Are you an enthusiastic researcher and lecturer in work & organizational psychology, occupational health psychology, or a related field? Then you have a part play as assistant professor! You will participate in a lively team of around 25 colleagues (assistant-, associate, and full professors, lecturers, PhD students) who are working on advancing our understanding of work behaviour to positively influence healthy and safe working.
You will be part of the Work, Health and Performance research programme of the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) and the Work & Organisational Psychology group of the School of Psychology, both part of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Radboud University. You will join a lively 25-strong team (assistant, associate, and full professors, lecturers, and PhD candidates) who are working on topics such as stress, fatigue, recovery, motivation, new ways of working, healthy and safe working, workplace injustice, and physical activity/inactivity.
We are looking for an assistant professor whose expertise fits our mission of understanding and promoting healthy and safe working in a changing society. As an assistant professor, you will conduct solid and sound research with the aim of having a significant scientific and social impact. You will also contribute to inspiring and innovative teaching in psychology. Your expertise will connect with - and be complementary to - our current expertise on the psychology of fatigue, hybrid working and sustainable well-being, safety and moral behaviour, and/or sedentary work and physical activity. We are especially interested in candidates who take an interest in fatigue, stress, recovery, and/or health behaviour (e.g. physical activity during leisure time or sedentary behaviour at work) in relation to work, health, motivation and performance, but we invite all candidates who can initiate and drive innovation within the field of Work and Organisational Psychology to apply.
We offer a combined (50%) teaching and (50%) research position. Teaching in Work & Organisational Psychology is at the Bachelor's and Master's degree levels. You will mostly teach in one or more subdisciplines: occupational health psychology, HRM psychology, and organisational psychology. You will supervise students in thesis projects at the Bachelor's and Master's levels. Teaching will be in Dutch and English.
You will regularly apply for external grant-based funding. You will also be expected to participate in management tasks, including committee memberships, selection committees, and recruitment activities.
Fixed-term contract: This is a temporary position for 1 year with the possibility of a permanent position.
Houtlaan 4, 6525 XZ, Nijmegen
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Make sure to apply no later than 31 Aug 2022 23:59 (Europe/Amsterdam).
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