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Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology

Employer
University of Denver
Location
USA, Denver, Colorado
Salary
Negotiable

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Education, Child Development & Family Studies, Social Sciences, Psychology & Behavioral Science
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Job Details

The Department of Psychology at the University of Denver is a research-oriented department, which values a collaborative and integrative approach to psychological science that fosters intellectual curiosity and innovation and invests in people in a supportive and inclusive environment (see www.du.edu/psychology for more information). Our mission is to advance psychological science by generating and sharing new knowledge through collaborative scholarship, educating and mentoring student scholars, and contributing to the public good. Our vision is to be an inclusive intellectual community that fosters discovery and innovation.

Position Summary
We seek a candidate for a 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position, beginning Fall 2022, in the clinical psychology area. Our Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program is APA-accredited and was ranked #50 of clinical Ph.D. programs nationally by U.S. News and World Report in 2020. Our clinical program ascribes to a clinical science model and belongs to the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science. We have a specialty emphasis in children, adolescents, and families. Candidates should be license eligible in the state of Colorado.

For this position, we seek candidates with a program of research focused on inequities that impact externalizing psychopathology. We define the externalizing domain broadly to include behaviors and disorders, such as (but not limited to) aggression, temperamental factors, emotion dysregulation, oppositionality, ADHD, conduct problems, and substance use/abuse. We have special interest in scholars who address inequities and externalizing psychopathology with expertise in (1) early childhood, (2) adolescence, and/or (3) family processes and factors (e.g., parenting practices, dyadic and family relationships, adversity and stressful life events). We also define inequities broadly to encompass a full range of systems and issues that impact underserved populations in mental health. We see possibilities for a scholar to connect with our current research at many methodological levels, including (but not limited to) basic science, prevention, screening and assessment, intervention, and/or implementation.

Essential Functions

  • All candidates should have a strong commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education and demonstrated aptitude for excellence in teaching, including classroom teaching, mentoring, and clinical supervision.
  • Maintain an ongoing research program.
  • Teach 4 course equivalents per year (on the quarter system) as assigned, divided among graduate and undergraduate courses; including University and department core requirements, elective and specialized courses, and clinical supervision.
  • Supervise graduate student research projects, theses, and dissertations.
  • Participate in department and university citizenship and service activities commensurate with a full-time faculty member.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Research skills commensurate with area of study.
  • Strong potential for high-quality teaching and mentoring.
  • Strong potential for high-quality clinical supervision in evidence-based approaches.
  • Experience working with culturally diverse populations.
  • Expertise in inclusive pedagogical practices.

Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Psychology (ABD considered for an Assistant Professor hire with completion date before September 1, 2022). If dissertation is not complete, individual will hold the title of Instructor.
  • Licensed or license-eligible in the state of Colorado.
  • Research skills appropriate for area of study.
  • Strong potential for high-quality teaching and mentoring.
  • Strong potential for high-quality clinical supervision in evidence-based approaches.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Psychology or related field.
  • Evidence of high-quality teaching, mentoring, and clinical supervision.
  • Experience working with diverse student and community populations.

Application Deadline
For best consideration, please submit your application materials by October 3, 2021. Applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled.

Special Instructions
Candidates must apply online through jobs.du.edu to be considered.

Salary Grade Number
The salary grade for the position is UC.

Salary Range
The salary range for this position is $80,000 - $90,000.

The University of Denver has provided a compensation range that represents its good faith estimate of what the University may pay for the position at the time of posting. The University may ultimately pay more or less than the posted compensation range. The salary offered to the selected candidate will be determined based on factors such as the qualifications of the selected candidate, departmental budget availability, internal salary equity considerations, and available market information, but not based on a candidates sex or any other protected status.

Benefits
The University of Denver offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO pass. The University of Denver is a private institution that empowers students who want to make a difference. Learn more about the University of Denver.

Organization

Founded in 1864—just a few years after the city of Denver itself was founded—the University of Denver is one of the country's premier private universities.

The University's 125-acre campus, a few miles south of downtown Denver, is home to more than 11,500 students hailing from all regions of the United States and 83 other countries.

The University offers:

Regardless of what they study, University of Denver students embark on a personal educational journey that helps them find and follow their individual purpose.

Collaborative, Experiential Learning

Our students work closely with faculty, peers and members of the community on projects, research and fieldwork. They cross disciplines to discover new perspectives and approaches to problem solving.

In and out of the classroom, our students learn by doing, whether they're collecting data in the field or putting theory into practice in a clinical setting.

The University of Denver Culture

Across the University of Denver’s many divisions, departments, and offices, supervisors are searching for new employees who strive to excel and innovate, prize integrity, and who value the opportunity to engage with the community.  The University is always looking for creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners who want to know more and do more.

At the University of Denver, our culture is steeped in ethics and social responsibility. As a result, our faculty and students represent a wide array of perspectives and enjoy the healthy dialogue that grows out of diversity. University of Maryland, Baltimore

For all their differences, the members of our community are united by a common purpose: They're determined to confront society's most pressing challenges—everything from world health and the global economy to access to education.

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