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Candidates with particular interest and expertise in the areas of industrial and organizational psychology are desired. Applicants must have a doctorate degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology ideally from an APA-accredited program, demonstrate a strong record of graduate level teaching and online expertise, familiarity with the scholar-practitioner training model, and evidence of proficiency in scholarship and other professional activities. It is preferred that faculty have an Illinois license or be license-eligible. The positions require excellent communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to collaborate effectively with students, faculty, and professional staff. A particular commitment of the School, rooted in Adler's emphasis on social interest, is training psychologists to work with marginalized and underserved populations and who are committed to social justice. Demonstrated commitment to socially responsible practice, social justice issues and diversity in the workplace is highly desirable.
Position duties include:
•Teaching online graduate students
•Providing service to the Adler School and greater professional community
•Participation in committees
•Chairing capstone examinations
•Effectively advising/mentoring students
•Assisting in building business practicum sites
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