e-mail address for correspondence.
Apply to: Dr. Virginia Diehl, Psychology Department, Western Illinois University; 1 University Circle;
Macomb, IL 61455-1390. Western
Illinois University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. In that
spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a
broad spectrum of people.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
PSYCHOLOGY: Rockford College
seeks candidates for a full-time ten-
ure-track position at the assistant
professor level in psychology, with
a specialization in clinical psychol-
ogy, effective fall 2012. Primary re
sponsibilities include: psychologi-
cal disorders, tests and measure-
ment, counseling, development,
neuroscience, personality, and con-
flict analysis and resolution. Inter-
est in interdisciplinary work across
the whole curriculum is a plus, in-
cluding the first-year seminar. Ph.D.
must be completed upon beginning
of appointment in fall 2012. Teach-
ing experience is highly desirable.
The successful applicant must have
an educational philosophy compatible with that of a private, independent institution with a liberal arts environment. Applications
reviewed beginning January 17,
2012, but accepted until the position is filled. Send via e-mail a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
evidence of teaching effectiveness
and scholarly potential, and three
letters of references to: Dr. Joel E.
Lynch, Chair of Psychology Search
Committee, by e-mail: jlynch@
rockford.edu. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
TWO LICENSED CLINICAL PSY-
CHOLOGIST POSITIONS: David
Goodman, Ph.D. Psychologist As-
sociates, with offices in St. Charles
and Oak Brook, is currently seek-
ing two licensed clinical psycholo-
gists to work with children and ado-
lescents and their families. Send re-
sume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PSYCHOLOGISTS WITH ILLINOIS LICENSE: Needed for full-time or part-time positions in Chica-goland and surrounding suburbs and
the Springfield area with Davken
Associates, P.C., a well-established
group. Fax: (847) 673-0875, or
e-mail at: email@example.com
AND PSYCHIATRISTS NEEDED:
Licensed clinical psychologists and
psychiatrists needed for multiple
part-time to full-time job openings
working in skilled nursing facilities and providing in-home behavioral healthcare around Metro Chi-cagoland and surrounding suburbs.
Excellent compensation. Travel
allowance as applicable. Flexible
schedule. Work as part of multi-disciplinary team. Send cover letter and resume to: Dr. Parisi at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax
to (847) 299-4952.
LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: First Senior Care, a well-established and highly regarded practice, has full-time and part-time positions for Illinois-licensed clinical
psychologists providing evaluation,
treatment, and consultation services
to seniors in residential care facilities in the suburban Chicago area.
Flexible scheduling and generous
compensation. E-mail letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: Dr.
Leo Bourneuf at firstseniorcare@
PSYCHOLOGIST POSITION IN A
GROUP PRACTICE: Gersten Center for Behavioral Health, a private
psychology practice with locations
in Chicago is looking for two full-time licensed psychologists to join
our expanding group. Both candidates should be open to working
with the full spectrum of clinical
disorders. Position 1: The ideal candidate should have broad experience
and interest in working with children, adolescents, and adult populations. Position 2: The ideal candidate should have broad experience and interest in working with
adolescents and adult populations.
Send your curriculum vitae to: Dr.
Deborah Liebling at dliebling@
gerstencenter.com. We welcome you
to visit us at www.gerstencenter.com.
DEPARTMENT HEAD, BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: This 12-month
position begins July 1, 2012. Behavioral Sciences is a large multidisciplinary department encompassing undergraduate programs
in psychology, sociology, human
development and family studies,
and early childhood development.
AT HARPER COLLEGE
William Rainey Harper College is a 2-year institution located in the
Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. The College offers Associate’s degree,
Continuing Education, Career Certification and Transfer Programming to a
diverse student population.
A Postdoctoral Fellowship is available for doctoral students in clinical
or counseling psychology at Harper College. Training is a one-year
commitment beginning on August 17, 2012 and concluding at the end of
the summer 2013 term. The Post-doc is engaged in every aspect of service
provision to students, including brief psychotherapy, intake assessments
and evaluations, crisis work, and clinical consultation. In addition, Post-docs provide secondary supervision of doctoral externs and provide
outreach activities on campus, including work on issues such as advocacy
for underrepresented populations and raising awareness of health
promotion issues relating to psychological health and well-being. Post-docs
are exposed to a spectrum of crisis interventions and crisis counseling.
Group and individual supervision are provided weekly, in addition to special
didactic training opportunities on campus. Psychological Services is part of
the Student Development Division which takes a multidisciplinary approach
to promoting the success of the Harper student body. Student clientele
are highly diverse across the parameters of age, race & ethnicity, religion,
sexual orientation, disability, health, and medical status, educational and
career goals, gender issues, socioeconomic status, and clinical needs. The
candidate must have a completed doctoral degree and be a graduate of an
APA-accredited program in clinical or counseling psychology by the start
date of the position.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, though priority will
be given to applications received on or before February 1, 2012.
View additional job duties and complete our required online application at:
Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, ethnic minorities and persons
with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
September 1, 2012 - August 31, 2013
There is one hospital in Chicago that is solely dedicated to caring for children with
chronic illness and disabilities as well as those suffering from abuse/trauma. That
hospital is La Rabida. Our progressive pediatric teaching hospital with Childrenʼs
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Qualified candidates must possess Ph.D/Psy. D. with child clinical training and
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