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Vacany: Assistant Professor in Psychology (Part-Time)

The Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS), School of Psychology seeks to appoint an Assistant Professor in Organisational Psychology to lead the development and delivery of a suite of online CPD short courses for industry.

These short courses are critical to the overall strategic development of the CIHS and build upon the Centre’s diverse and dynamic research programme and its online PG/Cert/Diploma/MSc Managing Risk and System Change. The CIHS is expanding its offering of short courses to complement its ongoing research and education programme.

The specific CPD courses will include:


Understanding & Managing Risk - Aimed at industry-based managers responsible for risk, change and innovation. The course seeks to influence and change practice towards a risk based, system-focused, human-informed, data-driven process of implementing innovation. It focuses on implementing the concepts within the students’ operational area through mentoring and project work that will facilitate their own role.


Workplace Wellbeing - Targeted at managers responsible for wellness in the workplace, dignity and respect and related policies. The aim is to provide evidence-based insights from psychology and systems thinking into how to achieve real cultural transformation impacting workplace wellbeing.


Sustainable Green Organisations - Targeted at managers responsible for sustainability within organisations. The aim is to provide evidence-based insights from psychology and systems thinking into how to achieve lasting and effective change in green behaviours of staff, contractors, suppliers and customers.

Download the full Assistant Professor in Psychology position details.