Assistant Professor in Psychology

Assistant Professor in Psychology

Carroll is a Catholic diocesan college located near the Continental Divide in the beautiful city of Helena.

Carroll is widely recognized as a uniquely engaged residential learning community inspired by faith-based values, and is home to more than 1,400 students from 23 states and 13 countries.  The outstanding faculty, including 13 Fulbright scholars, offers a rich mix of liberal arts and pre-professional academic programming for 40 academic undergraduate majors.


Situated in the west central Montana, and surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and Lewis and Clark National Forest, Helena offers an abundance of distinctive outdoor opportunities. You’ll find more than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area, and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.  As the capital of Montana, Helena offers a rich diversity of opportunities that you simply won’t find anywhere else. Our students have unparalleled access to internships at a wide range of offices, as well as state and federal agencies that are headquartered here.

Montana offers millions of acres of public lands filled with hunting opportunities. No matter what you are in search of - from big game to waterfowl - Montana offers a diversity of habitats and wildlife.

U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks us the #1 Regional College in the West, the #2 Regional Best Value College in the West, and the #1 Regional College in the West for Veterans -our students and faculty excel. 

Carroll College invites applications for a full-time, tenure track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of Psychology position to begin August 2018. We seek a candidate with expertise in Clinical Psychology and/or Developmental Psychology, as well as a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, research and writing. Teaching responsibilities will include courses in Counseling Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Lifespan Development, Adolescent Psychology, and General Psychology with additional courses determined by the candidate’s areas of expertise and the needs of the department.  Preference is given for candidates with teaching and research interests in clinical AND developmental psychology, such as mental health among youth, however, candidates with interests in other areas of psychology may also be considered.  Demonstrated curriculum development and teaching excellence preferred.  An earned doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, or a closely related field by fall 2018 is required. Applicants should submit a 1) letter of interest, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) three letters of recommendation, 4) statement of teaching philosophy, 5) evidence of teaching excellence, 6) research statement which addresses how applicant plans to integrate undergraduate students into research interests 7) sample of scholarly work, and 8) response to Carroll’s mission statement electronically to Position is dependent upon final budget approval and applications received by March 30, 2018 will be given priority consideration.

Carroll Campus
Dates Posted: 
3/2/2018 to 3/30/2018
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