Open Rank Faculty - Psychology
At PCOM, we espouse to grow a culturally competent workforce to
advance healthcare that touches the lives of underserved
communities. Diversity and inclusion is the core component of our
institutional identity and a key pillar of PCOM’s strategic vision.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine affirms that diversity
and inclusion are crucial to the intellectual vitality of the
campus community. It is through freedom of exchange over different
ideas and viewpoints in supportive environments that our graduates
develop the critical thinking and citizenship skills that will
benefit them throughout their lives.
Since 1899, PCOM has trained highly competent, caring physicians,
health practitioners, and behavioral scientists who practice a
“whole person” approach to care - treating people, not just
symptoms. As the field of medicine has changed, we've changed with
it - adapting our program offerings to better meet the needs of
healthcare providers and the communities they serve. At the main
campus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PCOM), the branch campus in
Suwanee, Georgia (PCOM Georgia), and our newest location in
Moultrie, Georgia (PCOM South Georgia), PCOM students learn to
approach problem-solving in a more professional, more team-oriented
manner, which prepares them to work successfully in integrated
healthcare settings with other health professionals. At
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine you will be part of a
caring, professional, and committed community focused on making the
PCOM experience the best possible for our students.
We are currently seeking to fill our Open Rank Faculty - Psychology
position at the Philadelphia campus with a highly qualified and
The School of Professional and Applied Psychology at the
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) is seeking a
Pennsylvania-licensed or license-eligible doctoral level clinical
psychologist with a cognitive-behavioral orientation for a
full-time (12 month) tenure track position. Faculty rank is open
and will be commensurate with experience.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the
- Teaching in the APA-Accredited Psy.D. Program in Clinical
Psychology, including possible courses in research methods and
design, dissertation seminar, practicum, history and systems of
psychology, substance use, trauma-informed CBT, cognitive and
behavioral therapies, and others.
- Mentoring dissertations, clinical supervision, advising
students, developing a research program with students, and
participating in the admissions/interview process.
- Scholarly activity in areas of specialty.
- Participation in program, school, and university committee
- Other duties as assigned.
Education, Skills and Abilities:
PCOM is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified
applicants will receive consideration. We adhere to a policy that
prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic
origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any
other legally protected class.
- Degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-Accredited Program,
emphasis in cognitive-behavioral training, and a planned program of
scholarly activity are required.
- Candidate must have a thorough understanding and commitment to
teaching students being trained in a practitioner-scholar
- Preference will be given to individuals with specialized
expertise in substance use and strong consideration will be given
to individuals with expertise in forensic psychology, severe and
persistent mental illness, and/or trauma-informed
- Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated
successful teaching and mentoring experience in a doctoral level