Position Information: DescriptionThe Department of Psychology at the University of North Dakota (UND) is searching to fill an Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position to begin August 16, 2022, contingent upon availability of funding. Candidates should have expertise in addiction and/or substance abuse treatment. This position may be tenure-track or an offer of tenure may be made based on a candidate’s documented record of achievement and subject to approval from the Department, College, University and the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in UND’s Rural Health and Communities Grand Challenge initiative focused in areas such as assessment and treatment of substance abuse (e.g., opioids/meth addiction). See https://und.edu/research/grand-challenges/
. This position will be primarily on campus (not remote).A 2-year postdoctoral research associate position will be assigned to the successful hire no later than Year 2 of the position. The postdoctoral hire would contribute to assisting with data collection, grant writing, publishing and project management under the direct supervision of the tenure-track hire. Housed within the University of North Dakota’s largest college, the College of Arts & Sciences, the Department of Psychology has 16 full-time faculty, approximately 460 undergraduate majors and 190 graduate students with programs in Clinical (APA-accredited), Experimental, and Forensic Psychology. Established in 1883, the University of North Dakota is the oldest research university in North Dakota. It is the state’s flagship university and is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as having high research activity. Founded with a strong liberal arts foundation, UND has grown into a prominent scientific research university and was recently ranked among the top 100 public and top 25 most innovative universities in the country by U.S. News and World Report, and is widely regarded as among the top universities in the American Northern Plains region. UND offers degrees in more than 225 fields of study with nearly 14,000 students. It is the home of the state’s only School of Law. The School of Medicine has major initiatives in rural and public health, and Aerospace is home to one of the first and largest unmanned aerial vehicle programs in the world.
UND is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota, a vibrant college town of over 57,000 people located on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota. Short commutes, a great public-school system, high quality medical facilities, low crime, ample parks and theaters, and a cost of living below that found in large American cities are some of Grand Forks’ advantages. Ranked as one of the top 5 Best Small College Towns, and America’s Best Hockey Town, Grand Forks offers stellar quality of life without the metropolitan hassles.
Duties & Responsibilities
Produce peer-reviewed publications within area of research expertise and seek external grant funds.Teach a mix of online and on campus courses and supervise graduate students.All faculty are expected to contribute service within the department, college, university, and community. UND and the College of Arts & Sciences value diverse perspectives and seek applicants who are committed to helping students from underrepresented backgrounds succeed.
The position will carry a 1/1 formal course load. Course load may be reduced if the candidate brings external support or secures it while in the position. Required Competencies
Ability to produce peer-reviewed publications within area of research expertise and seek external grant funds.Ability to teach a mix of online and on campus courses. Effective interpersonal skills, Including the ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, staff, and students.Ability to work with diverse groups.Ability to supervise graduate students and contribute to service within the department, college, university, and/or community.
- Earned PhD in Psychology by August 15, 2022.
- Evidence of scholarly productivity.
- Evidence of teaching effectiveness.
- Successful completion of criminal history records check.
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the US and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.
- Experience working collaboratively with interdisciplinary partners.
- Demonstrated success obtaining external funding.
- Expertise in addiction and/or substance abuse treatment and areas that directly align with the goals of UND’s Rural Health and Communities
Minimum Hiring SalarySalary is competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Work Schedule/Start DatePosition is full-time and benefitted. Dates of initial contract are August 16, 2022 to May 15, 2023.To ApplyFor full consideration, applications must be received by January 5, 2022 and include the following materials.
Cover letter CV Contact information for a minimum of three references. Further information may be requested later (e.g., letters of recommendation, a graduate transcript, teaching evaluations).
Questions about this position can be directed to Dr. Joelle Ruthig, Chairperson, Department of Psychology: [email protected]
. Position is open until filled.Additional Information
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Confidentiality of Application Materials
Pursuant to NDCC 44-04-18.27, applications and any records related to the applications that identify an applicant are confidential, except records related to the finalists of the position, which are open to the public after the search committee has identified the top three finalists who will be invited to campus.
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Veterans claiming preference must submit all proof of eligibility by the closing date. Proof of eligibility includes a DD-214 or NGB 22 and if claiming disabled status, a current letter of disability from the VA dated within the last 12 months.
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