862077feffeff36ed16aec1c4501c5bf

Table of Contents

Tenure Track Faculty Positions

The Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel has an open rank tenure-track faculty opening in the following programs:

 

Clinical Program

We welcome applicants with a strong academic record, from any subfield in psychology. Our department values theoretical and methodological diversity and innovation, and embraces interdisciplinary collaboration.

The successful applicant will conduct research, teach both undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA, PhD) courses in the department, and supervise students' research. We welcome collaboration with other department members.

The Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at the forefront of psychological research in Israel. The Hebrew University, with approximately 20,000 students, provides a strong foundation of resources to support the research programs of all faculty members. The Department of Psychology is located at the Mount Scopus campus in Jerusalem. 

The Department of Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is committed to build a diverse workforce and student body, and model an inclusive community. We encourage applications that are in keeping with this commitment, from members of all sections of  the community.

We expect the position to begin in the academic year of 2022-2023. Opening the position is subject to budgetary considerations. a curriculum vitae, representative reprints or preprints of publications, and three letters of reference by Sep. 15th 2021 via the application portal http://ttp.huji.ac.il

For further information about the position, contact Prof. Maya Tamir or Prof. Ariel Knafo-Noam, Chair of the Department of Psychology (psych.chair@mail.huji.ac.il).

 

Open rank, full time tenure-track faculty position

We welcome applicants with a strong academic record, from any subfield in psychology. Our department values theoretical and methodological diversity and innovation, and embraces interdisciplinary collaboration.

The successful applicant will conduct research, teach both undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA, PhD) courses in the department, and supervise students' research. We welcome collaboration with other department members.

The Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at the forefront of psychological research in Israel. The Hebrew University, with approximately 20,000 students, provides a strong foundation of resources to support the research programs of all faculty members. The Department of Psychology is located at the Mount Scopus campus in Jerusalem. 

The Department of Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is committed to build a diverse workforce and student body, and model an inclusive community. We encourage applications that are in keeping with this commitment, from members of all sections of  the community.

We expect the position to begin in the academic year of 2022-2023. Opening the position is subject to budgetary considerations.

Applicants are asked to submit a letter detailing current research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, representative reprints or preprints of publications, and three letters of reference by September 30th, 2021, via the application portal http://ttp.huji.ac.il/

For further information about the position, contact Prof. Maya Tamir or Prof. Ariel Knafo-Noam, Chair of the Department of Psychology (psych.chair@mail.huji.ac.il).

 

Clinical neuropsychology program as a part time expert (nilveh track)

For the clinical neuropsychology track, applicants are expected to demonstrate status and a leadership record in the field of clinical neuropsychology (e.g., chief neuropsychologist at a hospital or neuropsychological institute). Additionally, they are expected to exhibit a solid academic research record in the field of neuropsychology (broadly defined). Experience in neuro-rehabilitative research and theory is preferred, but all areas of neuropsychology are acceptable. Experience in teaching and supervising students is preferred. Applicants should be licensed or license-eligible in clinical neuropsychology, supervisor status preferred. As a core faculty member in the well-established neuropsychological track of our nationally renowned program, responsibilities include maintaining an active research program, teaching graduate (MA, PhD) classes in the department, clinical supervision and training of students and supervision of students' research. Collaboration with other department members is encouraged. The Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at the forefront of psychological research in Israel. The Hebrew University provides a strong foundation of resources to support all faculty members’ research programs. It is located on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem, with approximately 20,000 students. We expect the position to start in the academic year of 2022. Opening the position is subject to budgetary considerations. Submit a letter detailing current research, clinical-neuropsychological and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, representative reprints or preprints of publications, and three letters of reference by Sep. 15th 2021 via the application portal http://ttp.huji.ac.il

For further information about the positions, contact either Prof. Hillel Aviezer, head of the clinical neuropsychology program (haviezer@huji.ac.il) an

 

Open rank joint tenure-track faculty position: The Department of Psychology and the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences

We are recruiting for an open rank joint tenure-track faculty position. We welcome all applicants, especially those whose research deals with one of these topics: (1) the integration of biology and psychology, (2) psychopathology (3) cognitive aspects of human development.  

The successful applicant will conduct research, teach both undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA, PhD) courses in the departments, and supervise students' research. We welcome collaboration with other department members.

The Department of Psychology and the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem are at the forefront of psychological and cognitive-neuroscientific research in Israel. The Hebrew University, with approximately 20,000 students, provides a strong foundation of resources to support the research programs of all faculty members. Both Departments are located at the Mount Scopus campus in Jerusalem. 

Our departments are committed to building a diverse workforce and student body, and modeling an inclusive community. We encourage applications that are in keeping with this commitment, from members of all sections of the community.

We expect the position to begin in the academic year of 2022-2023. Opening the position is subject to budgetary considerations.

Applicants are asked to submit a letter detailing current research and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae, representative reprints or preprints of publications, and three letters of reference by September 30th, 2021, via the application portal http://ttp.huji.ac.il/

For information about the Department of Psychology at The Hebrew University, visit https://en.psychology.huji.ac.il/. For information about the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at The Hebrew University, visit https://en.cognitive.huji.ac.il

For further information about the position, contact Prof. Ariel Knafo-Noam, Chair of the Department of Psychology (psych.chair@mail.huji.ac.il), or Prof. Hilla Jacobson, Chair of the Department of Cognitive Sciences (hilla.jacobson@mail.huji.ac.il).