Current Open Positions
Job #: 1658
Performs skilled work in maintaining, operating, and repairing of all campus buildings and facilities, inspect, repair, install, and maintain physical facilities requiring skilled mechanical and trade work, requires a good well-rounded working knowledge in all fields such as electrical, carpentry, welding, plumbing, etc., performs work in the inspection, repair, construction and documentation of all work, systems, and hazardous conditions.
Job #: 1646
The ideal candidate to become Dean is an accomplished, visionary leader with the ability and strong desire to lead Pacific University’s School of Graduate Psychology to the next level of achievement and prominence. The Dean must possess a clear vision of the value and role of clinical psychology within a comprehensive university and within a college that integrates professional studies, diversity, clinical service, and research/scholarship. The Dean must be an excellent communicator and collaborator. The Dean represents the School of Graduate Psychology to the rest of the university and to the local community, and participates actively in national, regional, and local conversations about psychological and health education, as well as research. The Dean must be attuned to developing trends in psychology, and must be proactive in identifying program, research, and practice opportunities. The Dean must support individual and collaborative efforts, both within and across disciplines, to foster excellence in education, to conduct meaningful research, and to provide evidence-based clinical care. The Dean must ensure a competitive and sustainable future for the School of Graduate Psychology while considering the financial needs of the College and university. The Dean will have a genuine interest in – and a passion for – the university’s historic mission of serving the underserved as well as the University’s Vision 2020 goal of embracing a rich diversity of ideas, people, and cultures and the College’s mission of preparing leaders for a diverse global community. The candidate for Dean must be a psychologist eligible for licensure in Oregon; have an earned academic doctoral degree; and have a minimum of six years of full time higher education experience, with a minimum of three years of full-time experience in a graduate-level clinical psychology program.
Job #: 1649, 1653, 1654
Pacific University College of Optometry is seeking applicants for tenure-track and extended-term faculty positions for our OD, Applied Vision Science, and Graduate Vision Science programs with expertise in contact lenses, binocular vision, or primary care. The successful candidates will have an OD degree and be eligible for licensure to practice optometry in the State of Oregon. Preference will be given to applicants with an advanced degree (PhD), residency/fellowship training, and/or advanced professional development. For applicants to our new Applied Vision Science program, fluency in both English and Chinese/Mandarin languages is desired.
Job #: 1651
Under supervision of the Supervisor University Mail Services, the Mail Services Customer Service Specialist is accountable to manage the Hillsboro customer service area, performs mail services such as selling stamps, supplies, posts letters and packages. Process all meter mail and USPS, UPS and Fed EX packages in accordance with postal and shipping regulations. Maintaining critical time lines for distribution and processing. Keep accurate records utilizing appropriate postage codes for accounting purposes. To provided customer service to the University community in accordance with University policies and procedures.
Job #: 1647
The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) at Pacific University is seeking applicants for a full time 12-month Post-Doctoral Psychology Residency Position in its Latinx Psychology Emphasis (Sabiduría) in the Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health (PCH) Clinics, beginning August 2018. Sabiduría: Latinx Psychology Emphasis combines academic and clinical training experiences intended to prepare students to work with the Latinx community. For more information visit our website at http://www.pacificu.edu/sgp/clinical/sabiduria.cfm
Job #: 1606
The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in Fall 2018. We seek applicants with a doctorate in Community Psychology or Clinical Community Psychology to join the faculty of our MA/MS Program in Applied Psychological Science. Experience in applied research and formulation of collaborative community partnerships is desirable. Individuals with experience or research in diversity issues, including health or healthcare equity, are particularly encouraged to apply. We are an academic community that is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of master’s students in applied psychological science with emphasis in either clinical or community-based research application. The successful candidate will teach, mentor students, offer university service, and conduct and supervise research, including any or all of the following: program evaluations, needs assessments, and community-based participatory projects.
Job #: 1643
Reporting to the Manager of Student Support, the Student Support Specialist will provide a variety of support services to graduate and professional students, primarily those in the College of Optometry and the College of Education. The person in this position will work to support graduate and professional students who are struggling academically, professionally, and personally. They will partner with campus resources and assist in getting students connected with resources and offices which can assist the student in being successful. This position is also responsible for planning events related to graduate and professional students. The person in this position is also the primary advisor for the Professional Student Senate.
