with brief written report. Send resume or curriculum vitae with letter
of interest to: email@example.com
or call Psychology Consultants, P.C.
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.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: A
tenure-track appointment is available on August 1, 2014, at the rank
of Assistant Professor of Psychology
in the Division of Science. IUPUC
values a balanced approach to teaching and scholarship that allows for
high quality teaching and mentoring
relationships with students, while
affording time for research activities
and support for professional development. The position is a ten-month
assignment with expectations of
teaching cognitive psychology and
learning, conducting and publishing
high quality scholarly research, and
engaging in service. Strong oral and
written communication skills are a
must. Successful teaching at the university level is important.
Requirements: Ph.D. with a specialization in
cognitive psychology and clear evidence of the ability to establish and
maintain an active and productive
research program. Preferences: two
or more years teaching experience
working with traditional and nontraditional undergraduate students;
ability to teach courses outside the
area of specialization, such as introductory psychology, developmental psychology, research methods,
or statistics; experience in online or
hybrid course development and delivery; interest in engaging undergraduate students in research and
in collaborating with faculty across
disciplines. Civic engagement and
grantsmanship are viewed positively. The IUPUC Psychology Program
offers a B.A. and B.S. in Psychology and an M.A. in Mental Health
Counseling. There are about 200
undergraduate Psychology majors,
nine full-time faculty members,
and a professional adviser. Classes are small and personal attention
and mentoring relationships are encouraged. For more information,
visit our website at http://www2.
view of applications begins imme
diately, and will continue until the
position is filled. Interested candidates should e-mail letter of application, curriculum vitae, contact
information (including e-mail address) for three references, a statement explaining why you are interested in becoming a faculty member
at IUPUC, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be
mailed to: Psychology Search and
Screen, Office of the Vice Chancellor and Dean, IUPUC, 4601 Central Avenue, CC 255, Columbus, IN
47203. Requests for additional information about this faculty position should be directed to: Dr. Joan
Poulsen, Undergraduate Psychology
Program Director, at (812) 348-7256
or email@example.com. Diversity is
a core value at IUPUC. Our goal is
to create an academic community
that is rich with cultural, social and
PURDUE UNIVERSITY NORTH
CENTRAL SOCIAL SCIENCES
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY:
The department is hiring an assistant professor of psychology. Candidates must have earned a Ph.D. in
psychology by the time of appointment in August 2014. Area of specialization is open but may include
clinical, social, or developmental
psychology. Evidence of teaching
experience and of scholarly potential is desirable. Review of appli
cations will begin on December
1, 2013, and will continue until
the position is filled. Submit applicant packet to: Ginny Borolov, Department of Social Sciences, Purdue University North Central, 1401
South US Highway 421, Westville,
IN 46391. By e-mail (preferred) to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. By fax to: (219)
785-5526. Employment is contingent upon completion of successful
background check. Visit website at
www.pnc.edu for additional information about position and the University. Purdue University North
Central is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer fully
committed to achieving a diverse
OPENINGS—VERICARE: Are you
looking for rewarding and fulfilling
employment? Vericare is a leader in
geropsychology, providing multidisciplinary behavioral interventions
in long-term care facilities. Our professionals provide a spectrum of
therapies including individual psychotherapy, short-term solution-focused therapy and behavior management. Vericare has opportunities throughout Indiana. Experience
with medical/inpatient settings and
multidisciplinary teams preferred.
For more information, apply online
at www.vericare.com or contact:
Sanel Lekic at (800) 257-8715 ext.
1166. Vericare is offering a $500
“Thank You” referral bonus for any
colleagues you refer that get hired.
Feel free to call us for details.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF MEDICINE/CHRISTIAN SAR-KINE AUTISM TREATMENT CENTER—PSYCHOLOGY POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN AUTISM:
The Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine
is offering two one-year psychology
post-doctoral fellowship positions
focused on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in an outpatient medical setting. The fellowships will include a combination of clinical service in the form of assessment and
treatment of individuals with ASD
and research experience in one or
more of over 20 ongoing funded research projects. The treatment focus
for this position is behavioral in nature with a specific focus on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis
(ABA). Candidates must have completed an APA-accredited Ph.D. or
Psy.D. program in clinical or school
psychology (including internship),
must be eligible for temporary licensure in Indiana and must have interest in providing ABA-based interventions for individuals with ASD.
The Psychiatry Department and Indiana University place a high priority on creating a diverse learning
environment and on supporting the
professional development of ethnic
minorities, women and people with
disabilities. Applications are encouraged from professionals of all ethnic
backgrounds. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana University School of
Medicine is the second largest medical school in the United States, with
a student body that includes over 46
percent women and seven percent
ethnic minorities. Indianapolis is the
12th largest metropolitan area and
has the 16th largest African-American population in the United States.
Applications will be accepted un
til January 15, 2014. Interviews
will take place in February 2014.
Interested applicants should send
their curriculum vitae, three letters of reference including one from
their graduate director of clinical
training, graduate transcripts, and a
cover letter with statement of interest to: Noha Minshawi, Ph.D., c/o
Rita Roush, Neuroscience Center,
Goodman Hall, 355 West 16th
Street, Suite 2800, Indianapolis, IN
46202 or email@example.com. More
information can be found at http://
subsites/christian-sarkine-autism-treatment-center/professional-education/. Indiana University
School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL TRAINING: The Department of Psychology at Wichita State University,
Wichita, KS seeks an experienced,
licensed or licensable in Kansas
clinical psychologist with demonstrated leadership skills to direct,
administer and supervise its APA-accredited community oriented
clinical psychology program. Appointment will be at the rank of
associate or full professor beginning in the fall 2014. The director
of clinical training will teach basic
and applied courses and be available to provide clinical supervision. The program embraces a model that blends elements of clinical
and community psychology. Candidates must be committed to clinical research, practice, and teaching.
The successful candidate will have
highly developed clinical and teaching skills and a well established research program. Applicants must
have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology
from an APA-accredited program
with an APA- or APPIC-accredited
internship. Specialist status in clinical psychology, ABPP, is preferred.
Applicants should have an ability to
attract external funding, the capacity to interact collegially, a commitment to teaching both undergraduate and graduate students, and a
demonstrated commitment to diversity. The Department is research
oriented with external funding.
Wichita State University is located
in the state’s largest city and major
industrial metropolitan areas with
a population of over half a million.
The department has strong connections with the city’s educational, social service, and mental health communities. Salary is competitive, negotiable, and commensurate with
qualifications as is teaching load.
Final review of applications will
begin immediately, and will con
tinue until the position is filled.
Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory criminal background check as
required by Board of Regents policy. The applicants should submit a
letter of application, description of
research interests, curriculum vitae, and selected reprints to https://
jobs.wichita.edu. Three letters of
recommendation should be sent to:
Dr. Alex Chaparro, Chairperson,
Psychology Department, Wichita
State University, 1845 Fairmount,
Wichita, KS 67260-0034. Women
and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. WSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer, and is committed to excellence through diversity.
PSYCHOLOGIST ONE: Pinecrest
Supports and Services Center, located in the heart of Central Louisiana,
has an immediate opening for psychologists. Must have current Louisiana license. Competitive pay, full
state benefits including: state retirement plan, health benefits that can
be carried into retirement, annual and sick leave, holiday leave and
premium pay. For more information contact: Eddis Cofield, Manager of Human Resources, Pinecrest
Supports and Services Center, P. O.
Box 5191, Pineville, LA 71361-5191.