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Staff Psychologist I (2 Positions)

The Staff Psychologist I positions are for generalist clinicians focused on providing counseling and therapy services to students as well as providing outreach programming on a variety of topics relevant to college student adjustment, mental health and well-being. Specific expertise in a variety of areas related to college students is encouraged and welcomed. Recently the UKCC has had an embedded clinician in the College of Medicine. There may be other opportunities to do this type of embedded work with various colleges or specific campus populations.

The UKCC is committed to inclusive excellence, welcoming a wide range of clients for psychological services and those seeking consultation. Our staff is diverse in many ways and we strive to mirror the population we serve in the UK community. UKCC serves students in ways that support and affirm all of their identities. We welcome candidates who will continue to expand our reach to marginalized and under-represented students, including but not limited to persons of color, international, first-generation, veterans, those with disabilities, and LGBTQ. Our ideal candidate possesses an understanding of intersectionality and how it impacts the daily lives of students.

Minimum qualifications: All requirements for the PhD, PsyD or EdD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or other closely related field must be completed by start date. Candidate must be eligible for licensure as a psychologist in Kentucky ( can be temporarily at first but eventually independently licensed).

About the university: The University of Kentucky is the flagship university for the state. It is a major research institution with over 31,000 students and 16 academic colleges. In addition to the undergraduate and graduate programs, the campus includes professional programs within the Colleges of Medicine, Law, Health Sciences, Pharmacy and Dentistry and the University Medical Center/Chandler Hospital. UK offers excellent health and retirement benefits.

Links to apply/view details: Please complete the electronic application(s) at position 1 and position 2. Please apply to both positions. Also, see ad at University Counseling Jobs (here), which provides additional details about salary, ideal candidates and required attachments for the application. Email questions to [email protected] or call Dr. Aldarondo at (859) 257-8701.

University of Kentucky Counseling Center

December 7, 2018
Autism Psychologist

The Division of Developmental and Behavioral Sciences at Children’s Mercy Kansas City is recruiting a psychologist with expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorders and associated developmental disabilities to join the Autism Team at Children’s Mercy. The primary focus of the position will be clinical service delivery: evidence-based autism diagnostic evaluations and/or behavioral intervention/parent training for children with autism/developmental disorders, based on the candidate’s expertise.

The position will also include program development opportunities focused on improving community access to evidence-based services. Additional responsibilities may include community educational presentations, school consultation, and teaching/supervision in the hospital’s APA-accredited psychology internship, psychology and developmental-behavioral pediatrics fellowships, pediatric residency program, and psychology practicums.

Research opportunities growing out of program development work may also be available. The position carries an academic appointment at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine, with rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. Candidates must have completed a PhD or PsyDs in clinical psychology or a closely related field (e.g., child clinical psychology, school psychology, behavioral psychology/behavior analysis), completed an APA-approved internship, and be license-eligible as a psychologist in Missouri and Kansas.

Candidates should have specialized training related to autism/developmental disabilities, including evidence-based diagnostic evaluation (e.g., ADOS training, interdisciplinary diagnostic experience) and/or behavioral intervention (e.g., traditional ABA and naturalistic developmental-behavioral intervention models, behavioral parent training). Strengths in both diagnostic evaluation and behavioral intervention would be desirable, but candidates with strengths in either area are encouraged to apply. Completion of a postdoctoral fellowship is preferred but not required. Candidates at all levels of experience will be considered. The position includes a competitive salary and benefits package. The Division of Developmental and Behavioral Sciences at Children’s Mercy offers a desirable and collegial work environment with an excellent quality of life. To apply, a letter of application detailing relevant experience and current curriculum vitae should be sent to:[email protected] Attention: Lynne Covitz, Ph.D., ABPP, Chief, Section of PsychologyDivision of Developmental and Behavioral Sciences 2401 Gillham Road, Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 234-3584 EEO Employer / M/F / Disabled / Vet

Links to apply/view details: Please send CV to [email protected]du

Children's Mercy

December 3, 2018
Assistant Professor

We are seeking a dedicated teacher and researcher to support our existing undergraduate curriculum, as well as to assist in the development of a proposed master’s degree program in applied developmental science. The successful candidate will have the ability to engage students in the classroom and laboratory, as well as partners in the community. This is a nine-month tenure track position, with opportunities for salary enhancement through summer teaching and work on externally-funded research projects.


  • Candidates should have the potential for excellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The standard teaching load is three courses per semester, with possible reductions for teaching large classes or working on externally-funded research projects.
  • Teaching interests should include statistics and measurement, in teaching settings appropriate for both undergraduate (i.e., large classroom) and graduate (i.e., seminar) settings.
  • Be willing to teach other courses (e.g., introductory or research methods courses) as departmental needs require.
  • Maintain an active program of research that involves undergraduate and graduate research assistants. Such research should be sufficient to produce, on average, one peer-reviewed publication each year.
  • Engage in appropriate service activities benefiting the Department, College of Arts and Sciences, and University, as well as those benefiting the local community, state, and region.

At a minimum you should have: · An earned doctorate in Psychology or a very closely related field by August 1, 2019. Interested applicants should electronically submit their application by 11:59 p.m. on January 15, 2019.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here. 

Boise State University

December 3, 2018
Director of Counseling Services

The University of Nevada, Reno is seeking an experienced psychologist who possesses excellent clinical, administrative, and leadership skills to serve as its next Director of Counseling Services. The Director will provide departmental vision and supervision for a dedicated and committed multi-disciplinary team delivering high-quality mental health services and programs for a diverse student body. This is an exciting opportunity to elevate services and programs by building upon a strong foundation.

The Director must be a collaborative and innovative leader who is able to communicate effectively with all campus constituencies. As an advocate for students and the staff who support them, the Director is expected to be well-versed in the literature, research, and trends within college mental health and to initiate innovative methods to ensure that students continue to receive high-quality services.

The Director is expected to provide effective leadership in all mental health programs and services to support and enhance students’ personal and academic success at the University. This leadership focuses in the areas of human resource management, administrative oversight, crisis intervention, program development, assessment, fiscal management and technology.

This position serves on a team of Divisional directors and reports to the Associate Vice President for Student Life Services. EEO/AA: Women, under-represented groups, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Links to apply/view details: Keeling & Associates is supporting the University in this search. For a full description, including qualifications and instructions for applying, please go to:

University of Nevada, Reno

December 3, 2018
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology - The Illinois Neuro/Behavioral Assessment Laboratory (IN/BAL) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Illinois Neuro/Behavioral Assessment Laboratory (IN/BAL) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) invites applications for a specialized faculty position at the rank of clinical assistant professor of psychology. To apply, please visit: Deadline: December 4, 2018.

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Illinois is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled

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University of Illinois

November 30, 2018
Senior Psychologist

UNH Psychological and Counseling Services invites applications for a Senior Psychologist position. We are seeking a team oriented generalist with strong clinical skills, ready to meet the increasing severity of college students’ mental health needs. A successful candidate will join a staff of diverse professionals who are sensitive and committed to the needs of a multicultural organization and the richness of human differences. Demonstrated experiences working with underrepresented student populations, as well as competencies in brief treatment, crisis management, group interventions and the provision of clinical supervision are required.

Qualifications: · Ph.D./Psy clinical or counseling psychology, or equivalent including a supervised internship. · Licensed as a psychologist for five years at the time of application (please specify jurisdiction and date psychologist license was granted). · Eligible for licensure as a psychologist in the State of NH and gain licensure within 12 months of beginning position.

The Staff and University: PACS is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. (IACS) and is a member of the Association of Psychology Internship Centers (APPIC). Our doctoral Internship Program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association. PACS staff is characterized by a diversity of background, training, theoretical orientation and special interests. F

or more information about our center, please go to our website The University of New Hampshire is a predominately white institution (PWI) with an active commitment to social justice and diversity, Salary commensurate with experience.

Links to apply/view details: To apply:

University of New Hampshire

November 30, 2018
Associate / Full Professor, Community / Health Psychology

The Department of Psychological Science at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is seeking candidates at the rank of Associate or Full Professor who can contribute to our Social Aspects of Health Initiative (SAHI; Designed to identify and address health inequities in urban regions, SAHI focuses on social, institutional and environmental contexts, as well as policies and practices that contribute to equitable health care provision, health outcomes, and quality of life.

This position is part of a cluster hire of four scholars; the other hires will be in the departments of Anthropology, Geography and Earth Sciences, and Sociology (at the assistant professor level). These hires will join current faculty in developing extramurally-supported research to expand SAHI, support community partnerships, and disseminate its contributions. Required qualifications: A PhD in psychology or related discipline; strong records of publication and external funding for research; ability to teach/mentor a diverse student population; experience leading or working with interdisciplinary teams; willingness to mentor and collaborate with scholars with health-related interests from other disciplines.

Applications, submitted electronically at (position number: 002404), will include (1) a letter of interest in the position explaining how you meet the requirements, (2) a statement of research/teaching interests, (3) curriculum vitae.

Please also provide the names and contact information for three people who can serve as references; we will only contact references for candidates that are asked for a phone interview. Review of applications will begin January 11, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Links to apply/view details: 

UNC Charlotte

November 29, 2018
Post-Doctoral Fellowship - Trauma Psychology

Rush University Medical Center’s (RUMC) Department of Psychiatry in downtown Chicago is recruiting three Post-Doctoral Fellows for the Road Home Program: The Center for Veterans and Their Families (RHP). RHP’s mission is to compassionately serve veterans and their families. It provides individualized care on an outpatient basis to veterans and their loved ones to help heal the invisible wounds of war. Additionally, RHP is part of the Warrior Care Network as a Midwest regional center for the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder through a three week Intensive Outpatient Program.

Fellows will be an integral part of our clinical program and will have ample opportunity to treat veterans, as well as adult family members and children (depending on the candidate’s interests and background). Fellows will also be encouraged to participate in ongoing clinical research at RHP. This is an exciting opportunity to conduct research on traumatic stress and to gain valuable clinical experience with a multidisciplinary team at a major medical center.

The ideal candidate will have experience with trauma-informed care and/or patients with serious psychiatric illness, have a strong research background and some publications, be knowledgeable in advanced statistics, and be interested in establishing a scientist-practitioner career. Qualified candidates must have an APA approved doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. The deadline for applications is Monday, January 7, 2019.

Links to apply/view details: For a complete application, please send a cover letter, CV and two letters of recommendation to: Maggie McGauley Faculty Recruiter [email protected]

Rush University Medical Center

November 29, 2018
Assistant Professor Psychologist

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso, Department of Psychiatry is recruiting a Licensed Psychologist. The applicant must have a license or be eligible for licensure as a psychologist by the Texas State Board of Examiners. There should be a record of professional service appropriate to the discipline and a promise of growth in teaching and research or artistic and creative activity.

The applicant will provide patient care by diagnosing and treating the full spectrum of behavioral health conditions within a multidisciplinary setting and will administer psychological testing including, but not limited to WAIS, WAIC, Trains A & B, WCST, clinical dementia rating and projective testing, scoring and evaluation for adult or pediatric psychiatric conditions. The applicant will serve as the primary contact for behavioral health rotations of Family and Community Medicine. The applicant will also participate in the teaching and training of Psychology interns, Psychology Post-Doctoral trainees, residents, fellows and medical students including presentation of lectures. T

he applicant will participate in academic research and scholarly activities in the Department of Psychiatry, participate in committees and other administrative duties as assigned, ensure compliance with HIPAA and billing regulations, adhere to institutional and departmental policies and procedures and demonstrate professionalism in accordance with the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine's Declaration of Faculty Professional Responsibility. An academic degree Ph.D. or Psy.D. and licensure in Texas is required. El Paso is a highly diverse, culturally rich area located at the tip of the Rocky Mountains, bordering two states (New Mexico and Chihuahua). The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine has a highly valued creative curriculum that effectively implements the psycho-social/cultural model to patient care.

As an EEO/AA employer, the Texas Tech University System and its components will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicant’s race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.

Links to apply/view details: Qualified applicants should upload a letter of interest and their curriculum vitae online to: and search for Requisition ID 15545BR or contact Martha Aguilar at [email protected] for more information.

Texas Tech Health Sciences Center El Paso

November 27, 2018
Clinical Assistant Professor

Psychology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences is searching for a Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychology. Position is a full-time, 10-month, non-tenure-track academic position.

Responsible for teaching a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses, including addictions counseling, psychopathology, and practicum supervision courses. Includes teaching three courses per semester; maintaining and developing new relationships with internship and practicum placement sites; ensuring master’s program curriculum consistency with licensing requirements; collaborating with department faculty in the development of a Master of Mental Health Counseling degree; and collaborating in the development and execution of a student recruitment plan for the Master’s degree program.

Successful candidate will not be required to conduct research and publish, but will be required to provide service to the department, the campus, the discipline, and the community. Indiana University Northwest practices learner-focused pedagogies and community engagement.

Required qualifications include: Earned PsyD or PhD degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or related counseling/clinical field by August 1, 2019 Licensed or License-eligibility as a Psychologist in the state of Indiana Ability to teach addictions and mental health counseling coursework Demonstrated commitment to working with diverse populations.

Preferred qualifications include: Experience teaching addictions and mental health counseling at the graduate level Experience with face-to-face and online teaching modalities

For best consideration apply by December 14, 2018. Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to Mary Ann Fischer, Chair of the Search and Screen Committee, Indiana University Northwest, 3400 Broadway, Gary, IN 46408, [email protected]

Links to apply/view details: To review application requirements and submit their application click here.

IU Northwest University

November 26, 2018
College of Psychology Faculty

The College of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) encompasses three departments, which house two Bachelor's, four Master's, a specialist, and three APA-accredited doctoral programs. In anticipation of growth in a number of programs, the College invites qualified applicants for several faculty positions.

Candidates with specialization in neuropsychology, forensic psychology, behavioral theory, applied behavior analysis, statistics, and/or social psychology are especially encouraged to apply, although applicants with other areas of clinical or scholarly focus will be considered.

Applicants will be reviewed for rank commensurate with experience and scholarship. The successful candidates are expected to have a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring of students. Additionally, they must be actively involved in scholarship, with expectations to maintain an ongoing program of research, publish, and supervise student research. A track record of, or potential to secure external funding to support research is desirable.

Faculty will teach core psychology courses, as well as electives in their own specialty areas. For the clinical psychology positions, faculty will also supervise doctoral psychology trainees in their clinical work. The forensic psychology positions include an administrative component relating to oversight of the forensic concentration in the clinical psychology programs, or overseeing the M.S. program in forensic psychology.

Links to apply/view details: View complete job description here. To apply, go to Reference #997516 (neuropsychology), #997183 (forensic psychology/forensic concentration program director), #992737 (forensic psychology/M.S. program director), #993015 (clinical/area of expertise open/background in behavioral theory preferred), #997273 (clinical/area of expertise open/background in statistics preferred), or #994885 (social psychology). Inquiries about the positions may be directed to Marie Stokes ([email protected]).

Nova Southeastern University

November 26, 2018
Assistant Professor of Social Psychology, Tenure Track 

The Department of Psychology in the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Science invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Social Psychology to begin July 2019. We seek an innovative educator and scholar with demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching and mentoring, creative curriculum development, an active research agenda, and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration inside and outside the University. As a University committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, we seek candidates with a demonstrated ability to work with students across a broad range of social and personal identities and perspectives. The primary area of expertise is open, but should complement existing departmental strengths.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses including: Social Psychology, Research in Social Psychology (with its laboratory), Research Methods (with its laboratory), Introduction to Psychological Science, and other courses in the candidate's area of interest. We welcome applications from candidates whose work and research address issues of social justice, social identity, and diversity.

Responsibilities include teaching assigned courses, advising and mentoring students, developing and maintaining a strong record of research and scholarly productivity, participation in curriculum development and service on departmental, college and university committees as appropriate. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in Psychology completed or expected to be completed by August 2019; previous experience as an independent instructor at the undergraduate level; demonstrated evidence of scholarly productivity, and an active program of research that can involve undergraduate students.

As a University committed to diversity, Simmons encourages applications broadly. Simmons is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to continuing to develop a more diverse faculty, staff, student body and curriculum.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Simmons University

November 21, 2018
Postdoctoral Resident - 2 Positions

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) within Cornell Health is a highly utilized fast-paced mental health service with primary responsibility for meeting the mental health needs of the Cornell students on the Ithaca, NY, campus. CAPS, as part of an integrated health service, takes a community-based approach to care.

There are two post-doctoral residency positions available for Fall 2019. The residency provides a concentrated training experience where residents (1) develop advanced clinical and case management skills in working with young adults, (2) collaborate as part of multidisciplinary teams including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, and social workers when responding to challenging acute cases, and (3) develop expertise in responding to the many clinical and systemic challenges facing university mental health services.

Residents will conduct and receive training in mental health triage, evaluation and assessments, individual and group psychotherapy, community based comprehensive outreach interventions, crisis intervention, and consultation with faculty, staff, and parents regarding student mental health issues. Training experiences include weekly individual supervision (2+ hours), a one-hour weekly seminar on topics ranging from psychopharmacology to culturally competent practice, and two hours weekly clinical case conference/group supervision. Other offerings include weekly health service professional development seminars, weekly administrative meetings and other speaker series on the Cornell campus. Residents will have the opportunity to work in one or more clinical areas: General Clinical Services, Eating Disorder Treatment, or Community-Based Services with particular emphasis given in the latter to the provision of support and outreach to under-served communities.

Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must have completed all the requirements for a doctoral degree from an APA - accredited program and a pre-doctoral internship meeting APPIC standards prior to the start of the residency. The 12-month residency (typical from mid-August to mid-August, with some exceptions considered) salary is $35,000 annually and the position is benefits-eligible. To be considered, all applicants must submit a cover letter detailing interest in the residency, progress toward completing doctoral degree and interest in university mental health practice and curriculum vitae online. Relocation assistance provided. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Cornell University

November 21, 2018
Psychologist I

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) at Michigan State University invites applicants for a full-time staff psychologist to join our growing team. We are a multicultural, multidisciplinary staff who strives to create a welcoming, safe, inclusive, equitable, and affirming environment for all students. We believe diversity enriches learning and enhances personal growth, and we strongly value multicultural competence, social justice, and accessibility.

Responsibilities :The psychologist provides mental health, psychotherapy, and other services to MSU’s diverse campus community. The psychologist is responsible for providing the following: comprehensive, multiculturally competent individual and group therapy; crisis intervention services; planning and implementing workshops and seminars; conducting student outreach; and providing consultation to MSU faculty and staff. The psychologist also provides training and supervision for Master’s-level trainees and Doctoral trainees in our APA-accredited internship program, and serves as a liaison, committee member, and/or resource person in their area(s) of interest and expertise.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Doctorate in a relevant field, such as counseling psychology or clinical psychology;
  • Completion of a one-year, full-time, APA-accredited doctoral internship;
  • Six to twelve months of related experience in psychotherapy in a clinic/agency environment, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. •
  • Full licensure as a Psychologist in the state of Michigan, or license-eligible in the state of Michigan within eighteen months from date of hire

Application Instructions Please submit applications, including curriculum vitae (CV) and cover letter, to the [email protected] Use this link to learn more or to apply: MSU is an Affirmative-Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Michigan State University

November 21, 2018
Doctoral Faculty, Clinical Psychology

Three positions, in the following locations: Central Coast CA, Baltimore MD/Washington DC Region, Seattle Washington Region. Applications will be accepted for consideration until the position has been filled. SUMMARY: Fielding Graduate University delivers a personalized graduate education that fosters individual development, community collaboration, and societal engagement. Our vision is for our graduates to excel in scholarship and practice that create a more humane, just, and sustainable world.

Fielding Graduate University is proud to be the only APA accredited PhD program in the United States with a distributed learning model. Fielding Graduate University seeks three full-time faculty members for its Clinical PhD program. Faculty members conduct monthly, local, in person meetings with students and serve as their advisor. Faculty members also supervise doctoral dissertations, teach course seminars that mix virtual and face to face interactions, and do in person seminars at two –three residential events a year. Candidates who wish to be considered for this Faculty position must live in or near (or be willing to relocate to) the specified regions.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here. 

Fielding Graduate University

November 21, 2018
Ovarian Cancer Counselor

The Clearity Foundation (TCF) is the only 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping women facing ovarian cancer make more informed treatment decisions based on the molecular profiling of their tumors. Our mission is to improve the survival and quality of life of women with ovarian cancer. In Fall 2018, TCF launched a collaborative Steps Through OC (STOC) program to revolutionize the ovarian cancer experience for survivors and caregivers. Central to the project is a suite of human, electronic, on-line and organizational resources including: delivery of telehealth psychosocial support by Master’s Prepared mental health professionals; creation of a Content Library containing trusted, curated and accessible information; development of Referral Resources; a new technology platform and an Evaluation to assess participant outcome measures related to increased female self-advocacy and confidence in treatment decisions, enhanced coping/resilience, reduced stress and decreased symptom burden.

As part of this project, TCF is recruiting a part-time experienced Cancer Counselor or Oncology Social Worker to join our Steps Through OC Team, work remotely 16-24 hours/week and deliver psychosocial support directly to participants through a new phone/video-based program.

Requirements: Master’s Prepared mental health professional required with licensure in their respective State of residence. Minimum of 3 years of experience as Clinical Social Worker or Professional Counselor operating in an oncology setting within a hospital, ambulatory clinic, social service, patient advocacy or private practice setting.

Preferred: Passion for excellence in provision of psychosocial support to cancer survivors and families. Experience supporting patients with gynecologic cancer or cancers that impact women. Experience providing support and counseling remotely through a phone or video-based program. Experience serving clients as part of a multidisciplinary care team. Background in health, hospice or mental health setting delivering evidence-based interventions to clients coping with chronic and acute life-threatening illnesses, with knowledge of medical and psychosocial aspects of cancer and grief, loss and bereavement preferred.Excellent analytical, problem-solving, spoken and written communication and interpersonal skills.

Links to apply/view details: Please submit cover letter, resume and list of 3 professional references to: [email protected] Mailing address is 434 West Cedar St, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101. For additional information, including a full job description, please contact Marina Baroff, Senior Director, Service Innovation at 619-417-2590 or [email protected].

The Clearity Foundation

November 20, 2018
Chair, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program at Antioch University Santa Barbara invites applications for a full-time appointment in its CAMFT Award-winning program that emphasizes authentic relationships and an understanding of diverse identities and perspectives. Graduates of the program fulfill requirements for LMFT and LPCC licensure in California, while gaining extensive preparation through experiential learning, instruction, and local community internships.

The program offers concentrations in Healthy Aging, Latino Mental Health, and Somatic Psychotherapy. Faculty with expertise in these areas are invited to apply. The selected candidate will teach, mentor and advise graduate students, and administer all aspects of the degree program, including the hiring and supervision of program faculty, leading faculty and student recruitment/retention efforts, program assessment, and budget management. We seek a highly collaborative, motivated, and hands-on faculty member who is enthusiastic about innovative teaching and learning.

The desired candidate will have a record of professional accomplishment as a leader in his/her field, with an appropriate record of scholarship, and a working knowledge of a range of delivery models including technology-mediated education. This is a full-time core faculty appointment in the Masters of Art in Clinical Psychology Program. As a member of the faculty, the Chair has responsibilities in engagement in student learning, scholarship and creative work, community service, and institutional citizenship.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Antioch University

November 16, 2018
Assistant Professor

Tenure Track Assistant Professor. The Department of Psychology at Pacific Lutheran University seeks candidates with expertise in Cultural and/or Developmental Psychology for a tenure track Assistant Professor position to teach beginning September 1, 2019. Primary teaching responsibilities will include Lifespan Development, Cultural Psychology, and Introductory Psychology, with additional courses determined by the candidate’s areas of expertise and the needs of the department.

Teaching load is 6 courses per academic year. Ph.D. in Psychology required. ABD will be considered, but PhD must be in hand by September 1, 2019. Commitment to undergraduate teaching, liberal arts education, actively involving undergraduates in research program, and inclusivity and diversity in both classroom and research lab. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching and research interests in cultural AND developmental psychology who study adolescence, adulthood, or aging and who demonstrate the ability to contribute to fostering diversity of the campus, curriculum, and/or discipline.

Pacific Lutheran University purposefully integrates the liberal arts, professional studies and civic engagement for 3,100 students in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. ( The university is committed to active recruitment of a diverse faculty, staff and student body. For the 2017-18 academic year, 42 percent of incoming first-year students are the first generation in their families to attend college; 37.8 percent self-identify as students of color; and 31.8 percent are Pell Grant-eligible. PLU is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from members of historically underrepresented and minoritized groups, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and others who would bring broadly diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds in educational, research or other work activities.

Full description, qualifications, and application available at Application materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, representative p/reprints, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests with a plan to actively involve undergraduates, and a diversity statement that describes how you will contribute to advancing diversity and equity related concerns through your teaching, research, and/or service. A list of three references will also be required as part of the application. Letters of reference will be requested for semi-finalists. Review of applications will begin January 2, 2019, but the position will remain open until filled.

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Pacific Lutheran University

November 16, 2018
Post-Doctoral Trainees in Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research 

The Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is recruiting post-doctoral trainees for its NICHD-funded Post-Doctoral Training Program in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research. Appointments will be for 2 years beginning in the summer of 2019. The program provides multidisciplinary training with an emphasis on social affective processes, communication, family processes, epidemiology, genetics, and biobehavioral research on intellectual and developmental disabilities. Faculty use sophisticated statistical approaches, longitudinal research methods, brain imaging methods, GWAS, social genomics, and psychobiology, among other approaches to data collection and analysis as applied to intellectual and developmental disability. Candidates should be committed to a research career in the field, have completed prior research & training in the field, and have an outstanding academic record. NIH requires that trainees in this program be U.S citizens, non-citizen nationals, or permanent residents of the US. To ensure consideration, apply by January 14, 2019. Contact [email protected] with questions.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

November 15, 2018
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry / Clinical psychologist

Required Qualifications: PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology from APA-accredited program. Experience in behavioral treatment modalities and cognitive psychotherapy in child adolescent outpatient psychiatry program and working with child and adolescent patients with autism spectrum disorders. New York State license of eligibility, Full time availability.

Preferred Qualifications: Clinical experience in group therapy with children and adolescents. Experience performing neuropsychological evaluations, including ADOS and ADI-R. Post-doctoral fellowship in Child Psychology. Track record of research and teaching/supervision experience.

Responsibilities & Requirements: We are looking for individuals who welcome the challenge and satisfaction of working with a growing team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, board certified behavioral analysts, mental health counselors, educators, and researchers who are all motivated to enhance the range of services provided to adults, children and families.

The Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry will serve as a Clinical Psychologist in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Department of Stony Brook University Hospital. The outpatient program includes a team of ten attending staff and twelve residents/fellows who provide medication management and therapy services to patients with a wide-range of diagnoses in the pediatric population, including patient in the autism spectrum disorder clinic and specialty pediatric clinics.

Responsibilities include direct patient care, including diagnostic evaluations, follow-up care, and teaching sand supervision of medical students, residents and fellows. Shifts totaling 40 hours per week. Research opportunities available. For a full position description or application procedures, visit: (Ref. # F-9778-18-10-F) AA/EOE. Female/Minority/Disabled/Veteran.

Links to apply/view details: Apply Online here.

Stony Brook University

November 14, 2018
Instructor I - Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling

The University of South Florida (USF) Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling Program is seeking a 12-month Instructor for their Master’s Program. This position will be responsible for developing courses for the newly proposed master’s degree, teach classes, and provide clinical supervision in the current program. They will be responsible for coordinating future field placements for the proposed Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) master’s degree. We seek individuals who bring enthusiasm and a deep commitment to academic excellence, within the scholar-practitioner tradition. We are particularly interested in candidates who are able to provide leadership, work with diverse students, stakeholders, and colleagues, and who have experience and credentials in marriage and family therapy, and mental health.

Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate in a Counseling field and identifies professionally as a Marriage and Family Therapist per the COAMFTE accreditation standards. Must be licensed as an LMFT, is eligible for MFT licensure in Florida within a year, and is an AAMFT Clinical Fellow. Additionally, is an AAMFT approved supervisor or an AAMFT supervisor candidate. Preferred Qualifications: Graduated from a COAMFTE accredited masters or PhD program. Has an active license as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Florida, five or more years of professional experience in leadership, teaching and/or delivering clinical services. Has knowledge of local community based mental health services; and demonstrated success in teaching graduate level courses in marriage and family therapy or mental health counseling. The ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm and a deep commitment to academic excellence.

Links to apply/view details: To apply for this position, applicants must apply through the USF online application system at: and search for Job ID 19012. Application Deadline January 15, 2019 A cover letter describing your interest in the position, teaching experience, contact information for 3 references and a CV are required. For questions regarding the position, please contact Search Committee Chair Dr. Amanda Depippo at [email protected].

University of South Florida

November 14, 2018
Multicultural Psychologist

The University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for students, residents, and employees. The Psychologist-Multicultural Specialist is essential for achieving the university’s diversity and inclusion goals. The position serves KUMC students and residents by providing individual, couples, and group psychological counseling, outreach presentations, consultation, supervision of postdoctoral fellows and doctoral practicum students, and crisis response. The Multicultural Specialist supports the department’s and Academic and Student Affairs’ strategic programming initiatives to help culturally diverse students/residents succeed.

The position oversees the multiculturally focused postdoctoral psychology fellowship and diversity training experience for the postdocs, practicum students, and staff. The position engages with a multidisciplinary team that consists of other psychologists, learning specialists, writing specialist, psychiatrist, and health professionals to provide successful outcomes. KU Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.

Links to apply/view details: Application Instructions: To learn more and apply online, please visit or go to and search for position number 01202562.

University of Kansas Medical Center

November 9, 2018
Assistant Professor of Psychology

The Psychology Program ( at CSU Channel Islands invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Psychology with specialization in Cognitive Psychology or Developmental Psychology. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a strong research program, preferably involving undergraduate students. CI seeks candidates with a proven commitment to an interdisciplinary, integrative, and innovative approach to teaching and learning, including the use of technology to improve student engagement and success, with excellence in research and scholarship as well as a commitment to service and shared governance.

Links to apply/view details: For more information and to apply online please visit our website at: Application review begins on November 30, 2018.

California State University Channel Island

November 9, 2018
Assistant Professor of Psychology

The Department of Psychology at The University of Rhode Island invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in our Behavioral Science track beginning in Fall 2019. Applicants should have a background in cognitive psychology or cognitive science, preferably with special emphasis and experience in the areas of health decision making and/or social-cognitive influences on health behavior and health promotion.

Carry out a program of research in cognitive psychology; supervise and advise graduate and undergraduate research; teach graduate and undergraduate courses in cognitive psychology and related areas; actively seek and secure extramural funding for research; provide departmental and institutional service.

Visit URI jobs website: to apply and view complete details for posting (F00113). The search is open until filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by December 7, 2018. Second consideration may be given to applications received by January 7, 2019. Applications received subsequent to the second consideration date (January 7, 2019) may not be given full consideration.

Links to apply/view details: Visit URI jobs website: to apply and view complete details for posting (F00113).

University of Rhode Island

November 9, 2018
Assistant Professor of Psychology - quantitative Health

The Department of Psychology at the University of Rhode Island invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Quantitative and Health Psychology in our Behavioral Science track. Expertise that complements existing strengths could include quantitative modeling, psychometrics, big data methods, mixture/cluster/latent class analysis, and/or open science and reproducibility, among other areas.

The position will be an academic year appointment with an expected start date of July 2019. The successful candidate is expected to teach quantitative courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, publish relevant research in quantitative and health-related areas, secure external funding that will support productive research, mentor graduate and undergraduate students, and provide service to the campus and non-campus communities.

