The Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor; the successful applicant will be nominated for a Tier II Canada Research Chair in the area of Children and the Justice System, with an expected appointment date of July 1st, 2020. The ideal candidate would develop a research program that uses the methods of experimental forensic psychology to investigate children’s experiences within the justice system. Examples of such research programs could include the development of evidence-based practices to guide how police/attorneys collect information from children; perceptions of child witnesses; or, research that advances theory in the development of memory and morality/lie-telling in children.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in psychology, or a related field. The Chair will be based in the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts. The University of Regina's Strategic Plan 2015-2020 (peyak aski kikawinaw - together we are stronger) emphasizes Social Justice and Community Safety as a strategic priority. The impact of the work carried out by our researchers in this area is felt at all levels, from first responders and police investigators to researchers and policy makers. The successful candidate’s research program will contribute to the growth and impact of this research area.
Theprovides excellent institutional infrastructure to support the research program of the Chair. It houses the Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety, which brings together researchers from Psychology, Justice Studies, Engineering, Economics, Computer Science, History, and other disciplines to carry out research that can be disseminated directly to the justice community nation-wide and internationally. The successful applicant will be able to leverage the University’s extensive network of relationships with virtually every major organization involved in justice and community safety in Saskatchewan, including the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Saskatchewan Police College; and, the Correctional Service of Canada. It is also home to the Child Trauma Research Centre (CTRC), an interdisciplinary centre developed in strategic partnership with community organizations that is designed to improve the lives of children who experience trauma.
Theis home to approximately 100 full-time faculty members in fourteen departments and seven interdisciplinary programs in social sciences and humanities, and several research chairs, including the Saskatchewan Law Foundation Chair in Police Studies. The Faculty supports collaboration with community organizations through its Community Research Unit (CRU); the CRU plays a very important role in assisting researchers in mobilizing their research findings in the justice community.
Theoffers a vibrant, diverse research environment that has yielded some of the University’s greatest research successes, including attracting nearly 54 million dollars in external funding in the last decade. The Chair will find a rich network of potential faculty collaborators with a variety of forensic research interests and will have the opportunity to contribute to our graduate programs in Experimental and Applied Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Police Studies, and Justice Studies.
Prospective candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. Review of applications will begin 1 May 2019 and will continue until a CRC nominee is selected through a candidate appraisal and interview process. To apply, applicants must electronically submit the following documents via the online Human Resources portal:
1) a cover letter describing how the applicant meets the criteria for the position;
2) a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness;
3) an up-to-date curriculum vitae;
4) research article reprints or preprints;
5) unofficial transcripts; and
6) a proposed five-year research plan in Children and the Justice System that addresses the objectives of the CRC program (maximum 2,500 words). This plan should include a proposal for developing or enhancing interdisciplinary research strengths, and a plan for developing externally funded research projects and/or other projects appropriate to the CRC mandate.
Candidates should also arrange for letters from three (3) referees and official university transcripts to be sent directly to: Dr. Rick Kleer, Dean Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina SK, S4S 0A2, or to Arts.Deans.Office@uregina.ca
The Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) were established by the Canadian Government as part of a national strategy to foster research excellence. Tier 2 Chairs are intended for exceptional emerging scholars with less than 10 years of active research in their field. Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned their highest degree (and where career breaks exist, such as maternity, parental or extended sick leave, clinical training, etc.) are encouraged to provide any relevant information about their experience and/or career interruptions to allow for a fair assessment of their application. Candidates may have their eligibility for a Tier 2 Chair assessed through the program's Tier 2 justification process. The nominee must meet the requirements for the position of Tier 2 Chair as defined by the CRC program. Please consult the Canada Research Chairs website for full program information, including further details on eligibility criteria). All Canada Research Chairs are subject to review and final approval by the CRC Program.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Applicants representing designated diversity groups are encouraged to self-identify on their application.
The University of Regina is committed to an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the community that we serve. The University welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, including individuals within the University's employment equity categories of women, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities/racialized groups, aboriginal persons, individuals of diverse gender and sexual orientation and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code.
Acadia University is proudly located on Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq People.
Located in beautiful Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Acadia University is recognized as an outstanding academic institution. Founded in 1838, it is one of Canada’s oldest and most respected universities and offers a liberal arts education that is unique among post-secondary institutions. Acadia offers a stimulating, vibrant environment, on and off campus, where dedicated faculty inspire and challenge students to be their best through supportive personalized learning environments, holistic education and nurturing community engagement. Academic innovation has garnered the university a reputation for excellence in teaching and research at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Faculty of Pure & Applied Science Department of Psychology
Position # 21115: The Department of Psychology invites applications for a 9.5 month contractually limited term position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning August 1, 2019. Qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. in Psychology with expertise in the areas of human neuropsychology and cognition, with an ability to teach the following courses: Neuropsychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Introductory Psychology.
Applications must include a letter of application describing teaching and research experience, any evidence of teaching effectiveness, and an up-to-date curriculum vitae including the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three people who will provide letters of reference. Potential candidates shall send the application package and arrange to have three letters of reference sent to:
Dr. Darlene Brodeur, Department Head
c/o Ms. Leanna McDonald
Department of Psychology
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6
Phone: (902) 585-1301
Facsimile: (902) 585-1078
e -mail: Darlene.email@example.com
Closing Date: April 30, 2019.
The University invites applications from all qualified individuals and values a diverse and inclusive workplace. Acadia University is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from Aboriginal people, African Nova Scotians, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women, and persons of any minority sexual orientation or gender identity. Candidates who identify as a member of one of the afore mentioned groups, and who wish to have the application considered as such, should complete the Employment Equity Voluntary Self-Identification Form as part of their application package. Canadian and permanent residents will be given priority.
The University of Victoria is consistently ranked in the top tier of Canada’s research-intensive universities. Vital impact drives the UVic sense of purpose. As an internationally renowned teaching and research hub, we tackle essential issues that matter to people, places and the planet. Situated in the Pacific Rim, our location breeds a profound passion for exploration. Defined by its edges, this extraordinary environment inspires us to defy boundaries, discover, and innovate in exciting ways. It’s different here, naturally and by design. We live, learn, work and explore on the edge of what’s next—for our planet and its peoples. Our commitment to research-inspired dynamic learning and vital impact make this Canada’s most extraordinary environment for discovery and innovation. Experience the edge of possibilities for yourself.
The University of Victoria community acknowledges with respect the Lkwungen-speaking peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.
invites applications for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Mobile Health and Data Analytics. The area of mobile health and aging is an emerging strength of researchers at UVic and is a key component of precision health by providing reliable, efficient, and low cost approaches for measuring health-related processes and outcomes. Mobile assessments permit an ecologically valid assessment of health behaviors and outcomes, well-being, and cognition by capturing these processes throughout an individual’s daily life, where and when it matters. This Canada Research Chair will run a world-class research program developing innovations in real-time monitoring and just-in-time interventions using wireless technologies (mobile phones, wearables) to optimize psychological and health states and to improve health outcomes. The target candidate will establish an externally funded, internationally recognized research program in the area of aging and health.
The Faculty of Social Sciences has a complement of 128 research faculty members, including four existing CRCs and over 400 graduate students. The successful applicant will be appointed to an appropriate unit in the Faculty (which comprises the Departments of Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology, and the School of Environmental Studies) and will be an affiliate of the Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health.
The successful applicant will be nominated by the university for a CRC Tier 2 and, upon approval by the CRC Secretariat, will then be offered a position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (eligible for tenure, or with tenure). The anticipated start date is July 1, 2020.
Tier 2 CRC Chairs are one of Canada’s premier early career recognition and recruitment programs, and are intended for exceptional emerging scholars (i.e., candidates must have been an active researcher in their field for fewer than 10 years at the time of nomination). Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned their highest degree (and where career breaks exist) may have their eligibility for a Tier 2 Chair assessed through the program’s Tier 2. For more information on the CRC program generally and on eligibility specifically, please consult the website.
This CRC recruitment is part of a broad strategy to expand and raise the profile of research in health and aging at the University of Victoria. The successful applicant will be expected to engage with the UVic Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health (), which has a 25-year history of high-quality research, community outreach, and trainee support. Research strengths in the Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health are currently organized around cognitive health, lifelong health, and vulnerability and frailty.
Candidates will be evaluated on the following criteria. The successful candidate will have a PhD or equivalent research record, will be an emerging world-class researcher in the field of mobile/digital health technologies, will have a critical understanding of digital health technologies in the context of aging research and diverse and/or marginalized populations, and be proposing an original, innovative research program of high quality with the potential to achieve international recognition. The candidate will offer evidence of high-quality teaching and supervision, including support to create inclusiveness and support learning among a student body diversified by gender, ethnicity, age, place or origin and many other factors. The successful candidate will demonstrate potential to collaborate with a range of diverse colleagues affiliated with the Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health. In addition, the candidate will translate the knowledge generated by their research program through the Research Partnerships and Knowledge Mobilization office.
In accordance with the University’s Equity Plan and pursuant to Section 42 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to members of the following groups: Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and women. Candidates from these groups, who wish to qualify for preferential consideration, must self-identify in their cover letter.
The University acknowledges the potential impact that career interruptions can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement. We encourage applicants to explain in their application the impact that career interruptions have had on their record.
To be considered, please submit a completed application package including:
- Cover letter providing an overview of the candidate’s qualifications, how they fulfill the criteria defined above, and how their research capacity would complement the existing research strengths within the Faculty of Social Sciences;
- Detailed curriculum vitae;
- Maximum 4-page description of the candidate’s proposed research program;
- 1-page description of the candidate’s three most important research contributions to date;
- Maximum 2-page statement of teaching experience and approach, including evidence of teaching effectiveness and working well with diverse students;
- One-page statement identifying their strengths and experiences in promoting diversity;
- Contact information for three referees.
The application package should be addressed to Dr. Scott Hofer, Chair of Search Committee via email to with the subject heading “Mobile Health and Data Analytics Position”. In order to be considered, application packages must by received by May 3, 2019.
UVic is committed to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our living, learning and work environments. In pursuit of our values, we seek members who will work respectfully and constructively with differences and across levels of power. We actively encourage applications from members of groups experiencing barriers to equity. Read our full equity statement here:
Persons with disabilities, who anticipate needing accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, may contact Faculty Relations and Academic Administration in the Office of the VP Academic and Provost at. Any personal information provided will be maintained in confidence.
Faculty and Librarians at the University of Victoria are governed by the provisions of the Collective Agreement. Members are represented by the University of Victoria Faculty Association ().
The Department of Psychology at the University of Regina is seeking applications for a 2-year term position in Neuropsychology at the rank of Assistant Professor.
Anticipated date of commencement is July 1, 2019, depending on the availability of the successful candidate.
Duties of the successful applicant will include a combination of the following: teaching at the undergraduate & graduate level, honours & graduate thesis supervision or co-supervision, and participation in departmental activities. We are specifically seeking candidates who can teach some of the following courses: Neuropsychological Assessment and Basic Neuroscience.
The Department maintains good relations with a number of health care, policing, research, and other educational facilities both within Regina and throughout the province. Of interest to those applicants with a clinical background, the clinical program at the University of Regina is committed to the scientist-practitioner model and is accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association. The Department has also recently opened a state-of-the art Psychology Training Clinic. For more information on the department and the Faculty of Arts, please refer to http://www.uregina.ca/arts .
Review of applications will begin March 15, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit their materials immediately.
Qualified applicants must submit the following materials electronically via www.uregina.ca/hr/careers: a covering letter providing a statement of teaching and research interests; a current curriculum vita; evidence of teaching effectiveness; statement of teaching philosophy; course outlines (either actual or proposed); unofficial transcripts; reprints or preprints.
Candidates must also arrange for three (3) current letters of reference to be sent directly by the referees to Dr Rick Kleer, Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4S 0A2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that shortlisted candidates will be asked to have original transcripts sent directly by the post-secondary institutions to the address above.
Position enquiries may be addressed to: Dr Richard MacLennan, Head, Department of Psychology; phone: (306) 585-4157; email: email@example.com.
Subject to approval through the Canada Research Chair Secretariat, the Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest is seeking two Canada Research Chairs – Tier 2 in Cognitive Neuroscience at the level of scientist, with the expectation of receiving a status-only appointment at the assistant or associate professor levels at the University of Toronto, or possess the necessary qualifications to be appointed at these levels. The Canada Research Chair appointments begin on or after July 1, 2020.
