Professor of Psychology & Human Development and
Director of the Psychology & Human Development
Hellenic College Holy Cross
School of Theology Brookline, MA
Posted: Jan 03, 2022
Application Due: Open Until Filled
Hellenic College seeks a candidate who is dedicated to the
teaching of Psychology from an Orthodox Christian perspective and
who is capable of directing the Psychology & Human Development
program in the context of an Orthodox Christian college.
Successful candidates will demonstrate a commitment to quality
teaching, peer-reviewed scholarship, and service within the
institution. The candidate is expected to teach foundational
courses in the program. Any substantive professional and
disciplinary focus within the field of psychology is
As director, the candidate will guide the Psychology & Human
Development program, lead a group of adjunct faculty within the
program, and advise students in their academic and professional
endeavors. Hellenic College prioritizes the professional
development of its undergraduate students.
Hellenic College is a fully accredited, Orthodox Christian
liberal arts college located in Brookline, Massachusetts. The
successful candidate will have the intellect, integrity, and
administrative acumen to work in partnership with the faculty and
administrative staff to advance Hellenic’s mission to develop
students morally, intellectually, and spiritually.
Applicants should explain in their cover letters how their
expertise, skills, and leadership will help the College inspire and
sustain vocations among students for service to the Church and
The position is open to rank; this is a three-year contract with
the option to renew.
- Highest appropriate terminal degree within the field of
Psychology & Human Development or closely related
- Demonstrated success in undergraduate teaching and
- Record of professional involvement commensurate with rank and
- Excellent communication skills and demonstrated abilities to
work effectively and adaptively with students, co-workers, and
- Commitment to the Orthodox Christian theology of the
- The normal teaching load at Hellenic College is three
undergraduate courses per semester.
- Program leadership, curriculum development, program assessment,
student learning assessment, adjunct faculty recruitment and
development, teaching, student advisement, course planning, and
- Collaborate with colleagues and undergraduate students to
advance and renew the mission of the Psychology & Human
Development Program, and collaborate with directors of other
undergraduate and graduate programs to expand educational
opportunities for students in Hellenic College.
- Coordinate field placements for students in professional
- Sustain an active program of professional involvement.
- Participate in college meetings and events.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Hellenic College offers a full program of benefits.
Candidates must submit their applications electronically to
A complete application consists of a cover letter demonstrating
the candidate’s qualifications and commitment to the College’s
mission; a current Curriculum Vitae; statements of research
interests and teaching philosophy; three letters of reference; and
three examples of recent publications or professional
For full consideration, a complete application must be received
electronically by January 31, 2022. However, applications will be
accepted until the position is filled.
Inquiries regarding the position of the application process can
be directed to David Volz, Director of Human Resources, email@example.com.
Start Date: July 1, 2022
Hellenic College is an equal opportunity employer.
A diverse workforce and inclusive culture is valued.