Tenure-Track position in Acquired language disorders of neurological origin

Tenure-Track position in Acquired language disorders of neurological origin @ UCLouvain; Belgium


The UCLouvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) is recruiting a tenure-track part-time post in the domain of Acquired language disorders of neurological origin (0.80 FTE).
We welcome candidates from Speech Therapy or any related disciplines (e.g. psycholinguistics, neuropsychology etc.). The submission of candidatures is through the UCLouvain website at the address below (deadline Nov 15th 2021, at noon). The starting date is September 1st 2022.

Further information:


The Psychological Sciences Research Institute (IPSY) has 279 members, consisting of 47 teachers and researchers, 109 PhD students, 23 postdocs, 13 administrators, and many external researcher members. The Institute provides personalized assistance and support in editing, statistics, ethics, access to a participant pool, budgets and project management, as well as laboratory space, including specialized hi-tech labs (for more information, see https://uclouvain.be/en/research-institutes/ipsy).

The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences promotes high quality teaching / lecturing by academic staff who are recognized at an international level for their scientific competence and for their innovative teaching. Regular assessment of teaching / lecturing contributes to continuous improvement of pedagogical methods and course content. The Faculty offers many facilities to students, including libraries, learning centers and computer rooms (for more information, see https://uclouvain.be/en/faculties/psp).

Together, the Faculty and the Institute aim to offer the best opportunities to help new members develop a high-level teaching and research track. For the probation period, we will provide a reduced teaching and administrative load, a mentor to facilitate integration into the Faculty and Institute, and support to help develop teaching (e.g., from the Louvain Learning Lab; https://uclouvain.be/fr/etudier/lll) and research (e.g., from the research administration office; https://uclouvain.be/fr/decouvrir/adre.html).

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Prof. Mariane Frenay, Dean PSP – doyen-psp@uclouvain.be
Prof. Martin Edwards, President IPSY – president-ipsy@uclouvain.be

Prof. Arnaud Szmalec, Programme Director of Bachelor in Speech Therapy

Prof. Marie Van Reybroeck, President of the School of Speech Therapy - ELOG