New Orleans, LA
For its innovative Clinical Psy.D. program at Xavier University of Louisiana, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is currently seeking outstanding practitioner-scholar applicants for Half-Time Department Faculty. Specific duties for these New Orleans based positions include teaching at a graduate level in various subjects that include the Department's four orientations of Cognitive-Behavioral, Humanistic-Existential, Psychodynamic, and Systems. Faculty members also teach courses in Assessment, Research Methods/Statistics, and in concentration areas that include Child/Adolescent, Forensics, Neuropsychology, Health Psychology, and Creative and Expressive Arts. Applicants with expertise in assessment are especially encouraged to apply. Finally, the ability to mentor a diverse student body, utilize technology/varied educational methods, and support student scholarship are important qualities.
• Faculty members advise students, chair dissertations and serve on campus and department committees.
• Teach the equivalent of 9 credit hours annually
Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Previous teaching experience (3 years preferred);
• Exemplary professional experience;
• Engagement in research and scholarship (preferred).
• Doctoral degree in clinical psychology, developmental psychology, or experimental psychology depending on the course taught.
• Certain courses require state licensure as a psychologist.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology offers a generous compensation and benefits package, as well as the opportunity to work for a leader in the field of education. Some of our key benefits include: generous paid time-off, medical and dental coverage, company-paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan with employer contribution, multiple flexible spending accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement, professional development, and regular employee appreciation events.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology