13037: School Psychology Practicum Coordinator and Lecturer (or Senior Lecturer)

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School Psychology Practicum Coordinator and Lecturer (or Senior Lecturer) - Archive
Special Education and Clinical Sciences

Posting: 13037
Location: Eugene
Closes: 2013-05-27

The Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences in the University of Oregon’s College of Education invites applications for the position of practicum coordinator and lecturer or senior lecturer in our nationally recognized graduate program in school psychology.  This is a continuing non tenure-line faculty position.  We seek a highly skilled school psychologist who is committed to excellence in teaching and practice, and who desires to mentor our outstanding graduate students in their professional development of applied clinical skills.

Terms of Appointments

1.0 FTE for the 9-month academic year.
Limited summer employment for teaching or supervision may be negotiated.
The appointment begins in September 16, 2013.

Required Qualifications

(1)  Earned doctoral degree in school psychology
(2)  Minimum two years' experience as a school psychologist in a public school setting
(3)  Eligibility for an Oregon TSPC school psychologist license
(4)  Strong expertise in the behavioral-ecological oriented and intervention-focused practice of school psychology consistent  with the University of Oregon program’s training model
(5)  Ability to work with school age students with and without disabilities
(6)  Ability to work with educational and community stakeholders, including families, service providers, and educational staff
(7)  Ability to work in multicultural settings with diverse populations
(8)  Ability to teach, advise, and mentor graduate students in practice issues relevant to school psychology
(9)  Evidence of excellence in providing supervision in school psychological service delivery
(10)  Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues within the program and department, and across the College of Education

Preferred Qualifications

(1)  Earned doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program

(2)  Earned doctoral degree from a NASP-approved program

Responsibilities

(1)  Coordinate field studies and practicum placements for graduate students in school psychology

(2)  Provide supervision for field studies and practicum experiences for graduate students

(3)  Teach up to three additional graduate courses related to school psychology, consistent with program and departmental instructional needs

(4)  Advise master’s and licensure-only students

(5)  Represent the program in selected department, college, and external committees

(6)  Contribute to program governance

Compensation

Salary will be based on training and experience, commensurate with other College of Education lecturer or senior lecturer rank positions.  Compensation includes an attractive fringe benefits package with health care, sick leave, tuition reduction, and other benefits.

To Apply:  Electronically submit (1) a letter of application including a statement of qualifications in relation to listed qualifications and responsibilities, (2) curriculum vitae, and (3) three letters of reference and contact information for your referees.  Submit your materials to SPSYSearch@uoregon.edu.  Inquiries should be addressed to Dr. Laura Lee McIntyre (541.346.7452), chair of the search committee.  To be assured full consideration, materials should be submitted by 4:00 pm (PST) on March 15th, 2013.  The position will remain open until filled.  Final candidates must be able to successfully complete a criminal records background check.

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