The Department of Psychology in Colorado State University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (I/O) to begin August 16, 2023. This position is at the rank of Assistant Professor. The successful candidate is expected to show a commitment to excellence in both research and teaching. Priority will be given to candidates with research expertise in occupational health psychology (OHP) including, but not limited to, occupational safety, worker well-being, mental health in the workplace, occupational stress, workplace mistreatment, sleep and fatigue, work/family interface, occupational health interventions and treatment, worksite wellness, health promotion. Although the specific research focus is open, a primary research program that examines occupational health of workers who are at high risk for injury, illness, work-related stress, burnout, or poor mental health in the I/O or OHP work literature is a priority. The successful candidate will also demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain a highly productive research program and the ability to generate external funding. In addition, they must provide evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring and to be able to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in occupational health psychology and I/O psychology within the Department of Psychology. The successful candidate will be expected to mentor and train graduate students in the I/O Psychology doctoral program.
About Colorado State University, Psychology Department
The Department of Psychology resides in CSU’s College of Natural Sciences, along with seven other departments: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics. The Psychology Department serves approximately 1400 undergraduate majors and 100 graduate students, with roughly 30 full-time tenure-line faculty members distributed across five doctoral programs: (1) Applied Social and Health Psychology, (2) Cognitive Neuroscience, (3) Cognitive Psychology, (4) Counseling Psychology, and (5) Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 5 full-time teaching faculty, and an outstanding team of academic support coordinators who provide advising for undergraduate psychology students and administrative staff. The Department houses several service centers including the Psychological Services Center, supporting graduate training objectives in counseling psychology while serving the CSU population’s mental health needs; the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research that concentrates on social problems that affect rural areas; the Center for Meaning and Purpose, which focuses on acquiring, creating, and disseminating knowledge about enabling meaning, well-being, and positive health; and the Aging Clinic of the Rockies, which focuses on research, clinical services, and outreach for older adults in the community.
The Department is primarily located in the Behavioral Sciences Building (BSB), a LEED Gold Certified building completed in 2010 and expanded in 2014. The BSB includes modern office space for all full-time faculty and graduate students, meeting and seminar rooms, state-of-the-art classrooms, and numerous lounge and study areas. In total, the Department controls over 100,000 square feet of research, teaching, and office space. More information on the Department can be obtained at: http://psychology.colostate.edu/
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