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Professor of Psychology
Providence University College invites applications for a full-time, continuing contract track faculty position in Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, 2014. The application period will close February 28, 2014. In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
The successful candidate will have an earned Ph.D. in Psychology with a non-clinical emphasis from an accredited university (enrolment in a PhD program may also be acceptable), some teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and demonstrated potential for research, writing, and publication. He or she will be able to teach Introduction to Psychology as well as mid and upper level courses in some of the following areas and others: personality psychology, physiological psychology, motivation and emotion, psychology of learning, psychology of memory, cognitive psychology, educational psychology, sensation and perception, research methods and statistics.
Providence University College is a Christ-centered University College in the evangelical tradition whose mission is to educate students at a university level to think, live, and serve effectively in the church and society. The successful candidate will demonstrate an active commitment to integrating Christian faith with learning, will be fully supportive of Providence’s mission and philosophy of education, and will subscribe without reservation to the Covenant of Community Life and the Covenant of Faith. Further information may be found at the Providence University College website.
Applications should be submitted to:
Dennis Hiebert, PhD
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For general inquiries please contact:
For Providence University College: Cameron McKenzie, University College Dean
For Providence Seminary: Stan Hamm, Seminary Dean
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