Instructor of Psychology
About Calumet College of St. Joseph:
Calumet College of St. Joseph is a Catholic institution of higher learning dedicated to the academic, spiritual and ethical development of undergraduate and graduate students. Informed by the values of its founding religious community, the Missionaries of the Precious Blood (C.PP.S.), the College promotes the inherent dignity of all people, social justice, an ethic of service, student empowerment, opportunity, and lifelong learning. Located minutes from downtown Chicago and blocks from Lake Michigan, we offer a vibrant, affordable education in a stimulating learning environment. As the first recognized Hispanic-Serving college in Indiana, CCSJ has a tradition of embracing and celebrating diversity. For more information about the university and the department, visit us at https://www.ccsj.edu.
The Psychology Program at Calumet College of St. Joseph strives to respond to the community needs and be progressive in curriculum development in response to the changing nature of the discipline. Our diverse university population places us in the unique position to respond to the current American Psychological Association’s (APA) identified need for Black/African American and Hispanic professionals in the field of psychology.
The position requires teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses, field/clinical experiences; mentoring students; and, providing service to the college, profession, and community. We offer a successful candidate an opportunity to grow and develop professionally. As a smaller program we have the opportunity to provide our students with individualized support as they develop their professional knowledge and skills.
The successful candidate will be required to have a master’s degree or be a doctoral candidate in Psychology or a closely related field. The candidate could be licensed or eligible in a mental health related field, and have excellent oral and written skills. Candidates should have a commitment to diversity equity and inclusion in the profession. In the current learning environment, experience in using digital learning management systems (such as Blackboard) and distance learning and online classroom platforms (such as Zoom) is important. Candidates should have demonstrated experience in working with diverse cultural groups in urban environments and teaching/supervision at the university level and have experience in addressing the needs of first-generation college students is highly desirable. Applicant must have the ability to supervise practicum / internships.
(1) a cover letter stating how your previous experience and qualifications match the position requirements,
(2) a current CV or resume,
(3) two professional letters of reference
(4) unofficial transcripts of your graduate coursework (official transcripts will be required for appointment) via email to: Paula Shreve, Director, Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
For fullest consideration, apply by January 15, 2024.