Open Rank Clinical Faculty Position
Department of Educational Psychology College of Education and Human Development
Texas A&M University
The Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University seeks applicants for a clinical faculty member at the rank of clinical assistant or clinical associate professor who will direct its Counseling and Assessment Clinic (CAC) in collaboration with our two APA- accredited doctoral programs in Counseling Psychology (CPSY) and School Psychology (SPSY). The CAC’s priorities are to provide supervised clinical training experiences for CPSY and SPSY doctoral students while delivering low-cost, high quality psychological services to support the local community. Students in these professional psychology programs provide all services under the supervision of CPSY and SPSY faculty who are licensed psychologists.
In operation since 1984, the CAC has operations on two campuses. The CAC’s Community Health Center location (CAC-CHC) is just 2 miles from Texas A&M University and offers counseling services to the local community. CAC-Milner is located on the university’s main campus and provides assessment services for students and the community.
We seek applicants with experience in clinical training settings who are skilled in providing/supervising evidenced-based mental health interventions for diverse populations. The successful applicant will have experiences in daily clinic operations, EMR scheduling software maintenance, and clinic staff management. Applicants should share our dedication to high-quality teaching and graduate student mentorship. Applicants with experience serving child, adolescent, and adult populations are highly preferred.
The CAC Director reports to the Executive Director of the CAC and serves as a clinical (non-tenure- track) faculty member in the Department of Educational Psychology. This is a 9-month faculty appointment with additional summer employment available to help support year-round clinic operations. Rank (i.e., assistant, associate, or full clinical professor) and salary is commensurate with level of experience.
The position responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- Administer daily CAC operations.
- Work with Executive Director in providing administrative oversight of CAC operations.
- Provide clinical supervision of graduate students engaged in clinical practicum experiences.
- Teach graduate courses and mentor graduate students.
- Support clinic-related research and outreach activities in partnership with colleagues in the CPSY and SPSY programs.
- Monitor clinical activities of students and supervisors.
- Oversee the training and work performance of clinic staff.
- Work with Executive Director on clinic evaluation and impact reports.
- Serve as a liaison with external practicum sites.
The CPSY (http://cpsy.tamu.edu) and SPSY (http://spsy.tamu.edu) doctoral programs are housed in the Department of Educational Psychology along with academic programs in Special Education; Bilingual Education; Research Measurement and Statistics; and Learning Sciences. Both of these professional psychology programs also have strong ties with the University’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (in the College of Liberal Arts) and School of Public Health. Notably, the Counseling Psychology Program operates a Telehealth Counseling Clinic (http:///telehealthcounseling.org) through a partnership with the School of Public Health. The Educational Psychology Department and Texas A&M University provide a stimulating and supportive environment for the operation of the CAC, teaching, and outreach with a strong value on collaborative and interdisciplinary products.
Bryan/College Station is a diverse community of 250,000 residents that offers a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities and is convenient to major metropolitan areas.