PsyD Program Director and Executive Director of Fuller Psychological and Family Services
- Date Posted:
- Exempt Status:
- Pay Rate:
Salary is commensurate with rank and experience
- Reports To:
Dean of the School of Psychology
The position will be open until filled. There is no closing date.
THE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY AT FULLER SEMINARY invites applications for a full-time appointment to the Department of Clinical Psychology. We are seeking a faculty member who has experience in management, grant-writing, and/or supervision, and is committed to the development of graduate student clinicians.
Responsibilities include administration of the on-site training clinic, Fuller Psychological and Family Services (FPFS), as well as oversight of the PsyD program in clinical psychology.
As Executive Director, the successful candidate will lead the development of a strategic plan and long-term vision for FPFS, write and administer grants to support the neuropsychology and community outreach functions of the clinic, manage FPFS income and costs, ensure compliance with current and future state and national mental health regulations, and supervise FPFS professional staff.
As PsyD Program Director, the successful applicant will provide leadership and vision to the PsyD training program, teach a course in our PsyD-specific curriculum (Marketing Professional Services, Program Administration, or Program Evaluation), and will serve on departmental committees representing the needs of the PsyD program (i.e., Curriculum and Clinical Training).
The PsyD Program Director/Executive Director of FPFS will be a full voting member of the doctoral psychology program and of the School of Psychology (which also includes masters level programs in Marriage and Family).
The School of Psychology is committed to training women and men to be sensitive to cultural and social contexts and to integrate psychological and Christian theological understandings of human behavior in clinical practice.
Qualified applicants will have a PsyD in Psychology, a strong record of administration, management, grant writing, community collaboration, and/or teaching, as well as the ability to integrate psychology and theology.
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.
Candidates should submit an electronic packet (in ONE pdf) including a letter of interest (including a description of leadership philosophy and vision), curriculum vitae, one sample publication (if available), and arrange to have three letters of recommendation electronically submitted to
Director of Administration, School of Psychology