In the academic session 2022/23, Radboud University PhD Position in the Netherlands is accepting applications for a Junior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology.
For a 6-year term, you will have both teaching (40%) and research (60%) responsibilities as a Junior Lecturer/PhD Candidate. The post will lead to a PhD and a teaching certificate from a university (BKO).
In the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in Psychology, you will be responsible for a variety of activities, including 1) tutoring research-related workgroups in the first year of the Bachelor’s program in Psychology, 2) supervision of third-year students in their Bachelor’s degree research project, which will be aligned with your own PhD research, and 3) supervision of Master’s theses in the Master’s program in Healthcare Psychology.
You will develop a varied variety of teaching abilities, including lecturing, over the course of six years.
This will allow you to get your university teaching certificate while working with a mentor.
We aim to develop our students as scientist-practitioners in Clinical Psychology, employing a strong scientific understanding of psychopathology and its treatment.
Students with a Master’s degree should be able to use evidence-based evaluation methodologies and therapeutic treatments.
You will be a member of the BSI’s Experimental Psychopathology and Treatment (EPT) research program as a Junior Lecturer/PhD candidate.
You’ll be accepted into the BSI Graduate School, which will help you with your research and training.
Because there is such a close link between research and teaching in this role, your research subject should seek to stimulate and pique students’ interests so that you may supervise their Bachelor’s and/or Master’s thesis projects on your topic.
This position will specifically focus on a self-selected topic within the EPT program’s main focus: Contributing fundamental scientific knowledge in the domain of abnormal psychology through experimental studies of cognitive, neuro-affective, biological, and decision-making processes in psychopathology.
Worth of Award
- Based on a 38-hour workweek, the gross monthly income ranges from €2,836 to €3,807, depending on prior schooling and the number of years of relevant job experience (salary scale 10, grade 0-7). Based on credentials and applicable experience, the beginning wage will be scale 10, grade 0 (€2,836) or scale 10, grade 1 (€2,968).
- You will be paid an 8% holiday allowance and an 8.3% end-of-year bonus.
- It is about a six-year temporary position.
Radboud University PhD Position Requirements
- You have a Master’s degree in Psychology, Behavioural Science, or a related field.
- You have teaching and research experience, as well as a strong desire to achieve in both; expertise as a psychologist in the field of mental health treatment would be advantageous.
- Your academic achievement is excellent, as shown by your grade transcripts and CV.
- A writing sample, such as a chapter from your Master’s thesis, a (forthcoming or published) publication, or a delivered conference paper, demonstrates that you have strong writing abilities.
- You have the option of teaching in English. You may be invited to an English-language job interview as part of the selection process. It would be advantageous if you could teach in Dutch.
- You are a team member who is aggressive and eager.
- You have project management skills, as well as flexibility and proactive behavior, which will enable you to complete your PhD thesis on time.
How to Apply for Radboud University PhD Position
Please complete the application form and attach the papers listed below:
- A writing sample, ideally in English, such as a chapter from your Master’s thesis or upcoming work.
The first round of interviews will take hold on January 17th, 2022.
In the week of February 7th, the second round of interviews will take place.
You would want to start working on April 1, 2022.
Deadline: applications close December 19, 2021.
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