The School Psychology (SPS) graduate programs in the Department
of Psychology and Counseling at Georgian Court University
(GCU)seeks a tenure-track faculty member at the assistant professor
rank to begin in the Fall 2022 semester. We seek a motivated and
enthusiastic faculty member to join our collaborative school
psychology faculty team in primary support of our MA/CAGS and
Psy.D. programs in school psychology. Mentorship will be provided
by the current department and program leadership. The successful
candidate will teach courses in the MA/CAGS and Psy.D. programs,
provide support to doctoral students through dissertation
mentorship, and engage in scholarly research within the field of
school psychology. The successful candidate will primarily teach in
the school psychology graduate programs. This individual will teach
courses both at the MA and Psy.D. level and supervise doctoral
Integrate the Mercy core values of respect, compassion,
integrity, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
Teach 12 credits per semester in the graduate programs in
School Psychology and undergraduate program in the Psychology and
Teach in lecture, online, or hybrid modalities.
Ability to teach evening courses.
Supervise doctoral dissertations
Participate in ongoing data collection and assessments needed
to successfully continue NASP accreditation.
Collaborate with colleagues regarding course materials
(developing or using common syllabi/course outlines).
Engage in Scholarly activities in accordance with faculty
Participate in departmental functions such as lectures, Open
Engage in University-wide and departmental service.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
A doctorate in School Psychology is required (ABD with a known
completion date can be considered). NJ-Certified School
Psychologist (or eligible to become a NJ-Certified School
Licensed or licensed-eligible Psychologist in the state of
Ability to teach cognitive assessment/intervention and
statistics/research methods courses