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Core Faculty, Psy.D in Counseling Psychology
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
Saint Mary’s University is seeking to hire a full-time core faculty member with skills in quantitative study design and statistical methods for the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Counseling Psychology Program. The APA-accredited PsyD in Counseling Psychology program is a thriving and successful program with a warm, collegial, and supportive faculty team, successful student outcomes, and training aims around social justice, ethical practice, and cultural humility. This full-time position involves teaching doctoral-level courses that may include psychometrics, quantitative research design and statistical methods, dissertation proposal development, psychophysiology, and others. The standard teaching load is defined as 18-20 equivalent credit hours per 12-month contract year, with release time to conduct independent clinical practice or research. 
Three (3) full-time, Core Faculty positions in our APA Accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program. This is a full-time, 12-month position that reports to the Chair of the Department.
Antioch University New England
Position Summary
Faculty are expected to demonstrate achievement in the areas of student engagement, scholarly activity, and service, including administrative functions within the department and university. Moreover, strong candidates will contribute to the scholarly, clinical, supervisory, and consultative interests of our program. We seek candidates with the vision and potential to become future program leaders. Opportunities for faculty to allocate one day per week to professional practice are also available.

Position 1 Competencies: Health Psychology
Our program has a heavy focus on integrated primary care, and we are seeking a candidate who can round out our faculty expertise with more traditional Health Psychology applications. The position would focus primarily on curriculum development, teaching, and supporting students in Health Psychology practica.

Position 2 Competencies: General
Individuals with interest or competency in psychological or neuropsychological assessment, biological bases of behavior, cognitive therapy, or brief therapeutic modalities, and systemic interventions are strongly encouraged to apply.

Position 3 Competencies: Multicultural and Social Justice
Individuals with interest or competency in multicultural psychology, diversity and social justice, clinical supervision, professional development, and ethics are strongly encouraged to apply.

● Completed an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology
● Licensed or license eligible (preferred in NH if desiring to supervise at our training clinic, the Psychological Services Center [PSC])
● Commitment to experiential pedagogies and to social justice

For more information about this position, contact Dr. Karen Meteyer, Search Committee Chair, at

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled; however, the preferred deadline is January 19, 2024.

Assistant professor
Ponce Health Sciences University
Core faculty member of the PsyD program. Primarily teaching and service, but opportunities for research if interested. Position does include supervising dissertations.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Non-Tenure Track
Augsburg University
Augsburg University’s APA-accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program invites applications for a core faculty position to begin in August 2024. Our program trains students using a broad, generalist, practitioner-scholar model, with a firm grounding in social justice. Multiculturalism is a core value of our program and is woven throughout our curriculum and practicum training experiences. This full-time, in-person program offers small class sizes and a cohesive, egalitarian faculty that holds a wide variety of theoretical orientations and applied research interests.

Preferred candidates will be committed to teaching and mentoring in clinical psychology at the graduate level. Responsibilities for this full-time position (11-month appointment) will include teaching, academic advising, supervision of student research, and service to the university. Classes are generally offered on weekdays, with occasional evening classes. Preferred candidates will also have demonstrated competence in the integration of brain and biological processes in clinical psychology. This could be demonstrated in a number of different areas: psychological assessment, biological bases of psychology,
or working with children and families, among others. This position will allow the individual to integrate their unique experiences and competencies within a program that emphasizes the role of context and multiculturalism in clinical psychology. All faculty are licensed psychologists and are afforded one day per week for professional practice and/or scholarship. This day for professional activity aligns with our commitment to integrate clinical practice and/or research with teaching.
Department Faculty - Clinical Psychology Program
The Chicago Schoo

The department seeks an individual who has the ability and interest in contributing to a community committed to student-centeredness, professional development and scholarship, integrity and ethics, respect for diversity and pluralism, innovation, flexibility, and teamwork and collaboration. Candidates who will advance equity, diversity, and inclusion through their teaching, scholarship, and service are strongly encouraged to apply.

Primary Areas of Responsibility

Teach doctoral-level clinical psychology courses to students in the Clinical Psychology Program onsite at the Washington DC Campus

Provide ongoing academic advising, chair dissertations, and assist with admissions

Serve on departmental, campus, and institutional committees

Maintain active professional development or scholarship, broadly defined, and engage students in these activities

Mentor a diverse student body on issues pertaining to academic, clinical, professional, and scholarship development


Doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related discipline (e.g., counseling psychology, social psychology, experimental psychology,). For those with clinical and counseling psychology degrees, applicants must have graduated from an APA-accredited program and be currently licensed or plan to become licensed within a year.

Area of specialty and faculty rank are open. however, special consideration will be given to those with expertise/ability to teach in one or more of the following areas: psychological assessment, psychodynamic psychotherapy, humanistic/existential psychotherapy, child and family therapy, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology, and scientific bases (e.g., physiological, social psychology).

Teaching experience at the post-secondary level is preferred.

Associate Director of Clinical Training
The Chicago School
The Associate Director of Clinical Training serves as an integral member of the Clinical Psy.D. program and assists the Direct of Clinical Training in overseeing students’ practicum and internship experiences. The Associate Director of Clinical Training acts as a secondary adviser to students related to their professional goals and development. This person works collaboratively with training site supervisors, as well as academic program faculty advisors on training related manners.

This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule that reflects three days on campus and two days remote, including one day for professional development.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Assist students in site selection and review of application materials for practicum and doctoral internship.

Assist students who are encountering issues related to their practicum and internship experience.

Monitor progress of practicum performance, including evaluations, hour logs, and related paperwork.

Track data related to practicum and internship placements.

Advise on and engage in remediation planning for students.

Communicate with academic department around issues of professional development, training concerns, rules and regulations, and the search and placement process.

Teach 6 credits, as assigned by the Clinical Psy.D. Department Chair.

Interact and communicate successfully with a diverse population.

This position is eligible for a hybrid work schedule that reflects three days on campus and two days remote, including one day for professional development.


Doctoral-level, licensed Clinical or Counseling Psychologist. Must be an APA accredited doctoral program.

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