This tenure-track faculty position consists of teaching an academic load in the PsyD program, participating in PsyD program activities (e.g., advising, mentoring), engaging in research and/or scholarship, and providing consultative support to faculty in their research activities. The faculty member is also expected to fully participate in University life including committee work and other institution activities. Note: This position is contingent on approval by the University’s budgeting process.
Teach 18 credits in the Doctor of Psychology program, including research methodology and statistics.
Participate in Psy.D. program activities including: student instruction, advising, and affairs; policies and procedures; program assessment and refinement; and, faculty professional development.
Provide oversight of research-related academic instruction, dissertation quality, and support of Psy.D. student research.
Offer consultative support to program faculty in research activities and related professional development.
Participate in CSBS department and university meetings and committees.
Attend and assist with departmental events including New Student Welcome Night, Psy.D. Orientation and Registration, Psy.D. cohort events, and Psy.D. graduation celebrations.
Performs other work-related duties as assigned.
Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D. degree in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, or a closely related field.
Licensed Psychologist or license-eligible in the State of Washington (preferred but not required).
Experience teaching graduate level psychology curriculum, particularly research methodology and statistics.
Experience conducting scientific research, with a track record of publishing.
An established program of research (preferred).
A deep, personal commitment to Jesus Christ, a Spirit-filled life, and an integration of faith and learning.
Endorsement of Northwest University’s values and the ethos of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences—“psychology, culture and social justice”.
Committed to establishing positive mentoring relationships with a diverse student body and to students’ skill development through coaching, modeling, and direction instruction.
Dedication to maintaining positive, professional relationships with faculty, staff, and the general constituency of Northwest University.
Strong interpersonal, organization, and creative skills.
Dedication to a safe work environment free of harassment, violence, and unlawful discrimination.
Willingness to be flexible and accommodate program needs after general business hours.
For full consideration, please submit the following:
Letter of interest
Curriculum vitae, and if available, a teaching portfolio
Names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references
A statement of your understanding of the relationship between the integration of Christian faith and your discipline of study
A brief statement describing your personal faith journey and church involvements
Applications may be submitted by email as PDF attachments to Dr. Matt Nelson, Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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