Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of NCSPP 2023 Mid-Winter Conference
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PsyD program core faculty
Ponce Health Sciences University St. Louis 2 positions pending budgetary approval to start in August
Full-Time Assistant Professor
University of La Verne The University of La Verne’s Psychology Department invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor positions to begin with the 2023-2024 academic year as core faculty in our APA-accredited PsyD program in clinical psychology.
Qualifications for the positions:
Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology; Completion, or in the process of completing an APA-accredited doctoral program and APA-accredited internship; Demonstrated teaching experience.
Primary consideration for:
Training or expertise in at least one of the following areas: assessment, biological bases of behavior, consultation, ethics, evidence-based practice, human development/lifespan, measurement, multicultural psychology; Completed, or presently in the process of completing, post-doctoral hours towards licensure; Applicants who have obtained licensure as a Psychologist; Applicants with graduate teaching experience.
Specific duties include:
Teaching 5 courses per year, a minimum of which 3 must be in the PsyD program in the areas of program need; Serving as dissertation chair and committee member; Conducting and publishing research; Providing advisement and mentoring; Service on committees in the department, college, and university.
Fulltime, Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor and DCT
Northwest University Fulltime professor and DCT
Open Assistant/Associate Faculty Positions at Wright State’s PSYD program
Wright State University The PSYD program at Wright State University has several open faculty positions. Areas of expertise remain open, however, we are particularly interested in applicants with expertise in child/adolescent/family psychology, health, psychological assessment, psychopharmacology, forensic, and statistics/research methods. Potential leadership opportunities include- DCT and Assessment Clinic Director.
Tenure-track Assistant Professor
Marshall University The Department of Psychology at Marshall University is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor for a tenure-track faculty position to teach in the graduate and undergraduate programs. The Department of Psychology is home to a robust undergraduate program, a general masters’ program, a clinical psychology masters’ certificate program, and an APA-accredited Psy.D. program.
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Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor
Spalding University The School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) at Spalding University seeks to hire at least one full-time, tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. Successful candidates with a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology must have a license or be eligible for licensure in KY. Candidates with doctorates in psychology specialties that are not clinical or counseling also encouraged to apply. Outstanding postdoctoral candidates will be considered. Candidates with marginalized/minoritized identities are especially encouraged to apply.
We seek candidates who are passionate about teaching and mentoring undergraduate psychology majors and teaching and training clinical psychology doctoral students. Successful candidates will contribute to our collaborative environment and will be expected to achieve a strong balance across the three domains of teaching, scholarship, and service. First, they will be strong teachers who utilize best practices in teaching and enjoy student mentoring. Second, they will be thoughtful scholars with either a record of presenting and/or publishing in their chosen research interest areas or demonstrated promise to do so. Third, they will possess a cooperative spirit to work collegially with others in service to the department, the university, and the larger community.
The position offers scheduling flexibility (other than class times) and faculty members are encouraged to use up to eight hours per week in research, consultation, direct service, or supervision. For those with a license, opportunities are available to engage in direct service as part of our Faculty Practice Plan, where faculty are able to see their own private practice clients in the Center for Behavioral Health (https://behavioralhealth.spalding.edu/). Additional contract supervision for doctoral students on practicum may also be available for those with a license. Salary for this full-time position is commensurate with experience.
Tenure Track, Assistant/Associate Professor Director Of Clinical Training
Northwest Nazarene University Northwest Nazarene University’s PsyD in Clinical Psychology is searching for a Director of Clinical Training. This is a full-time, tenure track faculty position that will guide the PsyD program in all matters relevant to clinical training; student evaluation and experience; and maintaining program accreditation. We are seeking candidates with expertise in the provision and supervision of evidence-based mental health assessments and interventions across a diverse range of populations and settings. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to high-quality clinical training, supervision, and teaching along with a vision for expanding psychology services and programs provided to children, youth, and families with a particular emphasis on underserved communities. We strongly encourage applicants who would enhance the diversity of our faculty.
