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Lecturer in Behaviour Analysis - (Full-time / Permanent)

Job reference: 1434855 
Date notified: 19/08/2019 
Job location: Belfast 
Salary: £33,199 to £50,132 per annum 
Hours: 40 
Worktime: Various, to be confirmed 
Closing date: 23/09/2019 
Employer: Queens University Belfast (ASG) 
Business: University 
Address: Belfast 
Postcode: BT4 0OO 
Telephone: 028 000000 

Job Duties:

You will undertake research in line with the Schools research strategy and teach behaviour analysis at postgraduate level whilst contributing to the Schools administration/outreach activities.

Qualifications / Experience:

The successful candidate must have:
A relevant degree
Hold or be about to obtain a PhD in Education or cognate discipline
Be a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
A publication record (including papers in press) commensurate with stage of career that is REF returnable.
Evidence of contributions to behaviour analytic research projects, e.g., writing final reports etc appropriate to stage of career

Application Method:

To Apply online visit REF: 19/107779

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Other Information:

Anticipated interview date: Wednesday 30 October 2019

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