research. Further information can be found at:

This post represents an exciting opportunity for an ambitious individual to join a team of staff in Keele University’s School of Psychology which is going through a period of sustained growth with plans to recruit to a series of new posts over the next two years. For this post we welcome applications from psychologists with teaching and research interests in social/community/developmental psychology. You will be responsible for providing teaching and learning support within the School of Psychology at Keele. You will be expected to have completed or almost completed your PhD.

The successful candidate will join a dynamic and thriving School of Psychology which has expanded significantly and has ambitious plans for further growth. There is an excellent research and teaching infrastructure, and a strong commitment and track record in providing high quality educational programmes. There are excellent research facilities and candidates will be expected to develop an independent research programme.

For an informal discussion about the post please telephone Professor Michael Murray (

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