The Department of Psychology at the University of Houston (UH)anticipates filling an Open-Rank tenure-track position inIndustrial & Organizational Psychology to begin September 1,2021. UH is a Carnegie-Designated Tier One Public ResearchUniversity, has been designated Tier One for Community Engagement,and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution. With one ofthe most diverse student bodies in the nation, UH seeks to recruitand retain a diverse community of scholars. Our I/O group iscommitted to enhancing our group’s research output in top journalswhile also maintaining partnerships with energy industry employers,some of the nation’s largest health care providers, and expandingour long-term partnerships with other sectors.UH is located in the heart of America’s fourth largest city, and isone of the most culturally and ethnically diverse publicuniversities in the nation, with over 45,000 students on the maincampus. The City of Houston serves as the energy industry capitalof the world and is home to the world’s largest medical center.Houston is a culturally vibrant city, providing residents with ahigh quality of life in a multicultural, urban environment.Additional information about the University is available at http://www.uh.edu and on the Department of Psychology at http://www.psychology.uh.edu.Position Description: Industrial Organizational Psychology –Open Rank (Tenured/tenure track)We seek a colleague who can contribute to the success and growth ofour research-oriented doctoral program by (1) building andmaintaining a nationally competitive research program that isrecognized by high-quality publications, and external funding (asappropriate), (2) mentoring doctoral students to pursue researchcareers, (3) and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses. Weare particularly interested in scholars with research interests inBig Data methods and workforce diversity though we will considerapplicants from all research areas in I/O psychology. We areespecially looking for a colleague who can contribute to thedevelopment of a research-oriented vision for the program, who isinterested in playing a leadership role in the I/O group, and canfurther the development of industry partnerships.Applications may be submitted at http://www.uh.edu/human-resources/uh-careers/(Posting FAC001454) and should include a letter of interest,research statement, names and email addresses of three writers ofletters of recommendation (referees may be contacted later in theselection process to submit letters directly via the onlinesystem), a current curriculum vita, representative papers, ateaching statement, and evidence of effective teaching. If you havequestions or are wondering whether you should apply, please contactDr. Christiane Spitzmueller (Professor of I/O Psychology and searchcommittee chair) at [email protected] or at281-610-9099.UH’s I/O Psychology group is committed to enhancing the diversityof its faculty to conduct research relevant to all parts ofsociety. We pride ourselves in being a place where individuals fromdiverse backgrounds want to work to achieve innovative researchoutcomes and provide cutting-edge instruction to one of thenation’s most diverse graduate and undergraduate studentbodies.The University of Houston is responsive to the needs of dual careercouples and able to provide access to high-quality childcare spotsat the University’s Children’s Learning Centers. Individuals with ahistory of and commitment to mentoring students fromunderrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer, and encourages minorities, women, veterans, andpersons with disabilities to apply.Review of applications will commence October 12, 2020 and willcontinue until the position is filled.Qualifications :A Doctorate in the discipline is required. Applicants shoulddemonstrate a clear commitment to excellence in the supervision ofgraduate research, and teaching at the graduate and undergraduatelevels.Notes to Applicant: Official transcripts are required for afaculty appointment and will be requested upon selection of thefinal candidate. All positions at the university are securitysensitive and will require a criminal history check.