increasing licensing revenues. Provides product management oversight for new areas of vocabulary
development, managing the entire
life cycle process. Generates new
ideas for increasing use of the psychology vocabulary in other markets, including conversion of the
flat hierarchical structures into
an ontology that could be used
by semantic networks. Serves as
resource and in-house authority to
APA staff regarding new developments in the vocabulary and taxonomy field. Provides training
regarding APA’s controlled vocabulary and related products for staff
and customers. Coordinates input
from advisory committee composed of psychologists/subject
experts who collaborate with APA
in the term development process.
Responds to questions about the
APA’s controlled vocabulary from
a variety of internal and external contacts. Studies and understands user behavior (internal and
external) to provide the best overall user experience for APA electronic research products. Analyzes
metrics and customer data to make
decisions on how to improve the
controlled vocabulary for customers and internal users. Location:
The American Psychological Association, located at 750 First St NE,
Washington D.C., was named a
2014 recipient of the Washington
Post Top Workplace. It is metro
accessible from the Red Line.
Application Instructions: Qualified candidates must apply online
at bit.ly/APATaxonomist and
attach a cover letter and resume
specifying your salary requirements. Applications that are submitted without both documents
are considered incomplete and will
not be reviewed for consideration.
The American Psychological Association is an Equal Employment
Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, national
origin, disability, protected Veteran status, sexual orientation,
gender identity, or any other protected categories covered under
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST: Atlanta
Area Psychological Associates,
P.C., a group practice in Atlanta,
GA, established in 1980, is seek-
ing licensed psychologists. Expe-
rience with psychotherapy for all
ages, including children, and psy-
chological testing required. Current
credentialing in major insur-
ance companies preferred. Spanish
speaking a plus. Collegial envi-
ronment, 200+ referrals a month.
Email letter of interest, resume to
PS YCHOLOGIST POSITIONS
THROUGHOUT GEORGIA: Georgia
Department of Behavioral Health
and Developmental Disability
(DBHDD) has several opportunities across the state of Georgia for
experienced Psychologists. Forensic (evaluation and treatment) and
adult mental health (civil) inpatient positions are available in facilities located in Atlanta, Augusta,
Columbus, Milledgeville (forensics
only) and Savannah as well as outpatient forensic evaluator (adult or
juvenile) positions located throughout the state. Locations range
from affluent, but affordable, family-friendly cities located among
beautiful mountains, beaches, and
riverfronts, to the diverse and fun-filled city of Atlanta. Compensation is very competitive and the
generous benefits package includes:
health and life insurance, dental,
retirement plan, 401(k) plan, vacation time and more. Job Requirements: PsyD or PhD in clinical
psychology from an APA-accredited program. Some inpatient units
have opportunities for specialization in trauma-focused interventions, sex offender treatment, or
habilitation for individuals with
intellectual disability. A limited
number of administrative positions are available. Senior psychologists with excellent leadership skills
preferred. Contact our clinical
PSYCHOLOGIST WITH ILLINOIS
LICENSE: Davken Associates has
been in operation for over two
decades and has established an
outstanding reputation for its ethical and clinical practices in the
long-term care industry. We are
seeking Illinois-licensed psychologists for full- and part-time
employment in Chicago and surrounding counties as well as several other parts of the state and
Indiana. Full training is provided
and days and hours are quite flexible so that this job blends well
with those who teach, have a private practice, or have young children. Our forms are highly
structured and streamlined, allowing you to spend less time with
paper and more time with the cli-
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY (NSU) - The College
of Psychology invites qualified applications for three faculty
positions in the doctoral programs in clinical psychology.
Applicants will be reviewed for rank commensurate with
experience and scholarship.
The successful candidates are expected to have a commitment to
excellence in teaching, supervising, and mentoring of students.
Additionally, they must be actively involved in research and
scholarship with expectations to publish, supervise student
research, and seek external funding to support research.
Applicants must be licensed or licensed-eligible as psychologists
in the state of Florida. Faculty will teach doctoral program core
clinical psychology courses, such as adult psychopathology,
assessment, and/or intervention, as well as electives in her/
his own specialty area of research and practice. Faculty will
supervise psychology trainees in their clinical work.
For the first position (Position #998065) a candidate with
research and/or clinical experience in the area of adult anxiety
disorders is preferred. For the second position (Position
#994593) preference will be given to a candidate in clinical
health psychology with experience in sports psychology.
This position will interface with NSU athletics and the
interdisciplinary sports medicine clinic. For the third position
(Position 997516) a candidate with clinical and/or research
experience in the area of neuropsychology is preferred.
Nova Southeastern University is a not-for-profit university
that meets the U.S. Department of Education’s criteria as a
Hispanic-serving institution. NSU awards more doctoral and
professional degrees to Hispanics and other minorities than any
other university in the United States. Also NSU is second in the
U.S. for professional degrees awarded to African Americans.
The University and College place a high priority on the creation
of an environment supportive of diversity in faculty and
students, a core value of the university. Over 30% of the faculty
in the clinical psychology programs self-identify as minorities.
The College of Psychology offers APA-accredited Ph.D.
and Psy.D. programs in clinical psychology, APA-accredited
Psy.D. program in school psychology, and 2 APA-accredited
pre-doctoral internship programs. Also part of the College
are a bachelor’s degrees in psychology and behavioral
neuroscience, masters programs in counseling, general
psychology, experimental, and forensic psychology, and a
specialist program in school psychology. The College trains
students at its Psychology Services Center that serves a diverse
population of children, adolescents, and adults through its
general and faculty specialty clinical training programs.
For the complete job descriptions and to apply, please go to
www.nsujobs.com reference position #998065, #994593
or position #997516 for the anxiety or clinical health
psychology positions, respectively.
Nova Southeastern University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.