Department: CAS Psychology
Rank: Assistant Professor, Clinical
Annual Basis: 9 Month
Review of Applications Begins
April 1, 2017; position open until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of personal contributions to foster an environment of equity and inclusion for people of diverse backgrounds, and three letters of recommendation. The statement can be uploaded in the teaching statement field and letters can be uploaded as additional documents.
The University of Oregon Psychology Training Clinic (http://psychology.uoregon.edu/psychology-clinic/) provides clinical doctoral students training with individual and group treatment formats, using cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral activation, and dialectical behavior therapy approaches.
To complement our training and services, we are recruiting a pro tem clinical psychologist who must have an OR license prior to starting and whose expertise and interests include conducting psychological assessments. One primary goal for this position is to create an 'in-house' assessment practicum, which conducts integrative assessments for children, adolescents, and adult clients from the community and university. The clinical associate professor should have extensive experience using neuropsychological, intellectual, and personality assessment tools as well as experience providing training and supervision to students. The clinical assistant/associate professor will train and work with student trainees on administering, scoring, interpreting, writing, and providing feedback for clients, as is developmentally appropriate for each trainee. The clinical associate professor will also supervise student trainees in delivering psychological therapies. Additional duties will include teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses relevant to their expertise. Previous university-level teaching experience is highly desirable.
The position is for 2 years with the potential for renewal.
• PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology
• Expertise in psychological assessment delivery
• Expertise using evidence based psychological interventions
• Competency communicating with other psychologists
• Competency working with clients who are diverse in age and background
• Competency working with clients with various types of psychological disorders
• Experience supervising students who are learning assessment and intervention skills
• Teaching and didactic training experience
• Experience initiating new service delivery (i.e. generating referrals)
• Experience developing a new course offering at the university level
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