Post-doctoral Research: Acceptability of Low-Carbon Lifestyles

The Environmental Psychology group at the University of Groningen invites applications for a temporary post-doctoral research position on the acceptability of low-carbon lifestyles.

To effectively mitigate climate change, people have to adopt low-carbon lifestyles, meaning that they have to engage in a wide range of low-carbon behaviors. Hence, we need to understand how such broader low-carbon lifestyle changes can be achieved. The project aims to identify how people conceive of low-carbon lifestyles, to what extent people are willing to accept and adopt low-carbon lifestyles, and which factors affect the likelihood that low-carbon lifestyle changes are achieved.

Specifically, the project aims to understand how low-carbon lifestyles may affect an individual’s quality of life and to what extent individual, social, and contextual factors affect evaluations of low-carbon lifestyles. Moreover, the research aims to identify under which conditions low-carbon lifestyles will be more acceptable and which strategies and policies can promote the adoption of low-carbon lifestyles.

Duration: 2 years

Starting Date: as soon as possible

Salary

  • depending on qualifications and work experience, a maximum salary of €3,877 gross per month for a full-time position.
  • a holiday allowance of 8% of gross annual income and an 8.3% end-of-the-year allowance
  • attractive secondary terms of employment

Job Requirements

The position acceptability of low-carbon lifestyles seek candidates who meet the following requirements:

  • a PhD degree in a relevant field of Psychology, with a focus on Environmental Psychology
  • a relevant publication record demonstrating your ability to publish international academic publications, preferably in top-tier peer-reviewed journals
  • experience with theory-driven research with a high societal impact
    a clear interest in collaborative interdisciplinary research
  • the ability to communicate verbally and in written form in English and preferably Dutch (or willingness to learn Dutch)
  • ability to work independently and manage joint research activities
  • a team player with good communication skills.
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Application Process

Applications in one pdf should include:

  • an up-to-date curriculum vitae
  • a motivation letter stating your motivation to apply for the position and your key qualities relevant for this position
  • contact information for two academic references.

To apply for the Post-doctoral Research: Acceptability of Low-Carbon Lifestylesclick here.

Deadline: January 28, 2024.

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