Half Time Clinical Faculty Member in International Disaster Psychology

Half Time Clinical Faculty Member in International Disaster Psychology

Half Time Clinical Faculty Member in International Disaster Psychology

The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver is seeking a half time core faculty member specializing in disaster trauma work with transnational populations.  The position is a half-time clinical appointment.  Salary and rank will depend on academic and clinical or field experience. Duties include teaching in the Master’s Program in International Disaster Psychology, advising, supervising local and/or overseas practica, administrative duties with the Trauma and Disaster Recovery Clinic and participating as a core member of the GSPP.  The applicant should have sufficient academic background and field experience in disaster and trauma psychology to be able to teach a variety of courses in the program.   Preference will be given to license or license eligible applicants.  A doctorate in psychology is preferable.  Inquiries may be addressed to Dr. Judith Fox, Director, Master’s Program in International Disaster Psychology, at jufox@du.edu.  Subject to budget availability, preferred starting date is September 2014. For job postings, please go tohttps://dujobs.silkroad.com/. To be eligible, applicants must apply online.

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