- Teaches four courses or equivalent per semester;
- Actively pursues professional and/or academic scholarship that will enrich teaching abilities or enhance knowledge base in the subject areas;
- Evidence of ongoing scholarly activities (written works, research, etc.) expected;
- Advises up to 25 students;
- Mentors students and engages them with hands-on learning and field work;
- Provides service to the Department, School and the College;
- Actively participates in relevant professional organizations;
- Performs other duties as required and as allowed by the ECFA-Endicott Contract.
- Ph.D. in Psychology (ABDs will be considered if degree will be completed by effective date of appointment);
- College-level teaching experience across a broad set of psychology courses, with a particular focus on abnormal psychology, senior thesis, and counseling courses;
- Experience in a liberal arts setting and/or experiential learning;
- Have a well-defined and innovative research agenda that complements and expands the existing strengths of the Division of Social Sciences.