Southeastern Psychological Association

Job Postings

R3 Continuum Panel

R3 Continuum is seeking master and doctorate level Psychologists to join our panel.

Fitness for duty evaluations:
The purpose to evaluating an employee is to determine whether they can safely perform the essential functions of their job. This involves reviewing employment records, clinical interview, administering psychological testing, provider or collateral interviews, and producing a report summarizing your conclusions and answering specific questions. Volume of work varies. This requires a doctorate degree, an active state license, and it is preferred that you have an office to see patients.

Disruptive event management:
providing psycho-educational resources soon after a disruptive event; working with managers on how best to help their employees, providing psychological first aid to the employees in group and individual settings, and linking employees to their employee assistance programs. Disruptive events can be job-site accidents, on- and off-the-job site fatalities, bank and retail robberies, and downsizings. The volume of work does vary. This requires an independent license, master degree in mental health discipline, and specialized training in resiliency/psychological first aid with groups (or be willing to take a DEM training).

TeleGard face to face:
providing standard psychotherapy services, reporting paperwork will be provided to you. This requires an independent license, master degree in mental health discipline, and an office to see patients that is not in your home. 

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If you are interested in joining our panel for any of these services, please provide a copy of your CV to

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Catawba College, Salisbury NC

The Department of Psychology at Catawba College will hire an 18-month Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology for a position that begins in January, 2017, and continues through the 2017-2018 academic year. We seek a person with a Ph.D. and teaching experience in applied psychology, broadly defined, but with a community-health focus. The ideal candidate will offer general education courses (specifically general psychology) and other courses (e.g., health psychology, abnormal psychology, forensic topics, health) for majors and minors in psychology and allied fields, including Sport and Health Sciences, Nursing, Administration of Justice, and Sociology. The teaching load is four courses per semester. Additionally, the applicant will also teach a cognitive psychology (with laboratory) course for majors for the fall semester.

Find out more about the psychology department and its students at

Completed applications must include: a letter of interest that includes the names and contact information of three professional references, a curriculum vita, and a statement of teaching philosophy. Direct your materials to

Catawba College is an equal opportunity employer. As such, the College is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status unless allowed by law and deemed necessary to the operation of the College. The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination.