Grove City College announces a faculty opening for a
Psychologist in the Department of Psychology and Social Work
beginning in July 2022, with special emphasis given to those with a
background in experimental psychology. Successful candidates should
have a Ph.D. in psychology, a demonstrated potential for excellence
in teaching and research, and interest in the integration of
psychology with Christian faith. Experience in the instructional
use of technology and hybrid and online teaching is an advantage.
Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications. Faculty
members are expected to teach a 4/4 load. Primary teaching
responsibilities include Behavioral Neuroscience, Sensation and
Perception, Cognitive Psychology (with lab), and Research Methods
(with lab). Other courses will be based on the candidate’s area of
expertise, which should complement and diversify our current
departmental course offerings. Student academic advising is also
required. Faculty research is encouraged and supported through
in-house research funds and a sabbatical program. The Department of
Psychology and Social Work consists of seven full-time and two
part-time faculty members and offers a B.A. in psychology, a B.S.
in psychology, and a B.S. in social work.
Please send a current curriculum vitae, transcripts, names and
contact information for four references (three professional and one
pastoral), and a letter of interest that 1) explains how your
Christian faith represents a strong fit with Grove City
mission as a Christian liberal arts college see: (http://www.gcc.edu/Home/Our-Story/Faith-Freedom/Vision-Mission-Values) and
2) outlines your scholarly agenda. Send these to: Mrs. Jamie N.
Kimble, Associate Director of Human Resources at email@example.com.
Grove City College is a private educational institution noted
for its academic excellence where scholarship is informed by
Christian principles. It does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, non-job-related
disability, use of a guide or support animal, or any other basis
prohibited by applicable law in the administration of its
educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan
programs, and athletic and other college-administrative