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Vacancies within Department of Experimental Psychology

There are currently 3 vacancies within Department of Experimental Psychology:

Title Closes Salary
Administrative Assistant Dec. 10, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum (pro rata)
Research Assistant Dec. 10, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (pro rata)
Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology Jan. 14, 2022, noon Grade 10a: Combined University and College Salary: £48,835 to £65,574 per annum, plus substantial additional benefits including a College housing allowance of £20,000 per annum (if applicable) and a Supplementary Duties Allowance of £5,132.86 p.a.

Administrative Assistant

Closes: Dec. 10, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly motivated Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support for the Oxford research team within a multisite research trial.&#160; The research project they are working on is to evaluate the effectiveness of KiVa to reduce bullying in the UK primary schools.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is part-time (20%), fixed term until 31 August 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for a number of important administration functions to ensure the smooth running of the trial including acting as first point of contact in the administration for schools, making administrative arrangements for training and meetings, preparing documentation and supporting qualitative data transcribing.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have previous experience of managing administrative processes and reception or customer facing work with the ability to interpret, apply and communicate regulations and procedures.&#160;&#160; You will be able to work independently but also as part of a team, organise your own workload in order to meet deadlines and be willing to resolve situations where appropriate.&#160;&#160; A good knowledge of Outlook, Word and Excel along with experience of using databases is also required.&#160;&#160; Previous experience of financial administration, working with qualitative data and working with schools are also desirable.&#160; &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on 10th December.&#160; &#160;Interviews will be held on the morning of Thursday 16th December 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be asked to include the name and contact details of two referees.&#160;&#160;To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please see below.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Dec. 10, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited from enthusiastic and motivated research assistants to be part of a team evaluating the effectiveness of KiVa to reduce bullying in UK primary schools.&#160;&#160; The research team consists of members from four universities in the UK: Oxford, Bangor, Warwick and Exeter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a part-time position (60% FTE), fixed term until 31 August 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The primary role of the post holder will be to assist with collecting qualitative data, questionnaire distribution and data collection at 30 primary schools around Oxfordshire. They will also analyse and disseminate data at local or national presentations, when required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold an undergraduate degree (2.1 or above) together with some experience in a relevant area such as psychology, mental health or education.&#160; Also essential for this role is experience of working with children in a school setting, the ability to manage and organise your own research and administrative activities, and excellent communication and IT skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An enhanced DBS check is required due to regulated activity involving children.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on 10th December and interviews will be held on the morning of Thursday 16th December.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please see the link below.</div> </div>

Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology

Closes: Jan. 14, 2022, noon; salary: Grade 10a: Combined University and College Salary: £48,835 to £65,574 per annum, plus substantial additional benefits including a College housing allowance of £20,000 per annum (if applicable) and a Supplementary Duties Allowance of £5,132.86 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Associate Professorship of Experimental Psychology&#160;</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Department of Experimental Psychology in association with St John&#8217;s College</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for an Associate Professorship of Experimental Psychology based at the Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford, with effect from 1 September 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The post is in association with a Tutorial Fellowship at St John&#8217;s College.&#160;The Associate Professor will join a dynamic and collaborative department whose aim is to conduct world-leading experimental research to understand the psychological and neural mechanisms relevant to human behaviour and to translate these findings into evidence-based public benefits and mental health and wellbeing, education, industry, and policy.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main duties of this post will be to conduct an independent research programme in your area of psychological science, and to contribute to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the department through lectures, practical classes and supervision, and to college teaching and tutorials. Within this broad focus, we particularly encourage applications from those with expertise in complex cognitive processes including reasoning, intelligence, learning, memory, and perception. There is ample opportunity for appointments at the intersection of these areas of specialism and other key areas priorities including behavioural change, artificial intelligence, and health and well-being. We welcome research that helps embed experimental psychology in real-world contexts and brings tangible societal benefits, in line with our commitment to supporting impact.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a doctorate in Psychology or a related science; an ability to contribute to teaching and training of undergraduate and graduate students; a strong and developing track record of research in the psychology of development or language and allied fields; and current research funding or an independent research track record likely to attract competitive research grant funding. You will also be expected to participate in the administration of St John&#8217;s College and the Department of Experimental Psychology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An attractive financial package is offered to the successful applicant, including a College housing allowance (if applicable) of &#163;20,000 per annum plus other benefits.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the &#8216;Apply&#8217; link herein.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Friday 14 January 2022</strong>. Interviews will be held during the week commencing 7 February 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are underrepresented in academic posts in Oxford.</div> </div>