John Jay College of Criminal Justice
|New York, NY|
| The Psychology Department is interested in recruiting two psychologists who are committed to pursuing research and teaching at the highest professional level and who are well-grounded in the science and practice of psychology. Successful candidates should be committed to high quality teaching and mentoring of students in our BA, MA and Ph.D. programs. We are committed to diversity and are interested in scholars whose work focuses on ethnic minority or under-served populations.
Assistant Professor Clinical: We are seeking a candidate with expertise and a research agenda in clinical forensic psychology broadly defined. The candidate must be able to teach courses in psychology and the law, psychology of criminal behavior in the undergraduate curriculum and assessment in our Forensic Psychology MA and Clinical Psychology Ph.D. programs. A Ph.D. (or Psy.D.) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology is required. Preference will be given to research-practitioner or clinical-scientist candidates, those with a publication record and demonstrated promise for productivity in research and scholarship and clinical experience in forensic psychology.
Assistant Professor Developmental: Successful candidates will be expected to bring enthusiasm and demonstrate commitment to teaching, to develop and maintain an active and successful research and publication agenda in psychology and law and to provide strong mentoring of students in research activities A Ph.D. in Psychology with particular expertise in cognitive psychology, an active research agenda and demonstrated scholarly work focused on Developmental Psychology and the law.
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|Ad has been online since December 1, 2013|