Tenure-Track Assistant Psychology Professor

March 25, 2022
Brooklyn Campus

The Department of Psychology at St. Joseph’s College New York invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. In addition to a clear research trajectory, interest and experience in undergraduate course development and teaching are a must, as candidates will play an important role in the department’s undergraduate program at its Brooklyn campus. Areas of specialization are open, but candidates with expertise in health psychology, counseling psychology, or neuropsychology are particularly encouraged to apply; a focus on cultural differences and diversity is also desirable. An ideal candidate should have strong research and clinical background, who can teach important courses such as PSY380 (Human Physiology), PSY271 (Abnormal Psychology), PSY210 (Cognitive Process), and PSY130 (Lifespan Development). The department has a notable interest in mindfulness and contemplative science.

Preference will be given to those candidates with teaching experience who have a Ph.D. in psychology or, if ABD, will have completed their degree by Fall 2022. The candidate should be experienced in technology and computer use in the classroom. Department needs beyond the classroom include active participation in department/college committees and curriculum development.

Applicants should send a letter of interest, vita, representative reprints, teaching statement, and 3 letters of recommendation to Peter Lin, Associate Chair of Psychology Department, St. Joseph’s College New York, 245 Clinton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205, or e-mail it to: [email protected]. We only review applicants who submit all required materials.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications are strongly encouraged from individuals who belong to groups historically underrepresented in higher education.

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