The Stirling Management School is seeking to appoint an outstanding lecturer in Behavioural Science to drive our research and teaching in this area for a three-year research intensive contract. This is an excellent opportunity to develop a coherent research strategy in behavioural science and contribute to an ambitious research centre. The successful candidate will have a minimum 40 per cent protected research time and be supported in publishing outstanding research in leading peer reviewed outlets, will contribute to teaching and supervision on the MSc in Behavioural Science and will be responsible for the delivery of a behavioural economics module at undergraduate level. The candidate will be strongly supported in developing their own research agenda and will work alongside a growing stream of experienced and early career researchers in the area of behavioural science.
Established in 2012, the Behavioural Sciences Centre is an interdisciplinary research centre which brings together approaches from economics, psychology, and medicine to address the key questions in society, such as how to better understand and foster economic and industrial prosperity, decision making and behaviour, and health and well-being. The centre pursues these goals through basic science and applied research, educational programmes, and industrial collaborations. The post-holder will be part of the Behavioural Science Centre and also affiliated to one of our four main School Divisions: Marketing; Economics; Management, Work and Organisation; and Accountancy and Finance. The initial contract is for three years with the possibility of review at the end of this period.
Details of how to apply are available here. Closing date for applications is midnight on Wednesday, 19th November 2014