Graduate level teaching, research mentoring and develop own line of research
Submit an electronic packet including a letter of interest, a current CV, one sample publication and 3 letters of reference directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Specific questions about the position may also be sent to this address.
Start date for both positions is Fall of 2018.
The Assistant Professor position requirements:
Graduate level teaching
Research mentoring and maintaining a productive program of research.
Submit an electronic packet including a letter of interest, a current CV, one sample publication, and three letters of reference directly to email@example.com. Specific questions about the position may also be sent to this address.
Salaries are commensurate with rank and experience. Additional details on these positions can be found at fuller.edu/employment.
Psychology Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research associate position in the Thrive Center for Human Development. The post-holder will hold a leadership position in research for two major research initiatives focused on spiritual, moral, and psychological developmental factors that promote thriving in adolescents. One initiative is researching “Character Strength Interventions in Adolescents: Engaging Scholars and Practitioners to Promote Virtue Development” is a multifaceted project funded by the John Templeton Foundation. The other initiative “Thriving Out of Poverty: A Multi-National Longitudinal Study of the Compassion International Model of Promoting Positive Youth Development among Children Living in Poverty” is a multi-year research project funded by multiple sources including Compassion International and Thrive Foundation for Youth. This 3-year, temporary position begins October 2, 2017 and ends September 30, 2020.
Under the supervision of Dr. Sarah Schnitker and in collaboration with Drs. Pamela King and Benjamin Houltberg the post-doc research association will: conduct research and publish; provide intellectual leadership in executing two grant competitions disbursing $1.27 million in awards; co-edit a Virtue Interventions for Practitioners e-book; travel for conferences and data collection; and other duties as needed.
Qualified applicants will have a doctorate with research experience in a relevant area of psychology (e.g., developmental, personality/social, quantitative). Expertise in advanced quantitative methods/analyses is required; experience with qualitative methods/analyses is desirable.
To apply, candidates should apply online at fuller.edu and submit an electronic packet including the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
A brief statement of your research experience, interests and goals
A copy of your CV
A research based writing sample
Names and contact information for three professional references
The Thrive Center for Human Development is an Academic Research Center within the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. Fuller Seminary is an Evangelical Christian institution whose faculty is committed to living by its Statement of Faith