Company Name:

Minot State University

Location:

Minot, North Dakota

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Assistant Professor

Work Setting:

University/4-Year College

Position Type:

Full Time

Posted

October 17, 2018

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Tenure-Track Addiction Studies/Psychology Position at the Assistant Professor Level

Psychology/Addiction Studies – Tenure Track Full-Time, Benefitted Position Number: 12723 (Internal/External) 


Position Summary

The Department of Addiction Studies, Psychology, and Social Work at Minot State University invites applications for a tenure-track Addiction Studies/Psychology position at the assistant professor level. The position requires expertise in behavioral neuroscience and psychopharmacology. The position will teach courses required for our addiction studies and psychology programs such as Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychopharmacology, and Dynamics of Addiction.


Position Responsibilities

The Department of Addiction Studies, Psychology, and Social Work faculty position will provide didactic teaching in the undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies Program and Bachelor of Arts Psychology Program in a traditional face-to-face environment and/or online environment. The teaching load for this position is 12 credits per semester. The person will advise students, serve on department and university committees, and make scholarly contributions to their discipline. Participation in curriculum development and program evaluation within the department is expected. Additional opportunities for teaching are possible.


Minimum Qualifications

This is a tenure-track position with a nine-month contract. The successful candidate must have an earned PhD in psychology, behavioral neuroscience, or a closely related field.


Preferred Qualifications

Preference will be given for those who have expertise in psychopharmacology related to addiction, have demonstrated excellence in teaching undergraduate courses, and commitment to undergraduate research.


Compensation

Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Comprehensive fringe benefit package including employer paid full family coverage for health insurance, TIAA-CREFF retirement plan, and tuition waiver benefits. Explore MSU Benefits.


Application Documents

Cover letter, list of names and contact information for three references familiar with your teaching and/or research, Statement of Teaching Philosophy, and Statement of Research Philosophy and Interests.


Additional Information

Review of applications will begin on January 7, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Click here to apply. For more information, or for accommodations contact: hr@minotstateu.edu. For ND Relay Services: Click here.
If you have questions about the position, programs, or Minot State University, please contact:

Vicki Michels, PhD Chair, Department of Addiction Studies, Psychology, and Social Work

Vicki.Michels@minotstateu.edu


The state of North Dakota has an open records law; therefore, your application could be subject to review upon request. According to NDCC 15-10-13.2, all faculty members are required to take an oath (or affirm) to support the constitutions of the United States and North Dakota.


MSU is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position is subject to North Dakota Veteran's Preference. Employment with Minot State University is conditional upon a satisfactory criminal history background check

Company Name:

Minot State University

Location:

Minot, North Dakota

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Assistant Professor

Work Setting:

University/4-Year College

Position Type:

Full Time

Posted

October 17, 2018

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