Assistant Professor (Quantitative Psychology) - Multiple Positions
Company: Georgia Institute ofTechnology
Posted on: September 22, 2017
FOUR POSITIONS AT GEORGIA TECH. The School of
Psychology in the College of Sciences at the Georgia Institute of
Technology announces four searches: two tenure track and two
non-tenure track. All candidates are expected to hold a Ph.D.
degree in Psychology or a related field at the time of employment.
The successful candidates will demonstrate teaching effectiveness
and mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates
for the positions with a research component should have a strong
record of top-tier publications and research funding commensurate
with their time in rank.
The School of Psychology, located within Georgia Tech's College of
Sciences, provides an excellent environment for teaching and
innovative research. Our school comprises faculty and graduate
students who work in Industrial-Organizational/Work Psychology,
Quantitative Psychology, Engineering Psychology, Cognitive &
Brain Sciences, and the Psychology of Aging. The School has
exceptional research facilities, strongly supports collaborative
research, and enjoys productive associations with other colleges
and universities in the area and the Atlanta community. We have the
philosophy of providing faculty with what they need to succeed,
including competitive salaries, impressive start up packages,
bright graduate and undergraduate students, and the necessary
administrative support and freedom. Georgia Tech is situated on an
attractive campus in the heart of Atlanta, a large, vibrant,
verdant city having great economic and cultural strengths.
Additional information about our School can be found at .
Tenure track position in Quantitative Psychology.
We are looking for an Assistant Professor in quantitative
psychology who has an emphasis on advanced statistical modeling.
Exceptional candidates at higher ranks will also be considered.
Strongest consideration will be given to candidates with expertise
in models for intensive within-subject data analysis relevant to
addressing questions about behavior in multilevel systems,
including dynamical systems modeling, structural equation models
for longitudinal and time series data, fMRI data analysis for
assessing functional network connectivity, and/or generalized
multi-level models, but applications from candidates with interests
in other areas of quantitative psychology are also welcome. Given
existing expertise and research programs in the School of
Psychology, candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate
with scientists (or have access to data) addressing substantive
research questions in cognitive and brain systems, work psychology,
applied cognitive psychology, or life-span development. Applicants
should be willing and able to teach graduate courses in advanced
statistical methods, such as a seminar in multilevel regression
Applications have the best opportunity for consideration if
received by October 31, 2017, but applications will be accepted
until the position is filled. A cover letter, curriculum vitae,
statements of research and teaching interests, representative
p/reprints, and 3 letters of recommendation should be sent through
the online portal at:
Submission of recent teaching evaluations is also encouraged if
available. Confidential inquiries can be sent to James Roberts
Tenure track position in Work and Organizational Psychology (I/O).
We are looking for a tenure track/tenured faculty member at the
Assistant or Associate Professor level in the Work and
Organizational Psychology program, beginning August 2018. The
position is part of a major initiative to enhance existing
strengths in the psychology of work and organizational science and
continues our successful hiring in this area. Although the specific
area of research is open, preference will be given to applicants
whose research reflects the interdisciplinary nature of
psychological science and who can forge fruitful collaborations
with faculty in other strong areas in the School (see above).
Successful candidates will also have the opportunity to participate
in the School's multidisciplinary Work Science Center.
Applicants will have the best opportunity for consideration if all
materials are received by October 2, 2017, although applications
will be accepted until the position is filled. A cover letter,
curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests,
representative p/reprints, and 3 letters of recommendation should
be sent through the online portal at:
Submission of recent teaching evaluations is also encouraged if
available. Confidential inquiries may be made to Prof. Ruth Kanfer
Two non-tenure track Lecturer positions. The School of Psychology
at the Georgia Institute of Technology plans to hire two lecturers
beginning January 2, 2018 and continuing through May 15, 2019,
including Summer 2018. Successful candidates will have a Ph.D. in
Psychology at the time of employment and will have excellent
teaching skills; one of the positions will favor applicants with a
graduate specialization in I/O or social/personality psychology.
Both positions will require extensive teaching at the undergraduate
level. One of the positions will also require teaching at the
graduate level in service of our Industrial-Organizational and
Quantitative programs. We also expect that the I/O-lecturer will
contribute to the newly formed Work Science Center. . We are
especially interested in covering graduate courses in Hierarchical
Linear Modeling, Social Psychology, Personality, and I/O specialty
courses (e.g., Employee selection, Training, etc). At the
undergraduate level, we are looking for help with our Research
Methods, Statistics, Social Psychology, Intro and varied topics
that will be informed by the choice of candidates. Interested
candidates should send a cover letter, CV, statement of teaching
interests, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation through the
online portal, for the I/O lecturer position, or for the open
Please express in your cover letter whether you would be interested
in the I/O lectureship, the open lectureship, or either. Candidates
for the I/O lectureship should include evidence of research
productivity. Review begins immediately and will close when the
positions are filled.
Questions about technical issues with the application submission
process may be sent to Leslie Dionne White ().
The Georgia Institute of Technology is an equal opportunity
employer and will not discriminate against any employee or
applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national
origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any
classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
Consistent with its obligations under federal law, each company
that is a federal contractor or subcontractor is committed to
taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment,
qualified women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans.
Candidates with skills and knowledge to productively engage with
diverse communities are encouraged to apply. Category: Education , Keywords: Psychology - Assistant Professor
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