Tenure Track Assistant Professor Faculty Position in Counseling Psychology
Department of Educational Studies, College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio State University
The Department of Educational Studies invites applications for a full-time (9-month) tenure-track position at the assistant professor level. It is an exciting time to join a brand new Counseling Psychology program that also has deep roots at the Ohio State University! The program is in process of seeking accreditation with the American Psychological Association. We are seeking a candidate who has completed a doctorate in Counseling Psychology or related field (e.g., clinical or school psychology) with a demonstrated record of scholarship commensurate with the level of experience (new PhD versus advanced assistant professor). We welcome candidates from any area of research emphasis within the field of Counseling Psychology. Evidence of effort toward obtaining internal and external funded research, knowledge of methodological approaches, and potential to build partnerships with national and local constituents will also be viewed as strengths. We also seek a candidate who has experience that includes social justice, equity, and demonstrated ability to teach, conduct research, and work with persons from multiple minoritized backgrounds (e.g., race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, SES).
The candidate must meet the following required qualifications:
- An earned doctorate in the field of Counseling Psychology (or closely related field) by July 31, 2023; A record of research and scholarship consistent with an appointment at the rank of assistant professor at The Ohio State University; Potential to teach, advise, and mentor master’s and Ph.D. students and contribute to curricular development in Counseling Psychology.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be an established or emerging scholar who engages in high quality peer reviewed research with strengths in quantitative or mixed methods approaches in the field of Counseling Psychology. The candidate should demonstrate experience with, or potential for, high quality scholarship and teaching. The ideal candidate would also be able to provide intellectual and practice-oriented leadership addressing the challenges facing contemporary education. Responsibilities include conducting and publishing research in top-tier journals; securing internal/external funding to support their research; teaching graduate courses (with potential future opportunities to expand into undergraduate offerings);; advising Ph.D. students; engaging in curriculum development; providing support for program growth; and, providing service to the department, college, university, and academic and practice communities.
All application materials must be uploaded to the OSU Workday website. To apply, please submit a letter of application describing your interests and program of research, curriculum vitae, electronic copy of writing sample (either a published article or submitted manuscript), a diversity statement, and your teaching philosophy. Additionally, please submit names and contact details of three references with your application. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with priority given to those received by November 30, 2022.
Reference letters may be requested at some point throughout the interview process
Applicants should upload all application materials to the OSU Workday Career website https://osujoblinks.com/m1j6
Additional questions can be sent to Dr. Marc Guerrero, Search Committee Chair at Guerrero.email@example.com
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