At Clarke University, everything we do is focused on making an impact on students so they can positively impact the world. For students, it means a place where more than facts are studied it means new ways of thinking are explored.
For faculty and staff, it means more than just coming to work every day it means truly collaborating across the university to put student success first. It also means living and working in a thriving city named one of the "most livable" small cities in the country and one of "Best Green Places" in the country.
The Department of Health, Wellness and Behavioral Sciences invites applications for a full-time, three-year appointment/term, with the possibility of moving to tenure-track, faculty position in Psychology set to begin August 2019. The rank of this position is open, in that Instructors, Assistant or Associate Professors are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will teach courses that meet major and University requirements, such as Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Research Methods, Close Relationships, and Psychology of Women. Candidates with a background in Health Social Psychology are particularly encouraged to apply. Although Clarke University heavily prioritizes teaching in the liberal arts tradition, evidence of professional activity, and service including advising are expected.
A Ph.D. is preferred; however, candidates who are A.B.D. will also be considered. Technology and multimedia aptitudes are important. The successful candidate will teach a range of traditional lecture courses with the possibility of also teaching in hybrid or online format.
To apply, please upload the following documents online at http://clarke.applicantpool.com: letter of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, unofficial transcripts, and three recent letters of recommendation. Confidential letters can be sent to HRLetters@clarke.edu.
Candidates may choose to include up to three semesters of teaching evaluations. Review of applications will commence immediately.