Review of Applications Begins September 16, 2018; applications will continue to be reviewed as needs arise.
Special Instructions to Applicants Please submit a cover letter clearly stating your research area(s) of interest, contact information for three professional and/or academic references, and your Curriculum Vitae. If applying for a position specific to a lab or faculty member, please indicate such in your cover letter.
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Screening of applications will take place as positions become available and continue until positions are filled. The pool will remain active until June 30, 2019.
Research Assistant positions will conduct research under the direction of the Principal Investigator (PI).
Research Associate positions will conduct research with only general guidance from the PI.
Postdoctoral Research Scholar positions will conduct research under the direction of the PI for the purpose of acquiring research training.
Department Summary Within the College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology is one of the largest departments supporting significant instructional and research activities in a wide range of fields within the discipline. The Department enrolls about 1,900 students per term, with approximately 300 undergraduate Psychology majors, and 80 doctoral students.
The Department includes more than 30 teaching faculty, emeritus faculty, research staff, graduate students and professional/administrative staff. For more information on the Department, visit https://psychology.uoregon.edu/.
Position Summary The Department of Psychology at University of Oregon seeks qualified applicants for its Research open recruitment pool. Positions are limited duration appointments that are part time or short term, contract not to exceed one year. Possibility of renewal up to a total of three years, depending on programmatic need, funding, and performance. Successful candidates will share the Department of Psychology’s commitment to an inclusive environment and to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds.
Research Assistant positions will conduct research under the direction of the Principal Investigator (PI). In addition, to further research learning, the research assistant will receive an annual performance evaluation.
Research Associate positions will conduct research with only general guidance from the PI. In addition, to further research learning, the Research Associate will receive an annual performance evaluation.
Postdoctoral Research Scholars will conduct research under the direction of a faculty member to acquire research training. In addition, to further career development, the postdoctoral research scholar and PI will create and follow mentoring and individual development plans.
Salary is dependent upon education, experience, and available funding.
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis.
Minimum Requirements Research Assistant – a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Psychology or other related field, along with appropriate research experience.
Research Associate – A PhD by the start of the position with relevant professional experience in a research lab.
Postdoctoral Research Scholar – A PhD by the start of the position with relevant professional experience in a research lab.
Professional Competencies Successful candidates for research positions will have research background in Psychology or a closely related field and will have professional experience, demonstrated ability or potential for quality research.
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