Assistant Professor Psychology (Tenure Track)Rank :
Assistant Professor 9115Regular (PIN) or Long Term Contractual Faculty:
RegularDesired Start Date:
12/07/2022Open Until Filled:
YesDuties and Responsibilities :
The faculty will be responsible for curriculum instruction and will be an integral part of the student’s educational experience. The faculty member will provide engaged instruction, develop curricula, advise and support students, be responsible for evaluation of student learning, and provide evaluation methods appropriate to outcomes. The faculty member will teach eight (8) courses for the academic year; advise psychology majors and serve on departmental, college, and university committees. A commitment to teaching excellence, experience integrating technology into the teaching process and/or teaching in a variety of modes (hybrid and on-line courses). This is a full-time, nine-month tenure track position.Conditions of Employment:
Please be advised, COVID-19 vaccinations are not required but encouraged for all eligible students, faculty and staff returning to USM institutions. This protocol is subject to change.Experience:
For best consideration please apply by January 7, 2023.
Teaching and research experience, especially at the undergraduate level; demonstrated proficiency integrating technology into teaching. There should be a record of and a commitment to research, scholarship activities and a strong teaching ability. Experience in grant writing and conducting research with undergraduate students is preferred. Experience in Research.Education:
A Doctoral degree in Psychology is required.Knowledge Skills and Abilities :
The successful candidate should be able to teach Statistics, Research Methodology and have Cognitive Psychology as an area of expertise. A commitment to teaching excellence, experience integrating technology into the teaching process and/or teaching in a variety of modes (hybrid and on-line courses) is necessary. This person should have knowledge in the general discipline of Psychology including an area of specialization. Candidate must have excellent communication skills; and the ability to work with students and colleagues from diverse backgrounds.