The Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) and the School of Psychology and Artificial Intelligence (PSKI) at Radboud University invite applications for an Assistant Professor position. We are seeking a faculty member to expand our Behaviour Change and Well-Being (BCW) research programme and our Social and Cultural Psychology teaching programme.
We are looking for someone who can strengthen our research team within the domain of stereotyping, prejudice and diversity. We are especially interested in candidates with expertise on the cognitive and affective underpinnings of social perception, judgment and/or behaviour.
You will be teaching in the field of social psychology, including the two subdisciplines of social cognition and person perception, and prejudice and discrimination within the Master’s degree programme in Behaviour Change. Furthermore, you will supervise students at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels. You will teach in the Bachelor’s degree programme in Psychology, the Master’s degree programme in Behaviour Change, and the Research Master’s degree programme in Behavioural Science of the Behavioural Science Graduate School. Teaching will mainly be in English.
You will have a combined (50%) teaching and (50%) research position. You will be expected to regularly apply for external grant-based funding.