Assistant Professor of Psychology - Mental/Behavioral Health

Coe College
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Sep 15, 2017
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Coe College seeks qualified applicants for a full-time tenure-track appointment in Psychology.  Courses taught will likely include Introductory Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Learning and Behavior, and an upper-level Seminar in Psychology.  Occasionally, the successful candidate will also teach a first year seminar course in their area of interest. Candidates with an interest in areas such as in Behavior Analysis, Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and School Psychology are especially encouraged to apply. The Department strongly values a commitment to a student-centered approach and a multicultural perspective in teaching, research, and practice. Ph.D. in psychology required by start date; candidates who can provide evidence of successful teaching, an active program of research adaptable to student-faculty collaboration, and an interest in mentoring undergraduate students will be strongly preferred. 

Coe’s psychology department includes 7 full-time faculty. The department is an integral part of the college’s vibrant interdisciplinary Neuroscience and Organizational Science programs, and has a strong commitment to provide intensive, hands-on research experiences and internship placements for its students. 

Please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, research statement, diversity statement, graduate transcript, and three letters of recommendation at Please use the information below as a guide in preparing your diversity and research statements:

Research statement: The Coe College Psychology Department has a strong tradition and commitment to collaborative student/faculty research.  Please provide a description of the research program that you would bring to or develop at the College.  Particular focus should be on describing how students would be directly involved in your research.


Diversity statement: The Coe College Psychology Department is committed to fostering a multicultural environment.  We value the input of multiple viewpoints and diverse perspectives and aim to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social, and intellectual diversity.  To describe how you might contribute to such an environment, please provide a statement of how you will promote the value of diversity through your teaching, research, or other contributions to the college or department.


 Review of applications will begin on November 3. 

Coe College is a selective, private, nationally recognized four-year coeducational liberal arts institution that has provided a superior education for students in a residential setting since 1851. With 1,400 students, Coe's attractive campus is located in the heart of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a metropolitan area of 175,000 people, providing a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities.

Coe College is committed to increasing the diversity of its campus community and encourages applicants who will help fulfill that goal. Coe College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.