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Northwest Christian University, a Christian, private, liberal arts, teaching University is seeking applications for a full-time assistant or associate faculty position in psychology beginning Fall 2020. Operating from its Stone-Campbell heritage, NCU employs faculty and serves students from the broad spectrum of the Christian Church.
A doctoral degree in psychology is preferred, and specialty areas in social, forensic, clinical or counseling psychology are favored. A minimum of 2 years teaching experience preferred in both face-to-face and online delivery. Evidence of assessment and committee work a plus. The person serving in this position should have a broad knowledge of psychology and be prepared to teach general psychology, social psychology, theories of personality, abnormal psychology, introduction to counseling skills, cognition, learning, and/or research methods as well as develop courses in area of expertise. The normal teaching load is 24 semester credits (8 courses) per 9-month academic year. Opportunities for summer teaching are available with separate contract.
NCU was founded in 1895 and is accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. It is located in Eugene, Oregon, home as well to the University of Oregon, and offers a college town atmosphere in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. It is conveniently located one hour from the Oregon Coast, one hour from the Cascade Mountains, and is 110 miles from Portland. NCU offers a holistic Christian undergraduate experience that features small classes, mentoring with faculty, and many co-curricular activities including small groups as well as athletics.
The psychology program is one of the largest majors at NCU and offers a B.S. in psychology and a forensic psychology concentration. The program emphasizes building a strong foundation in psychological science with an integration of faith and learning; therefore, applicants must have a vibrant and maturing Christian faith and a desire to support the mission of NCU to foster wisdom, faith, and service through excellent academic programs within a Christ-centered community.
Northwest Christian University is a Christian, private, liberal-arts, comprehensive university closely affiliated with churches of the Stone-Campbell/Restoration Movement. From this unique heritage Northwest Christian University embraces the ideal that we are “Christians only” – but not the “only Christians” – and offers its resources to students and congregations of many church traditions. These students are affiliated with denominational and non-denominational groups, such as Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, Foursquare, Lutheran, Nazarene, Episcopal, Assembly of God, Catholic, and Community Churches. The University was founded in 1895 and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.