MULTIPLE TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS AT TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
The Department of Psychological Sciences at Texas Tech University announces multiple openings for tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level. We seek applications in the areas of clinical (req. #4627BR), human factors/applied experimental (req. #4628BR), and counseling (req. #4626BR) psychology. We are particularly interested in applicants whose program of research, broadly defined, contributes to the department’s emphases on neuroscience, and health and safety. For candidates with an interest in neuroscience, the Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute houses a research dedicated 3-T Siemen’s Skyra with simultaneous 128-channel EEG, and there are opportunities to collaborate with existing neuroimaging researchers in psychology and across campus.
Candidates are expected to conduct productive and programmatic research, compete for extramural research funding, teach undergraduate and graduate psychology courses, mentor graduate students, and provide service to the department, college, university, and profession. Candidates for our human factors position should have a strong psychology background and a commitment to integrating basic and applied research. Candidates for our clinical and counseling psychology positions must receive their Ph.D. from an APA-accredited program by August 2016 and should be able to supervise graduate students in practicum. The anticipated starting date for all positions is August 19, 2016.
The Department of Psychological Sciences at Texas Tech (http://www.depts.ttu.edu/psy/) has doctoral programs in clinical, counseling, cognitive, human factors, and social psychology. The clinical and counseling programs are accredited by APA and the human factors program is accredited by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. We currently have 28 full-time tenure-track faculty, 120 doctoral students, over 1,000 undergraduate majors, our own building with labs and classroom space, and a Psychology Clinic. Our research programs encompass departmental, campus, community, and national/international collaborations. We have effective working relationships with the TTU Health Sciences Center, several large area hospitals, numerous clinics and psychological-service agencies, and other multidisciplinary groups in the region. Texas Tech University is classified as a doctoral “research-extensive university” by the Carnegie Foundation and as a “national research university” by the State of Texas. With a population of approximately 240,000 people, Lubbock is an ethnically-diverse community, with a low cost of living, temperate climate, modern airport and infrastructure, and good school districts.
To apply for a faculty position, candidates must submit a cover letter, vita, statement of research interests, statement of teaching philosophy, sample reprints, 3 or more letters of recommendation, and any other materials that candidates think will be helpful, to our online application web site, at: http://jobs.texastech.edu, under the above requisition number corresponding to each specialty area. We will begin reviewing applications on October 1, 2015, and will continue to review applications until the positions are filled. Please direct questions about these positions to: Dr. Robert Morgan, Search Committee Chair, ude.utt|nagrom.trebor#ude.utt|nagrom.trebor, 806-834-7117. Texas Tech University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and TTU has a sustained commitment to enhancing diversity. We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and other under-represented groups. We have a successful track record of accommodating the needs of dual-career couples.