Faculty Positions for 2021 - 2022

  • Multiple Tenure-Track Positions at Vanderbilt

    The Department of Psychology and Human Development at Vanderbilt University is seeking applicants for a cluster hire of three tenure-track assistant professors. We seek candidates who will increase the department’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through their research, teaching, mentoring and/or lived experience. The search is open to candidates in any area of psychology, although applicants are encouraged to think about how they would fit into one of our four existing areas (Clinical Science, Cognition in Context, Developmental Science, Quantitative Methods).  

    The Department of Psychology and Human Development includes a group of scholars who work to increase understanding of basic psychological functioning in family, school, and other contexts that influence development. As a part of the Peabody College of Education and Human Development, we jointly run a graduate program in Psychological Science with the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Science. While faculty members in Psychology and Human Development share a common interest in psychological processes and their development, our specific interests, research methods, and expertise are diverse and include both behavioral and neuroscience approaches. Some researchers are committed to increasing understanding of basic psychological processes, while others emphasize implications for clinical, social, and educational issues. We are all committed to building a diverse and inclusive department.

    Qualifications

    ●      Ph.D. in psychology or a related field

    ●      Ability to establish an independent research program and contribute to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses

    Candidates submit via Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/91848

    Review of applications will begin October 1st 2021, with applications considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Inquiries regarding the position can be directed to Duane Watson (duane.g.watson@vanderbilt.edu) and Lisa Fazio (lisa.fazio@vanderbilt.edu), co-chairs of the search committee. 

  • Multiple Tenure-Track Positions at Oregon State University

    Oregon State University (OSU) School of Psychological Science is accepting applications for three full-time, 9-month, tenure-track positions as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor in Clinical Psychology, starting Fall 2022 in Corvallis, Oregon. The School currently has thriving undergraduate and graduate programs and offers a Ph.D. in Psychology with Health, Applied Cognition, and Engineering Psychology concentration areas. We plan to launch a new Clinical Science PhD program and will seek dual accreditation from APA and Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (PCSAS). The three new faculty are expected to play a major role in shaping the focus, rigor, and community impact of this training program. There are many opportunities for collaboration across the School and OSU, and through a college cluster hire in Indigenous Studies, and regional partnership with Hispanic/Non-Tribal Native-Serving institutions. The candidates’ duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, mentoring students in research, providing clinical supervision, establishing and maintaining a productive and fundable research program, and providing university and professional service. Minimum qualifications include: Doctoral degree (Clinical Psychology Ph.D. preferred) in psychology; license eligible to practice psychology in the State of Oregon; a demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity; evidence of a productive research program; and evidence of excellence in teaching and mentoring. Applicants also should communicate whether they have qualifications and interest in a position as Director of Clinical Training.

    For further information and to apply, visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/ and reference posting P04891UF, or https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/108912 Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vita, and statements regarding their research, teaching and mentoring, and commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion, and the contact information for three references (though letters only will be requested for applicants who move on to a later stage of consideration). For full consideration applications should be received by November 15, 2021.

  • Multiple Positions at Touro College

    The PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology, Health Emphasis, within the School of Health Sciences of Touro College invites applications for two full-time faculty positions, effective July 1, 2022 

    1.   Director of Clinical Training at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The successful candidate will be expected to support our developing Psy.D. Program through; a) overseeing and managing the training (externship and internship) experiences for the students in the Psy.D. Program; b) teaching in the Psy.D. Program; c) doctoral student advising and mentoring; d) developing an independent and ongoing line of research; e) supervising doctoral dissertations; and e) collaborating with other programs and schools within Touro College.  

    2.   Assistant or Associate Professor. The successful candidate will be expected to support our developing PsyD program through; a) teaching in our PsyD program, b) doctoral student advising and mentoring, c) developing an independent and ongoing line of research (with evidence of potential to secure extramural funding strongly preferred), d) supervising doctoral dissertations, and e) collaborating with other programs and schools within Touro College.  

    These searches will begin immediately and will be completed when a suitable candidate is identified.

    The Touro College Psy.D. Program in Clinical Psychology has a health emphasis and combines a strong focus on clinical practice in traditional and integrative health care settings, research, and evidence-based treatment. The preferred candidate will have demonstrable experience in the evidence-based practice of clinical psychology, and applicants with a health psychology/behavioral medicine and/or trauma clinical-research focus are especially encouraged to apply.

    Touro College has a strong institutional commitment to recruiting and retaining an academically and culturally diverse community of faculty. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. 

    Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, up to three representative publications, a statement of clinical and research interests, and three letters of reference electronically:

    *For Assistant/Associate Professor & Director of Clinical Training: 

    https://tcnycareers-touro.icims.com/jobs/7827/assistant-or-associate-professor-director-of-clinical-training-psyd-program-in-clinical-psychology-%28health-emphasis%29/job

    *For Assistant/Associate Professor:

    https://tcnycareers-touro.icims.com/jobs/7826/assistant-or-associate-professor-psyd-program-in-clinical-psychology-%28health-emphasis%29/job

    For more information feel free to reach out to:

    Frank L. Gardner, PhD, ABPP
    Professor of Psychology & Executive Director, PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
    Associate Dean, School of Health Sciences of Touro College
    Frank.gardner@touro.edu

  • Two Tenure-Track Positions at Virginia Tech

    The Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech is seeking applicants for two tenure-track assistant professors. We seek candidates who will increase the department's commitment to inclusion, equity, and diversity through their research, teaching, mentoring and/or lived experience. The search is open to candidates in any area of psychology, although applicants are encouraged to think about how they would fit into one of our four existing graduate training areas (Developmental Science, Industrial and Organizational, Biological, Clinical Science). Successful applicants will have a Ph.D. by the Fall 2022 start date, a demonstrated commitment to research, teaching and mentoring, and/or service and engagement.

    Please see more information about the job posting here - https://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/517603/assistant-professor-of-psychol

  • Clinical Psychology Faculty Position – George Mason University 

    The George Mason University Department of Psychology invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, instructional faculty position in clinical psychology to begin Fall 2022. This position will support both the clinical psychology doctoral program and the undergraduate program. More specifically, the successful candidate will participate in teaching and supervision of doctoral students’ clinical work in our community-based training clinic (https://psyclinic.gmu.edu/) as well as teach advanced undergraduate students in evidence-based behavioral health techniques. In a continuing effort to enrich GMU’s academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, we strongly encourage applications from members of all groups underrepresented in higher education.

    The Department of Psychology (https://psychology.gmu.edu/) has a diverse student body of over 1,300 undergraduate majors and over 200 graduate students. The Department has 45 faculty members, including 8 instructional, non-tenure-track faculty who are vital to the department’s educational mission. Non-tenure-track faculty are fully integrated in the department, with similar voting rights and access to resources and professional development opportunities as tenure-track faculty. 

    The department is guided by three primary foci. First, the department is focused on fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels in our department and, more broadly, in our field. This mission is facilitated by our location in one of the most diverse regions of the country and by George Mason’s status as the most diverse university in Virginia and one of the 20 most diverse public universities in the US, and our role as the host institution for the Mid-Atlantic Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC). Second, in line with George Mason’s Carnegie classification as a Research I university and its strategic goal of conducting research of consequence, our department focuses on being a prominent center for translational research. Third, we focus strongly on our teaching and training of students in all programs. Our clinical program has a clinical science orientation, with intensive training of doctoral students in evidence-based approaches.
    Required Qualifications:
    Individuals should have a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical psychology, a commitment to the education of a diverse student body, and a strong interest and expertise in evidence-based behavioral health approaches. Candidates should also be licensed or license-eligible in Virginia. Candidates who will have a Ph.D. or Psy.D. conferred before the start of Fall 2022 classes will be considered eligible for this posting.

    Preferred Qualifications:
    Experience with both in-person and online undergraduate courses is a plus but not required. Candidates who are interested in contributing to our culturally inclusive environment, in support of our highly diverse student body, will be preferred. 

    For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number 5089z at https://jobs.gmu.edu by October 15, 2021; complete and submit the online application; and upload a: (a) cover letter, (b) vita, and (c) clinical and teaching statement. As applicable, candidates should comment on their prior experience in teaching a diverse student body, on their clinical experience and expertise in evidence-based approaches, and on their competence in providing clinical services to (and supervisory experiences in support of) a diverse clientele. In addition, three letters of reference should be submitted, either online to sridley@gmu.edu or via regular mail to Ms. Susan Ridley, Faculty Search Coordinator, George Mason University, MS 3F5, Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444. The search committee will begin reviewing applications after October 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.

    Great Careers Begin at Mason! 

    George Mason University is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in both academics and research. Mason holds a top U.S. News and World Report “Up and Coming” spot for national universities and is recognized for its global appeal and excellence in higher education. 

    Mason is currently the largest and most diverse university in Virginia with students and faculty from all 50 states and over 135 countries studying in 200 degree programs at campuses in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William, as well as at learning locations across the commonwealth. Rooted in Mason’s diversity is a campus culture that is both rewarding and exciting, work that is meaningful, and opportunities to both collaborate and create. 

    If you are interested in joining the Mason family take a look at our current opportunities and catch some Mason spirit at https://jobs.gmu.edu/!

    George Mason University, Where Innovation is Tradition.

