Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology
Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology


About this job: Professor, Tenure Track, CHILD/DEVELOPMENTAL

University of Minnesota - Institute of Child Development -   See this job on our site

Job is in: Minneapolis, MN US

Contact: Amy Simpson
Phone: 612-626-7880

Post Date: October 31, 2022
Job Starts: August 28, 2023
Application Deadline: January 20, 2023

The Institute of Child Development in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Minnesota seeks an associate or full professor for a full-time, tenured position in developmental psychopathology. We welcome applications from individuals conducting research in any area of developmental psychopathology, including but not limited to: prevention/intervention sciences; health and opportunity disparities; risk and trauma; family, community, and global contexts; culture and psychopathology; stress and adaptation; mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders; and resilience and positive youth development. Our department values a wide range of methods and approaches, including epidemiologic, genetic, epigenetic, neurobiological, sociocultural, translational, computational, qualitative or mixed methods, big-data, and community engaged research. Similarly, skills in advanced developmental research methods and/or statistical expertise are of interest. All applicants are expected to have a strong record of scientific publication and external research funding, as well as teaching and mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students in developmental psychopathology and/or developmental psychology. A clear developmental orientation to research and teaching is required. ICD is committed to anti-racism, including building and supporting a culturally diverse faculty. We strongly encourage applications from minority candidates and other under-represented groups. The anticipated starting date for this appointment is August 2023 and the salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Key Responsibilities: - Establish and/or maintain a strong and internationally recognized record of scholarship in the domain of Developmental Psychopathology. - Pursue external funding opportunities to support one’s scholarly inquiry. - Contribute to undergraduate and graduate education through teaching, advising Ph.D. students, mentoring undergraduate students in research, and participating in curriculum and program development in the department. - Provide service on committees in the Department, College, and the University as well as engagement or service within professional organizations. Qualifications Required: - An earned doctorate (or its equivalent) in developmental psychology, clinical psychology, or a closely related field. - Evidence of strong scholarship and national or international reputation in the form of publications in peer-reviewed journals, and grant funding for research, commensurate with level of experience. - Evidence of excellence in classroom teaching and student advising, as well as a commitment to mentoring students with diverse backgrounds and lived experiences. Preferred: -Training and internship in clinical psychology, or a foundation of applied research with clinical or at-risk populations. - Record of success in securing external funding, commensurate with level of experience and the requirements of one’s research program. - Evidence of successful teaching and academic program development at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels, commensurate with level of experience. - Proven record in advising undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students, commensurate with level of experience. - Evidence of community engagement/service activities suitable to a tenure-track position at a major land-grant University, commensurate with level of experience. - Commitment to working with diverse and underrepresented families and communities. How to Apply Applications must be submitted online: Attach the following documents as PDFs: 1) cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae, and 3) statements of research and teaching interests and experiences. Application Deadline: Applications will be reviewed as received, but for best consideration, please apply by January 20, 2023.