The Evergreen State College seeks three psychologists with broad training to join our regular faculty* and help build our new path of study in Psychology. The candidates will be able to teach undergraduate students and to prepare them for graduate study, in support of a Washington State priority to address community mental health needs. All candidates should be able to teach introductory psychology, research methods, and statistics. In particular, we seek a Developmental Psychologist with ability to teach lifespan human development, quantitative and qualitative research methods, or other areas of psychology at the undergraduate level. We also seek a Clinical/Counseling Psychologist, with an ability to teach multicultural counseling, the history and systems of psychology, clinical and counseling theories, personality theories, abnormal psychology, and research methods. The third position is open and could include a range of specializations, such as integrative health, any area of experimental psychology, or community psychology. We welcome applicants whose work is interdisciplinary, spans the above qualifications, and connects theory to practice in ways that promote community mental health.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with colleagues to build an innovative, interdisciplinary path of study in Psychology. Candidates must have an interest in team teaching at the intersection of multiple disciplines. For all positions, a background in diversity, equity, and multiculturalism is required. Direct experience working with communities of color, LGBTQ communities, immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, or other underserved populations is highly desirable.
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*Regular is the equivalent to tenure-track at other colleges. A complete description of the continuing contract and conversion process can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, article 11 (https://www.evergreen.edu/sites/default/files/TESC-UFEAgreement18-21.pdf)