Visit URI jobs website: to apply and view complete details for posting (F00112). The search is open until filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by December 7, 2018. Second consideration may be given to applications received by January 7, 2019. Applications received subsequent to the second consideration date (January 7, 2019) may not be given full consideration.

Links to apply/view details: Visit the URI jobs website at to apply and view complete details for posting (F00112).

University of Rhode Island

November 9, 2018
Clinical Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist – Family PEACE Trauma Treatment Center - Full Time - Days As the #1-ranked hospital in New York (U.S.News & World Report), NewYork-Presbyterian has a long tradition of bringing hope, health and healing to our communities.

The Family PEACE (Preventing Early Adverse Childhood Experiences) Trauma Treatment Center (FPTTC) in the division of the Ambulatory Care Network of New York-Presbyterian Hospital provides high quality therapeutic services for trauma exposed infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, and their caregivers.

The FPTTC is expanding early identification and treatment access for trauma exposed young children and their caregivers and is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill positions made possible by a recent National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) - Category III award as well as a grant from the New York State Office of Victims Services (OVS). The early childhood mental health psychologist will provide Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) treatment for 0-5 year olds and their caregivers, as well as individual and group interventions. This position uniquely offers the opportunity to receive formal training in the evidence-based, trauma-focused, treatment interventions of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) for children under the age of five, and Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency (ARC) for school-age children.

Preferred Criteria

  • Spanish fluency
  • Experience conducting psychotherapy with high-risk populations
  • Experience in one or more of the following areas: Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Trauma Treatment, Early Childhood Mental Health, Parent-Child Psychotherapy
  • Ability to work as part of a dedicated and professional team Required Criteria
  • NYS Licensed or License-Eligible Ph.D/Psy.D.
  • Licensure within 18 months of hire • New York State Limited Permit in Clinical Psychology upon hire

Links to apply/view details: Click here.

New York Presbyterian

November 9, 2018
Assistant Professor - Tenure track

Specialization: Psychology of Diversity. The San Jose State University Psychology Department is recruiting for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in the Psychology of Diversity. The area of specialization is open, with preference for applicants with expertise in social, clinical, and/or developmental psychology. For full consideration, application materials should be submitted by November 30, 2018. A member of the 23-campus CSU system, San José State University enrolls approximately 30,000 students, a significant percentage of whom are members of minority groups. The University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty so our disciplines, students, and the community can benefit from multiple ethnic and gender perspectives.

Links to apply/view details: The full position description can be found at: Psychology of Diversity (click here) 

San Jose University

November 8, 2018
Tenure Track Academic Year Assistant Professor

The ideal candidate’s area of specialization is industrial/organizational psychology or consumer psychology; other sub-disciplines of psychology will be considered as long as the candidate demonstrates expertise in business-related or consumer-related research topics. The candidate must have the ability to teach industrial/organizational psychology and the expertise to develop additional courses in his or her area of specialization.

The candidate is expected to teach primarily undergraduate courses. Additionally, the ideal candidate will initiate and maintain interdisciplinary collaborations with the College of Business Administration and Public Policy and/or with businesses and organizations within and outside the University community. The primary responsibilities of faculty members are to teach; maintain an active research program; advise students; and serve on departmental and university committees. Additionally, the candidate should expect to create courses in her or his specialty area. The appointment will be effective for the fall semester of the 2019-2020 academic year, beginning in August 2019. The Department of Psychology offers a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in psychology (clinical psychology and health psychology tracks).

Links to apply/view details: The position is open until filled. Review of applications will begin in January/2019. For full consideration please submit your completed application no later than January 1, 2019. by visiting California State University, Dominguez Hills employment website for full details at New & Returning Applicants at (Job ID: 3387)

California State University Dominguez Hills

October 10, 2018
Psychology Postdoctoral Resident

Kaiser Permanente Northern California Postdoctoral Residency Programs in Clinical Psychology offer over 70 one-year residency positions in seven training consortiums encompassing 18 training sites across Northern California. Six of our seven consortiums are APA-accredited. Residency positions are designed to provide 2000 hours of supervised clinical postdoctoral training. Positions are 40 hours per week, temporary with benefits. Completion of this program will satisfy one of the requirements to sit for most state Board of Psychology licensing exams. Residents are based in departments of Psychiatry, Chemical Dependency, Chronic Pain, Behavioral Health or Behavioral Medicine, and are provided with two hours per week in each of the following activities: individual supervision; group supervision; and didactic training.

Links to apply/view details: Applications are submitted via APPA CAS. Track portals open on November 15, 2018 and close on January 11, 2019. Please note: Closing date may be extended at any time for any of our tracks. Visit our website for APPA CAS link and information on how to apply (click here), Postdoctoral Residency Programs in Clinical Psychology main page (click here).

Kaiser Permanente Northern California

October 4, 2018