To succeed in this role you will need:
- A Ph.D. in Psychology or Sociology with a specialty in health psychology or medical sociology.
- Experience teaching (which can include graduate teaching assistantships) a variety of psychology or sociology courses or at the undergraduate level including courses in psychology, sociology, research methods, health psychology, medical sociology or other topics.
- Promise of assuming an active and sustained research agenda in teaching and learning, and/or the candidate’s area of specialty.
- Experience with interdisciplinary or collaborative research and an existing record of published scholarship in psychology or sociology or other related discipline.
- Demonstrated support for diversity and inclusion; the ability to incorporate diversity, cultural competency or social justice into teaching, research or service is desired. Willingness to teach in an ability-based education model using active, student-centered learning is desired.
- Participation in professional and scholarly societies and develop working relationships with public and private funding agencies. Keep an active research and scholarly agenda striving toward a national and international reputation.
- Strong interpersonal skills coupled with outstanding communication skills and the ability to work harmoniously with a team committed to excellence.
- Willingness to support and participate in programmatic assessment.
The full job announcement can be found here.