|Position Title:||Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor of Psychology – Developmental|
|Closing Date||Review of applications will begin immediately, but the position will remain open until filled.|
|Work Schedule:||Full-time, academic year Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor position available September 1, 2017.|
|General Description:||The Department of Psychology at Pacific Lutheran University seeks candidates for a one-year position as visiting assistant professor/instructor with specialty in developmental psychology to teach beginning September 1, 2017.|
|Essential Functions and Responsibilities:||Teach Developmental Psychology each term and Introduction to Psychology.|
|Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:||-Specialty in Developmental Psychology.
-Commitment to effective teaching.
-Actively including undergraduates in research is encouraged.
|Required Qualifications:||PhD must be in hand by September 1, 2017 for appointment at the Visiting Assistant Professor level. ABD is required by September 1, 2017 for appointment at the Instructor level.|
|Special Instructions to Applicants:||Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and teaching philosophy online at http://employment.plu.edu.
For questions or more information, please contact Dr. Wendelyn Shore, Professor of Psychology, at email@example.com.
|Other Information:||Pacific Lutheran University is a comprehensive university with an enrollment of about 3,300 students, including international students from two dozen countries. Located in a scenic region of the Pacific Rim, the university’s campus is 40 miles south of Seattle in suburban Tacoma, Washington. PLU’s academic program is an integration of the liberal arts and professional programs, and the university’s mission to educate students for lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership, and care. The university is committed to exploring, affirming, and enriching dignity and diversity in the campus community and endorses the goals of equal opportunity and affirmative action. PLU actively seeks applications from women and persons of color.|