General Information: The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (accredited by the American Psychological Association) invites interested applicants to apply for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor to begin Fall 2019. This is a nine-month tenure-track position with the potential of an additional summer month. Faculty are eligible for federal benefits. The position involves teaching, research and scholarly activities, as well as clinical supervision responsibilities at the doctoral level. We seek applicants with a strong commitment to contributing to the diversity and excellence of our community.
The Department of Psychology has three-degree programs: an undergraduate major (BA) in Psychology; a specialist-level program (Psy.S.) in School Psychology; and a doctoral (PhD) program in Clinical Psychology. Website (https://www.gallaudet.edu/department-of-psychology)
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- Faculty members teach three courses per semester in the doctoral program. This required course load includes supervision of graduate student projects each semester, including pre-dissertation and doctoral dissertation research. Currently, we are seeking candidates who could potentially teach courses on specific evidence-based psychotherapies, other psychological treatment approaches, psychological assessment, psychopathology, and/or social psychology. Other teaching areas may be included depending upon the faculty member's interests and skills
- Candidates also will be expected to supervise psychotherapy or psychological assessments conducted by graduate students during their practicum courses
- Develop and maintain an active program of scholarly activity that includes graduate students
- Engage in services activities supporting the Psychology Department, University, profession, local community, and/or the deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and deaf disabled communities.
- A PhD degree in Clinical or Clinical Child Psychology from an APA-accredited program and completion of an APA-accredited or equivalent internship
- A valid state (or District of Columbia) license as a Psychologist, or be license eligible as a Psychologist in the District of Columbia
- Demonstrated past experience or potential skills in the areas of graduate level teaching, supervision in clinical psychology or related specialties in psychology, and research mentoring
- Clinical experience working with deaf and hard of hearing people is preferred. Clinical experience working with other underrepresented groups is encouraged
- Proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable at the time of hire; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with the Gallaudet University Faculty Handbook
(Please submit the following documents in an electronic file format to Lawrence.firstname.lastname@example.org)
- A cover letter clearly outlining your qualifications, interests, and fit with the position
- A statement of teaching philosophy that includes experiences fostering multicultural competencies
- If available, copies of reprints, preprints, or other scholarly work
- A current CV
- Three letters of reference (Can be sent directly from the references)
- Official graduate transcripts (Sent directly from the University)
Additional materials may be requested at the time of interview.
Questions about the position and application materials also may be addressed to:
Lawrence Pick, PhD, ABPP
Chair, Clinical Psychology Search Committee
Department of Psychology
S406 Hall Memorial Building
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Video Phone: (202) 250-2931 or Lawrence.email@example.com