Wright State University
Job Summary\/Basic Function: The School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) at Wright State University (WSU) is seeking outstanding applicants for the position of Assistant Professor in our APA-accredited doctoral (Psy.D.) program. The position is available to start as early as July 1, 2018. This position is a renewable annual contract, pending funding. The successful candidate will join a diverse and innovative faculty who are active in teaching, service, practice, and scholarship. Applicants must have a commitment to graduate instruction and training effective clinicians, well informed by psychological science. We are a generalist program, areas of specialty remain open. However, assessment and child\/adolescent experience are priority areas for this position. Academic teaching areas could include, but are not limited to, integrative assessment, cognitive assessment laboratory, interviewing. Minimum Qualifications All candidates must hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or a related field from an APA-accredited program. Must be licensed in Ohio within three months of hire. Experience providing evidence-based interventions. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Preferred Qualifications Broad assessment experience and prior teaching experience are preferred. Essential Functions and percent of time: (20%) Teaching and dissertations (20%) Supervising students clinically (20%) Service, advising and committee work (20%) Scholarship (20%) Practice and program development Essential Functions and percent of time (cont'd): Working Conditions Professional office environment at the Duke Ellis Human Development Institute in Dayton, Ohio. Typical work hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. Some evening work hours may be required. Periodic travel to the main campus in Fairborn, Ohio will be required. Special Contract terms and conditions of employment apply. Length of contract is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding. To preserve the safety and security of the campus community and to maintain the integrity of university operations, it is the policy of Wright State University before making an employment offer conduct various background checks, such as a criminal record, credit history when job related and\/or education verifications. Additionally, an administrative review shall be conducted whenever the university learns that an employee is charged with or convicted of a crime (except for minor vehicle violations). Frequently asked questions related to background checks may be found on the human resources website at http:\/\/www.wright.edu\/human-resources. Effective July 1, 2017, per Policy 7230 Wright State University is tobacco-free. Tobacco use, including the sale, advertising sampling and distribution of tobacco products and tobacco related items is prohibited in all university facilities, on all university owned or leased grounds, university owned or operated residence halls and apartments, and at all university sponsored events regardless of location. Tobacco use is also prohibited in all university vehicles or on any equipment owned, leased or operated by Wright State University. This policy applies to anyone on campus including students, faculty, staff, visitors, consultants, vendors, patients, volunteers, and contractor employees.
Wright State University
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Originally founded as a branch campus of The Ohio State University and Miami University, Wright State became an independent institution in 1967. On November 28, 2012, Presidents E. Gordon Gee from Ohio State and David Hodge from Miami joined Wright State President David R. Hopkins for a special Presidential Lecture Series event in celebration of Wright State’s 45th anniversary.