Thursday, March 4, 2021

Tenure Track Position in Cog Neuroscience of Language - Univ of Geneva

The Faculty of psychology and education of the University of

Geneva has an opening for a

Tenure-track assistant professor in the cognitive

neuroscience of language

JOB DESCRIPTION : This is a full time position. Duties

include teaching at bachelor, graduate and post-graduate

levels in the field of cognitive neuroscience and

neuropsychology of language, as well as the direction of

master’s and doctoral theses. The successful candidate will

be required to develop a research program at a national

and international level in the domain of the offered position

and to obtain external funding. She/He will also participate

in administrative duties at the level of the Section of

Psychology and the Faculty of Psychology and Education

Sciences. This position is part of the NCCR Evolving

language to which it is expected that the candidate will

actively contribute.

REQUIREMENTS : PhD in neuroscience, cognitive

neuroscience, psychology, or equivalent.

The successful candidate will have proven research

experience in the domain of the neuroscience of language,

certified by scientific publications, and preferably previous

experience in research funding. She/He will also have some

experience in teaching university courses in the field of

cognitive neuroscience of language, and in supervising

students (Master’s level and/or PhD).

Applications may be submitted in English. Yet, the

successful candidate will have to interact in French with the

public, students, study participants, etc. The ability to

acquire a working command of French within the first two

years is, thus, required.

STARTING DATE: OCTOBER 1st, 2021, or as agreed.

Applications should be submitted exclusively on-line on the

University website: which will

contain additional information about the position shortly

(expected posting March 23rd, expected closure around

May 19th 2021).

With an outlook toward parity, women are encouraged to


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