The Psychological Services Clinic (PSC), a community psychology clinic housed in the Psychology Building, in the Psychology Department, within the College of Arts and Sciences, seeks a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology to join our team. The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college and the academic heart of the university. The College hosts 81 majors. With 38 departments, 20+ world-class research centers, and more than 2,000 faculty and staff members, students have the unique opportunity to study with the best artists, scholars, and scientists in their field. The College values diversity and offers a supportive, open, and inclusive community.
The Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology directs services delivered in the PSC; oversees administration of all clinic operations; develops, modifies, and enforces policies and procedures for the PSC including record keeping, report writing, management of confidential data, release of information, and other patient relevant systems; provides clinical training and supervision to graduate students in doctoral program in clinical psychology who deliver services in the PSC; oversees initial screening, diagnostic assessment, and treatment processes; manages patient caseloads to maintain adequate clinical experiences for students in the PSC; initiates and leads meetings with clinical area faculty area regarding relevant PSC issues, including problems students encounter in the course of training; develops evaluation standards to measure the effectiveness and reach of clinical intervention and assessment services? prepares reports and summaries of services provides in the PSC, including the effectiveness of these services; identifies areas requiring additional services to meet the training needs of students and needs of patients seeking services in the PSC; promotes and publicizes services offered in the PSC by conducting outreach to relevant campus and community organizations and overseeing development of promotional materials; serves as the HIPAA Compliance and Security Officer for the PSC and serves as resource to relevant campus and community groups; teaches the Introduction to Clinical Practice course to all incoming 2nd year graduate students; develops coursework to instruct students on topics including ethics, intervention and assessment techniques, consultation, supervision, diversity, and professional development; facilitates and oversees clinical research in the PSC; develops and manages data collection systems for PSC clients and therapists in consultation with clinical area faculty, participates in study design meetings and maintains an PSCIRB, with an option to participate in clinical research with faculty members; assists in the oversight of external practicum placements for graduate students; develops and distributes supervision ratings by external supervisors; organizes, maintains, and evaluates external practicum placements; communicates with external practicum supervisors in an ongoing manner; provides functional supervision of program area associate with regard to PSC duties; supervises work of graduate students with graduate associate appointments in the PSC.
Additional Information for Applicants::
Apply to Academic Jobs Online at: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14833. A complete application consists of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Inquiries may be directed to Jennifer Cheavens, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctoral degree in psychology required; licensed or license-eligible in the state of Ohio required; considerable knowledge of education and administration principles required; considerable experience in program planning and administration required.
Demonstrated expertise in providing evidence-based assessment and treatment services desired; clinical supervisory experience desired.
Target Salary: $70,257.93 - $76,792.32 Annually
Job Category: Instructional/Faculty
Job Appointment (FTE%):
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, and protected veteran status.
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