Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota invites candidates to apply for the annually contracted faculty position in the PsyD in Counseling Psychology program, beginning in June 2020. The standard teaching load is defined as 18-20 equivalent credit hours per contract year. The position entails teaching doctoral level courses, participating in the development and assessment of qualifying examinations, supervising dissertation research, and advising and mentoring graduate students.
Core faculty are responsible for maintaining the academic integrity of the program and play an essential role in curriculum development and review, supervision and evaluation of students, assessment of program outcomes, and development of program objectives.
Education and Experience
The successful candidate will have the following credentials and experience:
- An earned doctorate in psychology is required.
- Doctoral level Licensed Psychologist (LP), or license eligible as an LP in the state of Minnesota is required.
- Experience in higher education is preferred which includes teaching, program development, and/or administration (e.g., accreditation standards).
Qualification to teach graduate courses in psychological assessment is required. In addition, experience working with diverse racial and ethnic communities and training/experience for the supervision of quantitative dissertation research is highly preferred.
For more information about the position and instructions on how to apply, visit the SMU Careers Page. All applications must be submitted online through this website.