    George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

    https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/51145


  • Teaching Assistant Professor Positions at UNC Chapel Hill

    The UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Psychology and Neuroscience is hiring 3 non-tenure track Teaching Assistant Professors! These positions offer three-year renewable contracts and provide excellent career advancement opportunities (including promotion to Associate Teaching Professor and [Full] Teaching Professor). PhD in Psychology, Neuroscience or related field is required. We are looking for individuals qualified to teach: 1) Biological Psychology courses such as Learning and Sensation & Perception, 2) Neuroscience courses such as Introduction to Neuroscience and Neuroscience Research Laboratories or 3) Clinical or Cognitive Psychology courses. At least 1-year experience as instructor of record in an academic environment is strongly preferred. Come be a Tarheel with us!  https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/199446 Proposed start date: July 1, 2022. Reviews begin 10/15/21 and will continue until positions are filled.

  • Two Tenure-Track Positions at Hofstra University

    The Department of Psychology at Hofstra University invites applications for TWO full-time, tenure-track assistant professor positions in Clinical Psychology beginning September 2022. Candidates with interests in any area of child, adolescent, or adult psychopathology and psychological treatment, are encouraged to apply. The position is primarily for the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, although some undergraduate teaching is possible as well. Our Ph.D. program follows the scientist-practitioner model and faculty members' clinical orientation is primarily cognitive behavioral (e.g., cognitive therapy, behavioral analysis, exposure therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy). The ideal applicant will complement the existing core faculty members’ areas of expertise.  We strongly encourage applicants from historically underrepresented identities that are eager to contribute to an inclusive learning environment. See the following link for more information about our doctoral program: http://www.hofstra.edu/Clinicalpsy

    Applicants must be certain that their PhD in clinical psychology will be awarded by August 31, 2022.  Candidates should show clear evidence of research productivity along with the potential to develop an independent program of research, and a significant commitment to teaching and supervision.

    To apply, email (1) a letter that describes teaching, research, and applied experience and interests; (2) curriculum vita; (3) a statement addressing your past and future planned contributions to mentoring underrepresented students and fostering a diverse, inclusive community through research, teaching, and service, (4) graduate transcripts; (5) representative reprints/preprints; and (6) have three letters of recommendation sent to: Dr. Craig Johnson, Chair, Department of Psychology, Hofstra University (email: Craig.A.Johnson@Hofstra.edu). If possible, submit items 1 - 4 within one pdf file.  Review of applications will begin on October 15 and will continue until the positions are filled. 

    Hofstra University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, administrative staff, and student body, and encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse student body. 

    Hofstra University is the largest private, liberal arts institution on Long Island, NY. Hofstra University is located 25 miles east of Manhattan, with its wealth of business, entertainment, and cultural opportunities. Hofstra includes the following schools: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Frank G. Zarb School of Business; Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies; Lawrence Herbert School of Communication; Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; School of Health Professions and Human Services; Maurice A. Deane School of Law; and Hofstra University Honors College.  There are approximately 500 full-time faculty members; 6,900 full and part-time undergraduates; 2,900 graduate students; 800 law students; and 350 medical students. For more information about the University please visit www.hofstra.edu.
  • Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position at UMass Boston

    The Department of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning September 1, 2022 with focus on issues of race and ethnicity from a developmental perspective (i.e., child, adolescent, or family systems focus). Find the online job posting here. 

    We are seeking a colleague whose work aims to promote social justice and anti-racism through connections with psychological processes and healing. Examples of potential areas of focus include but are not limited to: developmental processes of racialization, including racial and ethnic identities; racial and anti-racist socialization within families; experiences with, effects of, or coping with and resistance to racism and discrimination for children and adolescents; mental health experiences and/or disparities related to race and culture in children and adolescents; community-based problem prevention and/or evidence-based clinical practice with racial and ethnic minority children and adolescents; family resilience processes; intergenerational family dynamics related to race and racism. Priority will be given to candidates whose work focuses on developmental clinical psychology within Latinx communities. However, candidates who focus on developmental clinical psychology within Black, Indigenous, Asian American, MENA, and other minoritized communities are also encouraged to apply. 

    Responsibilities include teaching and mentoring students within the undergraduate psychology major and within the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, which has a scientist-practitioner-activist training model. Within the undergraduate major, teaching may include courses focused on racial issues and populations (e.g., existing courses such as “Race, Culture, and Relationships,” “Psychology and Social Justice,” “Psychology and the Black Experience,” “Asian American Psychology,” or developing new courses on areas such as Latinx, Indigenous, or MENA Psychology) and developmentally focused courses (e.g., “Adolescence,” “The Family and Child” or developing new courses in child or family experiences and/or the impact of child or family therapy with racialized populations). Within the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program, teaching may include core courses and elective doctoral courses consistent with the area of expertise such as family therapy, child assessment, or child therapy. Additional responsibilities include offering personalized learning opportunities, research mentoring, and advising to undergraduate and doctoral students; and contributing to service for the program, department, university, and Greater Boston communities.

