Core Faculty – PsyD in Clinical Psychology
Location: SeattleCLICK HERE TO APPLY
Antioch University Seattle
Position to begin in Fall 2021.
The School of Applied Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy at Antioch University Seattle invites applications for a full-time core faculty position in our APA-accredited doctoral psychology (PsyD) program in Clinical Psychology. The mission of our PsyD program, founded in 2004, is to educate students to become informed, effective practitioner-scholars and change agents in a diverse world with a strong emphasis on social justice. Core faculty participate fully in the academic and governance functions of the program, the school, and the university. Key responsibilities include carrying the equivalent of 24 quarter-units per year in addition to other duties; mentoring students (including dissertation, clinical supervision, and academic advisement); participating actively in program, school, and university-wide committees and functions; maintaining a program of scholarship, professional and community service. Ideal candidates would have specialty knowledge in personality theory, qualitative research, history and systems of psychology, and adult development. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching at the graduate university level and have an active clinical practice. We desire a proven history of active participation in teaching, clinical practice, supervision, and research. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Ideal candidates will complement and build on existing strengths within the program. Successful candidates will bring evidence of an active research program, innovative clinical interventions, or engagement with public policy.
Founded in 1852, Antioch established itself as innovative education from its inception, and in the 1920s Antioch became synonymous with sweeping transformations in higher education. Today, Antioch University Seattle, along with the other four campuses and two campus-wide programs make up Antioch University, take pride in our progressive heritage and continues to foster ground-breaking programs in higher education. The PsyD program continues this tradition of innovative education while holding to the highest professional standards in clinical psychology and valuing contextual theory and diversity. To learn more about our program, our unique history, and student-centered educational philosophy, visit https://www.antioch.edu/academics/psychology/clinical-psychology-psyd-aus/
Applicants must have a minimum of a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (PhD or PsyD) and be licensed or licensable in Washington State as a clinical psychologist with a minimum of two years post-licensure experience. Graduates from APA-accredited doctoral programs with APA-accredited internships are preferred.
Equivalent education/experience may substitute for minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. (See next page for application instructions and other important information.)
Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status, or disability in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs.
For accommodations to complete the application process, and/or if selected for an interview, please contact the Human Resources Department at 206.268.4022. TTY: 206.728.5745.
Complete and submit the following documents:
- Cover Letter
- Resume or Curriculum Vita
- Applicant Data Form (optional)
- Names, addresses (including e-mail addresses), and telephone numbers of four references. References will not be contacted without prior approval of the candidate.
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