The Rotman Research Institute (RRI) of Baycrest is a premier interdisciplinary, international centre for the study of human brain function. Our core research themes are: Cognitive Neuroscience, Aging and Brain Health, Alzheimer’s and Related Diseases, and Neuroinformatics. Our research focuses on cognitive brain functions (including memory, executive function, attention, perception, and language), both in normal aging and in the presence of diseases and conditions that affect the brain, such as Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. The Rotman Research Institute supports behavioral, neuropsychological, neuroimaging, and neurocomputational studies with state-of-the-art facilities, including eye-tracking, electroencephalography, and magnetoencephalography laboratories and a research-dedicated Siemens 3 Tesla MRI in-house at Baycrest.
We welcome applications from researchers approaching aging and brain health from a wide range of perspectives, including, but not limited to, neuroscience, psychology, kinesiology, occupational therapy, engineering, or computer science. Individuals with experience or interests in imaging, virtual/augmented reality, artificial intelligence, exercise, or human factors are particularly encouraged to apply. We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, and outstanding research support. Teaching is not required as part of RRI appointments, but there may be teaching requirements associated with University status appointments.
QUALIFICATION AND JOB DUTIES
Tier 2 CRCs are tenable for five years and renewable once, and are intended for exceptional emerging researchers, acknowledged by their peers as having the potential to lead in their field. Successful applicants would have the opportunity to continue as RRI Senior Scientists at the end of their CRC appointments. Applicants should have:
- Doctoral degree or equivalent in neuroscience, psychology, engineering, computer science, kinesiology, occupational therapy or a related field.
- Demonstrated impact through independent research activities in the fields of aging and cognitive neuroscience, including peer-reviewed research publications in scientific journals, peer-reviewed grants, and other research-related knowledge translation activities.
- A research focus connected to the Rotman Research Institute core themes of cognitive neuroscience; aging and brain health; Alzheimer’s and related diseases; and, neuroinformatics.
- A desire to collaborate with RRI scientists and other Baycrest researchers on foundational and translational research programs.
- Eligibility for appointment as a status-only faculty member in the appropriate University department.
- Ability to attract, train, and retain trainees at the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral levels.
- Strong communication and collaboration skills.
To be submitted by the deadline of February 25, 2019
Applications should include:
- A cover letter of no more than two pages addressing the criteria noted above;
- An up-to-date detailed curriculum vitae (please include career interruptions such as parental or sick leaves that may have impacted your record of research and that you would like to have taken into consideration in the selection process);
- A five-year research plan (two-three pages); and,
- The names and contact information of three who may be contacted by Baycrest for letters of references.
Baycrest recognizes that scholars have varying career paths and that a non-traditional career and career interruptions due to personal circumstances can be part of an excellent academic record. Search committee members have been instructed to give careful consideration to, and be sensitive to the impact of, non-traditional career paths and career interruptions in their assessments.
Baycrest acknowledges and honours the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. We believe that it is the differences in people that make us stronger, and because of our differences, we have the potential to enrich our quality of work-life, foster innovation and obtain better outcomes for our clients. We pledge ourselves to creating and maintaining an environment that respects diverse traditions, identities, heritages and experiences. We will ensure that the workplace, including all policies, procedures and practices, is free of deliberate or unintentional barriers so that no one is disadvantaged. We will work together to create an environment that respects all persons, where barriers that limit an individual’s ability to realize their maximum potential do not exist.
Baycrest especially welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous persons, and persons with a disability.
For more information about this employment opportunity, please contact Dr. Jennifer Ryan, Director, Scientific and Academic Affairs; firstname.lastname@example.org.
An appropriately qualified individual may be nominated for a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair.
Nominees should be within ten years of receiving their PhD. Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned their highest degree (and where career breaks exist, such as maternity, parental or extended sick leave, clinical training, etc.) may have their eligibility for a Tier 2 chair assessed through the program’s Tier 2 justification process.
For further information on these federally endowed chairs, open to all nationalities, including eligibility criteria, please consult the Canada Research Chairs website. For more information about the CRC nomination process at the University of Toronto and affiliated hospitals, contact Judith Chadwick, Assistant Vice-President, Research Services - email@example.com or visit www.research.utoronto.ca/crc.
Baycrest is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources at (416) 785-2500, ext. 2961.
CRC requires the collection of self-identification data in relation to the four designated groups for all applicants to CRC opportunities. You will be asked to fill in a voluntary survey that will be submitted directly to Human Resources. For privacy purposes, the results of the survey will be shared with Baycrest’s CRC nominations committee only on an aggregate basis and only when there are five or more applicants.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
The Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Behavioural Neuroscience to begin as early as July 1, 2019.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. by the time of appointment or shortly thereafter. We seek candidates with clearly demonstrated potential to establish a strong research program in behavioural neuroscience, at the cellular and/or systems level, using vertebrate or invertebrate models. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in graduate training and departmental activities and service, and to fill undergraduate teaching needs in the neurobiology of learning and memory and/or psychopharmacology. The candidate will be a member of the Cognitive and Neural Sciences area within the Psychology Department, which currently has research strengths in cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, behavioural endocrinology and chronobiology.
Simon Fraser University is consistently ranked among the top comprehensive universities in Canada. More information about the Psychology Department and the University can be found on our website at http://www.sfu.ca/psychology. For information about neuroscience laboratories across campus, see http://www.sfu.ca/neuroscience.html. The campus is located on Burnaby Mountain in Greater Vancouver. Vancouver is a scenic waterfront city located minutes from the mountains and a wide range of outdoor activities. It has a reputation as a clean, safe, multicultural and ethnically diverse city, and is one of the very top cities in the world in which to live and work.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. SFU is an equity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of the university. This is an entry-level position. Only those holding or those eligible to be promoted to the rank will be considered. The position is subject to availability of funding and final approval by the SFU Board of Governors.
Application materials should be submitted electronically, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, copies of representative publications, and arrange for three referees to submit letters of reference.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled, with priority given to completed applications received prior to April 18, 2019.
