The Department of Psychology at Marshall University is seeking applicants for a tenure-track faculty position to teach in the graduate and undergraduate programs. The Department of Psychology is home to a robust undergraduate program, a general masters’ program, a clinical psychology masters’ certificate program, and an APA-accredited Psy.D. program.
Applicant must have a doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program by the date of hire. Area of specialization is open. In addition to content courses in their area of expertise, applicants should be prepared to teach graduate courses in psychotherapy (group, individual, theory) and crisis intervention. Additionally, applicants should be licensed or license-eligible as a psychologist in WV and be prepared to provide clinical supervision of a wide age range of clients with various presenting problems who seek therapy and assessment services from our graduate students in the masters and Psy.D. programs. If interested, the opportunity to take on some administrative duties related to the graduate programs may be available after the successful candidate becomes established within the Department and University. Applicants with an understanding of the scholar-practitioner model are preferred, as are generalists who are knowledgeable in various theoretical frameworks. Other responsibilities for this position include developing a program of research, supervision of student research at the graduate and undergraduate level, some undergraduate teaching, and service activities. Candidates should anticipate teaching courses on both the Charleston and Huntington campuses. We also seek a colleague who will contribute to the University’s general education curriculum with its emphasis on First-Year Seminar which is intended to enhance students’ critical thinking, and the College’s support of interdisciplinary programs.
Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology at the time of hire. Area of specialization is open.
How to apply
Marshall University is an AA/EO employer dedicated to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students. Marshall is a recipient of a NSF-ADVANCE institutional transformation award, which seeks to increase the representation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers. Marshall is also part of the NSF-LSAMP: Kentucky West Virginia Alliance for Minority Participation Project to increase both the total number of STEM degrees awarded and the number of STEM degrees awarded to underrepresented students. Successful women and minority applicants can benefit from these programs.