Assistant/Associate Clinical Psychology Professor (China Project)

  • Date Posted:   2013-10-08
  • Department:   SOP Faculty
  • FT/PT/Temp:   Full-Time
  • Exempt Status:   Exempt
  • Pay Rate:   Salary is commensurate with rank and experience
  • Reports To:   Dean of the School of Psychology

Summary

Position Type

Full-Time

Description

THE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY AT FULLER SEMINARY invites applications for a full-time,tenure-track position in clinical psychology. Area of research specialization is open but applicants with primary interests in cross-cultural studies, community psychology, cultural psychology or psychology of religion are especially encouraged to apply. Additionally, applicants with interests in family therapy, child/adolescent development, or trauma are also encouraged to apply.

Essential Functions

Faculty responsibilities include work with Fuller’s emerging initiatives in Mainland China in psychology and pastoral counseling, which will include teaching, research, and mentoring of graduate students. Additionally, the successful candidate will be expected to travel to China two to three times per year, organize conferences and develop research collaborations with Chinese scholars. Preference will be given to candidates who are fluent in Mandarin.

Requirements

Qualified applicants will have a PhD or PsyD and a strong research record.

Special Requirements

Must be willing to sign Fuller’s Statement of Faith. All teaching and management positions are restricted to persons who will affirm in writing the Statement of Faith of Fuller Theological Seminary

All employees (faculty, managers, and staff) are expected to adhere to the ethical standards affirmed in the Seminary's Statement of Community Standards as a continuing condition of employment.

Notes

Candidates should submit an electronic packet (one pdf) including a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and representative publications/reprints and arrange to have three letters of recommendations sent to:

Ginger Eppinette, Director of Administration

School of Psychology

gingereppinette@fuller.edu