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SUMMARY: Bryan College, a regionally-accredited institution, seeks applications from persons interested in a non-tenure position to begin August 2022. The successful candidate will teach courses in the discipline of psychology at the undergraduate level.
Candidates would be primarily responsible for teaching, mentoring, and advising undergraduate students, research/scholarship, committee work, and college community service. Course assignments may include core substantive areas of psychology and/or upper division-applied courses in area of specialization.
Bryan College is a Christian institution of higher education with a rich heritage of integration of faith and learning in the context of a Christian worldview and strives to integrate faith into the classroom; therefore, applicant must have a sincere Evangelical Christian commitment and be willing to sign an orthodox Statement of Belief.
Teach a minimum of 12 hours per semester
Mentor and advise undergraduate students
Advise students academically in the Psychology Department
Earned Doctorate in relevant field or ABD preferred
18 graduate hours in each field(s) in which the candidate will teach
Collegiate teaching experience preferred
Ability to work cooperatively with others and provide excellent service to students, employees and the community