Four positions are available in the Department of Psychology
at The University of Western Australia. A copy of the
advertisment follows. The areas in which appointments will
be made are not fixed, but it might be of interest to readers
of this group that applicants with an interest in Cognitive
Neuropsychology may be given preference. However, applications
from all neuroscience areas will be welcomed.
Geoff Hammond (jeff at psy.uwa.oz.au)
The University of Western Australia
Perth, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2 SENIOR LECTURERS (TENURABLE)
1 LECTURER (TENURABLE)
1 LECTURER (3-YEAR FIXED TERM).
Applications for these positions are invited from candidates
with research interests in any area of Psychology.
For one of the Senior Lecturer posts expertise in the field
of Organizational Psychology is highly desirable. A
successful candidate in this area will be expected to
provide teaching and research leadership, taking
responsibility for the Organizational Psychology stream of
the two-year Master of Psychology programme. Professional
experience is desirable. The ability to forge links with the
local commercial and business community, and a strong
research record (evidenced by such indicators as
publications, research grants, or contract funds) are
Although academic excellence will be the major criterion in
each case, Cognitive Neuropsychology, Personality, and
Social Psychology are areas which would be especially
valued. Applicants who wish to be considered for appointment
at Senior Lecturer level would be expected to possess a PhD,
have a strong record of published research, and have
substantial experience of University teaching. Applicants
for a lectureship would be expected to possess a PhD, have a
promising record of published research, and have some
experience of University teaching. A record of success as a
practitioner in a field may be considered to offset some of
the normal academic prerequisites.
The Department of Psychology has an outstanding record of
research, is one of the largest and most vigorous in this
thriving university, and facilities for teaching and
research are excellent. Housing costs are among the lowest
in Australia, the climate makes possible a wide range of
lifestyles, and there are attractive removal and other
benefits. Further information can be obtained from Dr Chris
Pratt at the Department of Psychology, either by telephone
(61-9-) 380 3278, by fax (61-9-) 380 1006 or by email
(chris at psy.uwa.oz.au).
SALARY RANGE: Lecturer $AUS39,463 - $47,150 p.a.
Senior Lecturer $AUS48,688 - $56,375 p.a.
CLOSING DATE: 22 MAY 1992
Benefits include superannuation, fares to Perth for the appointee
and dependent family, removal allowance, study leave, and long
service leave. Conditions of appointment will be specified in any
offer of appointment which may be made as a result of this advertisment.
University policy on salary loadings is currently under review.
Written applications quoting reference number, telephone number,
qualifications and experience, and the names, addresses and fax/
telephone numbers of three referees should reach the Acting Director,
Personnel Services, The University of Western Australia, Nedlands,
WA 6009, AUSTRALIA, by the closing date.