98 MONITOR ON PSYCHOLOGY • SEPTEMBER 2013
The University of Maryland is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, disabled veterans,
and individuals with disabilities
are encouraged to apply.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY:
The Department of Psychology at
Boston University invites applicants for a tenure-track position at
the assistant professor level in the
area of developmental psychology, to begin in fall 2014 (pending
budgetary approval). This position is within our program in developmental science, and is part
of a general expansion in the department in the area of infancy
and early childhood. We are seeking candidates with a doctorate in
developmental psychology, whose
research focuses on early language acquisition or infant cognition. We are especially interested
in applicants whose work complements the current strengths of our
program in early cognitive development. The successful candidate
will be expected to teach three
courses per year and engage in
research training at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
Courses could include: introductory psychology, developmental
psychology, language development, and cognitive development.
Salary will be commensurate with
experience. Applicants should
provide curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, copies of representative scholarly papers, and three letters of reference
ajo/jobs/2802. The deadline for
applications is October 1, 2013.
Inquiries may be directed to Katherine O’ Shea, Psychology Department, Boston University, 64 Cum-mington Mall, Boston, MA 02215;
( firstname.lastname@example.org. Boston. University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer.
DIVISION DIRECTOR: Lesley University invites you to join the faculty
of a dynamic, creative and innovative institution in Cambridge, MA.
We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of liberal
arts and social science fields and a
diverse collegial setting committed
to the core values of democracy, inquiry and community. The Undergraduate College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences is seeking a full-time division director of psychology and applied therapies and is now accepting
applications. The Division Director will manage an undergraduate
division with five rapidly growing
programs: art therapy, counseling,
expressive arts therapy, holistic
psychology, and psychology (on
campus, online, and regional). The
Director is a member of the College
of Liberal Arts and Sciences Leadership Team and the College’s Leadership and Planning team. The position holds faculty rank of associate
or full professor. The position will
begin July 1, 2014. Minimum qualifications: All candidates must hold an
earned doctorate in psychology, art
therapy, counseling, expressive arts
therapy or an appropriate related
field with no pending requirements
for completion at the time of application; at least five years of leadership
and administrative experience in issues of higher education (including
a variety of delivery models); budgeting, and resource allocation experience is required. The candidate
must also have demonstrated administrative and teaching experience
working with traditional and adult
learners at an undergraduate level
in psychology, art therapy, counseling, or expressive arts therapy. For
further information and to apply
for this position visit http://lesley.
details.jsp?JOBID=41352. Interested applicants must apply online.
Lesley University is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to increasing
the diversity of the university community and the curriculum. Candidates who believe they can contribute to this goal are encouraged to
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
PSYCHOLOGY—HARVARD UNIVERSITY: The Department of Psychology anticipates making two tenure-track appointments at the assistant professor level to begin July 1,
2014. We seek candidates with exceptional promise in the area of social psychology. We are less concerned with specific research interests than with excellence, and
applicants in all areas of social behavior and social cognition will be
considered (e.g., altruism and cooperation, emotion, group processes,
health and well-being, ideology, interpersonal relationships, judgment
and decision-making, person perception, prejudice and stereotyping,
neuroscience, etc.). It is required
that candidates will have completed all requirements for the Ph.D. by
the start date of the appointment.
Teaching duties will include: offerings at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The closing date for
applying is September 16, 2013.
Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, representative reprints, the contact information for at
least three references, and three letters of recommendation to https://
postings/4884. The application is
complete only when all three letters have been submitted. Questions regarding this position can
be addressed to socialsearch@wjh.
harvard.edu. Harvard University is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and we actively
encourage applications from women
and minority groups.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR DEVELOPMENT PSYCHOLOGY: We
are seeking a developmental psychologist for a tenure-track, assistant professor position. Preference
will be given to candidates who
have experience teaching courses
in developmental psychology, adolescent psychology, the psychology of aging and/or courses in their
area of specialization and research
methods. We seek candidates who
strive for teaching excellence, who
are committed to advising undergraduates, and who have interest in
developing a program of research
that involves mentoring undergraduates. A Ph.D. in developmental
psychology by time of appointment
is required. Review of applications
will begin October 15, 2013 and
will continue until the position is
filled. Apply online at worcester.
Children’s Neuropsychological Services, with offices in Andover and
Arlington, MA, is seeking an early
career neuropsychologist to start in
October 2013. Position will be directly supervised by Drs. McKer-non and Mautz. Supervision will
emphasize the integration of neuropsychological assessment and life-span development. Candidates must
have a doctorate with experience
evaluating children, adolescents,
and/or young adults. Interested
candidates should submit their curriculum vitae and cover letter to:
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Austen Riggs Center Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Austen Riggs Center is a psychiatric hospital and residential
treatment center focusing on the treatment of people with complex
psychological difficulties. Specializing in individual psychoanalytic
psychotherapy with adjunctive psychopharmacology and a sophisticated
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our treatment occurs in a fully open setting, respecting the dignity and
development of the patient.
The Austen Riggs Center has been a training institution since 1924, and
a pioneer in the theory and technique of psychoanalytic treatment with
complex, “widening scope” patients. Organized under the Center’s
Erikson Institute for Education and Research, our training takes a systems
perspective on treatment, emphasizing cultural and familial contexts as well
as individual development, in the tradition of Erik Erikson.
We offer a two-year Fellowship in psychoanalytic psychotherapy,
and a four-year Fellowship in advanced psychoanalytic psychotherapy
and psychoanalytic studies. Fellowships are full-time, and include the
tripartite model of psychoanalytic training, including a personal analysis, a
didactic experience with a distinguished faculty, and individual supervision
in the treatment of patients using four-times weekly psychoanalytic
Work with families, psychological testing (for psychologists) and
psychodynamically-informed prescribing (for psychiatrists) are part of
our comprehensive training program. Fellows work within a therapeutic
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understanding to group phenomena. and supporting the development of
leadership and consulting skills.
The training experience at the Austen Riggs Center is also unique in
providing a competitive salary, generous benefits, and a stipend to support
two years of a personal psychoanalysis.
Psychology applicants must have a doctoral degree in psychology from an
APA-accedited program and a year of clinical internship at an APPIC-listed site.
Applications for both tracks of the fellowship program must be received by
January 10, 2014 for Fellowships beginning in the summer.
Applications, as well as more extensive information regarding the
Fellowship, are available on the Riggs website at http://www.austenriggs.
org/education-training. Qualified candidates can submit cover letter, CV,
and fellwship application via the careers page or mail to: Bertha Connelley,
PHR, Director of Human Resources, Austen Riggs Center, 25 Main Street,
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