Requisition #: A-108049-3
Status: Full Time
School: Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Department/Program: Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences
Location City: Baltimore
Location State: MD
Location Zip Code: 21218
Closing Date: Open until filled
To apply: apply.interfolio.com/108049
The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University (http://pbs.jhu.edu) seeks to hire two individuals for the rank of full-time Junior Lecturer. The Junior Lecturers will contribute to the department's educational mission by serving as professional teaching assistants (TA) for courses taught by faculty. The Junior Lecturers will not be responsible for developing or teaching courses on their own but instead will provide support to existing courses. Duties will likely include grading, managing online course materials, assisting with course organization, leading smaller course discussion sections, and supporting student learning in office hours. The anticipated course load is eight undergraduate courses during the academic year (four per semester). The courses will include a variety of introductory and upper-level psychology courses with a likely focus on courses in clinical and applied psychology, social and personality psychology, and/or research methods and statistics.
The successful candidates will receive a competitive salary and faculty benefits options including health and retirement plan participation. The preferred start date is Fall 2022.
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While a Master's degree is preferred, we will also consider candidates holding a Bachelor's degree who have exceptionally strong coursework and research experience. Detailed qualifications include:
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Candidates should submit a cover letter that addresses their interest in and qualifications for this position, a current curriculum vitae, unofficial undergraduate and/or graduate transcripts as appropriate, and the names and contact information for at least three references. Teaching evaluations are optional, but not required, for candidates who have previous teaching experience.
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