Inquiries should be directed to:
Dr. Deb Connolly
Chair, Department of Psychology
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 Canada
Under the authority of the University Act personal information that is required by the University as part of academic appointment competitions will be collected. For further details see: http://www.sfu.ca/vpacademic/Faculty_Openings/Collection_Notice.html.
The Department of Psychology at Mount Allison University invites applications for a one-year teaching McCain Postdoctoral Fellow in the areas of human neuropsychology or adulthood and aging. The successful candidate would be expected to teach three courses: Introductory Psychology, a senior seminar in their area of expertise, and one of two third-year courses: either Sensation & Perception or Adulthood & Aging. Essential qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. in Psychology or a related field and a commitment to quality teaching at the undergraduate level. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019, subject to budgetary approval.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, evidence of effective teaching (if available), a statement of teaching interests, and a minimum of 3 letters of reference.
Ideally, applications should be uploaded here: academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/13118
Applications may also be sent to:
Dr. Jennifer Tomes, Chair of the Search Committee
Department of Psychology
Mount Allison University
49A York Street
Fax: (506) 364-2467
Phone: (506) 364-2460
The review of applications will begin on February 15, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants can learn more about the Psychology Department and the current interests of our friendly and dynamic faculty at www.mta.ca/faculty/science/psych/index.html.
Mount Allison acknowledges, honours, and respects that the land named Sackville, NB is part of the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People who are the historic inhabitants, custodians, and dwellers on the land where our University is built and confirms its commitment to strengthening relationships with all Indigenous people.
Mount Allison is committed to diversity and inclusiveness. We encourage applications from members of racialized communities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of all sexual and gender identities. We seek candidates with qualifications and knowledge to contribute specifically to the further diversification of our campus community.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority. Canadians and permanent residents should indicate their citizenship status in their application.
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A major aspect of brain health relates to the negative functional, psychological, and social consequences of brain lesions and dysfunctions. Conversely, behavioural, cognitive, psychological and social interventions can improve outcomes following brain insults. Using a variety of strategies, including animal models, cellular and molecular biology, genomics, electrophysiology, behaviour and neuroimaging, this chair will examine the interactions among the biological bases of functional neural plasticity, cognitive functioning, and brain health. The development of innovative strategies and therapeutic tools is dependent on understanding of the physical and psychological manifestations of brain diseases.
Assigned to the School of Psychology in the Faculty of Social Sciences, the chair will strengthen efforts that have been made to make uOttawa an international leader in Brain Health and will also benefit from collaborations with colleagues in thein the , the , and the at the Royal Mental Health Centre.
Tier 2 CRC Program Description: Tier 2 Chairs, tenable for five years and renewable once, are for exceptional emerging researchers, acknowledged by their peers as having the potential to lead in their field. For each Tier 2 Chair, the institution receives $100,000 annually for five years. New Tier 2 Chairs will also receive an annual research stipend of $20,000 during their first term.
Candidates should, at a minimum, be assistant or associate professors, or possess the necessary qualifications to be appointed to these levels. Nominating institutions may nominate a professor or a researcher who is more than 10 years from their highest degree at the time of nomination and has experienced legitimate career interruptions (see acceptable justifications). In such cases, institutions must submit to the Secretariat a formal justification (using the Tier 2 Justification Screening Form), explaining why the nominee is still considered to be an emerging scholar. The University recognizes the legitimate impact that leaves (e.g., parental leave, leave due to illness) can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement and that these leaves will be taken into careful consideration during the assessment process. New CRC nominees are also eligible for infrastructure support from the (CFI) to help acquire state-of-the-art equipment essential to their work.
Preferential Hiring: The University of Ottawa strongly supports a workplace environment that removes disparities experienced by the designated groups in Canada: women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities, as defined in the. This competition is a preferential hiring, which gives priority to one or more of the designated groups. Candidates from these groups who wish to qualify for preferential consideration must fill the self-identification form: .
Required Qualifications: A PhD in Psychology, superior research achievements in the CRC’s identified area(s) and proof of interdisciplinary collaborations, a solid record with respect to teaching and training of students at the graduate level, the ability to obtain external research funds, excellent communication skills in either English or French. An active knowledge of the other official language would be an asset.
Rank and salary: Regular tenure-track academic appointment in the School of Psychology in the Faculty of Social Sciences. This position is governed by a collective agreement between the University of Ottawa and the Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa.
- A cover letter;
- An up-to-date curriculum vitae (please include career interruptions such as parental or sick leaves that may have impacted your record of research. These will be taken into consideration in the selection process);
- A research plan (2 to 3 pages);
- A statement of teaching interests (1 to 2 pages); and
- The names of three people who may be contacted by the University for letters of reference.
Deadline: February 25th 2019
The selection process will begin in February and will continue until the position is filled. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Please send the application package to the following address or by email to:
Dr. Sylvain Charbonneau, Vice-President, Research
University of Ottawa
550 Cumberland St., room 246
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5 CANADA
If you are invited to continue the selection process, please notify us of any particular adaptive measures you might require by contacting the Office of the Associate Vice-President, Faculty Affairs at 613-562-5958. The Canada Research Chairs Program imposes no restrictions on nominees with regard to nationality or country of residence. Procedures to allow non-Canadian chairholders to work in Canada have been established by Employment and Social Development Canada and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
The University of Ottawa is justly proud of its 160-year tradition of bilingualism. Through its Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute, the University provides training to staff members and their spouses in their second official language. At the time of tenure, professors are expected to be able to function in a bilingual setting. In certain cases, professors must have the ability to teach in both official languages to be granted tenure.
Chaire de recherche du Canada de niveau 2 sur la contribution du fonctionnement neurocognitif à la santé cérébrale
La santé cérébrale est grandement influencée par les conséquences néfastes des lésions cérébrales et des dysfonctionnements du cerveau sur le plan fonctionnel, psychologique et social. Les interventions comportementales, cognitives, psychologiques et sociales peuvent aider à atténuer les conséquences d’une agression cérébrale. En faisant appel à un large éventail de stratégies (modèles animaux, biologie cellulaire et moléculaire, génomique, électrophysiologie, comportements et neuroimagerie), cette chaire de recherche étudiera les relations entre les fondements biologiques de la plasticité fonctionnelle du cerveau, du fonctionnement cognitif et de la santé cérébrale. La création de stratégies et d’outils thérapeutiques novateurs repose avant tout sur notre compréhension des manifestations physiques et psychologiques des maladies cérébrales.