    Requirements for consideration include a Ph.D. in clinical psychology or a closely related field and clear evidence of excellence in (or potential for excellence in) both research and teaching. Preference will be given to licensed or license-eligible applicants with doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology or related licensable fields (e.g., Counseling, School, Neuropsychology). 

    The University of Massachusetts Boston is the only public university in the Greater Boston area.  Founded in 1965, during the U.S. Civil Rights Era, UMass Boston maintains a strong commitment to social justice in its approach to education and training.  UMass Boston is a Department of Education (U.S. DOE) designated Minority Serving Institution (MSI): Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution. We serve the most diverse student population in New England, with a majority of students of color; many of our students are from immigrant backgrounds, and/or are the first in their families to go to college.  Nine UMass Boston colleges and schools offer more than 80 undergraduate programs and 110 graduate programs to nearly 17,000 students. More than 50 interdisciplinary institutes and centers pursue research and public service in such areas as public policy; gerontology; media; labor; mentoring; women in politics; African American, Latinx, Asian American, and Native American issues; and environmental concerns. The Psychology Department is currently engaged in an ongoing process of furthering our anti-racist focus in our curriculum and departmental practices.  For more information about the Psychology Department, visit our website. 

    Accredited by the American Psychological Association, the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program adopts a “scientist-practitioner-activist” model. We locate the scientist-practitioner model within a socio-cultural context, bringing to the study and practice of clinical psychology an understanding of social justice, equity, oppression, systems of privilege and marginalization, procedural and relational justice, and epistemological and methodological marginalization. Our program prepares clinical psychologists who have an excellent foundation in psychological science and can translate their basic knowledge into practical applications to meet the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and adults from diverse sociocultural groups. Graduates of the program have the requisite skills to advance understanding of key human problems through research, scholarly activities, clinical practice, teaching, professional service, advocacy, and activism. For more information, see our program website.

    Initial review of applications will begin October 1 and continue until the position is filled. Initial interviews will be via Zoom followed by on-campus interviews during the Fall 2021 semester. 

  •  Two Tenure-Track Positions at University of Houston – Clear Lake

    The University of Houston – Clear Lake is seeking qualified applicants for two tenure-track positions within its Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Health Service Psychology Program (https://www.uhcl.edu/human-sciences-humanities/departments/clinical-health-applied-sciences/doctorate-psychology/). The program has an integrated Clinical/School emphasis, and combines a strong focus on academic research, clinical practice and evidence-based treatment. The program began in 2016 and has been accredited on contingency since April 2019. 

    Interested individuals may contact Search Chair, Dr. Sara Elkins (elkins@uhcl.edu), with questions and may apply at the link below:

    https://uhs.taleo.net/careersection/ex4_uhcl/jobdetail.ftl?job=FAC001892&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago

  •  Tenure Track Position at Suffolk University

    The Department of Psychology at Suffolk University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, beginning July 1, 2022. The area of scholarship is open. We are particularly interested in candidates with an established research program involving diverse and/or underserved populations and that fits with the department’s social justice mission (https://www.suffolk.edu/cas/degrees-programs/psychology). Candidates must hold a doctorate in Psychology at the time of appointment, with a preference for candidates who are licensed or license-eligible in Massachusetts. The department includes a 300-person undergraduate major, an APA-accredited Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology, an Applied Developmental Ph.D. program, and a Master’s of Mental Health Counseling program. We are committed to promoting equity in the field and inclusive teaching practices; candidates who would increase the diversity of the faculty are particularly encouraged to apply. 

    The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and doctoral-level courses. In addition to demonstrating excellence in teaching and research, the successful candidate is expected to advise and mentor undergraduate and clinical doctoral students, serve on dissertation committees, maintain familiarity with APA doctoral training standards and regulations, and engage in service within the Department, College, and University. 

    Application should be made through the Suffolk University Human Resources website:  https://jobs.jobvite.com/careers/suffolkuniversity/jobs?__jvst=Career%20Site, with a complete submission including the following components: cover letter (including research agenda), CV, undergraduate and graduate transcript, research writing sample, statement of teaching philosophy, and student courses evaluations. The candidate also should provide contact information for three professional references. Initial review of applications will begin October 15, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. Initial interviews will be via Zoom followed by on-campus interviews.

