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Assistant Professor (Clinical Pharmacology) at the University of Louisville

Oct 19, 2023 | Faculty Positions, For educators

About the Job:

Department: Psychology

Location: Belknap Campus

Time Type: Full time

Worker Type: Regular

Job Req ID: R102857

Position Description:

THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, LOUISVILLE, KY. The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Louisville invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in clinical psychology at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 1, 2024. Successful candidates will hold a Ph.D. from an APA- and/or PCSAS-accredited Clinical Psychology program or related field. They will be expected to maintain an excellent record of research productivity and to contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching missions of the department.

We invite individuals whose research complements or extends other research foci in the department, including adult and child psychopathology (e.g., suicide, anxiety, eating, and mood disorders), digital health technology and intervention development, health psychology, geropsychology, and racism/BIPOC/ LGBTQ+ mental health (http://www.louisville.edu/psychology/people/faculty). Applicants with research areas that connect with others in our department will be particularly attractive to build on departmental strengths and support collaborative grant applications. We especially encourage individuals with a research program that actively involves underrepresented populations and who demonstrate the potential of attracting extramural funding.

The Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program has a flexible training model that accommodates clinical science and scientist-practitioner approaches, permitting students to vary their training emphasis in accordance with their career aspirations. The department hosts two baccalaureate degree programs (Psychology and Neuroscience) and two doctoral programs (Clinical Psychology and Experimental Psychology), and participates in an interdisciplinary doctoral program in Translational Neuroscience. The applicant will be a core faculty member in our clinical program and will contribute to both undergraduate and graduate level programs. Applicants with experience or desire to teach research methods, statistics, psychopathology, assessment, and/or provide clinical supervision to graduate students are especially encouraged to apply.

The University of Louisville is an urban research university with a student body of 22,000 and 12 schools, including a Health Sciences Center with Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health and Information Sciences. The University is one of only a few that hold both Carnegie Very High Research and Community Engaged University designations. Research facilities include access to a large computing cluster, a Siemens 3T Skyra MR scanner, and several common research core facilities (https://louisville.edu/researchcores).

The University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion (http://louisville.edu/diversity) has resulted in national recognition for providing a welcoming and supportive environment for Black and LGBTQ+ students. We are committed to attracting and hiring individuals from historically under-represented groups, and culturally humble individuals, who demonstrate capacity to create inclusive work environments, work effectively on diverse teams, and serve the increasingly diverse students we admit and want to retain. The university is in the heart of a metropolitan area of nearly 1 million people that has an affordable cost of living, and is known for its vibrant arts scene, parks system, and culinary excellence.

We encourage and invite applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Exceptional applicants whose research, teaching, and/or service is situated in anti-racism, decolonization, and/or liberation frameworks will receive strong consideration. In particular, we are interested in candidates whose work advances social justice and amplifies voices that have been minimized, discounted, or otherwise erased from psychological science.

Application and vita must be submitted via online application.
Please submit the following required components via email to Search Committee, Ms. Elizabeth Willis, elizabeth.willis@louisville.edu. Include "Clinical Psych" in subject line:

1. Cover letter

2. CV

3. Representative reprints and preprints

4. Names of three reference letter writers and corresponding email addresses. Letter writers will be contacted directly to provide reference letters should we choose to move forward with your application.

5. Research statement that addresses program of research and plans for research and potential collaborations in the department.

6. Teaching statement that addresses specific graduate and undergraduate teaching interests along with ability to be licensed as a psychologist in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and interest in clinical supervision-related teaching.

7. Diversity statement that articulates the candidate's commitment and contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion in teaching, research, and service, and their vision for future contributions.

Statements should be no longer than 2-3 pages each.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The University of Louisville is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, age, color, national origin, ethnicity, creed, religion, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, pregnancy, or veteran status. If you are unable to use our online application process due to an impairment or disability, please contact the Employment team at employment@louisville.edu or 502.852.6258.

Assistance and Accommodations

Computers are available for application submission at the Human Resources Department located at 215 Central Avenue, Ste 205 - Louisville, Kentucky 40208.

If you require assistance or accommodation with our online application process, please contact us by email at employment@louisville.edu or by phone 502-852-6258.

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