Part Time, Temporary Faculty Position – One Semester spring 2021
Goddard College is seeking a Doctoral‐level psychologist to mentor adult, graduate learners in a low‐residency model for the Master of Arts in Psychology & Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs. Each student’s program of study is self-directed, and the faculty member’s role includes mentoring/teaching in a one-on-one, directed, independent-study relationship. We seek a clinician who is a generalist in their approach to the field.
Successful candidates will engage in a Virtual Residency for the spring 2021 (Feb 19 – 26). Applicants who have expertise and experience in a combination of two or more of the following, are preferred: Undergraduate Psychology Education; issues of adult learners; issues of social justice; work in sexual orientation and gender identity concentration; statistics; on-line learning; Spiritual Care and Counseling and Human and Animal Interaction Psychology.
An appropriate doctoral degree; teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels; and participation in on-campus residencies; and subsequent supervision of, and extensive exchange with, students of diverse learning styles. Additionally, a culturally competent teaching approach with experience and commitment to student-centered, and progressive education, is important.
Per CBA Compensation Schedule ($999.00 per student + residency stipend). Workload and compensation will vary depending on student enrollment.
Please apply on the ADP Portal and include a Letter of Interest and CV. Position open until filled. To apply: Click Here
Goddard College is committed to creating a college representative of a diverse global community. To that end, we are actively seeking applications from qualified candidates from groups currently underrepresented in our institution for this position. The institution is an equal opportunity employer, and provider.