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Psychology Faculty - Part-time

Roberts Wesleyan University invites candidates to apply for a part-time (9 month), non-tenure track faculty position beginning July 1, 2023. The psychology program is housed in the School of Natural and Social Sciences on our park-like campus in Rochester New York, providing the program with the advantages of a suburban setting within a vibrant metropolitan area.

Roberts Wesleyan University is a comprehensive, Christian University of the liberal arts, sciences, and professions serving approximately 1800 traditional and nontraditional students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The University is committed to integrating a Christian worldview with learning in order to prepare thoughtful, spiritually mature, service-oriented people who will help transform society. Roberts believes that all people are created in the image of God and therefore values and affirms human diversity and is committed to providing a supportive environment that promotes awareness of, sensitivity to, and appreciation of human diversity. In support of the diversity of thought, Roberts has more than 60 undergraduate programs/majors, including eight different adult-degree completion programs, 14 masters programs, 19 online programs, and two doctoral programs. Our psychology department supports approximately 60 undergraduate majors and additional students who have declared a psychology minor or as part of their cross disciplinary studies. Additionally, we support a masters program in school psychology and a doctoral program in clinical/school psychology. In September, 2020 we launched an on-campus training clinic (Westside Psychological Clinic) that services both our training endeavors while also supporting the surrounding community's need for psychological services.

Required qualifications include a doctoral degree in Clinical or School Psychology and work experience within a school setting is preferred.  Candidates should have a strong commitment toward excellence in teaching and scholarship, a strong desire for teaching and recruiting undergraduate psychology majors, and a strong commitment toward Christian higher education. Previous academic teaching experience preferred with evidence of past experience in teaching in areas of Developmental Psychology, Learning and Behavior, Psychological Assessment, Biological Bases of Behavior, and Gender. A successful candidate will be able to demonstrate cultural competence and show strong commitment to the principles of diversity & equity. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of Christian faith and professional practice and a willingness to support the University’s Christian mission and identity.  Candidates who hold NYS certifications and or professional licensure as a psychologist will be given special consideration.

Teaching responsibilities would include a primary teaching load at the graduate level. Primary teaching load will consist of courses in Legal and Ethical Issues, Group Counseling, and Cognitive Affective Bases of Behavior.   Additional responsibilities include dissertation supervision and possible committee support, advising, and ongoing department collaboration in support of student retention efforts.

Application Process: Applications will be considered until January 1, 2023. Salary and rank are commensurate with education and experience. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a completed Application for RWC Faculty Employment (download at to:

Dr. Jason Taylor
Dean, School of Natural and Social Sciences
Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY  14624-1997

For further information, contact Dean Taylor via e-mail or call 585.594.6486.

Racially or ethnically minoritized candidates are especially encouraged to apply as well as persons from other historically underrepresented groups.


RWC complies with all applicable non-discrimination laws and are committed to the enhancement of human dignity and workplace diversity.