  • Multiple Positions at Western Kentucky University

    The Western Kentucky University Psychology Department (www.wku.edu/psychology/) is seeking qualified applicants for four tenure track positions (noted below) under its Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Applied Psychology program (https://www.wku.edu/psychology/doctor_of_psychology.php).  Dual career couples are encouraged to apply.
  1. Director of the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Applied Psychology Programs. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Clinical Psychology and should have faculty experience commensurate in a tenure track line. Candidates must be licensed or license-eligible and are expected to obtain licensure from the Kentucky Board of Psychology at the Health Service Provider level. For more information, please see job ad at https://wku.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=136059.  

  2. Assistant Professor of Psychology, MA in Clinical Psychology Coordinator.   Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Clinical Psychology and should have faculty experience commensurate in a tenure track line. Candidates must be licensed or license-eligible and are expected to obtain licensure from the Kentucky Board of Psychology at the Health Service Provider level. For more information, please see job ad at https://wku.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=136062&CNTRNO=0&TSTMP=1631042299749

  3. Assistant Professor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology.   Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Clinical Psychology by the August 2022 anticipated starting date. All applicants who expect to obtain licensure from the Kentucky Board of Examiners in Psychology at the Health Service Provider will be considered. For more information, please see job ad at https://wku.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=125690&CNTRNO=6&TSTMP=1631042299749

  4. Assistant Professor of Psychology.   Applicants must have an earned doctorate in any area of Psychology by the August 2022 anticipated starting date. Candidates with an earned doctorate may be eligible to start in January 2022. We are seeking applicants with applied research interests in affective, developmental, cognitive, and/or social domains. For more information, please see job ad at https://wku.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=136060&CNTRNO=1&TSTMP=1631042299749
  • Tenure-Track Position at University of Victoria.

    The Department of Psychology at the University of Victoria invites applications for a tenure-track position in Clinical Psychology at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor to commence July 1, 2022. The successful applicant will be expected to teach 7 term-length courses per year (typically a 3-3-1 distribution with the ability to teach more than one class per course topic). Teaching assignments will include core undergraduate courses in the Mental Health and Wellbeing stream. There may also be occasional opportunities to teach a graduate course or to serve as Acting Director of the Psychology Clinic as part of the regular teaching load. Assistant Teaching Professors in Psychology are not expected to supervise graduate or undergraduate student research but can serve on students’ committees if desired.

    Contact information

    For more information please contact Dr. Erica Woodin (Search Committee Chair) at applyatp-psyc@uvic.ca, or Dr. Stephen Lindsay (Department Chair) at psychair@uvic.ca.

    Application deadline

    Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2021.

  • Tenure-Track and Psychology Clinic Director at The University of Toledo

    The Department of Psychology at The University of Toledo seeks outstanding candidates for a tenure-track faculty position in clinical psychology that includes the role of psychology clinic director. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and be license eligible in Ohio. The primary service responsibility for this position includes serving as Director of a currently operational psychology clinic housed within the Department of Psychology. This clinic serves as the primary training clinic for clinical psychology doctoral students. Other responsibilities include mentoring and supervision of clinical psychology doctoral students, teaching a reduced load of primarily graduate courses, serving as a core member of the clinical psychology doctoral program, developing an independent program of research, collaborating with faculty within and outside the department on research, and serving the department, college, and university through various activities and rolesCompetitive applicants will have a vision for further developing the clinic by increasing its visibility within the institution and local community, expanding clinical services, and incorporating innovations that further the mission of the clinic and the clinical psychology doctoral program.  

    The specific area of specialization is open, although candidates with a background in intervention science and/or treatment process-oriented research are preferred. Previous experience managing a clinic is preferred but not required. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates whose clinical work or research focuses on underrepresented populations and/or who have experience supervising or mentoring underrepresented minority students. Applicants should be licensed or licensed eligible in the state of Ohio.

    For information about the department, clinical psychology doctoral program, and psychology clinic, please visit our website at http://www.utoledo.edu/al/psychology

    To apply, please go to the following link to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, vision statement for the clinic, and representative publications: https://utoledo.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=3756&site=9

    Please also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to Dr. Matthew Tull (matthew.tull@utoledo.edu) and Dr. Sarah Francis (sarah.francis@utoledo.edu), Co-Chairs of the Search Committee.  

    Review of applications will occur as applications are received and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is January 2022, although later dates can be negotiated. The University of Toledo is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, dual-career professionals, and covered veterans. 

