Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at Hofstra (NY)

Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at Hofstra (NY)


Department of Psychology

Assistant Professor for Clinical Psychology

 The Department of Psychology at Hofstra University invites applications for an anticipated full-time, tenure-track assistant professor position in Clinical Psychology beginning September 2015.  Candidates with interests in any area of child, adolescent or adult psychopathology or psychological treatment, are encouraged to apply.  The position is primarily for the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, although some undergraduate teaching is required as well.   Our Ph.D. program follows the scientist-practitioner model and faculty members’ clinical orientation is primarily cognitive and behavioral.

Applicants should have been awarded their Ph.D. by August 2015 in Clinical Psychology. Candidates should show clear evidence of research productivity along with the potential to develop an independent program of research, and a significant commitment to teaching and supervision at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Hofstra University is located on Long Island in close proximity to New York City (25 miles east of Manhattan), with its wealth of business, entertainment, and cultural opportunities. Our faculty and students have diverse backgrounds and we strongly encourage diverse applicants. See the following links for more information about the university and our Clinical Ph.D. program

To apply, send a cover letter outlining research and teaching interests; curriculum vita; representative reprints/preprints; graduate transcripts; and three letters of recommendation to: Clinical Search Committee, c/o Dr. Keith Shafritz, Department Chairperson, Department of Psychology, 135 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, 11549-1350.   Deadline:  Applications will be reviewed beginning September 15 and will continue until the position is filled.

Hofstra University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, administrative staff and student body, and encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.