Assistant Professor of Psychology - Clinical or Counseling
New England University invites applications for two tenure track Assistant
Professor positions to begin Fall 2023: one in Clinical or Counseling
Psychology, and the other OPEN in area of expertise. We are looking for
colleagues committed to teaching undergraduate students and eager to involve
students in their research, whose interests will complement those of the
existing faculty. The ideal candidates will be able to teach core courses in
the department, as well as courses in the candidates’ areas of interest, have
an active research profile, and the desire to advise students and contribute to
the University. Ideal candidates will also have a demonstrated commitment to
diversity, equity and inclusion.
over 200 undergraduate majors and two graduate programs, our department is one
of the largest in the College of Arts and Sciences, and growing. The department
currently consists of 11 full-time, professionally-active faculty members. For
more information, visit the Psychology Department’s website at
https://www1.wne.edu/academics/undergraduate/psychology.cfm. Scholarly activity
is supported through release time, faculty development grants, and professional
of applications will begin November 15, 2022 and will continue until the
position is filled. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, letter of
interest, a statement on teaching philosophy and research interests (including
a brief plan for student involvement in research, and demonstrated commitment
to diversity), student evaluations, copies of transcripts and three letters of
recommendation. While most materials will be submitted electronically by the
applicant, letters of reference should be submitted directly to:
Carlson Outhouse, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair,
of Arts and Sciences
New England University
Candidates are expected to have earned a Ph.D. by the time of appointment. Applicants for the Clinical/Counseling position should have a strong background in empirically supported therapy and be licensed or license-eligible. We encourage applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds and abilities. Terms and conditions of appointment will depend on candidates’ qualifications and experience.
Excellent benefits including tuition remission for employee, spouse, and dependent children.
New England University (WNE)
is a private, nationally ranked, comprehensive institution with a focus on
preparing work-ready and world-ready graduates. Founded in 1919 in Springfield,
Massachusetts as a division of Northeastern College, WNE’s 215-acre suburban
campus serves more than 3,700 students, including over 2,500 full-time
undergraduates. More than 47,000 alumni have earned degrees through its 90+
undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs at Colleges of Arts and
Sciences, Business, Engineering, and Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and School
of Law. Students come from 39 U.S. states and territories and 23 countries. Of
45,104 living alumni, 30% remain within the region, residing in the four
Western Massachusetts counties and northern Connecticut.
WNE is classified among nationally ranked universities in US
News and World Report, and among the Top 100 Undergraduate Engineering
programs, and in the Doctoral/Professional Universities category in the Carnegie
Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
New England University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome candidates whose background may
contribute to the further diversification of our community.
In alignment with the
University’s commitment to health and safety, all Faculty and Staff are
required to be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination.