The STP Job Postings forum is a repository for job postings related to the teaching of psychology. As a member benefit, any member of STP may post a job listing, and only members of STP have reading access to the forum.
- Ideally the job announcement will be the official release from your institution. Please include a closing date for the position.
- In the job posting’s "subject" line, please use this format: Position title, area (if any), institution.
- Your name and a link to your STP directory information will automatically be included next to the job posting.
- Posts will be retained on this site for at least 6 months.
- Disclaimer: This forum is a service to STP members. The presence of a job listing is not an implicit endorsement of the institution or department by STP or the STP Executive Committee.
General Forum Rules
Rule 1: Do not use this forum for illegal purposes, including but not limited to defamation, violation of intellectual property laws, or violation of criminal laws.
Rule 2: Do not intentionally interfere with or disrupt other forum participants, network services, or network equipment. This includes distribution of unsolicited advertisements, chain letters, and intentional propagation of computer viruses.
Rule 3: "Spamming" is a network term invented to describe the act of cross-posting the same message to as many newsgroups and/or mailing forums as possible, whether or not the message is germane to the stated topic of the newsgroups or mailing forums that are being targeted. Spamming by forum members is unacceptable. Any posting that is not a job posting will be deleted.
Rule 4: Do not use the forum for commercial purposes. "Commercial" as used for purposes of evaluating posted messages means communications whose primary purpose is to advance the business or financial interests of any person or entity, or otherwise to promote a financial transaction for the benefit of the author directly or indirectly.
Rule 5: Intentional insults and personal criticism directed at an individual (often referred to as "flaming") will not be tolerated. Rebuttals to another person's opinions or beliefs should always be made in a rational, logical and mature manner, whether they are made publicly or privately. What is a flame can range from the obvious (ranting and raving, abusive comments, etc.) to the not-so-obvious (e.g., comments about how many "newbies" seem to be on the forum these days). Forum users should refrain from abusive or derogatory language.
Rule 6: Because the Internet is international, it is important for forum members to recognize and accept cultural and linguistic differences. Not all forum members may understand and use English well. For example, the use of slang and idioms may be misunderstood.
Rule 7: All forum posts must have a subject line that is descriptive of the content. Please use this format: Position title, area (if any), institution.