Open rank position in Psychology at Ben-Gurion University, Israel

November 09, 2020

The Department of Psychology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel ( invites outstanding applications for several academic tenure-track appointments (open rank; per qualifications and experience) in Social and/or Clinical Psychology. The appointments are subject to budgetary and professional approvals. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.
We seek candidates with strong evidence of excellence in research, showing an excellent track record for their stage of career, evident by previous high-quality contributions to psychology. Within social psychology, we will consider candidates from all subdisciplines. Candidates with prior experience in computational/data science approaches to social psychology and/or group processes and intergroup relations research are especially encouraged to apply. For the clinical track, we are seeking an applicant with a strong record of clinical research and clinical training/experience, consistent with the scientist-practitioner model. Licensed or license-eligible clinical psychologist preferred.
To apply, please submit a letter of application including a research statement, a teaching statement, curriculum vitae, 2-3 sample papers and email addresses of at least three references at Questions regarding the position may be directed to the chair of the department, Prof. Andrea Berger (<>).

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