The Psychology Department in the School of Social Sciences invites applications for a full-time tenure track position in Clinical or Counseling Psychology to begin August, 2019. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate that they can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our community.

Duties of the Position

Teaching responsibilities typically include 12 units of undergraduate curriculum as well as three units of indirect responsibilities including advising each semester. Depending on the needs of the department and the applicant’s areas of expertise, the selected candidate will teach courses in at least two of the following general areas: personality, psychopathology, multicultural psychology, and counseling or clinical psychology. Faculty members are expected to infuse diversity perspectives into their teaching and prepare students to effectively work with diverse populations. In addition to teaching, research, and scholarship, faculty are expected to provide academic and career advising to students, assist the department with program assessment, administrative and/or committee work, and serve on campus-wide committees. The ideal candidate will have: (1) a promising program of research that could involve undergraduates, and (2) a dedication to educating students to work with under-represented populations. We will give strong preference to candidates who focus on research relevant to social justice, broadly defined.

Professional Qualifications

To be recommended for appointment, the candidate must have:

  • Earned doctoral degree before August 2019 granted from an APA accredited institution and candidates must be eligible for licensure in California.
  • experience studying and/or working with diverse and underrepresented populations.
  • evidence of effective undergraduate teaching.
  • an active program of research or scholarship with some record of peer-reviewed publication and presentation at professional conferences.
  • demonstrated commitment to work successfully with diverse and underrepresented students, staff and faculty.

Learn more—and find application instructions—at the full call, here.