Professional Clinician, College of Humanities and Social Sciences Auckland

The School of Psychology at Albany seeks to appoint a qualified clinical psychologist with a scientist-practitioner background to join our clinical training team. Successful applicants will assume primary responsibility for teaching the skills courses for the first and second year clinical training students, coordinating the external pre-internship placements, and organising and contributing to the internship training programme.

Applicants must have either a Masters degree accompanied by a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology, a Master of Clinical Psychology or a Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree and must be currently residing within New Zealand. The successful candidate will be registered with the New Zealand Psychologists Board, hold a valid Annual Practising Certificate and be a full member either of the New Zealand Psychological Society or the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists. Where appropriate, opportunities for consultancy work may be available in the Schools Clinics.

The successful applicant will engage primarily in clinical training teaching. Collaborative teaching and research among colleagues within Massey Universities expanding multi-campus Psychology programmes is a priority. Staff may be required by the Head of School to teach for short periods on any campus of the University. As part of Massey Universities commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi, the School of Psychology incorporates a bicultural focus into its programmes.

Any enquiries can be directed to Associate Professor Joanne Taylor, Director of Clinical Training - Information about the School of Psychology and the University can be accessed via

Closing date: 31 July 2022
Reference number: CHSS_SP_756_06/22 

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