The School Psychology Program, in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), at Rutgers University-New Brunswick invites applications for a 12 month, non-tenure track appointment, at the rank of assistant or associate professor, for Fall 2020. Our APA-accredited and NASP-approved Psy.D. program prepares students to provide school psychological services that are evidence-based, culturally-responsive, collaborative, and coordinated with other educational and health services.
The Director of Clinical Training will work in collaboration with the Department Chair to guide the school psychology program in all matters relevant to clinical training; student evaluation and experience; and maintaining program accreditation. We are seeking candidates with expertise in the provision and supervision of evidence-based mental health assessments and interventions across a diverse range of populations and settings. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to high quality clinical training, supervision, and teaching along with a vision for expanding school psychology services and programs provided to children, youth and families with a particular emphasis on underserved communities.
Candidates must also contribute to the programs’ longstanding commitment to the role of context, systems, culture, and all forms of diversity in psychological and educational functioning. In addition, there are opportunities for teaching and clinical supervision. Finally, collaboration with faculty in the clinical and applied departments along with collaborating with the Director of GSAPPs’ Center for Psychological Services is essential.
It is preferred that the successful candidate will also be eligible for psychology licensure in New Jersey and will exhibit a commitment and ability to prepare students to work with individuals from a diverse set of cultural backgrounds. We strongly encourage applicants who would enhance the diversity of our faculty.
Rutgers University is a leading national research university and member of the Association of American Universities, a highly selective organization comprised of 65 leading research universities in North America. Rutgers is also a member of the Big 10 and its academic consortium, the Committee on Institutional Cooperation.
Aligned with Rutgers University is Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, New Jersey’s academic health center which provides an integrated approach to educating students, providing clinical care, and conducting research, all with the goal of improving human health.
The Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology houses doctoral programs in School Psychology and Clinical Psychology, as well as a Master’s Program in Applied Psychology, and is recognized for excellence in the education and training of professional psychologists.
More information on the School Psychology Program can be found at https://gsapp.rutgers.edu/
Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled, with a start date of 7/1/20 preferred. Please apply online, with your letter of interest, vitae, and names of references at Rutgers Employment Opportunities [https://jobs.rutgers.edu/
Minimum Education and Experience: Doctorate in School or Clinical Psychology. Eligible for psychology licensure in New Jersey. Professional experience developing and coordinating clinical training and internship experiences, supervision at the doctoral training level
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Strong commitment to high quality clinical training, supervision, and teaching commitment to the role of context, systems, culture, and all forms of diversity in psychological and educational functioning. Strong collaboration skills
To apply, please see: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/