|Working Title||Adjunct Faculty - Psychology|
|Hiring Unit||College of Arts and Sciences|
Tri-Cities Academic Affairs
|Summary of Duties||
Washington State University Tri-Cities is seeking a pool of qualified individuals to be considered for part-time (adjunct) teaching assignments in Psychology. Current anticipated needs are for experienced instructors in Introductory Psychology, Research Methods and Statistics, as well as in the focus areas of Neuroscience/Cognition, Social/Motivational, and Clinical/Counseling.
Visit WSU Tri-Cities Psychology to learn more about the department.
Positions are filled on an as needed semester by semester bases with a semester salary of $1,235.51 per credit. As staffing needs arise, WSU Tri-Cities will review the part-time faculty pools and contact applicants for interviews. Screening date begins on October 16, 2019.
The semester schedule for the academic year is as follows:
Spring 2020: January 1-May 15
View the class schedule for information regarding credit hours and course details.
|Anticipated Start Date||01/01/2020|
|Position Term in Months||Spring/Fall Semester|
• Master’s Degree and/or PhD in Psychology
• Successful teaching experience at the college level
• Experience working with a diverse population of students
|Type of Recruitment||Open Recruitment|
|Posting Open Date||11/08/2019|
|Screening Begin Date||11/15/2019|
|Posting Close Date||05/15/2020|
|Open Until Filled (overrides close field)||No|
|Special Instructions to Applicants||
Applicants must attach the following documents to their online application:
Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets all the required qualifications. Adjunct faculty positions are temporary with no guarantee of continued employment beyond a semester appointment.
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