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Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology (APA Accredited Program)

Seattle Pacific University
Seattle, Washington State
Date posted
Feb 13, 2024

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Assistant or Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology (application review begins 3/15/2024): Candidates should hold a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and have completed an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship.  Postdoctoral or other advanced training in research and clinical specialty, a record of published research and evidence of, or potential for grant support of research are preferred. Area of expertise is open but candidates with experience in teaching, scholarship, and clinical application addressing health disparities experienced by marginalized communities is preferred. A psychology license in the State of Washington or license eligibility is also required. People from historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

Faculty duties include graduate-level teaching in the clinical psychology Ph.D. curriculum, establishing and maintaining an active program of research, seeking intramural and/or extramural research funding, mentoring and supervising doctoral level students in research and clinical activities, and taking on administrative assignments and service within the department, school, and university. While we welcome applications from any area of specialization in professional psychology, we have immediate needs for expertise in clinical child and adolescent psychology, developmental, clinical neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology, and integrated behavioral health.

Application Instructions:

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The online application requires an official SPU application form, a faith statement of approximately one page, a teaching philosophy statement of approximately one page, a narrative of research trajectory, and other supporting documents when possible (e.g., a representative syllabus; copies of teaching evaluations; one or more recent publications).

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