Psychology and Family Studies Program Chair
The chair of the Psychology and Family Studies program oversees the administration of the
program, advises students majoring in the program, and carries a full teaching load. These
responsibilities are further outlined below.
Teaching and Advising
- The program chair position is a full-time, 9-month appointment, and the chair is expected to carry
a teaching load of 12-15 credit hours per semester.
- The program chair oversees the academic advising of students majoring in Psychology and Family
Studies. Advisors provide assistance and counsel with educational planning, career choices,
personal and spiritual issues. Advisors work with the Registrar and faculty to implement
interventions for those students with academic concerns.
- The program chair participates in full faculty meetings.
- The program chair oversees program review, which entails an extensive program self-study every
five years. (A full program review was last completed in 2019-20.)
- The program chair participates in departmental meetings, working alongside other departmental
faculty and with the online Psychology program chair.
- MS in Marriage and Family Therapy (Clinical) or MA in Clinical Psychology
- The ability to integrate psychology and Christianity
- Organizational skills to promote collaboration and teamwork with the Psychology Department
- Knowledge of technology common to teaching in higher education
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills
- Collegial attitude with the ability to effectively lead teams
- Highest levels of integrity and confidentiality
- A commitment to the overall mission of Barclay College
- Ph.D. in Psychology or related field
- Higher education teaching experience
- Clinical experience
- Depending on experience
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume/CV to:
VP for Academic Services
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