Detailed Job Description
The Department of Psychology seeks applications for a full-time tenure-track position in Developmental Psychology beginning in the Fall of 2012.
Teach 4 courses (12 hours) per semester; the teaching load will consist of such undergraduate courses as developmental research methods, senior thesis, social development, cognitive development, and introductory psychology. Other responsibilities include engaging in scholarly activities related to developmental psychology; advising students; performing departmental, college, and professional service; participating in course and program development; performing other duties as assigned by the chair.
Doctorate in Psychology, Human Development/Family Studies, Educational Psychology, School Psychology or related field no later than June 1, 2012.
Doctorate completed by 12/01/2011. Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching undergraduate psychology courses such as developmental research methods, senior thesis, social development, cognitive development, and introductory psychology. Associated professional experience with recent published research in human development, education, and/or refereed psychology-related journals. Ability to involve students in research. Ph.D. from an AACSB Accredited institution preferred. Applicants with demonstrated experience in the recruitment and/or retention of underserved students, including students of color, preferred. Teaching experience with non-traditional students and ability to use appropriate educational technology. Demonstrated community engagement experience (e.g., outreach to K-12 schools, community partnerships, service learning, community engagement within your course content).
Special Instructions to Applicants
IMPORTANT: In order to be considered as an applicant you MUST apply on-line at www.mscdjobs.com.
We STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you submit all application materials on-line at www.mscdjobs.com following the instructions below.
Screening begins December 1, 2012. Applicants must submit: 1) curriculum vitae;
2) a cover letter addressing qualifications;
3) three recent letters of recommendation from people who know the applicant's expertise and teaching;
4) statement of teaching philosophy;
5) statement of research and/or scholarly activities;
6) copies of up to two recent sample publications;
*Note: Items #4, 5, and 6 should be submitted as one document under the "Other Document" item.
*Official transcripts will be required of finalists.
If you are unable to attach the additional applicant documents please submit them via mail or fax
Dr. Bridget Murphy-Kelsey
Developmental Psychology Search F 188
Department of Psychology
P.O. Box 173362, Campus Box 54
Denver, CO 80217-3362