The Department of Family Medicine at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, New Jersey, is seeking a licensed psychologist (PsyD or PhD) for a full-time faculty position. The qualified candidate must possess experience in the administration & delivery of primary patient care services in an inter-professional setting. A secondary appointment to the Rowan University Psychology Department and supervision of Psychology PhD student is possible.
Primary responsibilities of this position include:
- Provide psychological assessment and evaluation of patient, treatment and referrals in the Mt. Laurel outpatient office
- Provide consultation to other clinical staff in the department as requested
- Adhere to standards and values of patient-centered care
- Serve as Course Director for longitudinal pre-doctoral community service course
- Responsible for all aspects of course instruction including curricular development & maintenance, instruction and assessment
- Maintain & grow relationships with community partners
- Serve as Project Director for AHEC grant
- Responsible for success of key programmatic deliverables, including AHEC scholars program
- Liaison for the department with key grant partners including sites, faculty & granting agency
- Provide faculty development for AHEC Directors, Coordinators & Preceptors
- Write new/renewal proposals for AHEC grants and any related progress report submissions
- Conduct site visits to AHEC centers
- Participate in pre and post-doctoral training activities, education & feedback within the Department of Family Medicine
- Participate in teaching activities and staff development of the department
- Involvement in department, school and university committees
- Collaborate with ongoing research activities
- Perform other duties as designated by the department Chairperson
Candidates must possess a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited doctoral program
Candidate must be licensed in the state of New Jersey at the time of hire.
Candidate should be a highly organized and creative problem-solver who values the importance of medical education, is an effective communicator & demonstrates excellence in interpersonal skills. An interest in substance use counseling is preferred.
Rowan University values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. All positions are contingent upon budget appropriations.
Please note that the Stratford Campus is a tobacco-free workplace.