14 juillet 2006

[Offre d'Emploi]Deux postes de maître de conférences à l'Université de Clermont-Ferrand

The Psychology Department of the University of Clermont-Ferrand (France)
>wishes to recruit two psychologists, one specialized in SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
>(with research interests in social cognition, emotion, or intergroup
>relations) and the other in SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT on an "assistant
>professor" (maître de conférences) position starting September 2007
>(pending final administrative approval).
>Assistant professors at French universities are expected to do research,
>to teach approximately 192 hours per year (in French), and to get involved
>in administrative tasks. The primary criteria for the appointments are
>excellence in research and sufficient experience in teaching. The hiring
>committee consists of faculty members of the Psychology Departments of the
>University of Clermont-Ferrand and of other French universities. The
>position are "fonctionnaire" (civil servant) positions, which means that
>they comes with tenure after a 18-month probation period. Civil servants
>can move within France without losing their tenured position. Candidates
>are expected to be somewhat fluent in French. More precisely, candidates'
>current level of French should be good enough so that they can be fully
>integrated into the French-speaking Psychology Department by the end of
>their first year.
>The "Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale de la Cognition" of the University
>of Clermont-Ferrand is one of the few psychology departments in France
>that have the CNRS label (a sign of excellence and additional funding).
>Current members of its cognitive program are (in alphabetical order)
>Cathérine Auxiette, Patrick Bonin, Patrick Chambres, Sylvie Droit-Volet,
>Ludovic Ferrand, Michel Fayol, Marie Izaute, and Pierre-Jean Marescaux.
>The members of the social psychology group are Maria Augustinova, Markus
>Brauer, Michel Chambon, Michael Dambrun, Céline Darnon, Michel Désert,
>Magali Ginet, Serge Guimond, Delphine Martinot, Paula Niedenthal, Sandrine
>Redersdorff, and Laetitia Silvert. For more information, please consult
>the Department's web page:
>Given that the application process is somewhat unintuitive for candidates
>who are unfamiliar with the French system, we suggest that you contact us
>if you are interested in either position. We will then assist you with all
>administrative procedures. Please contact Christine Guillerm at
>guillerm@srvpsy.univ-bpclermont.fr as soon as possible, and no later than
>September 15, 2006.
>Paula M. Niedenthal
>Directeur de Recherche, CNRS
>LAPSCO Université Blaise Pascal
>34, av Carnot
>63037 Clermont-Ferrand, FRANCE

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