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Chancellor's Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship Chancellor
With a strong commitment to scholarly work and achievement, Texas Christian University (TCU) is pleased to offer a postdoctoral fellowship committed to our strong teacher-scholar model. This program offers a postdoctoral fellowship of up to two years to a stellar scholar who is committed to research teaching. The program is designed to promote diversity in the academy. This term, the fellowship is seeking applications from individuals with research and pedagogical experience in any area of cognitive psychology including basic and applied approaches. The fellowship is also open to individuals with experience in educational psychology or developmental psychology. The Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow has the unique opportunity to receive: ● Mentorship from a senior professor and college leadership ● Training and development in the areas of research and pedagogy ● Professional development preparing the fellow for a full-time faculty position at an academic institution ● Networking and connection-building with university administration ● Opportunities to engage and participate as an active member of the TCU community Preferred Qualifications: ● Candidates from historically underrepresented groups in the U.S. higher education system are strongly encouraged to apply. ●The selection committee will consider all factors that enhance a candidate’s ability to contribute to diversity in the academy, including varied socioeconomic and cultural experiences, diversity-related research, teaching goals emphasizing diversity, and first-generation college graduates. Candidates meeting these criteria should highlight these experiences in the diversity statement. Award: Competitive salary, plus a generous benefits package. This award also includes up to $5,000 for research‐related and program travel expenses. Each award is for 12 months and may be renewable for only one additional year upon demonstration of academic productivity. The position will begin Fall 2021.
Research Assistant College of Science & Engineeri
The Research Assistant is responsible for assisting IBR principal investigators by carrying out research activities according to established research protocols. This job is 10-20 hrs/week, temporary position, and requires the successful applicant reside in or near one of the geographic areas where research activities are being conducted in Texas (e.g., Grayson, Harris, Hood, Williamson counties) or Illinois (e.g., DuPage, Saline county). This will be an annual position ending in December 2021, with the potential for renewal.
IBR Operations Coordinator College of Science & Engineeri
The IBR Operations Coordinator will assist with the Institute’s workflow to help ensure that the TCU IBR operates in accordance with federal grant requirements and TCU policies and procedures. Specifically, the IBR Coordinator will work with IBR faculty and staff in all areas of department functions, including tracking and preparing monthly departmental and project financial reports, generating and routing payroll and Office of Sponsored Programs forms, and providing support to IBR faculty and research staff on research grant submissions, training requirements, and updated processing procedures. This position will be expected to work closely with the Director of the IBR and with research project administrative support staff.
Visiting Lecturer in Finance M.J. Neeley School of Business
The Department of Finance at Texas Christian University invites applications for the ON CAMPUS position of Visiting Lecturer in Finance for the Spring 2021 Semester.
Race & Reconciliation Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow VC/Provost Academic Affairs
The Postdoctoral Fellow is responsible for contributing scholarly work to the respective discipline and TCU through teaching, research, creative activity, and service. This position will participate in research and programming for the TCU Race & Reconciliation Initiative. This residential 9-month fellowship will begin late fall 2020 and is open to individuals who have met all requirements for the doctorate by the position start date.
Postdoctoral Research Associate College of Science & Engineeri
The Postdoctoral Research Associate is responsible for performing independent research in the preparation and characterization of selected nanostructures within nanoscale silicon materials.
Director Laboratory School College of Education
The Director of Laboratory School is responsible for directing the Laboratory Schools by serving the educational needs of students with learning differences and Down syndrome; serving as a training site for TCU students to become teachers; establishing educational research opportunities for faculty and staff.
Service Assistant VC Student Affairs
The Service Assistant is responsible for maintaining campus buildings by providing cleaning services.
Administrative Program Specialist - Temporary M.J. Neeley School of Business
The Administrative Program Specialist is responsible for providing program support by facilitating program goals and objectives.
Purchasing Compliance Manager VC Finance & Administration
The Purchasing Compliance Manager will support the payment process by managing all aspects of expense reimbursement processing as well as overseeing various credit card programs, ensuring compliance with university and IRS guidelines, and supervising the Purchasing Compliance Clerk(s).
Purchasing Compliance Clerk VC Finance & Administration
The Purchasing Compliance Clerk will support the payment process by supporting various credit card programs, supporting expense reimbursement processing, and assisting the Purchasing Compliance Manager in maintaining compliance with university and IRS guidelines.
Clerkship Director (Emergency Medicine) Medical School
The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine is seeking applicants for the position of Phase II LIC Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director. Clerkship Directors oversee the clinical education of Phase II medical students in their respective clerkship as part of the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship. The Clerkship Director is responsible for building and fostering a positive and inclusive academic and team-based learning environment for the TCU and UNTHSC medical students. The Clerkship Director assures comparability of educational experiences and equivalency of student assessment and feedback across all Clerkship Sites, and collaborates with SOM leadership to ensure vertical integration of the curriculum across the continuum of the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship.
Clerkship Director (Psychiatry) Medical School
The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine is seeking applicants for the position of Phase II LIC Psychiatry Clerkship Director. Clerkship Directors oversee the clinical education of Phase II medical students in their respective clerkship as part of the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship. The Clerkship Director is responsible for building and fostering a positive and inclusive academic and team-based learning environment for the TCU and UNTHSC medical students. The Clerkship Director assures comparability of educational experiences and equivalency of student assessment and feedback across all Clerkship Sites, and collaborates with SOM leadership to ensure vertical integration of the curriculum across the continuum of the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship.
Research Assistant College of Science & Engineeri
The Research Assistant is responsible for assisting IBR principal investigators by carrying out research activities according to established research protocols. This job is 10-15 hrs/week, temporary position, and requires the successful applicant reside in the Dallas/Denton/Fort Worth area. This position will end in October 2022.
Information Security Administrator IV Information Technology
The Information Security Administrator IV is responsible for managing the University’s information security by managing application security, monitoring network security, responding to security incidents and providing security awareness training.
Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) Investigator Chancellor
The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) Investigator is responsible for ensuring institutional compliance applicable federal and state laws related to unlawful discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation. The OIE Investigator will investigate reports and/or complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct, and/or retaliation. Sexual misconduct investigations will also include sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, sexual exploitation, or relationship violence involving students, faculty, staff or third parties.
Substitute Teacher Assistant College of Education
The Substitute Teacher Assistant, in the absence of the classroom teacher assistant, is responsible for providing and/or assisting in instruction and managing the learning environment as directed by the classroom teacher. This position reports to the Director at the Laboratory Schools at TCU.
Collaborative Pianist College of Fine Arts
The Collaborative Pianist is responsible for serving as an accompanist to select choirs, student performances, and private lesson instruction. This is a part-time position.
Service Assistant VC Student Affairs
The Service Assistant is responsible for maintaining campus buildings by providing cleaning services.
Service Assistant VC Student Affairs
The Service Assistant is responsible for maintaining campus buildings by providing cleaning services.

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