Professor of Psychology

SCAD Savannah seeks a full-time professor of psychology to shape the intellectual foundation and critical thinking of undergraduate students across disciplines. From advertising to creative business leadership, sequential art to performing arts, user experience, and beyond, psychology plays an essential role in the School of Liberal Arts and SCAD Core, the university’s general education curriculum.

In this role, you will join one of the most academically diverse general education programs at any art and design university to further advance SCAD students’ ability to investigate, defend, and advance ideas.

As part of the innovative SCAD liberal arts faculty, the ideal candidate will have university-level teaching experience and an enthusiasm for working with a diverse population of students at a leading arts university. The ability to prepare the next generation of creative professionals majoring in film and television, themed entertainment design, visual effects, writing, and more with real-world knowledge and skill is essential. Knowledge in design and teaching research methods is preferred.

This is your chance to work with remarkable students in a vibrant and entrepreneurial workplace woven throughout the historic district of Savannah, Ga., a walkable, bikeable coastal city that provides a living laboratory for the study of art and design. The city of Savannah’s inviting climate and culturally rich downtown provide SCAD with a dynamically layered learning environment in which students, faculty, and staff flourish.

- Ph.D. in psychology
- University level teaching experience

Minimum Qualifications:

- Terminal degree in related discipline.
- Teaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.
- Experience or knowledge of related industries.
- Ability to be credentialed through SACS guidelines or justified to teach.

Work Hours:As noted in the Employment Agreement.

ADA Tag: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.