Attribuée à l’École de psychologie de la Faculté des sciences sociales, la chaire de recherche viendra solidifier les efforts déployés par l’Université d’Ottawa pour se positionner comme un chef de file international dans le domaine de la santé cérébrale, avec le concours de collègues issus de la, de l’ , de l’ et de l’ du Centre de santé mentale Royal Ottawa.
Description du Programme CRC niveau 2 : Leschaires de niveau 2, d’une durée de cinq ans et renouvelables une seule fois, dont les titulaires sontdes chercheurs émergents exceptionnelsconsidérés par leurs pairs comme étant susceptibles de devenir des chefs de file dans leur domaine. Pour chaque chaire de niveau 2, l’établissement reçoit 100 000 $ par année pendant cinq ans. Les nouveaux titulaires de chaires niveau 2 recevront également une allocation de recherche annuelle de 20,000 $ durant leur premier mandat.
Les candidats doivent être, au minimum, professeurs adjoints ou professeurs agrégés ou doivent posséder les qualifications nécessaires pour pouvoir être nommés à ces niveaux. L’établissement peut proposer la candidature d’un professeur ou d’un chercheur qui, au moment de la mise en candidature, a obtenu son diplôme le plus avancé plus de 10 ans auparavant et a dû interrompre sa carrière de façon légitime (voir la section intitulée). Dans de tels cas, l’établissement doit présenter au Secrétariat une justification en bonne et due forme (à l’aide du ), indiquant les raisons pour lesquelles le candidat est toujours considéré comme étant un nouveau chercheur. L’Université reconnaît l’impact légitime que les congés (congés parentaux, congés pour maladie, par exemple) peuvent avoir sur le dossier de recherche d’un candidat et que ces congés seront pris en compte lors du processus d’évaluation. Les personnes nouvellement sélectionnées pour une CRC sont aussi admissibles à une aide financière de la pour acquérir de l’équipement de pointe indispensable à leur travail.
Embauche préférentielle :L’Université d’Ottawa tient à offrir un milieu de travail qui élimine les inégalités à l’endroit des groupes désignés au Canada : les femmes, les autochtones, les personnes handicapées et les personnes qui font partie des minorités visibles au sens de la. Ce concours est une embauche préférentielle, donnant ainsi la préférence à un ou plusieurs des groupes désignés. Les candidats de ces groupes qui souhaitent bénéficier d'une considération préférentielle doivent remplir le formulaire d'auto-identification suivant: .
Compétences requises : Un doctorat en psychologie; un excellent dossier de recherche dans le ou les domaines de la CRC et preuve de collaborations interdisciplinaires; un engagement continu envers l’enseignement et la formation d’étudiants aux cycles supérieurs; une habileté à obtenir des fonds de recherche externes; d’excellentes aptitudes pour la communication orale et écrite en anglais ou en français. Une connaissance active de l’autre langue officielle serait un atout.
Rang et salaire : Poste professoral régulier menant à la permanence à l’École de psychologie à la faculté des sciences sociales. Ce poste est régi par une convention collective entre l’Université d’Ottawa et l’Association des professeurs de l’Université d’Ottawa.
Dossier de candidature :
- une lettre de présentation;
- un curriculum vitæ à jour; (veuillez inclure les interruptions de carrière, telles que des congés parentaux ou de maladie, qui peuvent avoir eu une incidence sur votre dossier de recherche. Celles-ci seront prises en considération dans le processus de sélection);
- un plan de recherche (2 à 3 pages);
- une description des champs d’intérêt en enseignement (1 à 2 pages); et
- les noms de trois personnes qui pourraient être contactées par l’Université pour des lettres de référence.
Date limite : 25 février 2019
Le processus de sélection débutera en février et se poursuivra jusqu’à la dotation du poste. Nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue. Prière d’envoyer le dossier de candidature à l’adresse suivante ou par courriel à :
Monsieur Sylvain Charbonneau, vice-recteur à la recherche
550, rue Cumberland, pièce 246
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5 CANADA
Si vous êtes invité à poursuivre les étapes du processus de sélection, veuillez nous aviser de tout besoin nécessitant des mesures d’adaptations particulières en communiquant avec le Vice-rectorat associé aux affaires professorales au 613-562-5958. Le Programme des chaires de recherche du Canada n’impose aucune restriction en ce qui concerne la nationalité ou le pays de résidence des candidats. Les procédures qui permettent aux titulaires de chaire non canadiens de travailler au Canada ont été établies par Emploi et Développement social Canadaet parImmigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada.
L’Université d’Ottawa est fière de sa tradition de bilinguisme, vieille de plus de 160 ans. Par l’entremise de l’Institut des langues officielles et du bilinguisme, l’Université offre aux membres de son personnel et à leurs conjoints ou conjointes de la formation dans la langue officielle qu’ils maîtrisent le moins. Au moment d’obtenir leur permanence, les professeures et professeurs devraient être capables de fonctionner dans un milieu bilingue. Dans certains cas, la capacité d’enseigner dans les deux langues officielles est une condition d’obtention de la permanence.
 L’utilisation du masculin vise uniquement à alléger le texte et comprend tous les genres.
The Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary invites applications for a full-time Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Cognitive Science at the Assistant Professor rank, to begin July 1, 2019.
The Department of Psychology is a research-intensive department with high standards in teaching. We value interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to research and training, and strongly encourage collaboration. For more information about the Department, please.
The Department is seeking applications from individuals with a Ph.D. in Psychology or related field. Applicants should have an established research focus in cognitive science, including topics such as (but not limited to) perception, attention, language, learning, and memory, focusing on any stage in the lifespan (children, young adults, or older adults). Integration of neuroimaging or neuroscience methods in the applicants ‘research would be an asset. Selection criteria for this position will include research excellence and originality, demonstrated effectiveness in teaching and supervision, and demonstrated ability (or strong potential) to secure competitive external funding. These criteria will be judged based on the quantity and quality of publications to date; teaching dossier with ratings or other indications of quality; awards, scholarships, and other recognitions for research and teaching excellence; and record of competitive funding, including competitive studentships and fellowships.
