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Assistant/Associate Professor and Associate Director for Clinical Training

Saint Elizabeth University
Morristown, New Jersey
Posted Date
Oct 17, 2022

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Psychology
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
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The Department of Psychology at Saint Elizabeth University in Morristown, NJ is seeking applications for a full time Assistant Professor and Associate Director of an APA-accredited Psy.D. in counseling psychology program to teach in our diverse academic community and to contribute to the growth and continuous improvement of our psychology programs. Saint Elizabeth University announces the availability of a position starting in January, 2023. 

The Associate Director of Clinical Training (ADCT) is responsible for all aspects of doctoral clinical training, including practicum and internship applications and monitoring in an APA-accredited Psy.D. in counseling psychology program. The ADCT also teaches in the masters and doctoral programs; serves on dissertation committees; and assists with departmental and university duties.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Teaching inclusively and successfully in graduate-level courses
  • Providing service to the program, the University, and the campus community
  • Assisting the Psy.D. program director with accreditation activities
  • Actively advising and mentoring students


    Minimum Qualifications


  • A doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology, preferably from an APA-accredited program with successful completion of an APA-accredited internship, and teaching experience among diverse populations of both graduate and undergraduate students is required.
  • Licensure as a psychologist in New Jersey for at least two years is also required.
  • Clinical supervision experience. 
  • Significant scholarly achievement in the form of research, publications, and/or professional presentations.  
  • Further, applicants should demonstrate commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice, foundational elements of the mission of our doctoral program.  


    Preferred Qualifications


  • Ability to teach research methods at the doctoral level highly desired.
  • Experience in innovative and inclusive classroom pedagogy, including but not limited to active learning and inquiry-based teaching, teaching online or hybrid courses.
  • About the Department of Psychology at SEU


    The Department of Psychology is housed in the College of Professional Studies. The Department offers a BA in psychology, an MA in counseling psychology with three tracks (30 credit counseling psychology, 48 credit school counseling, and 60 credit mental health counseling), and the Psy.D. in counseling psychology degree for students from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds.

    Founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1899, Saint Elizabeth University (SEU) is a community of learning in the Catholic liberal arts tradition for students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and cultures. SEU is devoted to providing educational and career training opportunities to traditionally underserved communities and is characterized by small class sizes and a highly communal student-centered culture emphasizing individualized attention.

    SEU is a federally designated Minority-Serving and Hispanic-Serving Institution. Our traditional undergraduate population is 38 percent Black and our total enrollment is 30 percent Hispanic, while 47 percent of our students are first-generation college students. In addition, 76 percent of our first-time freshmen are low-income students eligible for federal Pell funding; many come to us with unique challenges related to their financial, social, academic, mental and physical health. 


    Saint Elizabeth University seeks to foster and maintain a diverse campus community through inclusive excellence and equal opportunity. SEU has long preserved its legacy of providing quality education and access for underserved populations, particularly in fields and career paths traditionally beyond the reach of marginalized and often disenfranchised communities. In our traditional co-educational undergraduate enrollment today, women outnumber men two-to-one. SEU has a long legacy of educating women who thrive in STEM and healthcare professions and continues to produce diverse women and men as leaders equipped with a deeper appreciation of inclusion in its various forms. We strive to ensure that all graduates realize their potential through hard work and an exceptional education that is unimpeded by irrational self-doubt or societal biases.


    Review of applications begins immediately. Submit a letter of application which includes your teaching philosophy, research interests, clinical experience, and social justice commitment. In addition, please provide your curriculum vita, official transcripts, and three references via email to the address listed below.


    EEO/AA Statement


    Saint Elizabeth University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer


    Additional Information


    As a condition of employment, external candidates are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to their start date. If you are unable to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for medical or religious reasons, you may submit a request for an exemption. All employees are expected to follow the University's current health and safety protocols for COVID-19 and any procedures/protocols created through additional correspondence.


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