Industrial and Organizational Psychology at GT

GT I-O Program Seeks Tenure-Track Faculty Member

Georgia Tech’s School of Psychology recently announced its search for a tenure-track faculty member in Organizational Psychology.

The successful applicant will have earned a Ph.D. in I/O Psychology or in an allied program in psychology at the time of appointment, and have publications, teaching experience, skills, and a funding record commensurate with the rank sought. The applicant should have a strong psychological science perspective and have or show evidence of the ability to develop a vigorous research program that can contribute to both I/O and psychology as a whole. Although we are open to candidates within the general research areas of Engineering Psychology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology, we are particularly interested in candidates whose existing research connects to issues of affective experiences, personality, development, social psychology, or quantitative methods.

Review of materials will begin on October 13, 2014. Interested parties should visit for complete announcement details and application instructions.