[visionlist] EEG professor/reader/(senior)lecturer

Karina J Linnell k.j.linnell at gold.ac.uk
Mon Feb 20 19:18:22 GMT 2006


The following ad is going out in the UK national press (the Guardian) this 
week and is already
posted on jobs.ac.uk. Parallel applications for the RF post and the 
Lectureship (see below) are
encouraged, and anyone interested is encouraged to contact me with informal 
enquiries
(K.J.Linnell at gold.ac.uk).

Karina Linnell

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THREE POSITIONS AT GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE LONDON
Department of Psychology - Cognitive Neuroscience Unit [EEG Group]

We are seeking to consolidate and enhance our neuroscience research, and 
associated teaching, through the appointment of three individuals with 
expertise in EEG.  You will work within our Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, 
where we have made substantial investments in the research infrastructure: 
state-of-the-art EEG equipment is now housed in a purpose-built suite. We 
have strong collaborative relationships with other specialist centres in 
this country and in Magdeburg (Germany).

PROFESSOR / READER / SENIOR LECTURER (06/62AE)
Available from 1 September 2006, or as soon as possible thereafter.

You will have a first degree and PhD in Psychology or related area, a 
strong EEG research and publication record, and clear research plans.  You 
will provide leadership to the other staff and students using EEG in their 
research.  You will demonstrate the potential to attract substantial 
external funding, and to capitalise on existing collaborations as well as 
to develop new ones.  A professorial level appointment is possible for 
candidates with current grant funding and an internationally prestigious 
publication record.

You will contribute to the teaching and organisation of both undergraduate 
and postgraduate programmes, and to general departmental administration, 
and will supervise research at all levels.

Salary for the Professorship will be no less than £50,760 per annum, salary 
for the Readership and Senior Lecturer will be  £40,947 ? £46,112 per annum 
all including £2,262 per annum London Weighting.

Closing date: Friday 24 March 2006
Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 26 April 2006

2-YEAR FIXED-TERM LECTURER (06/64AE)
Available from 1 April 2006, or as soon as possible thereafter.

You will have a first degree and PhD in Psychology or related area, and a 
record of research using EEG, ideally in an area which interfaces with the 
interests of other staff in the CNU at Goldsmiths and at Magdeburg (e.g. 
memory/attention).  You will play a key role as day-to-day manager of the 
EEG labs, and in providing support and training to less experienced staff 
and students.

You will contribute to the teaching and organisation of undergraduate and 
postgraduate programmes, and to the general administration of departmental 
activities, and will supervise research at all levels.

Salary will either be on the Lecturer A Scale £26,614 - £30,191, or the 
Lecturer B Scale £31,091 - £39,221 per annum including £2,262 per annum 
London Weighting.

Closing date: Friday 10 March 2006
Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 29 March 2006

1-YEAR FIXED-TERM RESEARCH FELLOW (06/63RE)
Start date for this post is flexible, between 1 April and 1 October 2006.

The position arises from the award of an ESRC project grant to Dr Linnell 
at Goldsmiths and Dr Duncan at the MRC CBSU in Cambridge. The project 
investigates ‘Conscious awareness across time as a function of task and 
stimulus factors’ using a novel modification of the attentional-blink 
paradigm, and combines behavioural and ERP testing.

You will have at least PhD-level experience of ERP testing and behavioural 
work, ideally in the field of attention. You will be responsible for the 
day-to-day running and analysis of experiments, and will work closely with 
Dr Linnell in the planning, preparing and dissemination of these 
experiments.

Salary will be Research IA Spine Point 6 (£24,551 per annum including 
£2,262 per annum London Weighting Allowance) up to Spine Point 13 (£32,264 
per annum) for more experienced postdoctoral workers who could complete the 
project in 9 months.

Closing date: Friday 10 March 2006
Interviews will be held on: Thursday 30 March 2006

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON ALL THE ABOVE POSTS
Download an application pack from www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/personnel, email 
personnel at gold.ac.uk or call 020 7919 7999 (24 hours). Please quote the 
relevant reference number.
If you are interested in more than one of the above positions, please 
submit separate applications.


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Karina J Linnell, PhD
Department of Psychology, Goldsmiths' College
University of London, London SE14 6NW, UK
E-mail: K.J.Linnell at Gold.ac.uk
Tel: +0044 (0)20 7717 2906
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