Assistant Professor, Psychology


To Apply
Send resume/CV, cover letter, and reference list to:
person Laura Custer, Director of Human Resources
phone 859-344-3314
place Thomas More University, 333 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017


Assistant Professor, Psychology

Position/Rank:  Thomas More University seeks a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor with a specialization in clinical or counseling psychology beginning August 2023. Primary responsibilities are teaching 12 hours per semester in psychology. General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Clinical & Counseling Psychology, Theories of Personality and Principles of Psychological Testing expected, along with the possibility of teaching a course in the candidate’s specialization area, or in the areas of Advanced Abnormal & Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Personal Growth, or Child Psychology. While the ability to offer online courses is valued, most courses will be in-person. Other responsibilities include advising, committee assignments, supervision of student research and/or internships, and student recruitment. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Qualifications:  Terminal degree in Psychology preferred. Successful experience in undergraduate teaching preferred.

Appointment Start Date:  August 2023

Application Deadline:  Application review will begin as applications are received and will continue until position is filled.

Application Process:  Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research interests, and graduate transcripts to:

Laura Custer, Director of Human Resources,, Thomas More University, 333 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017. EOE

Diversity Statement 

Thomas More University aspires to be a community that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for all. Driven by the University’s mission, we challenge every member of our community to understand and act in ways that demonstrate their responsibility to others. 


To these ends, Thomas More University strives to: 

  • Create a campus community that is diverse and welcoming to all individuals.
  • Educate our students through an intellectual exchange that requires the presence and voices of diverse faculty, scholars, and students.
  • Develop curricular and co-curricular programs with a wide range of cultural and intellectual activities that prepare our students and graduates to engage in the diversity of the local, regional, national, and international community.
  • Provide resources for projects and initiatives to support faculty, administration, staff, students, and alumni that further our institutional commitment to diversity.
  • Encourage intentional interactions among members of our community that are aligned with the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and Catholic Social Teaching.
  • Hold all community members responsible for respecting the dignity of others by upholding our Saints Community Standards that value individual worth, responsibility, self-control, and personal integrity.
  • Ensure a hospitable environment in which all individuals are safe from discrimination, intolerance, and hatred.



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