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Assistant professor in I/O psychology at Baruch College, City University of New York


The Department of Psychology in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences at Baruch College of the City University of New York (CUNY) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2013. The ideal candidate will conduct programmatic research related to diversity, cross-cultural, or globalization aspects of organizations and workforces. The specific research area within these broad categories is open. The ideal candidate will also have expertise in research methods, psychometrics, or advanced statistics.

The successful candidate will have earned a doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology, quantitative psychology, or a closely related field by August 2013. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and engage in a productive program of research with the potential for top tier publications and external funding.

The Baruch College Psychology Department houses undergraduate psychology programs, masters programs in mental health counseling and industrial and organizational psychology as well as CUNY’s doctoral program in industrial and organizational psychology. The Department of Psychology has 21 full-time faculty members who represent the traditional areas of psychology (e.g., clinical, cognitive, social). Faculty in industrial and organizational psychology includes Karen Lyness, Harold Goldstein, Yochi Cohen-Charash, Charles Scherbaum, Loren Naidoo, Kristen Shockley, Lise Saari (adjunct), Rob Silzer (adjunct), Hannah Rothstein (management), Joel Lefkowitz (emeritus), and Ed Hollander (emeritus).

Baruch College is ideally situated in the historic Gramercy Park area of Manhattan, offering many professional and personal opportunities and easy access to global resources in the world of business and research as well as New York's world class cultural attractions.

To apply, please send application materials or inquiries to by December 15th, 2012. Applications need to include a curriculum vita, a letter of application (including a statement of educational philosophy, teaching objectives, and research plans), no more than 5 publication reprints (including papers in press or in preparation), three letters of reference, and any other relevant materials.

Baruch College has a strong commitment to diversity and seeks a diverse pool of candidates including women, individuals of color and members of other under-represented groups.