The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Louisville invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position in Clinical Psychology at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 1, 2021.
The University of Louisville celebrates diversity of thought, perspectives, and life experience. To meet the needs of our multicultural student body and expand our connections to the vibrant community in which we work, our department seeks a colleague who is committed to mentoring students from diverse backgrounds and is prepared to train Ph.D. students in clinical skills broadly, and especially with respect to cultural competence.
Successful candidates will hold a Ph.D. from an APA-accredited Clinical Psychology program and be license-eligible. They will maintain an excellent record of research productivity in any area that complements or extends existing areas of research in the Department (http://www.louisville.edu/psychology/research) and demonstrate potential for securing extramural funding. Research that addresses dimensions of culture or diversity would be welcomed. As part of our commitment to teaching, the successful candidate will be expected to provide graduate clinical supervision, mentor graduate and undergraduate students in research, and engage our undergraduates in large lecture classes. Ability to teach advanced statistical approaches is desirable.
The Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program has a flexible training model that accommodates clinical science and scientist-practitioner approaches, permitting students to vary their training emphasis in accordance with their career aspirations. The University of Louisville is an urban research university with a student body of 22,000 and 12 colleges or schools, including a Health Sciences Center with separate Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health and Information Sciences. The University is one of only a few that hold both Carnegie Very High Research and Community Engaged University designations; many of our faculty conduct clinical research in the community. The University of Louisville’s commitment to diversity and inclusion (http://louisville.edu/diversity/about-us/what-is-diversity) has resulted in national recognition for providing a welcoming and supportive environment for Black and LGBTQ students. It is located in the heart of a metropolitan area of nearly 1 million people that has an affordable cost of living, and is known for its vibrant arts scene, parks system, and culinary excellence.
Women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply