Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University is conducting a national search for three full-time tenure-track faculty positions to begin in August 2020. These positions will likely be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. We seek psychologists who will serve on the graduate faculty in clinical psychology, and whose interests are in research and teaching in one or more of the following general areas: Biological Bases of Behavior, Clinical Interventions, including Group Psychotherapy, and courses related to the Integration of Psychology and Theology.
Faculty members are expected to teach primarily graduate courses in our doctoral programs, mentor research, advise students, and provide clinical supervision. We anticipate that successful applicants will hold a PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, and be licensed or license-eligible to practice psychology in California.
Rosemead School of Psychology offers PhD and PsyD programs in Clinical Psychology (both APA accredited since 1980), an undergraduate Psychology major (BA), degree completion program in Applied Psychology (BS), and includes the Biola Counseling Center. The counseling center serves as a training center for Rosemead students, has an APA accredited internship, and provides services to the university and broader community. Rosemead also developed and publishes the Journal of Psychology and Theology. Rosemead has a strong history of training students from a psychodynamic perspective within the context of multiple models of psychotherapy and evidence-based practice.
In a continuing effort to enrich our academic environment, we actively encourage applications from candidates who represent minority groups underrepresented in higher education (including, but not limited to, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities). Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to work effectively with diverse populations and integrate multicultural content and issues into their teaching.
As a private Christian University, Biola seeks faculty whose personal theological beliefs are in agreement with the Biola Theological Positions and maintain a lifestyle consistent with the Biola Standard of Conduct, with a compatible commitment and evidence of interest in relating psychological theory, research, and practice to the evangelical Christian faith.