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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology

Posted on Dec 8, 2018 by University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR 72701
Education
9 Nov 2018
Annual Salary
Full-Time
The Department of Psychological Science at the University of
Arkansas invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the
rank of Assistant Professor in CLINICAL psychology. Appointment is
set to begin August 2019. All areas of Clinical Science will be
considered; we are interested in an inclusive and diverse pool of
applicants.
A competitive startup package is available.
Successful applicants must have (1) a PhD from an APA-accredited
Clinical or Counseling Psychology program and be license-eligible
in the state of Arkansas; (2) an outstanding record of research
achievement and evidence of, or demonstrated potential for,
external funding; (3) a strong commitment to both graduate-level
training and undergraduate instruction; (4) demonstrated commitment
to diversity and inclusiveness, including the ability to mentor
students from underrepresented backgrounds, consistent with our
Department's Diversity Mission Statement ()
and our campus-wide strategic plan ();
(5) ability to supervise clinical work involving diverse cases
(including children and families); and (6) demonstrated effective
interpersonal skills and collegiality. There is the potential for
affiliation with related multidisciplinary programs across the
university (e.g., Gender Studies, African and African American
Studies, Asian Studies, Indigenous Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin
American and Latino studies, Middle East Studies) as part of this
appointment. For the complete announcement, visit the University of
Arkansas Human Resources website at
.

Completed applications received by December 15, 2018, will be
assured full consideration. Late applications will be reviewed as
necessary to fill the position.
Applicants should submit (a) a
cover letter, (b) a CV, (c) representative publications, (d) a
research statement, (e) a teaching statement, (f) and a diversity
statement sharing how they will advance the U of A's commitment to
inclusive excellence. A list of three professional references
(name, title, email address, and contact number) willing to provide
letters of reference will be requested during the application
process. Materials should be submitted online via the secure
application site at
.
Questions regarding this position can be sent to Dr. Ana Bridges
(). Visit
our website,

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for
more information.

The Department of Psychological Science values and is committed
to fostering a climate that advances
diversity, inclusivity,
respect, and social justice. Further, the University's Office for
Diversity and Inclusion strives for inclusive excellence, which
entails total campus engagement in supporting the ideals of
diversity and inclusion. Fayetteville is part of Northwest
Arkansas, an area that has a growing population of over 500,000.
Northwest Arkansas has one of the fastest growing Hispanic/Latino
populations, comprising over 30% of the population of Springdale
and Rogers, neighboring cities to Fayetteville, and includes the
largest Marshallese population outside of the Marshall Islands.
Northwest Arkansas is known for its beautiful scenery, a temperate
climate, varied recreational and cultural opportunities (see e.g.,
,
),
excellent schools, a nationally recognized economy, and an active
regional airport with direct flights to major cities ().

The University of Arkansas provides an internationally
competitive education for undergraduate and graduate students. The
university contributes new knowledge, economic development, basic
and applied research, while also providing service to academic and
professional disciplines. The Carnegie Foundation classifies the
University of Arkansas among only 2% of universities in America
that have the highest level of research activity. The Department of
Psychological Science is also home to a major private endowment
that supports its research mission, and education at the University
of Arkansas is supported by the $300 million gift from the Walton
Family Foundation.

The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity institution
committed to achieving diversity in its faculty. Therefore, the
University is especially interested in applications from
qualified candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our
academic departments. The university welcomes applications
without regard to
race/color, sex, gender, pregnancy, age,
national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status,
protected veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual
orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected
under applicable federal or state law.
Persons must have
proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first
day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public
disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act. Category: Education , Keywords: Psychology - Assistant Professor

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