The successful candidate for this position will be joining the Brain and Cognitive Science group in the Department of Psychology. The successful candidate will be encouraged to build on existing collaborations with colleagues at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) and the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI), which host two research dedicated 3T MRI scanners for adult and pediatric imaging.
The successful candidate is expected to establish and maintain an active research program, and to contribute to the Department’s teaching and research supervision in both undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition, some administrative service to the department, the faculty, or the university is expected.
Interested individuals are encouraged to submit an application online via thelink. Please be aware that the application process allows for only four attachments. Your four application attachments should be organized to contain the following (which may require you to merge documents):
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae, including the name and contact information of three referees, and written permission to the Chair of the Selection Committee to contact the referees for letters of references
- Statement of research interests (not to exceed two pages)
- Teaching dossier
All applications must be received by January 31, 2019 at which time the Academic Selection Committee will begin reviewing applications to select applicants to invite for on-site interviews.
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In 2018, the University of Calgary was chosen as one of Canada’s best diversity employers. The University of Calgary believes that a respectful workplace, equal opportunity and building a diverse workforce contribute to the richness of the environment for teaching, learning and research, and provide staff, faculty, students and the public with a university that reflects the society it serves.
The Department of Psychology respects, appreciates and encourages diversity, and we encourage diverse applicants to apply for this position. A number of resources are available on campus to support diversity and inclusion on campus, including two daycares, the Q Centre, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Protected Disclosure, the Native Centre, and the Women’s Resource Centre. For more information, please visit
The University of Calgary recognizes that a diverse staff/faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers that have been historically encountered by some people in our society. We strive to recruit individuals who will further enhance our diversity and will support their academic and professional success while they are here. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. In this connection, at the time of your application, please answer the following question: Are you a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada? (Yes/No)
Located in downtown Toronto, Ryerson University is a distinctly urban, culturally diverse teaching and research institution offering more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs, distinguished by a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, research and creative activities, to over 45,000 students. Ryerson is known for its culture of entrepreneurship and innovation and is recognized as a city builder, as it continues its growth through award-winning architecture and expansion of its campus.
The Department of Psychology invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in Cognitive or Developmental Psychology at the Assistant Professor level, beginning July 1, 2019, subject to final budgetary approval.
The Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson University in the city of Toronto on the territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat peoples has undergone extraordinary growth and diversification over the past decade. Modern and innovative, and located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Department of Psychology is home to dynamic scholars, award-winning teachers, and some of the university’s top students.
The Department of Psychology consists of 33 tenure-stream faculty members and offers undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA/ PhD) programs. Our faculty prides itself on the excellence of its research and on the quality of its teaching. We are interested in candidates who will contribute to our existing research and teaching strengths by bringing innovative and diverse perspectives and experiences to the work.
Responsibilities will include contributing to our undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA/ PhD) programs through teaching and student supervision. Successful candidates will also be expected to establish and maintain a strong, independent, and externally-funded research agenda, and be engaged in the academic life of the Department, the Faculty, and the University.
Candidates will hold a PhD in Psychology or closely related field and will have expertise in any area of cognitive or developmental psychology. They will hold a strong, emerging research profile and scholarly record that demonstrates evidence of impact through peer-reviewed publications and other contributions, as well as an ability to establish and maintain an independent, externally-funded research program. Applicants must show evidence of high-quality teaching and student training. Expertise in neuroscience methods and the ability to teach graduate statistics would be considered an asset. Candidates must also demonstrate a capacity and commitment to collegial service.
Equity at Ryerson University
At the intersection of mind and action, Ryerson is on a transformative path to become Canada’s leading comprehensive innovation university. Integral to this path is the placement of equity, diversity and inclusion as fundamental to our institutional culture. Our current academic plan outlines each as core values and we work to embed them in all that we do.
Ryerson University welcomes those who have demonstrated a commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion and will assist us to expand our capacity for diversity in the broadest sense. In addition, to correct the conditions of disadvantage in employment in Canada, we encourage applications from members of groups that have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples, Indigenous peoples of North America, racialized persons, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as women and/or 2SLGBTQ+. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
As an employer, we are working towards a people first culture and are proud to have been selected as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers and a Greater Toronto’s Top Employer for 2015, 2016 and 2017. To learn more about our work environment, colleagues, leaders, students and innovative educational environment, visit www.ryerson.ca, check out @RyersonU, @RyersonHR and @RyersonECI on Twitter, and visit our LinkedIn company page.
How to apply:
Applicants must submit their application online via the Faculty Recruitment Portal (click on “Start Application Process” to begin) by January 15, 2019.
The application must be in a single file, in PDF or Word format and contain the following:
- A letter of application, including research interests
- A curriculum vitae
- Up to three (3) recent research publications
- Results of teaching evaluations (or equivalent evidence, such as a teaching dossier)
- The names of at least 3 individuals who may be contacted for reference letters.
In order for the University to comply with the Government of Canada’s reporting requirements, candidates must indicate in their application if they are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident by including one of the following statements in reference to their status: “I am a permanent resident or citizen of Canada” OR “I am not a permanent resident or citizen of Canada”. Candidates are not required to specify their country of origin or citizenship in their application.
Confidential inquiries can be directed to the Chair of the Department, Dr. Michelle Dionne, at email@example.com. Only those candidates selected for the short-list of consideration will be contacted for interviews.
Any inquiries regarding accessing the Faculty Recruitment Portal can be sent to Ms. Davina Chan, Senior HR Consultant. Aboriginal candidates who would like to learn more about working at Ryerson University are welcome to contact Ms. Tracey King, M.Ed., Aboriginal HR Consultant, Aboriginal Recruitment and Retention Initiative.
This position falls under the jurisdiction of the Ryerson Faculty Association (RFA).
The RFA collective agreement can be viewed here.
The RFA’s website can be found at: www.rfanet.ca. A summary of RFA benefits can be found here.
Ryerson University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within our community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply but applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Applications are invited for a Lecturer Stream appointment starting July 1, 2019. Candidates are expected to have at least a master's degree in Psychology (or equivalent), and an established record as a superior teacher. Faculty who hold appointments in the Lecturer Stream have the primary responsibilities of teaching and service. It is not expected that they engage in research, except to the extent that scholarship enhances their teaching or service activities. Applicants with expertise in all areas will be considered, but there is particular need for individuals who can contribute to teaching in areas such as cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and introductory statistics.
