Are you able to stimulate students to successfully master new knowledge and skills? Are you enthusiastic about a scientist-practitioner approach? Are you interested in themes in the area of work and organizational psychology and sports and performance psychology? This may be the position for you.
The work and organizational psychology programme
group of the University of Amsterdam has a vacancy for a teaching position (for .8 fte), starting date September 2023. You will teach and contribute to Bachelor and Master courses in the area of sports- and performance psychology and work and organizational psychology. You will also supervise Master and Bachelor students during their thesis and internship (docent 3).
The W&O Psychology group provides a propaedeutic course in Work and Organizational Psychology, a bachelor specialization, a master's program with four specialized master's tracks, and is involved in the Psychology Research Master's program. Our Bachelor specialization contains courses on teams in organizations, recruitment and selection, work motivation and occupational health, leadership and organizational culture, and an introduction in sport and performance psychology. Our Master tracks are aimed at Sports- and Performance Psychology, Coaching and Vitality, Human Resource and Career Management, and Consultancy and Organizational Development.What are you going to do?
As a teacher (docent 3) in the Work and Organizational psychology programme group your role will consist of a combination of the following job tasks:
- Developing, coordinating and teaching lectures and working groups in courses on Work- and Organizational and Sports- and Performance Psychology on Bachelor- or Master-level or both;
- Teaching working groups on psychological research or our Methods and Statistics courses.
- Formulating and grading of exams;
- Supervising intervision groups of (resmas)students
- Supervising students with their thesis (Bachelor and Master) and internships.
for information on the bachelor programme, here
for information on the master programme, and here
for information on the work and organizational psychology department.