Required Qualifications Doctoral degree from an APA accredited Clinical Psychology Program
Licensed in the State of Idaho or eligible to become licensed in the State of Idaho
The university requires that all candidates be Christians (preferably in the Wesleyan tradition). Faculty must be comfortable with the mission and agree to live within the lifestyle values of NNU
Biola University The Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University is conducting a search for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Psychology to begin in August 2023. Candidates will hold a PhD or PsyD in Psychology. This individual will teach in our undergraduate and/or graduate psychology programs. Rosemead includes APA accredited Clinical Psychology graduate programs, both PhD and PsyD. Strong candidates will evidence research and/or clinical strengths, engaging teaching, and a desire to mentor students. Although social psychology, gender and sexuality, or clinical psychology would be a plus, there is ample flexibility in terms of teaching interests, expertise, and particular courses associated with the position. Ideally, candidates will have significant teaching experience and enthusiasm for the integration of psychology and theology. Applicants who bring diverse racial/ethnic perspectives and lived experience to their teaching and scholarship are especially encouraged to apply. We are prioritizing candidates who can serve religiously committed and BIPOC students well.
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Director of the Biola Counseling Center
Biola University Rosemead School of Psychology is searching for an experienced clinician and visionary prepared to lead a dedicated team in meeting the needs of a rigorous clinical doctoral training program while designing innovative approaches to support the mental health and success of Biola University’s diverse student body. The BCC operates a doctoral level training program (approximately 75 trainees), including an APA-accredited doctoral internship and master’s and doctoral-level practica, all of whom serve both the university and clients from the broader Southern California community. This position reports to the Dean of Rosemead School of Psychology and oversees a staff that includes: an associate director of clinical services; a director of internship training; licensed and unlicensed clinicians including 4 staff psychologists/clinical supervisors, 1 or more part-time post-doctoral residents, 4 doctoral interns, advanced doctoral-level clinical psychology students serving as staff therapists; and three full-time administrative support staff. The Director provides organizational and administrative oversight of staff, programs, services, planning, budget, space, and center operations. This is a full-time, salaried position.
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Associate Director of the Biola Counseling Center
Biola University The Associate Director assists the Director of BCC in the administration of the Counseling Center. This includes general administrative and clinical functions, clinical training responsibilities, and direct service provision. The Associate Director functions as the BCC Director in the absence of the Director. The Associate Director reports to the Director of BCC.
Qualifications: Responsibility, spiritual maturity, and a desire to work with multiple constituents of BCC, and a desire to work as a team member. We seek someone who will work well with the Center’s diversity of students, staff, and outpatient clientele. Experience in provision of supervision, as well as expertise in clinical interventions that fit the needs of our outpatient community and campus clientele.
Education: Ph.D. or Psy.D. in psychology with psychology licensure or license eligibility in California.
Skills: In addition to therapeutic skills, organizational and administrative, teaching/training, supervision, public relations, and time management skills are essential.
Salary Range: commensurate with experience and qualifications.
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Assistant Professor in PsyD program
University of Indianapolis We are looking for an associate professor For a ten month position with 6 hours release to serve as an assistant DCT. Area of specialty is open, license eligible preferred. We also offer 8 hours a week of professional release. Please feel free to reach out to me
Assistant/Associate (Open Rank) Professor of Counseling
National Louis University The College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences at National Louis University in Illinois is pleased to announce its search for a Full-Time Faculty member with expertise in Clinical Mental Health Counseling to join our CACREP-accredited Master of Science in Counseling Program. The program offers advanced graduate training in the fields of Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling. School counselors and individuals with a certification in addictions are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities for this position include teaching, scholarship, and service. Teaching expectations will cover a variety of areas within our School Counseling track and foundation courses in Clinical Mental Health Counseling track as needed, including courses in counseling theory and techniques; assessment and diagnosis, and internship/practicum/supervision. Faculty also engage in supervision of thesis work, advising and mentorship, and serving on university committees. The successful candidates will exemplify skill in working competently with students and faculty representing a broad range of cultures and identities. Applicants must be Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors (LCPC - Illinois) or eligible to obtain the LCPC within 12 months of hire. Members of underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.
This position is a full-time 10-Month faculty position beginning as soon as it can be filled.
Core Faculty Position
the Chicago School of Professional Psychology Core faculty position open at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Xavier University of Louisiana Psy.D. clinical psychology program
Full-Time Faculty Member Doctoral Program (PsyD)
Albizu University Teach doctoral level courses, serve on doctoral project committees, and advise students.
