Part-Time Assistant/Associate Professor – School Psychology Department (68 views)

William James College, located just west of Boston, is seeking a part-time Assistant or Associate Professor and teaching faculty member for its dynamic and innovative School Psychology programs. The School Psychology Department offers both specialist (MA/CAGS) and doctoral (PsyD) level degrees in School Psychology, as well as a MA in Applied Behavior Analysis and a Graduate Certificate in School Climate and Social Emotional Learning. The school psychology curriculum incorporates rigorous academic instruction with supervised field training in a variety of settings. The WJC mission features core values of experiential education, social responsibility, and personal growth. The school psychology programs emphasize prevention, mental health, and system-level impact. Teaching and mentoring students are of primary importance, and faculty salaries are competitive.

Candidates should be licensed/certified school psychologists, and hold a doctoral degree in school psychology; Licensed (or license-eligible) Psychologists are a plus. The ideal candidate has a professional affiliation with the field of school psychology, and has relevant school-based field experience as well as demonstrated skill in higher education teaching. Teaching responsibilities will be focused around clinical seminars at the MA/CAGS level, and may include other courses depending on candidate interest and course availability. Additional responsibilities will include providing administrative oversight for Year 1 Primary Project, conducting site visits, and advising students.

Please send cover letter and CV to Michelle Costa, Human Resource Coordinator, at  Applications will be reviewed when submitted, and considered until the position is filled. 



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