Teaching Fellow / Senior Teaching Fellow

Vacancy Reference Number
Closing Date
2 Jun 2020
The appointment will be on UCL Grade . The salary range will be Grade 7 - £40,062 - £43,470 per annum or Grade 8 £44,674 - £52,701 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.

UCL’s Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience is looking for a Teaching Fellow / Senior Teaching Fellow  in the area of cognitive neuroscience.

The post holder will primarily contribute to the Master’s programmes in Cognitive Neuroscience run by the Institute and to the undergraduate programmes in Psychology run by the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences. The Division is one of the largest such departments in the UK with over 100 members of academic staff conducting internationally-recognised research across the discipline, including cognitive and experimental psychology, social and cognitive neuroscience, and decision sciences. Responsibilities will include seminars, lab sessions, undergraduate/postgraduate level lecturing, supervision of research projects, personal tutoring, examining, and the administrative and enabling duties that surround these activities.

This is a permanent position. The position is available from 1st August 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The successful candidate should have a PhD in psychology, cognitive neuroscience or a related field. The successful candidate should have a proven research track record, experience with teaching and examining, and have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

To be considered for Grade 8, the candidate must have experience with teaching psychology and cognitive neuroscience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in a research-based environment and experience with course design and curriculum development.

For more information and to apply, please click here.

Contact Details

Informal enquiries can be made to Sophie Scott ( sophie.scott@ucl.ac.uk ) or Leun Otten ( l.otten@ucl.ac.uk ).

If you have any queries regarding the application process please contact Lucy Spikesley ( l.spikesley@ucl.ac.uk )