TWO OPENINGS — West Virginia University’s Department of Psychology (www. psychology.wvu.edu) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions beginning August 2014 in Clinical Child Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor and Life-Span Developmental Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor. Area of research expertise for the Clinical Child position is open, including research conducted within community settings (e.g., primary care clinics, schools, community agencies). The successful Clinical Child candidate will adhere to a behavioral orientation and will be required to secure and maintain licensure in West Virginia. The Life Span position requires doctoral training in developmental psychology, an active research program that complements the Developmental faculty, and the potential to contribute to graduate training in life-span psychology. Both positions require a Ph.D. by the starting date and evidence of strong potential in research and teaching. Obtaining significant external research support, as well as undergraduate and graduate teaching (including student research supervision and, for the Clinical Child Psychology position, clinical practicum supervision) are expected. Laboratory facilities will be assigned in our Life Sciences Building. Additional facilities and opportunities for both positions are available through the University Health Sciences Center, Center for Excellence in Disabilities, Center for Advanced Imaging, and the Center for Neuroscience. The Department of Psychology has 27 full-time faculty, 90 graduate students, and 800 undergraduate pre-majors and majors. Ph.D. training is offered in Behavior Analysis (ABAI accredited), Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical and Clinical Child Psychology (APA accredited), and Life-Span Developmental Psychology. Review of applications will begin September 15, 2013, and continue until the positions are filled. Send (electronically) a letter outlining teaching and research interests and plans for obtaining external research support, a vita, three letters of recommendation, and three (p)reprints to our administrative associate at ude.uvw.liam|nosterbegnE.aneleS#ude.uvw.liam|nosterbegnE.aneleS. Inquiries may be directed to Christina Duncan in Clinical Child Psychology (304-293-1289, ude.uvw.liam|nacnuD.anitsirhC#ude.uvw.liam|nacnuD.anitsirhC), or JoNell Strough in Life-Span Developmental Psychology (304-293-4924, ude.uvw.liam|hguortS.lleNoJ#ude.uvw.liam|hguortS.lleNoJ). WVU is the academic home to 29,000 students and is one of 10 U.S. land-grant institutions with an academic medical center. Morgantown, West Virginia is located within 75 minutes of Pittsburgh and 3.5 hours of Washington D.C. It has been recognized as one of the most livable small cities in the U.S. WVU is strongly committed to diversity and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. WVU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and a recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Award for Gender Equity. WVU’s Dual Career Program is designed to help meet the needs of professional couples.
WVU Developmental & Child Clinical Positions