Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Psychology (58 views)

JOB TITLE:                Assistant/Associate/Full Professor

SUPERVISOR:          Assistant Dean of Faculty Affairs

EFFORT:                    Full Time or Part Time (Exempt)

EDUCATION:            PsyD or PhD

California Northstate University is dedicated to educating, developing, and training the next generation of healthcare professionals.  The College of Psychology is entering its third year of operation and expanding its course offerings.  We looking for professors to teach one or more of the following classes in the 2020-2021 academic year:

  1. Crisis and Trauma
  2. Leadership in Health Professions
  3. Psychopathology: Adult
  4. Foundations of Behavior: Cognitive and Affective
  5. Psychopharmacology
  6. Organizational Behavior



The faculty in the College of Psychology is responsible for:

  1. Preparing syllabi that follow both APA and WSCUC guidelines
  2. Teaching courses that are both engaging and informative
  3. Maintaining good working relationships with fellow faculty and administration
  4. Participating in the development and revision of curriculum, program evaluation, and assessment of student learning outcomes
  5. Communicating effectively with students regarding course expectations and performance
  6. Acting as an Academic Advisor
  7. Chairing/participating in dissertation committees
  8. Attending all required departmental and University committee meetings
  9. Maintaining current and relevant subject matter expertise in the topics covered in their course
  10. Having fundamental knowledge of effective learning strategies and methodologies



Must have:

  1. A PhD or PsyD in counseling or clinical psychology
  2. Experience in graduate teaching and/or research
  3. The ability to speak and write clearly and concisely
  4. Willingness to work with a diverse faculty and student body of varying interests and orientations
  5. The ability to teach at least one of the 6 courses listed above


  1. Graduate of an APA accredited program
  2. Possession of a license to practice psychology in the state of California