Job #: 1645
The Electronic Resources Specialist delivers leadership in providing access to traditional and emerging electronic collections. In addition to managing the complexity of traditional electronic collections, this position also collaboratively works on special projects to prepare for and create the future of Pacific’s electronic collections. In the rapidly changing landscape of electronic resources, this position requires flexibility and adaptation to changing technologies, audiences, and outcomes. This position also provides support for the maintenance of our print periodicals collection.
Job #: 1644
Provide student and program academic and clinical support services, with emphasis in the scheduling areas, that support the mission of the College to produce competent practitioners trained in diverse education. This is a .80 FTE position (32 hours per week).
Job #: 1636
Serves as an office assistant in the School of Physical Therapy. This is a part-time position. .50 FTE
Job #: 1639
Campus Public Safety Officers identify crime, security and safety risks in and around the University campuses and initiate appropriate action to remove or reduce those risks. Performs varied assignments related to enforcement of laws, rules, regulations and policies and provides security, safety and emergency response services to students, faculty and staff.
Must be Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) certified or eligible.
Job #: 1630
The College of Business, Pacific University, Oregon invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor of marketing to serve the undergraduate and graduate business programs beginning in Fall 2018.
Job #: 1621
The Assistant/Associate Dean for Academics and Assessment (ADAA) reports to the Dean and serves on School of Pharmacy (School), College of Health Professions (CHP) and University committees. In collaboration with the Director of Curricular Operations, Deans, the Curriculum and Assessment Committees, the ADAA is responsible for evaluating and providing recommendations for program effectiveness, curriculum improvement (including interprofessional and experiential curricula), student progression, and student learning, based on outcome assessments. Other responsibilities include providing faculty guidance regarding curriculum and instructional policies, tools, and procedures.
Job #: 1577
A creative librarian who is flexible, collaborative, and able to deliver responsive and innovative information services in the health sciences, this position serves as the Pacific University Libraries’ liaison to the College of Health Professions, College of Optometry, and School of Communication Sciences Disorders in the College of Education. Responsibilities include collaborating with health sciences faculty to teach information literacy, to develop evidence-based practice curriculum, and to contribute to life-long learning skills development through a competency-based curriculum. This position is also responsible for ongoing development of the library collections that directly support these programs. In addition, this position participates in reference and information services in the Libraries. The Health Sciences Librarian reports to the University Librarian, is a member of the Library Faculty, and works as a team member with both library faculty and staff in a rapidly changing, technology-rich environment.
Job #: 1561
The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in our Neuropsychology track, beginning Fall 2018. We seek applicants with a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology and training in neuropsychology. Our Neuropsychology track is modeled after Houston Conference Guidelines and students in the track complete seven classes in neuropsychology, yearly neuropsychology practica, and neuropsychology based research. SGP is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of clinical psychology doctoral students to work as health service psychologists in a range of healthcare settings and roles. The successful candidate will join the Neuropsychology track, teach, mentor students, conduct and supervise research, and do clinical supervision in SGP’s training clinic. Candidates must be licensed or license eligible in Oregon.
Job #: 1607
The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for an extended term position* as a Director of Clinical Training in charge of practicum placements at the Associate Professor or Professor level, beginning Fall 2018. The candidate will work closely with the current Director of Clinical Training to support community placements for three programs.
From time-to-time the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders hires licensed speech-language pathologists in part-time positions to supervise graduate students within one of our community partner sites. Our needs vary with respect to specific clinical populations [range pre-school through geriatrics and diagnoses that include, but are not limited to: childhood speech and language disorders, cleft palate and craniofacial conditions, autism spectrum disorders, bilingual populations (Spanish), brain injury, stroke, dementia, voice and resonance, transgender speech and voice, and more]. Previous experience with supervision of graduate students or clinical fellows preferred.
Job #: 1593
Come join the faculty at an established and highly successful School of Physician Assistant Studies (SPA) in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Pacific University is seeking applicants for an extended term track or tenure track, Assistant Professor. SPA is housed within the College of Health Professions of Pacific University and is located in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon. The College of Health Professions is home to schools of audiology, dental health science, health care administration & leadership, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and professional psychology. Opportunities for interprofessional collaboration are available and encouraged.
Job #: 1418
Serves as Director of Educational and Patient Care for Pacific University College of Optometry