Assistant or Associate Professor - School Psychology
Webster University invites applicants for a 12-month tenure-track faculty
at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
Webster University’s school psychology program is multicultural,
international, and child-centered. Excellence in teaching is expected.
Candidates must also pursue a program of research and scholarship in their
chosen areas of school psychology and publish regularly in professional
Applicants must have an earned doctorate and specialization in school
psychology. Applicant must also be a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst.
We seek a professionally credentialed, nationally certified school
psychology faculty member with practice-based knowledge and ability to
establish relationships with school districts.
This position is located in St. Louis/Webster Groves, MO, with
opportunities to teach at international campuses
Preferred areas of expertise are as follows:
1. School-based mental health services for culturally and linguistically
2. Background in special education and a school crisis prevention and
intervention specialist (PREPaRE trainer).
3. Culturally responsive evidence-based interventions focused on academic,
behavioral, and mental health support.
4. International children’s rights and school psychology.
5. Exceptional youth – including students with disabilities, those with
special gifts and talents, and “twice-exceptional” youth.
6. Three years of experience working as a school psychologist in elementary
and secondary schools, especially with students from multicultural and
7. One year of applied behavior analysis practice.
• Teach with a strong interactive focus.
• Advise graduate students.
• Teach 8 courses per year. Course releases may apply depending on
administrative appointments related to the programs.
• Participate in curriculum development, implementation, and program
• Serve as liaison with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board®.
• Assist in data collection, data analysis and reports as required by the
University and School of Education as well as state, regional, and national
• Explore opportunities for additional collaboration with school districts
and in-service opportunities for educators.
• Engage in service and make professional contributions to the department,
school, university, and community.
• Collaborate with graduate students as they prepare to present research at
international and national conferences and publish in international journals
in psychology and education.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. Applicants should submit: (1) a cover letter (indicating
Webster campus), (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of teaching philosophy,
(4) contact information for at least three references (within application).
Additional materials may be requested at a later date.
To learn more about Webster’s Applied Educational Psychology and School
Psychology programs, please see:
To learn more about the School of Education go to:
If you have questions regarding this position you may contact Dr. Deborah
Stiles, Director of School Psychology and Applied Educational Psychology at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-968-7056.
Webster University is committed to creating a diverse environment and is
proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to maintaining
a culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest
caliber. Accordingly, Webster University provides equal employment
opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without
regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender
identity, national origin, ethnicity, age, protected veteran or disabled
status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by