Visiting Professor of Forensic and Legal Psychology



Job Category Faculty

Posting Number M00772

Department Psychology (Forensic)

Reports To Dean, School of Education and Human Services

Point of Contact Diana Talbert

Responsibilities

Teaching graduate-level courses in policy, intelligence, and terrorism, as well as other established program courses.

Visiting professors teach three courses per semester, also serving as an academic advisor and participating in department, school and university service requirements, supervising student research projects, or other engagement as required .


Minimum Qualifications

- Master's degree in psychology or related field (e.g., criminal justice, criminology, intelligence, national security, international relations).
- Commitments to interdisciplinary collaboration and service


Preferred Qualifications

- Doctoral degree in psychology or related field (e.g., criminal justice, criminology, intelligence, national security, international relations) or anticipated degree in hand by August, 2017).
- Teaching and/or professional experience in policy, intelligence, and/or terrorism.


Special Notes to Applicants



Application materials must be received by

Open Until Filled Yes

University Profile

Marymount is a comprehensive Catholic university that emphasizes the liberal arts, career preparation, and personal and professional development. A diverse and welcoming learning community, Marymount serves nearly 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university's location in suburban Arlington, Virginia, offers easy access to the rich resources of the nation's capital. Marymount University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.



Job Duties

Percent of total time 80%

Responsibility / Duty

Teaching/Advising: Faculty will be able to teach graduate-level courses in policy, intelligence, and terrorism, as well as other established forensic and legal psychology courses. Candidate must be committed to program development and monitoring course content, course implementation, and practical experiences. Maintains appropriate office hours and advises students on program requirements as well as professional development/career opportunities.

Percent of total time 20%

Responsibility / Duty

Service: Building department program; enhancing student engagement and community outreach; participating in departmental assessment and faculty governance.




Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
  1. * Do you hold a Master's degree in psychology or related field (e.g., criminal justice, criminology, intelligence, national security, international relations).
    • Yes
    • No




Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. Cover Letter
  3. References
  4. Teaching Philosophy
Optional Documents
  1. Unofficial Transcripts

PI98114189