The Psychology Department at Texas State University invites applications for a Senior Lecturer effective Fall 2017. Senior Lecturers are eligible for a five-year term. Reappointment is contingent upon satisfactory annual performance evaluations during the term period, in addition to continuity of funding and departmental need. The successful candidate will be expected to do the following:
- Teach 3 undergraduate course sections per semester of Experimental Design and Research Methods (PSY 3402) that includes a 3-hour lecture and 2-hour lab per week;
- Teach at both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses;
- Participate in institutional and professional service; and
- Exhibit a collaborative style that facilitates cooperation and teamwork in the Psychology Department.
Required: MA in Psychology or a closely-related field; Evidence of university teaching effectiveness.
Preferred: PhD in Psychology or a closely-related field; Experience teaching research methodology or other psychology courses; Record of publication or other experience with research methodology in psychology; Excellent written and oral communication skills.
On-line submission of all application materials is required through the university’s application portal, https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/19117. Required documents include the following:
- Cover letter highlighting your qualifications,
- Current vita,
- Statement of teaching philosophy,
- Evidence of teaching effectiveness (including teaching evaluations by students, peers, or supervising faculty),
- Unofficial copies of transcripts showing highest degree conferred, and
- Three letters of reference.
To ensure consideration, all materials must be uploaded by March 1, 2017. Questions about the application process should be submitted via email to ude.etatsxt|sboj-ygolohcysp#ude.etatsxt|sboj-ygolohcysp.
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