| Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Trauma Psychology
|The UCCS Psychology Department is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor faculty position in Clinical Psychology, beginning August 2015. Candidates must have a Ph.D. from an APA accredited program and be licensed or eligible for licensure in the state of Colorado. Experience with evidence based trauma treatments is required.
Responsibilities include: teaching primarily graduate courses in a new Trauma Psychology curricular focus, supervising clinical work in the Veteran Health and Trauma Clinic, supervising student research activities, and conducting active programmatic research including seeking external funding. Area of research within Trauma Psychology is open, but experience with military trauma would be a positive.
|Psychologist (Aging Center)||
In affiliation with the UCCS Psychology Department, the Aging Center (AC) is a community-based mental health clinic for older adults and their families and a university psychology training clinic. The AC serves more than 2,500 older adults annually through four core service centers: Memory and Cognitive Assessments, the Aging Family and Caregiver Program, Psychotherapy, and Clinicians in the Community integrated healthcare programs. The Psychologist will assist in the integrated healthcare service center and may be required to work in other core service centers, depending on interests, experience and programmatic needs.