Successful candidates are expected to teach 4.5 full credit courses per year (e.g., 2.0 during the fall and winter semesters, and 0.5 during the spring or summer terms). One or more courses may be replaced with other duties with the approval of the Chair and Dean. Candidates should present evidence, commensurate with experience, of their teaching ability, and the courses they are interested in teaching. As well as meeting their teaching responsibilities, the successful candidate will be expected to collaborate with other department colleagues, and contribute to the Department's programs. Additional information on Lecturer Stream positions can be found in Article 10.1.26 of the Collective Agreement between Saint Mary's University and Saint Mary's University Faculty Union (see http://www.smu.ca/administration/hr/collective.html).
The successful applicant will join a 22-member Department, which includes one Canada Research Chair. The Department has an applied focus with major and honours curriculum (B.Sc. and B.A), a M.Sc. in Applied Psychology (Industrial/Organizational stream and Forensic Psychology stream), a Ph.D. program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and a certificate program in Human Resource Management. Department members also participate in the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety and in the Science Faculty's M.Sc. in Applied Science program.
Saint Mary's University is located in the historic port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, a vibrant, urban community of over 350,000 people. Halifax is a major educational centre for Atlantic Canada and is home to five universities. It is conveniently located close to recreational areas and to other major urban centres in Canada and the Northeastern United States. For additional information about the University and the Department, please see our website at:.
Saint Mary's University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary's University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier, and the names and email addresses of three referees (the search committee will solicit letters directly from referees, as required) to:
Dr. Jason Ivanoff, Chair of Lecturer Search Committee, Department of Psychology, Saint Mary's University, 923 Robie Street, Halifax, NS B3H 3C3. Telephone: (902) 491-6345. Fax: (902) 496-8287. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
The Psychology Department at Missouri State University invites applications for a tenure-track position in psychology at the Assistant Professor level beginning in the Fall of 2019. Application review will begin on October 15th, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates must have a Doctoral degree in Experimental/Quantitative Psychology or related field. ABD will be considered with an expected completion by start date. The primary teaching responsibilities will be courses in the undergraduate core curriculum, graduate courses in advanced statistics, research methods, and cognition, and supervision of graduate student culminating experiences. Successful candidates may be able to fill other departmental teaching needs including courses in the undergraduate online program and courses within the applicant’s area of expertise.
The successful candidate should demonstrate a commitment to mentoring undergraduate and graduate student research and to the development of programmatic research in expertise area. Service is expected at university, college and departmental levels, and participation is expected in activities that contribute to the public affairs mission of the university. The university is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and inclusive faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment; hence, the successful candidate should demonstrate knowledge of multicultural and diversity issues.
To apply online, submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, and a brief (i.e., no more than one page) statement of commitment to diversity (submit under ‘Other Document’). In addition, submit unofficial transcripts and supporting evidence of accomplishments in teaching and research (e.g., publications in scholarly journals, research presentations at conferences, student evaluations, etc.). Three confidential letters of recommendation will be solicited through the application system.
Applications are to be submitted online at .
Further information may be requested from Carol Shoptaugh, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair (CarolShoptaugh@missouristate.edu). Employment will require a criminal background check at University Expense. Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Minority/Female/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employer and institution.
The Department of Psychology at St. Francis Xavier University is seeking applications for a tenure track position in Neuroscience with a specialization in any area including, but not limited to, behavioural, cognitive, clinical, developmental, physiological, or social. The appointment will be made at the rank of Assistant Professor. Candidates will have a demonstrated ability and potential for excellence in teaching. Consideration will be given to candidates with a completed Ph.D. and an active research program. Ability to teach undergraduate courses in Neuroscience is required and ability and willingness to teach undergraduate Research Methods and Statistics is a strong asset. A summary of teaching experience, a statement of teaching philosophy and interests, and an outline of current and future plans for research and/or practice should accompany the letter of application. A curriculum vitae, letter of application, and the names, addresses (including email) and telephone numbers of three (3) references should be sent to Dr. Peter McCormick, Chair, Department of Psychology, St. Francis Xavier University, P.O. Box 5000, Antigonish, N.S., B2G 2W5.
Applicants are encouraged to apply by email. Send material to email@example.com
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. St. Francis Xavier University is committed to employment equity.
The Department of Psychology, University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) invites applications for a tenure-stream appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Developmental Neuropsychology. The appointment will begin July 1, 2019.
The successful candidate will have received a Ph.D. in Psychology or related field by the start date of the appointment, or shortly thereafter. The applicant must demonstrate evidence of excellence in both teaching and research in developmental neuropsychology in an area that expands and complements the breadth of our program. Candidates should have a strong research program that demonstrates both theoretical and methodological excellence.
Evidence of excellence in teaching will be demonstrated through teaching accomplishments, strong letters of reference and the teaching dossier submitted as part of the application. Candidates also must have a record of excellence in research as demonstrated by a record of impactful contributions and publications in top-ranked and field relevant academic journals, presentations at significant conferences, awards and accolades, and strong endorsements by referees of high standing. Applicants who are able to contribute to multiple research areas within Psychology are especially welcomed.
The successful applicant will be expected to develop and maintain an active, innovative, independent, externally funded program of research and to contribute to the education and training of undergraduate students as well as graduate students enrolled in the tri-campus University of Toronto Psychology Graduate Program. There will be opportunities to collaborate with UTM psychologists in research clusters focused on Behavioural Neuroscience, Developmental Science, Human Communication, and/or Health, Adaptation and Well-being, as well as with researchers on all three campuses of the University of Toronto. Applicants are encouraged to speak to how they will contribute to the research activities of the department.
Salary to be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
For more information on the Department of Psychology, UTM please visit us at http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/psychology/welcome-psychology-utm
Application Information: All qualified candidates are invited to apply online by visiting (job # 1802921). Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching dossier (including a statement of teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, and teaching evaluations), a statement outlining current and future research interests, and copies of representative publications.
