The Department of Psychology at Middle Tennessee
State University (MTSU) invites applications for a full-time, tenure track
faculty position in Clinical Psychology at the assistant/associate professor
rank. Special consideration will be given
to those with behavioral and/or CBT training.
The start date for this position is August 1, 2019.
The position requires undergraduate and graduate teaching, thesis supervision, and the development of a research program. Teaching may include Behavioral Assessment and Interventions courses and other graduate clinical psychology courses; undergraduate teaching may include Behavior Modification or Abnormal Psychology.
When fully staffed the Psychology Department at MTSU has 36 tenure track faculty, 5 graduate programs, 3 undergraduate majors, and 5 minors. The Clinical Psychology program prepares students for employment at the Master's level or to continue for doctoral study. Tracks include psychological assessment, applied behavior analysis, and health/neuropsychology. Course work is in preparation for employment in clinical assessment and/or applied behavior analysis.
Desirable: Candidates from an
APA-approved program and internship, those eligible for licensure in TN as a
Health Service Provider, and those with graduate coursework in behavioral assessment
and interventions will receive special consideration.