July 11, 2014

2 Tenure-track faculty positions in clinical psychology at Georgia State University


The Department of Psychology at Georgia State University aims to hire multiple faculty in 2015, pending budget approval. The department has 42 faculty members and over 100 graduate students across five doctoral programs, including Clinical, Cognitive Sciences, Community, Developmental, and Neuropsychology & Behavioral Neuroscience.

Two Clinical Psychologists (Assistant/Associate Professors). Qualified applicants at the assistant level must be developing an independent research program that will be competitive for external funding, whereas qualified associate professors must have external funding in place to be competitive. Applicants must be committed to training in a scientist-practitioner-oriented doctoral program, and be prepared to contribute to clinical training via teaching, supervision, mentoring of graduate students, and to undergraduate instruction. One position is for a candidate whose research and expertise contributes to programmatic strengths in clinical neuropsychology. The second position is open to candidates whose research will complement current interdisciplinary strengths. For both positions, candidates with research, clinical, and/or teaching expertise with diverse populations, including young children and aging adults, and/or with interest in assessment supervision are particularly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. from an APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Program and be eligible for Georgia licensure (successfully completed EPPP and postdoctoral hours) at the time of appointment, with the expectation that Georgia licensure will be obtained within one year of appointment. Applicants should send a letter of application that discusses their program of research/scholarship inclusive of future goals, philosophy of teaching a diverse student body and evidence of teaching effectiveness, and areas of clinical expertise and relevant clinical experiences with specific details about their license eligibility by the time of employment. Applicants should send curriculum vitae and representative publications and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to clsearch@gsu.edu. Review of applications will begin September 1, 2014 and will continue until the positions are filled. Senior level clinical faculty with imaging interests should see two special open rank positions in Human Neuroimaging at http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwpsy/3580.html).

Georgia State University is a growing urban research university of over 32,000 students located in downtown Atlanta with access to a metropolitan population of over five million. The department (www.gsu.edu/psychology) is committed to serving our diverse student body (http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwpsy/5441.html). GSU houses several interdisciplinary initiatives and centers in which faculty are actively involved, including the Georgia State/Georgia Tech Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (www.cabiatl.com/cabi), the Language Research Center, the Center for Research in Atypical Development and Learning, and University initiatives in Language & Literacy, Brains & Behavior, and the Partnership for Urban Health Research (http://urbanhealth.gsu.edu/index.htm).

GSU is a Research University of the University System of Georgia that is committed to serving a diverse student body (http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwpsy/5441.html) and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages applications from women and minority candidates.

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