This twelve-month non tenure-track position is offered at the rank of associate clinical professor. The qualified candidate will have a doctorate from an institution accredited in applied behavior analysis or related discipline (e.g., psychology, education, special education, human development) primarily with behavior analysis training and be certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Candidates with broad training in behavior analysis (applied, conceptual, or experimental) and expertise in a specific area of applied behavior analysis as evidenced by publications in refereed journals and presentations at professional conferences and who exhibit a commitment to diversity and equity through their teaching, scholarship, and service are encouraged to apply.
The department and university offer a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary environment. The successful candidate will be responsible to: 1) develop and teach a variety of courses in applied behavioral analysis; 2) develop and coordinate the ABA program; 3) actively serve at the department, school, university, community, state, and national professional levels; and 4) engage with faculty and students in a manner that highlights professionalism and collegiality. Additional information about the university, the Department of Counselor Education and Human Services, and the graduate programs is available at; https://udayton.edu/education/departments_and_programs/edc/index.php; http://diversity.udayton.edu.
Apply online by submitting: a cover letter, CV, statements of research agenda and teaching philosophy, a summary of teaching evaluations, unofficial transcripts of graduate work, and the contact information for three people (who will submit letters of recommendation at a later date) at http://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/27234.
Applications must be received by October 19, 2018. Candidates selected for campus interviews will be expected to demonstrate teaching knowledge and skills and present their current research.
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