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Simmons University
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Min Experience
2-5 Years
Min Education
Doctorate Degree
Required Travel
None
Job Function
Professor

Description

The Department of Behavior Analysis in the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Science (CNBHS) invites applications for a non-tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor of Practice or a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor within the Online Master’s degree program in Behavior Analysis.  The position will be filled for a 7/1/24 start (negotiable).

Simmons University’s Masters in Behavior Analysis and Doctorate in Behavior Analysis programs prepare students for leadership roles in the implementation, evaluation and administration of applied behavioral analytic principles and methods. Our campus-based Master of Science in Behavior Analysis program is one of the few master’s programs across the world that are accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), and was the first master's program in New England to be accredited by ABAI. Our innovative curriculum emphasizes contemporary research in applied behavior analysis, and students are required to complete experiential learning coursework as part of their degree program. Many of our graduates continue on to supervisory, consultative, and leadership roles in the field post graduation, as well as opening their own clinical practices, specializing in under-represented areas of practice in the field, and/or pursuing further education in a doctoral program. 

Located in Boston’s historic Fenway area, Simmons has a strong tradition of empowering women and of challenging traditional gender roles. Simmons University was one of the first higher education institutions to focus on preparing women to become leaders and has evolved to become a university offering a women-centered undergraduate program, with graduate programs open to all.

The Department of Behavior Analysis is housed in CNBHS, which is a collegial and supportive community of teachers and scholars within a uniquely multidisciplinary College. Simmons faculty and staff are truly committed to our mission of preparing students to become champions of social justice and leaders in their professions and their communities. This commitment and pride make for a dynamic workplace. Simmons University strives for inclusive excellence in all aspects of an individual’s community experience: One of our strategic goals is to become the most inclusive campus in New England. 


Job Summary

We seek innovative educators and scholars with demonstrated excellence in teaching, curriculum development, innovative and contemporary research, and a knowledge of the challenges confronting behavior analysts today. As a University committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, we seek candidates with a demonstrated ability and a commitment to working with individuals across a broad range of social and personal identities and perspectives. This position requires maintaining a teaching course load within the online master’s program, advising students and student research, and contributing to the mission and initiatives of the department and university.  Depending on the candidate's experience and professional goals, we offer several different possibilities for faculty rank and track.


Primary Responsibilities

The faculty member will teach courses in behavior analysis, including didactic and Practicum courses. The faculty member will advise and mentor students and supervise student research projects (i.e., thesis research), as required by the department and course. Faculty must participate in faculty meetings, department initiatives, curriculum development, and actively engage in service to the Simmons community and the department. In addition, tenure-track faculty will be required to conduct and publish scholarly research that adds to the department research portfolio, contributes to the mission of the department and university, and furthers the behavior analytic literature on the selected subject matter(s). Preference is given to scholarship focused on underrepresented areas of behavior analytic research and/or practice.


Qualifications

  • PhD in Behavior Analysis or closely related field required (ABD candidates may be considered);

  • Current Board Certified Behavior Analyst  (BCBA or BCBA-D) in good standing;

  • Minimum of 3 years experience teaching behavior analytic coursework;

  • A record of professional presentations and research publications; 

  • A record of securing external grant funding for research or potential to secure funding (e.g., for innovative research) [Required for tenure-track candidates only]; 

  • A record of supervising student research;

  • Demonstrated ability to work with students across a broad range of social and personal identities and perspectives;

  • Evidence of organizational and problem-solving skills; and

  • Demonstrated commitment to collegiality when interacting with others within the university community.


Application Instructions

Interested candidates should submit the following electronically with their application: (1) a cover letter including key qualifications for the position and relevant interests; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) a statement of teaching philosophy, including a list of courses the candidate can excel in teaching; (4) a statement of research interests [required for tenure-track candidates]; (5) BACB certification number and state licensure information; and (6) the contact information for at least three professional references. Additional supporting materials to document excellence in teaching, such as course evaluations and syllabi of courses taught, are optional and welcomed.

Application review will begin on 4/15/24 and continue until the position is filled; the preferred start date is 7/1/24 (negotiable).

Questions regarding this position may be directed to Gretchen Dittrich, (gretchen.dittrich@simmons.edu), Professor of Practice, Chair of the Behavior Analysis Department and Director of the Master's Program. 


Instructions to Applicants
: Please upload all applicable application materials (e.g. resume/cv, cover letter, writing sample, teaching philosophy, etc.) in the Application Materials box on page 2 ("My Experience") of this application. Documents can be uploaded individually or as a combined document (e.g. PDF).


Simmons University is committed to inclusive excellence in all aspects of an individual’s community experience. As a university committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Simmons encourages applications from all under-represented groups. Simmons is committed to creating, developing, promoting, and enhancing inclusive hiring practices–at all levels, for all positions–ensuring diverse talent pools and the delivery of a consistent positive candidate experience. Simmons is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to continuing to develop a more diverse faculty, staff, student body, and curriculum.



Job ID: 72991149

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