This faculty position will teach graduate courses in school psychology, with the possibility of being Coordinator of School Psychology Program and Chair of School Psychology Program Core Faculty.
Responsibilities include managing the school psychology program to maintain accreditation standards with NASP and the state, teaching graduate courses in the field of school psychology, providing academic advisement support to students in the program, participate in committees, maintaining an active research agenda as documented through publications and presentations, sitting on dissertation committees, and other duties as assigned to the position.
-Earned doctorate in School Psychology, Educational Psychology or related field
-State or national (NCSP) certification as a school psychologist
-Minimum 3-years working in the field as a school psychologist
-Evidence of scholarship through research publications and presentations
-Advanced skills in verbal and written English
-Detailed oriented and organized with good analytical skills.
Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.