  • Tenure-Track Position at University of Maryland, College Park

    The Department of Psychology is seeking candidates for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position in our PCSAS- and APA-accredited clinical psychology doctoral program. We seek to identify an outstanding individual who conducts research in mental health disparities, diversity science, or related fields. We are particularly interested in candidates whose expertise and lived experiences can inform the development, dissemination, or implementation of culturally appropriate interventions aimed at serving traditionally underrepresented populations and whose research addresses one or more of the following topics: 1) structural inequities and reducing mental health disparities among ethnoracial minorities; 2) developing, disseminating, and implementing scalable, sustainable intervention strategies for mental health in underserved populations; 3) cultural adaptations of interventions, 4) social determinants of health and wellbeing, and 5) research that includes individuals from traditionally excluded populations (e.g., Black, Latino/a/e/x, Indigenous, trans, non-binary, low socioeconomic backgrounds). A scholar who also approaches mental health disparities from an intersectional lens that recognizes and incorporates other identities and lived experience would be especially welcome. A hire in this area would, by necessity, conduct research across multiple levels of analysis and foster greater collaborations across campus and with the diverse local community. This individual could also provide important expertise in course instruction in the areas of community-based participatory research, diversity science, and health disparities.

    We are looking to add to our growing cluster of researchers who investigate mental health across the lifespan in underrepresented communities, locally, across the US, and abroad, and we are eager to add to the diversity of our faculty and our scholarship. Beyond this specific focus, we seek applicants with a strong research program, potential to attract extramural grant or foundation funding, and a commitment to excellent mentoring and teaching.

    Qualifications. The primary qualifications for this position are demonstrated excellence in empirical research and teaching. A PhD in Clinical Psychology or a related discipline is required at the time of appointment. We especially and strongly encourage applications from women and members of minority groups. Diversity and Inclusion are core values at the University of Maryland, and a strong candidate will demonstrate the ability to create inclusive classrooms and environments in which a diverse array of students can learn and thrive.

    The University of Maryland has a vibrant community of scholars conducting research in the area of clinical psychological science and related fields. Candidates will have many opportunities to collaborate with scholars within psychology and across multiple units, including the departments of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, African American Studies, Public Health, Hearing & Speech Sciences, and the University of Maryland Schools of Medicine and Social Work. Located in the Washington DC metropolitan area, faculty benefit from an array of other resources including close collaborative ties with neighboring institutions (e.g., Children’s National Hospital; National Institutes of Health; Baltimore City Public Schools; Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center/Baltimore).

  • Tenure-Track Positions at the University of Maine

    The clinical psychology program at the University of Maine is recruiting two assistant professor tenure-track faculty positions. While the area of specialization is open, and we encourage all qualified applicants to apply, we have a particular interest in candidates with experience in Substance Use and/or Trauma, and Dissemination and Implementation Science. 

    These positions have been made possible by a generous donor and coincide with a period of growth in the department (e.g., recently awarded training grant, new collaborations with the state). 

    We are a collegial, supportive program and strongly encourage applicants from historically underrepresented identities who are eager to contribute to an inclusive learning environment to apply. 

    Please see more information about the job posting here: https://umaine.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=71651&job=assistant-professor-of-psychology-in-clinical-psychology-two-positions

  • Tenure-Track Position with Developmental Psychopathology Focus at he University of Minnesota

    The Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota seeks outstanding candidates for a tenure-track position in developmental psychopathology at the Assistant Professor level. We welcome applications from individuals conducting research in any area of developmental psychopathology, including but not limited to: prevention/intervention sciences; health and opportunity disparities; risk and trauma; family, community, and global contexts; culture and psychopathology; stress and adaptation; socioemotional and/or neurocognitive functioning and mental health; and resilience and positive youth development.  Our department values a wide range of methods and approaches, including epidemiologic, genetic, epigenetic, neurobiological, sociocultural, translational, computational, qualitative, big-data, and community engaged research. Similarly, skills in advanced developmental research methods and/or statistical expertise are of interest. All applicants are expected to have a strong and fundable program of research and to contribute to both graduate and undergraduate supervision and instruction in developmental psychology/developmental psychopathology. A clear developmental orientation to research and teaching is required.  ICD is committed to building and supporting a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from minority candidates and other under-represented groups.

    The Institute of Child Development (ICD) has long been a premier center for scholarship, teaching, and outreach in developmental psychology. Coursework and research activities focus on the cognitive, perceptual, social, emotional, cultural, and psychobiological/neuroscience processes underlying the lifespan development of infants, children, adolescents, and adults. In addition to our Developmental Science program, ICD collaborates with the Department of Psychology to offer a specialty track in Developmental Psychopathology and Clinical Science. The University of Minnesota is rich in resources available to ICD faculty, including the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain, with both treatment and research facilities, the Center for Neurobehavioral Development (CNBD), with shared equipment resources including EEG/ERP and autonomic equipment, the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR) with four research-dedicated 3T Siemens Prisma scanners, a Child Development Laboratory School serving infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, and the many additional resources afforded in a large metropolitan area. Founded in 1925, the Institute is a pre-eminent department for the study of children’s development in the United States.  From its inception, a key tenet of the department has been to “give away” developmental science. This philosophy has created an environment rich with collaborations, new ideas, and exciting interdisciplinary work.

    Located in the culturally diverse cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the University offers unique opportunities for research and participation in varied cultural communities. The College of Education and Human Development is one of the top ranked professional schools of education in the nation. We are an inclusive, nationally distinctive college that explores education and human development across the life span to increase the intellectual synergy and cooperative inquiry required to address the complexity of educational and social issues facing children, youth, and families in the 21st century. Further information about the U of M can be found at https://twin-cities.umn.edu/about-us and on the Relocation Assistance Program site http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/rap/. Additional information about the college and the department can be found on at: http://www.cehd.umn.edu.

    Appointment Details: The successful candidate will be appointed to a full-time, 9-month tenure-track assistant professorship beginning Fall semester 2022.  Summer employment may be possible but is not guaranteed. Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience.

    Application Process: The search committee will begin its review of applications on October 22, 2021 with the position open until filled. An on-line application is required for this position. Please access the University of Minnesota Employment System at https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and search for Job Opening ID: 343640.

    Completed applications will include a letter addressing qualifications, curriculum vita, research and teaching statements, up to four representative publications, and letters of recommendation from three individuals familiar with the applicant’s work. All supporting materials, except for the reference letters, should be attached electronically to the on-line application. Letter writers should email letters of recommendation to simpson@umn.edu  

    Address questions to Glenn Roisman, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair, c/o Amy Simpson, Institute of Child Development, 51 East River Road, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 or email simpson@umn.edu. 

    To request an accommodation during the application process, please e-mail employ@umn.edu or call (612) 624-UOHR (8647).

  • Clinic Director at the University of Calgary

    The Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Calgary invites applications for the University of Calgary Psychology Clinic Director. The successful candidate will be appointed as Instructor or Senior Instructor (Tenure-track, full time) in the Department of Psychology. The anticipated start date is January 1, 2022.

    The Psychology Clinic (UCPC)  is a sliding scale psychological service program serving the greater Calgary area. It offers state-of-the-art training to graduate students of the University of Calgary Clinical Psychology Program, which has been accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) since 1995. The Director will have the opportunity to be part of a prolific and diverse research and training environment in the Department of Psychology. 

    The Clinic Director focuses jointly on ensuring that Clinical Psychology graduate students receive the highest quality clinical training via applied practice and that clients of the clinic receive ethical and effective psychological services. The Director is responsible to plan and provide for clinic and community practicum placements, including seeking new placement opportunities. They provide support and supervision for those working and training within the UCPC, and develop and maintain professional connections at the community, provincial, and national level. The Director helps manage the clinical training infrastructure, including organizing community outreach for recruiting clients and promoting ethical, evidence-based psychological assessment and intervention. The Director may also provide direct supervision of student clinical activities. The Director promotes and supports clinical research being conducted with the Department of Psychology and provides support to students applying for clinical residency. 

    The Director will teach undergraduate and/or graduate psychology courses in the area of clinical psychology.  

    The University of Calgary requires that the successful candidate have a PhD in clinical psychology from an CPA or APA-accredited program and be registered or eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Candidates also require a minimum of four years of experience in providing clinical services, including experience in clinical supervision. Candidates will also demonstrate excellence in university-level teaching and/or providing supervision to graduate student clinicians.  Experience managing an outpatient clinic is desirable. 

    The Department of Psychology has a strong research reputation (6th in Canada in Maclean’s 2021 rankings) and high standards in teaching. We are actively and fully committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion in our department and on our campus, and to adhering to our core values of (1) Discovery and Innovation, (2) Integrity, (3) Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, (4) Community, and (5) Health and Well-Being.  Please visit these links for more information about the Department and our EDI initiatives

    Interested individuals are encouraged to submit an application online via UCalgary Careers (careers.ucalgary.ca).

    For more information and to apply: https://careers.ucalgary.ca/jobs/7517992-psychology-clinic-director-instructor-department-of-psychology-faculty-of-arts

    Applications are accepted until October 15, 2021. Questions may be addressed to: 

    Dr. David Hodgins, Professor, Department of Psychology, dhodgins@ucalgary.ca   

  • Tenure-Track Position at Furman University

    The Psychology Department at Furman University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in clinical/counseling psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor, to begin August 2022. We seek candidates with a Ph.D. in clinical or counseling psychology whose interests expand our research areas. We have a particular interest in candidates with training and expertise in neuropsychology, childhood, or aging/lifespan development. We welcome candidates who can contribute (through teaching, scholarship, mentoring, or service) to our department’s commitment to increasing diversity, promoting inclusivity, and addressing inequities.   

