Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology (Tenure Track)
Location: Athens, Ohio
Type: Full Time
Salary: Commensurate with experience
College / University
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience, while also considering internal equity. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package including paid holidays, sick time, personal time, a tuition waiver up to 100% for self and dependents, a comprehensive insurance package (including but not limited to health, prescription, vision, dental, and life insurance), an excellent retirement plan with up to a 14% company contribution, a 12-week parental leave program, adoption reimbursement, transgender care, flextime and flexplace policies, counseling and mental health care, access to professional development programs and more. Additional information is available at https://www.ohio.edu/hr/benefits.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 20161870F
The Department of Psychology at Ohio University invites applications for an Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) position.
This is a tenure-track position within our American Psychological Association-accredited clinical psychology Ph.D. training program. Ohio University is a Carnegie Foundation R1 (highest research activity) institution, and the successful applicant will demonstrate strong research promise. Our clinical program follows the scientist-practitioner model of training and maintains an on-site training clinic that provides ample opportunities for clinical practice and research. Reflecting the department’s commitment to collaborative, cross-disciplinary scholarship, research specialties often cut across both the experimental and clinical psychology programs. Multiple resources for developing and maintaining a strong research program are available, including infrastructure for grant procurement, research lab space, and start-up funds. Responsibilities include maintaining an active, high-quality, fundable research program, directing graduate student research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, supervising assessment and/or psychotherapy practica, and participating in departmental service. Teaching load is typically 1-2 courses each semester with opportunity for summer teaching.
Candidates must be committed to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.
Ohio University has a rich history, diverse campuses, international communities, and beautiful Appalachian settings. As part of our ongoing efforts to provide and support a transformative learning experience, we affirm our commitment to fostering a welcoming, respectful, diverse, and inclusive workforce and community. Athens, home of Ohio University, provides a classic and vibrant residential learning environment for over 20,000 students, and is a family-friendly and culturally rich community. The charm of treelined brick walkways on the University’s College Green makes you feel as if you are at a small college rather than a large university. Recently, Athens was rated the Best College Small Town by the readers of USA Today.
The Department of Psychology has 27 full-time faculty across the main campus and seven regional campuses and centers in Southern and Central Ohio. The Department of Psychology is committed to excellence in research, teaching, and service to 60+ graduate students and the 900+ undergraduate students it serves. The department is commonly recognized as the top 1-2 departments at Ohio University because of excellent research and outreach to students. The clinical psychology program is within the College of Arts & Sciences and is central to Ohio University’s transformative learning experience. Within the adult clinical psychology program, we have faculty focused on both assessment and psychotherapy research.
The Psychology Department at Ohio University values the variety of perspectives and knowledge that diversity brings to our community. The department is committed to promoting diversity in research, teaching, and faculty/student recruitment in all its forms – race/ethnicity, identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinions—through inclusive practices, policies, curricula, and programs that lead to a welcoming, respectful, supportive, and affirming environment.
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