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Full-Time Faculty in Applied Behavior Analysis

Company:
National Louis University
Job Location:
Chicago, Illinois
Category:
Psychology
National Louis University (NLU) located in Chicago, IL seeks an Applied Behavior Analysis full-time faculty member to join its rapidly-expanding College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. 

This is a ten-month, full-time, professional practice (non-tenure-track) faculty position with assigned professional responsibilities for teaching, scholarship, and service. We are looking for a collaborative, dedicated, student-centered colleague who will help serve our students in the following ways:
Principal Duties:
    • Teach graduate level courses in Basic and Applied Behavior Analysis, delivered on campus, with additional weekly on-line modules
    • Contribute to curriculum design and course revision based on student performance and new developments in research and practice
    • Advise and supervise student thesis research
    • Engage in our mentorship program, which includes preparing students to maintain academic success, pass the BCBA exam, and achieve their professional goals
    • Contribute to curricular and programmatic assessment to promote continuous improvement of student outcomes
    • Assist with, or initiate, the development of additional programmatic opportunities 
    • Promote socially significant changes through teaching, scholarship, and service
    • Engage with campus community through committee membership, regular faculty and staff meetings, etc.
About NLU

Founded in 1886, National Louis University is a private not-for-profit university offering programs through the doctoral level. NLU looks to honor its past while defining a bold new future as a contemporary, comprehensive urban university that prepares diverse students for sustained professional success with a deep commitment to Access, Excellence, Innovation and Equity. 

NLU is located on Michigan Ave in downtown Chicago, directly across the street from the Art Institute of Chicago. In addition, the University has two suburban Chicago locations (Wheeling & Lisle).

Qualifications and Skills:
  • Doctoral degree (PhD, PsyD, EdD) in Applied Behavior Analysis or closely related field and completion of a behavior analytic thesis or dissertation; ABD may be considered
  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst- Doctoral (BCBA-D)
  • Prior experience teaching graduate behavior analysis courses
  • Experience advising graduate-level student research
  • Experience in the professional practice of behavior analysis, especially from diverse practice backgrounds
  • Experience in providing supervision and training in accordance with BACB Field Experience Requirements
  • Experience in using technology in teaching and assessment
  • Record of engagement in professional organizations/associations
  • Professionalism in, and demonstrated commitment to, working with diverse populations
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