Assistant Teaching Professor, PsyD Program
University of Denver-Graduate School of Professional Psychology The PsyD Program at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver (DU) seeks a faculty member for a full-time, 10-month, benefited, non-tenure track position in the teaching professorial series. This position has teaching and services duties. Teaching expectations for teaching-line faculty are typically 10 classes over the fall, winter, and spring quarters. With the support of the PsyD Program Director and in line with GSPP’s faculty workload guidelines, teaching faculty may receive course releases for administrative duties and/or externally-funded scholarship, which is otherwise not expected in the teaching series. In addition, GSPP requires all faculty and staff to exhibit excellent citizenship and pursue professional development to foster a model workplace. This position reports to the PsyD Program Director. Since the PsyD Program is year-round, some service and student support activities occur over the summer, for which there is a small stipend.
In particular, the PsyD program seeks a faculty member with interest and experience relevant to teaching basic content areas in scientific psychology such as statistics, research methods, developmental psychology, cognitive and affective models, etc. The full list of required courses in the PsyD Program is available here in the University’s Graduate Bulletin. Candidates should be comfortable teaching large class sizes (35+ students) at the graduate level. Graduate assistant support may be available but is not guaranteed.
Appointment, tenure, and promotion for this role will be governed by the University of Denver’s Policies and Procedures Relating to Faculty Appointment, Promotion & Tenure. This non-tenure-track position will be filled at the Assistant rank. Assistant Professors are expected to be in the first two to seven years of experience post-doctorate with strong, documented potential for excellence in teaching and service.
Tenure Line, Assistant or Associate Rank Faculty Position, MA Forensic Psychology
University of Denver-Graduate School of Professional Psychology We seek a colleague who is passionate about preparing students in a clinically-focused, master’s-level training program to become ethical, competent, and culturally informed practitioners, scholars, leaders, and advocates in the forensic psychology field. A successful candidate will have a demonstrated record of equity-focused research, teaching, and service. A solid understanding of statistical and research methods, community engaged scholarship, the U.S. criminal and civil systems, and legal, ethical, and professional standards of practice is expected. Competency in assessment, prevention, intervention, and consultation is also preferred. This is a full-time, benefitted, 10-month faculty position.
The appointment will commence on September 1, 2023.
This tenure-track position will be filled at the Assistant or Associate level and will be appointed at the rank appropriate for the candidates documented experience and excellence in the field:
Essential Functions The University, through its faculty, engages in a variety of professional functions, such as teaching, scholarly research and/or creative activity, shared governance, and professional/public service. The relative priority of these functions carried out by colleges, schools, divisions, departments, centers, and individual faculty members should and does vary.
Associate/Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles The Clinical Psychology PsyD program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles is currently searching for a Core Faculty member to start in Fall 2023. Responsibilities include teaching, advising, chairing dissertations, and committee work. Preference will be given to those with a strong background in health psychology.
Associate Director of Clinical Training
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles The Clinical Psychology PsyD program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles is currently searching for an Associate Director of Clinical Training. The Associate Director of Clinical Training oversees the practicum experience for the students in the Psy.D. Clinical Psychology program. This position collaborates with the Director of Clinical Training-PsyD Clinical Psychology and the Campus Director of the Office of Placement and Training.
Director of Clinical Training
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles The Clinical Psychology PsyD program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles is currently searching for a Director of Clinical Training (DCT). The DCT oversees the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. training program and is ultimately responsible for all training-related experiences (e.g., preparation for practicum and internship; managing relationships and communication with training sites, maintaining training-related records). Although they are ultimately responsible for practicum as well, the DCT’s focus is primarily on the internship experience. This position oversees the Associate Director of Clinical Training and collaborates with the Campus Director of the Office of Placement and Training.
Full-Time Clinical Psychology Faculty Position
Divine Mercy University We have a full-time faculty opening for a clinical psychologist in our APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Divine Mercy University in Sterling VA (about 35 miles from downtown Washington DC). This position involves teaching, clinical supervision of students, dissertation advising, academic advising, research, and scholarship, as well as potential administrative duties. Our faculty also have protected time to engage in community or professional work every week. While we don’t play Disco Bingo as often as we’d like, we are a wonderfully supportive environment and we love the work we do. Feel free to share this information with anyone who might be looking for a new academic opportunity!
Click on the link below to learn more about this position and instructions to apply, and please contact the Program Director, Dr. Lisa Klewicki, directly by phone (703-416-1441 x106) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!