Academic/Faculty, Other - Academic/Faculty, Social/Behavioral Sciences
Position Title: Tenure Track (Open Rank) Clinical Psychology
Classification Title: FT Faculty UDMPU (9 month)
City/Campus: Detroit - McNichols
Position Status: Full Time - Faculty Nine Month
The Department of Psychology at University of Detroit Mercy seeks to fill two tenure-track positions in clinical psychology beginning August 2019. The positions are at the rank of assistant professor (although outstanding candidates at another rank may be considered) and involve teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and serving as core faculty in the APA-accredited program in clinical psychology. The Department places a strong value on a collaborative, cohesive and culturally sensitive approach to enhancing students’ educational experience. The University offers competitive salaries and exceptional fringe benefits.
The Department of Psychology is one of the University’s largest departments, with four practice-oriented graduate programs (Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Psy.S. School Psychology, M.A. Clinical Psychology, M.A. Industrial-Organizational Psychology), an outpatient training clinic, and a large undergraduate major and two minors. The doctoral program in clinical psychology utilizes a practice-oriented, scientist-practitioner model that emphasizes psychoanalytic perspectives in clinical work and research, as well as training in other evidence-based methods.
University of Detroit Mercy is located in a dynamic and growing area of Detroit and is central to a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities. The University is committed to social justice and the surrounding community.
Required Qualifications: - A Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program with an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship - Strong affinity for and ability to teach at undergraduate- and graduate-levels - Clear evidence of research productivity or potential - Clear evidence of the capacity to direct undergraduate and master’s-level research projects as well as doctoral dissertations - Commitment to cultural inclusion and diversity
Although candidates specializing in any area of clinical psychology will be considered, demonstrated expertise in one of the following areas is especially welcomed: clinical assessment, clinical intervention, developmental, social, quantitative methods, or biological bases of behavior.
Job may require lifting light weight objects (1 to 10 pounds) with no repetitive bending or stooping. Occasionally lift average weight objects (1 to 10 pounds).
Regular exposure to favorable conditions such as those found in a normal office.
Licensed or license-eligible in Michigan with strong clinical experience
Salary/Pay Information: Commensurate with Experience
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Application review will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Priority will be given to applications received before March 1, 2019. Applications should include a cover letter, vitae, three recommendation letters, selected preprints/reprints, and evidence of teaching effectiveness.
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About University of Detroit Mercy
Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus. The university seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University's urban mission, commitment to diversity, and tradition of scholarly excellence. The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.
Internal Number: CLAE-0008-035
About University of Detroit Mercy
The University of Detroit Mercy has one goal - to help our students realize their dreams and ambitions. We fulfill that goal by offering challenging academic programs taught by talented, committed professors and supplemented by hands-on research, co-op, and internship opportunities.