SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Open Rank School Psychology Position
THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY invites applicants for a tenure-track Assistant (beginning or advanced), Associate or Full Professor position in its APA-accredited School Psychology Program to begin August 2016. Applicants must have a PhD from an APA-accredited school psychology, clinical child psychology, or closely related field, and have completed a school/clinical internship (APA-accredited or the equivalent). The candidate must also show evidence of research funding and productivity and high-quality teaching. Eligibility for licensure as a psychologist in Wisconsin is highly preferred and strongly recommended.
Competitive applicants will have research and teaching interests and expertise that are consistent with the prevention and intervention science emphasis of the Department of Educational Psychology. Applicants should have an interest and relevant background for teaching core courses in the School Psychology Program at the graduate level and for developing undergraduate courses in the area of prevention and intervention science. Preference will be given to a scientist-scholar-practitioner with a clearly established research program involving a focus on evidence-based practice, problem-solving consultation, and/or prevention and intervention science. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Position responsibilities include (a) graduate teaching (2:2 load) and academic advising, (b) maintaining a productive program of research and successful record of research funding, (c) research supervision of graduate students, (d) serving on departmental and university committees, and (e) performing university and community service as appropriate. Salary is commensurate with experience. For detailed information about the department and School Psychology Program see: http://edpsych.education.wisc.edu
The School Psychology Program and Department of Educational Psychology are ranked among the best in the United States. Madison, Wisconsin is one of the most livable cities in the United States.
Candidates should submit a vita, letter of application summarizing research and teaching interests aligned with prevention and intervention science, 2-3 representative publications, and three letters of recommendation. Application submissions should be submitted via the link below (preferred). Paper submissions may be sent to: Maribeth Gettinger, Department of Educational Psychology, 1025 W. Johnson Street, Madison, WI 53706. For full consideration, all application materials must be received no later than January 9, 2016.
Questions regarding the department or position may be directed to ude.csiw.noitacude|hcraesps-hcyspde#ude.csiw.noitacude|hcraesps-hcyspde. Please reference PVL #84495 in the subject line.
Consistent with university policy, a criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.