This is a perfect job for someone who wants a teaching-based position and to run their own practice on the side. It is a small, very safe, town with a country feel while still being two hours from Pittsburgh (and four hours from DC.) The department is solid and gets along with each other. The ideal applicant would love to teach, involve students in research, and be easy to get along with. Rumor has it the search committee is meeting next week.
Tenure Track, 9-month Faculty, Psychology
Job responsibilities: The primary responsibility of the faculty member in Psychology is to teach undergraduate classes. Candidates will typically teach classes in General Psychology, Human Development, Abnormal Psychology, Death and Dying, Counseling Theories and Skills, Deviant Behavior, Human Adjustment, and other courses as assigned. A typical teaching load consists of 4 three-hour classes/semester. Job duties also include academic advising of students, active participation in college committees, working as a team member in the academic department or division the major resides in, working collaboratively with other faculty and the college administration, active involvement in recruiting activities for new students, and participation in and contribution to the general college community.
Qualifications: Doctorate in the discipline preferred.
Compensation: commensurate with credential and experience.
Supervision of this position is provided by the division chair and the provost/executive vice-president for academic affairs.
This is a 9 month position beginning August 15th with major duties ending May 15th. Recruiting activities and college committees may require a limited amount of time through the summer. Opportunities exist to develop and teach summer courses.
Submit CV and/or resume, teaching philosophy and references to:
or mail to:
C/o Vickie Kittle
101 College Hill Drive
Philippi WV 26416
NOTE: Electronic submission in one file preferred.