    Candidates should be prepared to teach courses in abnormal and clinical psychology, as well as other intermediate or upper-level courses that support or expand the department’s current curriculum. The teaching load is 5 courses (or 4 lab courses) per year divided over 2 semesters. Teaching experience is preferred. 

    Candidates must be committed to exemplary teaching and to maintaining a productive research program. Psychology faculty serve as research mentors to talented undergraduates throughout the academic year and full-time during the summer. The Psychology Department has outstanding teaching and research space, as well as excellent university support, including start-up funds. Furman University is an academic partner in the nationally-recognized Health Sciences Center at Prisma Health, South Carolina’s largest not-for-profit health care organization. As such, faculty have unique opportunities to develop clinically-based research collaborations. 
    Founded in 1826, Furman University is a highly ranked liberal arts college with a mission to offer all students an integrated four-year pathway that prepares them for lives of purpose and impact. Faculty serve as skilled and thoughtful academic advisors, providing individualized guidance for students along their pathways. The successful candidate will join a growing psychology department which currently includes 10 tenure-track faculty, 3 non-tenure track faculty, and 3 full-time staff. Our students enjoy a rigorous classroom-based experience along with numerous opportunities for engaged learning experiences (e.g. research, internships, and study away). 

    Furman University is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all facets of university life, and strives to create an anti-racist community through excellence in teaching, mentorship, and programming.  Numerous initiatives and programs are underway or planned to promote these ideals, including: historic projects, dialogue initiatives, the Center for Inclusive Communities, and a new major in Africana Studies. The successful candidate will have the ability to work with historically underrepresented students, including students of color, and will be committed to assisting the university in its continuing efforts to become a model of inclusive excellence. Please include a diversity statement in your application. This should contain a description of how your teaching, scholarship, mentoring and/or service might contribute to a liberal arts college community where a commitment to diversity is one of its core values.

    Visit our websites for more information about the Psychology Department and the Neuroscienceprogram. To learn more about Furman’s strategic vision, The Furman Advantage, go tohttp://thefurmanadvantage.com/. To learn more about Furman’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, go to: https://www.furman.edu/diversity-inclusion/

    For more information and to apply, visit: https://furman.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Furman_Careers/job/Main-Campus/Assistant-Professor-of-Psychology_R001355 

    Applicants should submit the following as a single PDF document in the order listed: a letter of interest, C.V., diversity statement, statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness, statement describing research program and 1-3 representative publications. Please arrange for 3 letters of recommendation to be sent to Donna Greene, administrative assistant, at donna.greene@furman.edu. The candidate’s name should appear in the subject line, and the recommendation letter should be attached to the email. Any questions about the position can be sent to Dr. Cinnamon Stetler, department chair, at cinnamon.stetler@furman.edu 

    Review of applications will begin October 1, 2021. 
  • Tenure-Track Positions at Miami University (Ohio)

    Two tenure-track faculty positions (one at the assistant professor level, the other open rank) in our APA-accredited clinical psychology PhD program to begin August 2022. We seek applicants whose research focuses on aspects of mental health in traditionally underserved and historically excluded populations, health risk disparities, and/or global mental health. The candidates are expected to maintain a high-quality program of research with potential for external funding, teach clinical psychology courses at the graduate and undergraduate level, advise graduate and undergraduate students, provide clinical supervision, and perform university and professional service. Engagement in research and teaching are highly valued in our department and university.
    Minimum Qualifications:    

    Ph.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or closely related fields and a clinical internship, both from APA-accredited programs, by date of appointment are required for all levels of appointment, including at the assistant rank. For appointment at the associate rank, a strong research and publication record, evidence of teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in clinical psychology and topics related to candidates’ research specialties are additionally required. For appointment at the professor rank, a distinguished record of scholarly research, evidence of excellent quality teaching at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels, meaningful service at the department and college, and university level, and professional achievement are additionally required. All candidates are expected to obtain licensure as a doctoral-level psychologist in the State of Ohio.

    Special Instructions to Applicants:

    Submit cover letter including which specific rank/position for which you are applying, curriculum vitae, 2-4 representative publications/pre-prints (“writing sample”), teaching philosophy and evidence of effectiveness (if available) (recommended 3 pages), research statement (recommended 3 pages), and a diversity contribution plan (recommended 3 pages). The cover letter should describe how the applicant’s work contributes to diversity mental health science and articulate potential connections with researchers throughout the department /university. The diversity plan should explain how one will enhance the diversity and inclusivity of our academic community through research, teaching, and service. Department will request letters of recommendation from references listed in application. Inquiries about the position may be directed to Vaishali Raval at ravalvv@miamioh.edu.  

    Screening of applications will begin Oct 1, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.