Equity and diversity are among UTM’s core values and are essential to academic excellence. We seek candidates who value diversity and whose research, teaching and service bear out our commitment to equity. Candidates are therefore also asked to submit a 1-2 page statement of contributions to equity and diversity, which might cover topics such as (but not limited to): research or teaching that incorporates a focus on underrepresented communities, the development of inclusive pedagogies, or the mentoring of students from underrepresented groups.
All application materials should be submitted online. Please direct questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is October 15, 2018.
Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. We recommend combining attachments into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format.
Applicants should also ask [at least] three referees to send letters (dated, signed, and on letterhead), directly to the department via e-mail to email@example.com by the closing date. We encourage applicants to use Interfolio http://www.interfolio.com/services/dossier/ for their letters of reference only.
The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons/persons of colour, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Defence Research and Development Canada is seeking to hire a full-time Defence Scientist for a 2-year term to work on two related research projects that apply judgment and decision science to improving intelligence analysis and military risk assessments. Specific topics that will be of the focus of the research include forecasting and prediction markets, threat and risk assessment, methods for improving the elicitation and integration of probabilistic judgments, methods for recalibrating and aggregating judgments, methods for effectively assessing and communicating probabilities, analytic confidence, and facets of information uncertainty (e.g., source reliability, information credibility).
Applicants must be Canadian citizens residing in Canada or abroad. Applicant should have very strong data analytic and programming skills. For instance, they should be well versed in a wide range of statistical and graphical methods for the behavioral sciences, and they should be adept at using R (and preferably Python too). Applicants should also be well versed in at least one relevant area of judgment and decision science, and should be able to adapt well to new challenges. Applicants should work effectively in teams but also be capable of advancing research independently. Candidates for this position will normally have a Ph.D., but exceptional pre-doctoral candidates with a Masters degree will also be considered.
The successful applicant will work under my research supervision and will be expected to engage in all aspects of research, including dissemination of research through peer-reviewed publications and other mechanisms (conference presentations, scientific advice to clients, etc.).
The post will be held in Toronto, Ontario at DRDC, Toronto Research Centre [see map], which is on a direct subway line from downtown Toronto.
Candidates wishing to apply should send me their CV and a cover letter and be prepared to provide references upon request. Please send these documents by email to David.Mandel@drdc-rddc.gc.ca but also copy firstname.lastname@example.org as attachments often get stripped at the former address.
David R. Mandel, Ph.D.
Intelligence, Influence and Collaboration Section
Toronto Research Centre
Defence Research and Development Canada
Government of Canada
David.Mandel@drdc-rddc.gc.ca / Tel: 416-635-2000 ext. 3146
The Department of Psychology at the University of Regina is seeking applications for a 2-year term position in psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Psychology, or will have completed their doctorate within 4 months of their appointment. Area of research specialization is open for this position. Anticipated date of commencement is September 1, 2018, depending on the availability of the successful candidate.
Duties of the successful applicant will include a combination of the following: teaching at the undergraduate & graduate level, Honours and graduate thesis supervision or co-supervision, and participation in departmental activities. We are specifically seeking candidates who can teach some of the following courses: introductory psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, health psychology, psychopathology, psychology of women, qualitative research methods, history & systems of psychology, and developmental psychology.
The Department maintains good relations with a number of health care, policing, research, and other educational facilities both within Regina and throughout the province. Of interest to those applicants with a clinical background, the clinical program at the University of Regina is committed to the scientist-practitioner model and is accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association. The Department has also recently opened a state-of-the art Psychology Training Clinic. For more information on the Faculty of Arts, please refer to http://www.arts.uregina.ca.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants must electronically submit via http://www.uregina.ca/hr/careers: a covering letter providing a statement of teaching and research interests, a current curriculum vita, evidence of teaching effectiveness, statement of teaching philosophy, reprints or preprints, course outlines (either actual or proposed), and unofficial transcripts.
Candidates must also arrange for three (3) current letters of reference to be sent directly by the referees to Dr Rick Kleer, Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4S 0A2 or email@example.com. Please note that shortlisted candidates will be asked to have original transcripts sent directly to the address above.
Position enquiries may be addressed to: Dr Richard MacLennan, Head, Department of Psychology; phone: (306) 585-4157; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Regina is committed to an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the community that we serve. The University welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, including individuals within the University's employment equity categories of women, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons, individuals of diverse gender and sexual orientation and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code.
Postdoctoral fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience and Music – Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan
Applications are invited for a full-time postdoctoral fellow to study the neural basis of individual and social benefits of group music performance. We are particularly interested in how brain-to-brain coordination during group music performance contributes to health and wellbeing benefits. The position will be supervised by Dr. Janeen Loehr, in collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Nicol, registered doctoral psychologist and accredited music therapist, in the Brain in Action and Interaction Laboratory at the University of Saskatchewan.
The successful applicant will assume leadership of the research process, with opportunities to drive the research questions and research designs. The project will take advantage of the lab’s mobile EEG hyperscanning systems, capable of recording brain activity from up to 4 participants simultaneously. The project also provides opportunities to collaborate with members of Saskatoon’s professional music community. The successful applicant must have a PhD in cognitive neuroscience, psychology, or a related field by the time of appointment. Preference will be given to applicants with a musical background and prior experience with EEG experimental design and analysis. Proficiency in programming (e.g., Matlab, EEGlab, PsychoPy) is also desirable. The target start date is September 1, 2018, although this is negotiable. The position is for a term of one year, with the possibility of extension for a second year. The salary is $37000 CDN.
Applicants should submit a CV, a brief statement of research background and fit for the position, and a sample of previously published work, and arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to Dr. Janeen Loehr at janeen.loehr <at> usask.ca. Review of applications will begin June 15, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base, a vibrant arts community, and a full range of leisure opportunities. Located in the heart of Saskatoon and overlooking the South Saskatchewan River, the University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities. It is home to the Canadian Light Source national synchrotron and features a robust research community. Signature areas of strength include human and animal health; synchrotron sciences; engagement and scholarship with Indigenous peoples; agriculture, food and bioproducts; energy and mineral resources; and water security. The University offers a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to a student population of more than 20,000. World-class research facilities, renowned faculty and award-winning students make the U of S a leader in post-secondary education.
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