Associate/Full Professor (Tenured/Tenure Track)
The Department of Applied Psychology at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University, New Brunswick is seeking an outstanding candidate for a tenured or tenure track, associate/full professor position specializing in research in the field of organizational psychology. The successful candidate should have at least five years of teaching experience and mentoring students, published research in organizational psychology, industry connections and partnerships, and an excellent history of developing and maintaining an extramurally funded research program.
The new faculty member will be expected to teach graduate level courses in organizational psychology and contribute to student training at the masters and doctoral levels. This faculty member will work with the Department Leadership to develop and grow the Organizational Psychology Psy.D. program as well as other relevant programs.
Candidates will have been trained as a scientist-practitioner who will be expected to develop and maintain an active, extramurally funded research program. The faculty member will work effectively with a team of highly dedicated faculty members within the Department, GSAPP, Rutgers University, and the broader scientific and professional community. Salary, start-up, and other considerations are consistent with Rutgers’ commitment to attract exceptional individuals. The ideal candidate will be available to start January 1, 2024 or sooner. Application review will begin June 1, 2023 and will continue until the successful candidate is hired.
Rutgers University-New Brunswick is designated an R1: Doctoral University by the Carnegie Foundation and a member of the Association of American Universities. It is located close to major metropolitan areas (e.g., New York City, Philadelphia). GSAPP places a high degree of emphasis on fostering and encouraging a diverse community of faculty and students and on supporting research and practice that benefits diverse and under-served communities. Applicants who can contribute to this valued direction are particularly encouraged to apply.
Minimum Education and Experience
The successful candidate is expected to:
• Have a doctorate in organizational psychology or a related area
• Have publications in organizational psychology
• At least five years of teaching at an undergraduate and graduate level
• At least five years of mentoring students
• Excellent organizational and leadership skills
• History of obtaining extramural funding to support their research
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Organizational psychologist with a successful history of research, teaching, and mentoring of students
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Ability to be flexible and working in an environment of expansion and change
• Candidates will be expected to develop and maintain an active, extramurally funded research program.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to
· Work with the Department Leadership to develop and grow organizational psychology programs.
· Secure and implement funding for research and programs focused on organizational psychology.
· Develop and/or maintain connections with industry partners.
· Serve as faculty advisor/mentor to students, coordinate and evaluate academic advising of students.
· Teach organizational psychology courses.