Pro Tem Instructor/Lecturer – Open Pool

first_imgPro Tem Instructor/Lecturer – Open PoolJob no: 525921Work type: Faculty – Pro TemporeLocation: Eugene, ORCategories: Instruction, PsychologyDepartment: Counseling Psychology & HumanServicesRank: InstructorAnnual Basis: 9 MonthReview of Applications BeginsApplications will be reviewed as needs ariseSpecial Instructions to ApplicantsApplications are completed online and must include:A letter of interest indicating content areas ofexpertiseA current resume/curriculum vitaAll application materials should specifically address how you as anapplicant meet the minimum and preferred qualifications for thisposition.Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Screening ofapplications will take place as positions become available and willcontinue until positions are filled. This pool will remain activeuntil June 30, 2021.Department SummaryThe Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services is oneof four academic departments in the College of Education. It iscomprised of four major programs: Counseling Psychology (CPSY),Couples and Family Therapy (CFT), Family and Human Services (FHS)and Prevention Science (PREV). The department offers degrees fromundergraduate to master’s and doctoral. Programs in CounselingPsychology and Human Services educate and train professionals incounseling psychology, couples and family therapy, and family andhuman services. Our students are trained to effectively andcollaboratively identify, treat, and prevent psychological problemsin children, adolescents, adults, and families. Through educationand training, students gain the skills to interpret and applyscientific information from the behavioral sciences in general, andfrom their discipline in particular, to professional practice.Students learn how to conduct research and contribute to theknowledge base of their disciplines. At the doctoral level,students engage in producing scientific knowledge through researchin collaboration with their faculty mentors. Field placements,practicum placements, and internships at all levels of trainingprovide our students with opportunities to practice in school,community agency, clinical, and research settings under thesupervision of faculty, agency personnel, and collaboratingscholars.Position SummaryThe Counseling Psychology and Human Services department at theUniversity of Oregon is seeking qualified applicants for its openpro tem instructor/lecturer pool. The department anticipates hiringinstructors for undergraduate or lecturers for graduate-levelcourses in the following content areas: academic instruction inprevention science, public policy, group counseling, counselingdiverse populations, career counseling, adult and childpsychopathology and behavior, psychological services for Spanishspeaking populations, research methods in counseling, humandevelopment, psychological assessment, and contemporary issues inaddiction. Courses may be offered in any of the programs within thedepartment.Duties may include course preparation, classroom teaching,preparation and evaluation of student assignments and exams, andscheduled office hours. Some courses meet during evenings orweekends.Positions are limited duration appointments potentially renewablefor up to a total of three years. Appointments may range from oneto three terms per year, including summer.Minimum RequirementsInstructorMaster’s degree in psychology, prevention science, humandevelopment, or related fieldRelevant subject matter expertise (psychology, preventionscience, counseling, human development).Professional experience in one or more of the content areaslisted aboveLecturerPh.D. or other doctorate in psychology, prevention science,human development, or related fieldRelevant subject matter expertise (psychology, preventionscience, counseling, human development)Professional experience in one or more of the content areaslisted aboveProfessional CompetenciesExcellent written and verbal communication skills that willenhance community relations and support graduate studenttrainingCommitment to working effectively with students, faculty, andstaff from diverse backgroundsDemonstrated ability or potential for quality teachingPreferred QualificationsPreferred qualifications for instructors:Ph.D. or other doctorate in psychology, prevention science,human development, or related professionsPreferred qualifications for instructors/lecturers:Previous successful experience with the course(s) and relevantexperience in university-level instructionThe University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefitspackage to eligible employees, including health insurance,retirement plans and paid time off. For more information aboutbenefits, visit The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmativeaction institution committed to cultural diversity and compliancewith the ADA. The University encourages all qualified individualsto apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protectedstatus, including veteran and disability status. The University iscommitted to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants andemployees with disabilities. To request an accommodation inconnection with the application process, please contact us [email protected] or 541-346-5112.UO prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex,national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status,disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity,and gender expression in all programs, activities and employmentpractices as required by Title IX, other applicable laws, andpolicies. Retaliation is prohibited by UO policy. Questions may bereferred to the Title IX Coordinator, Office of Civil RightsCompliance, or to the Office for Civil Rights. Contact information,related policies, and complaint procedures are listed on thestatement ofnon-discrimination.In compliance with federal law, the University of Oregon preparesan annual report on campus security and fire safety programs andservices. The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report isavailable online at To apply, visit jeid-73db4a975d229e45996e33ce0c7c54c2last_img read more