Visiting Psychology Teaching Faculty (Panama City Campus)
Job ID: 43292
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Apply On Or Before: 01/01/9999
The Department of Psychology at Florida State University (FSU) has a Bachelor's Degree program in Psychology, which includes courses in Clinical, Cognitive, Developmental, and Social Psychology, as well as Neuroscience and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We invite applications for a 9-month, visiting, full-time, specialized, non-tenure track teaching faculty position at our FSU Campus in Panama City, Florida (FSU Panama City).
Primary responsibilities are teaching four courses each in the Fall and Spring for the undergraduate psychology program at FSU Panama City. This position will include opportunities for mentoring and advising students and engaging in service to the department and campus as needed.
The position begins in Fall of 2018. For more information about the FSU Psychology Department, please visit https://psy.fsu.edu/.
PhD in Psychology from an accredited institution (must be conferred by start date of the position).
Preference will be given to those with previous teaching experience who can teach Clinical Psychology courses (i.e., Abnormal and Abnormal Child Psychology) and courses in at least one other program area (Developmental, Social Psychology, and/or Research Methods).
The Panama City campus of FSU is located 100 miles west of Tallahassee on the beautiful St. Andrews Bay and is only three miles from the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico. FSU Panama City currently houses 19 bachelor's programs and 8 master's programs and boasts a small faculty-to-student ratio, which gives students a more personalized academic experience. FSU Panama City is also home to the FSU Early Childhood Autism Program (ECAP) which provides ABA therapy to children aged 2-22. For more information about FSU Panama City, please visit our website: https://pc.fsu.edu/.
Inquiries should be directed to: Dr. Amy Polick - firstname.lastname@example.org
Anticipated Salary Range
Salary is commensurate with education and experience
This is a Faculty position.
Criminal Background Check
This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check, to include fingerprinting. The background check will be conducted as authorized and in accordance with University Policy 4-OP-C-7-B11.
How To Apply
If qualified and interested in this position, apply at https://jobs.fsu.edu. Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Online applications MUST INCLUDE work history up to ten years, and all education details EVEN IF ATTACHING RESUME.
Applicants should also upload all of the following documents to their online application:
1) A cover letter describing university teaching experience, other related experiences (including clinical experience), teaching philosophy, courses the applicant feels qualified to teach, and why you are seeking this position.
2) Current curriculum vitae.
3) Evidence of teaching effectiveness (copies of teaching evaluations and other data).
4) Arrange for submission of at least three letters of reference. You should instruct that these letters be mailed to: Florida State University, A312E, Human Resources, 4750 Collegiate Drive, Panama City, Florida 32405 (References should provide contact information, including addresses, e-mail addresses and phone numbers)
5) Additional material to support your application may also be mailed to the above address.
Open until filled
This position is being advertised as open until filled.
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