UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Department of Experimental Psychology
The Department wishes to appoint a temporary lecturer as soon as possible
for a period expiring 30th September 2002. The appointment will be made in
the area of human experimental psychology/perception, and the successful
candidate will be expected to undertake undergraduate teaching in that area.
Candidates should already hold a Ph.D. degree or be about to submit their
Salary within range £17,238 - £32, 095 according to age.
Applications, consisting of a curriculum vitae and list of publications,
together with full details of teaching experience and the names and
addresses (both postal and email) of two referees should be sent to the Head
of Department, Professor NJ Mackintosh, Department of Experimental
Psychology, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EB (email firstname.lastname@example.org,
fax: 01223 333564, telephone: 01223 333550), to arrive not later than 20th
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and has a policy on
arrangements for part-time work.
Note added by J. D. Mollon: This job could be thought of as a post-doc
position but with rather better status and some light teaching duties.
There is a strong perception group in Cambridge.
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