Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for a Lectureship in Psychology in Research Methods and Methodology. The successful candidate will play a part in developing the School of Psychology’s vision to be the defining Applied School of Psychology for Australasia and the South Pacific that makes a difference in individual and collective lives.
The appointee will have an interest in and expertise suitable for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in psychological research methods and methodology. The role holder will be skilled in both quantitative and qualitative methods, and be able to demonstrate imagination and expertise in the use of a wide range of research methods and in applying these to make a difference in individual and collective lives. Knowledge and ability to teach and use software packages for data analysis are central.
The successful applicant should demonstrate the ability to contribute to a team research and teaching environment where research is applied to address important issues facing individuals and society. A sound understanding of the philosophy of science and how it relates to knowledge production in psychology would be an advantage and knowledge of mixed methods, and/or experience in evaluations would be an asset.
Closing date is 30 September 2017
Full details are at Massey University Career’s page.
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