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. 

Review of applications will begin October 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a detailed letter of interest and competencies, curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations, reprints or preprints (if available), and names of three professional references to Dr. Michael Daniel at or School of Graduate Psychology, Pacific University; 190 SE 8th Avenue, Hillsboro, Oregon 97123-4216.

SGP is located in downtown Hillsboro, adjacent to Tuality Community Hospital. SGP has two integrated health/mental health clinics, the Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health Clinics in Downtown Portland and in Hillsboro.  The College of Health Professions is home to schools of physical therapy, audiology, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, dental health science, pharmacy, and healthcare administration.  Opportunities for interprofessional collaboration are plentiful and encouraged.  Pacific University’s Health Professions campus, located in Hillsboro, OR, is 15 miles west of Downtown Portland and easily accessible by public transit. The Portland-metro area consistently ranks among the most livable regions in the U.S., and the surrounding area (e.g., Mt. Hood National Forest, Pacific Ocean, Willamette Valley) provides a diverse variety of recreational activities.


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