UMBC MPS I/O Psychology Program
Location: Rockville, MD
About the Job
We are seeking in instructor for the course, Introduction to Data Analytic Procedures in I/O Psychology (PSYC 672) for Fall 2016 (starting August 31st). This course gives students the background and the basic understanding of statistical theory and techniques required in the field of Industrial/Organizational psychology. The course provides an overview of descriptive and inferential statistics, with emphasis on statistical techniques used in the practice of I/O Psychology, including analysis of variance and multiple regression. Students are also introduced to the advanced topics of analysis of covariance, factor analysis, reliability analysis, discriminant analysis, and path analysis.
- Doctorate or Master’s degree in I/O Psychology or a relevant field, e.g., psychometrics, statistics, educational measurement, be from a regionally accredited institution.
- Course needs to be presented in the context of I/O Psychology.
- Minimum 10 years of experience in workplace consulting, organization staff, or contracting settings.
- Face-to-face classroom teaching experience with adult students.
- Experience in the use of SPSS.
Other course openings will be filled on an as-needed basis. Courses are listed and described on the Program’s web site: www.umbc.edu/io
How to Apply
To apply, send your Resume/CV and names of two teaching references and contact data to:
Dr. Ted Rosen, Program Director