University Assistant (postdoc)

Updated: 5 months ago
Deadline: 26 Jul 2019

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Main tasks: Research in the Department of Clinical Psychology; teaching in the Department of Clinical Psychology; administrative work. Required qualifications: Doctorate or PhD studies (e.g. psychology, biology, neuroscience) with a focus on clinical and/or biological psychology; Sound experience and knowledge (data collection and analyses) in intergenerational and translational research with biomarkers for stress- and trauma-associated developments and disorders with explicit psychological research questions, good knowledge of neuroscientific methods (e.g. EEG); Relevant and verifiable experience in the collection, processing and analyses of biological parameters (e.g. blood plasma, saliva); collaboration in clinical neuroscientific research in Clinical Psychology II (e.g. EEG laboratory) as well as thematic compatibility with the department (e.g. transgenerational attachment research, biomolecular trauma and stress research, prevention and psychodynamic psychotherapy research; collaboration in the research centre "Prevention and Health over the Life Span", which is currently being established, with a focus on biopsychosocial resilience processes; very good knowledge of English; very good statistical knowledge; experience in acquiring external funding; Publications in international professional journals is expected; cooperation with colleagues; interaction with students; high ability to communicate and cooperate; ability to work in a team; transparency, loyalty, ability to work independently and responsibly; resilience and flexibility; willingness to further education. In this position you will carry out high level research and specialise in a particular field. You will hold your own lectures, tutor students and participate in administration.


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The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female employees and therefore explicitly welcomes applications from qualified women. This applies in particular to scientific positions. In the case of female underrepresentation women with equal qualifications will be given priority.

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