Assistant/Associate Professor of Graduate Psychology/Director of Clinical Training for PsyD program (Tenure Track)
|Department||College of Social and Behavioral Sciences|
|Reports To||Matt Nelson, Dean of College of Social Behavioral Sciences|
|Close Date||Open Until Filled|
The primary function of a full-time, tenure-track graduate faculty member and PsyD Director of Clinical Training, in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, is to provide leadership over the practicum and internship placement and clinical training of doctoral-level graduate students. Additionally, teach graduate psychology courses, guide students in their research activities, participate in academic research, and produce scholarly presentations and publications. Faculty members are also expected to fully participate in university life including committee work and other institutional activities.
- Ph.D., Ed.D., or Psy.D. in preferably clinical or counseling psychology.
- Several years of clinical experience and holds a current psychologist license in Washington State (or is license eligible in Washington State).
- Is involved in ongoing research in psychology and preferably published.
- Is experienced with supervising doctoral-level practicum and internship students.
- University-level teaching experience, with documentation of success in teaching.
- Is committed to establishing and maintaining positive mentoring relationships with a diverse student body.
- Is committed to establishing and maintaining positive relationships with faculty, staff, and the general constituency of Northwest University.
- Is committed to diversity, intercultural education, and multicultural psychology, and is committed to communicating the ethos of “psychology, culture, and social justice” for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
- Is committed to the development of skills in his/her students by advising, coaching, modeling, and direct instruction.
- Possesses a deep, personal commitment to Jesus Christ, to the Spirit-filled life, and to demonstrating integration of faith and learning.
Based on education and experience. The compensation range for associate professor on a 12-month workload starts at $81,409 to a median of $89,116.
For full consideration, please submit the following:
- Letter of interest
- Curriculum vitae
- A list of three professional references with e-mail and phone contact information
- Documentation of highest earned graduate degree
- Documentation of current state license
- Statement of your understanding of the relationship between the Christian faith and the educational mission of the University
- A brief narrative describing the candidate’s personal Christian faith, practice, and current local church affiliation
Applications should be submitted by email to Matt Nelson, Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search procedures will be closed, when a sufficient number of qualified applicants have been identified. Applicants are urged to provide sufficient information, so that the application file may be considered complete at the end of the search period.
Northwest University is a Christian coeducational undergraduate and graduate institution, related to the Assemblies of God, offering baccalaureate and master's, and doctoral level education. The sixty-acre campus is located in Kirkland, Washington, just ten miles from downtown Seattle. The campus is an ideal setting for study, recreation, and inspiration and is centrally located and convenient to industry, business, and commercial activities.
We, the people of Northwest University, carry the call of God by continually building a learning community dedicated to spiritual vitality, academic excellence, and empowered engagement with human need.
In addition, all faculty members at Northwest University must subscribe to our Statement of Faith.
Northwest University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (regional). The University is endorsed by the Commission on Christian Higher Education of the Assemblies of God and the Association of Christian Schools International. The University holds membership in the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Northwest University's College of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The Buntain College of Nursing’s baccalaureate degree is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. In addition, the College of Nursing has received approval from the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission. The University is also approved by the Board of Education and Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Washington to prepare elementary and secondary education teachers and recommend for certification. It is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Northwest University's doctoral program in counseling psychology is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).
The University is approved by the Federal and State Governments for student aid programs and for the training of international students. Selected programs of study are approved by a Washington State Approving Agency for enrollment of those eligible for benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, U.S. Code and by Washington State for training in Vocational Rehabilitation. It is listed in the current bulletin, "Accredited Higher Education Institutions," published by the U.S. Office of Education.