Florida Institute of Technology’s School of Behavior Analysis is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position (open rank), with a specialty in the experimental analysis of behavior (EAB) or translational research, based at our main campus to start in Fall 2019.
Florida Tech is a Tier 1 National university, as listed by US News and World Report. Our School of Behavior Analysis degree programs either are already accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis or, if newer than five years, are designed to meet ABAI accreditation requirements. We offer MS degrees in ABA and OBM, and a PhD degree in behavior analysis at our main campus. We offer an MS degree in ABA at our Florida Tech Orlando Graduate Center. Our new hybrid MA program in professional behavior analysis is offered at various off-campus locations. Our main campus is located on the east coast of Florida, just south of the Kennedy Space Center and 60 miles east of Orlando.
Check the Florida Tech website, www.fit.edu, and the Behavior Analysis program website, http://cpla.fit.edu/aba/, for more information about the university, the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts, and the Behavior Analysis Programs.
Requirements for all our faculty positions:
A Ph.D. in behavior analysis or a doctorate in psychology or education with an emphasis in behavior analysis, evidence of research productivity, and teaching experience. BCBA or BCBA-D certification preferred, but not required.
As the required area of expertise is the experimental analysis of behavior / translational research, broadly construed, the preferred candidate will have completed formal coursework in EAB and conceptual analysis/philosophical underpinnings of behavior analysis. We are recruiting candidates with strong teaching and research skills, and a record of peer-reviewed publications. The successful candidate should develop a productive research program in her/his area. S/he will supervise student research (e.g., theses, dissertations, and other projects), supervise practicum (if certified), teach one to three courses per academic year, and advise/mentor students.
In your application letter, please include a brief statement of research and teaching interests. Email letter of application, vita, and names and contact information for three references to:
David A. Wilder, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Professor and Chair, Campus-Based Behavior Analysis Programs
Florida Institute of Technology
School of Behavior Analysis
150 West University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901-6975
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
- Official transcripts of all collegiate work must be sent directly from the attended institution to the Human Resources Office prior to the first day of employment. All international degrees must have a course-by-course official evaluation and translation sent to the Human Resources Office directly from an evaluation company affiliated with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES). *Required certification or license must be uploaded when submitting application for employment.