The InterPsych Newsletter 2(5)



IPN 2(5) Section H: Employment 2/2


                   SECTION H: EMPLOYMENT (2/2)

Institution:  University of Southampton, 
              Interactive Learning Centre Location:    
Southampton, UK
8: Multimedia Support Officer (Ref No: T/362)

The person appointed will be responsible for the effective
functioning of user support services from the Interactive
Learning Centre, and will be expected to contribute to the
following tasks: Provide technical support and guidance to
academic staff on multimedia courseware development; Develop
learning materials using Microcosm and other multimedia
authoring tools; Evaluate new hardware and software
specifically in the area of digital video and image capture;
Assist in the design and delivery of training courses and
support material; Oversee provision of scanning services; 
Author technical and user documentation and reports (paper
and hypertext)

The ideal candidate will have experience in some if not all
of the following: A rounded knowledge of Microsoft Windows
programming and use of DLLs, DDE and OLE; Authoring for
Windows applications using languages, such as C, C++, or
Visual Basic; Knowledge or experience of multimedia and
hypermedia; Understanding DOS, networks and the organisation
of the IBM PC; Experience with hardware (eg sound cards,
disks, video cards) for the IBM PC; Good communications
skills for technical presentations; Equivalent experience on
an Apple Mac Platform may also be acceptable.

9: Hypermedia/Multimedia Medical Project Development 
   Office (Ref No: T/364)

The person appointed will be expected to contribute to the
following tasks: Develop Learning Materials using microcosm
and other multimedia authoring tools; Provide technical
support and guidance to academic staff on multimedia
courseware development; Assist in the design and delivery of
training courses and support material.

The ideal candidate will have some if not all of the
following experience: A rounded knowledge of Microsoft
Windows programming and theory; Some knowledge or experience
of multimedia and hypermedia, perhaps in a medical science
context; Understanding DOS, networks and the organisation of
the IBM PC; Experience with hardware (eg sound cards, disks,
video cards) for the IBM PC; Good communications skills for
technical presentations.

10: Educational Multimedia Designer in Electronic/Paper 
    Media (Ref No: T/363)

The person appointed will be expected to contribute to the
following tasks: Provide support and guidance to academic
staff on multimedia courseware design; Develop hypermedia
learning materials; Assist in the design and delivery of
training courses and support material.


We are looking for a dynamic and well motivated individual to
join our multimedia support design and development team based
with the Interactive Learning Centre.  The person appointed
will be expected to work and develop the services of our
Resource Centre, primarily to support and develop the use of
hypermedia materials for teaching and learning.  We are using
Microcosm, an open hypermedia system which runs under
Microsoft Windows and was developed in the Department of
Electronics and Computer Science at the University.  
The Interactive Learning Centre is home of the Scholar
Project, an HEFCE-funded project designed to shift the
culture of the University in such a way that students and
academics make greater and more effective use of technology
for teaching and learning.   The Scholar Project has just
entered its third year, and is supporting a wide range of
Departments directly to produce multimedia learning
materials.  The full team comprises a manager, training
officer, multimedia support officer, resources adviser,
secretary and clerk.  We are based in our Resource Centre
which houses eight PC's and two Macintosh computers, along
with a range of digitising equipment, CD ROM and Videodisc
recorders.  The Centre is used by academic staff for training
workshops, open learning, and the development of learning

We are looking for a well organised individual with sound
technical and creative skills who has an educational
awareness.  You must be able to communicate your skills to
non-specialist computer users and be prepared to be an active
member of a dynamic project team contributing to our
wide-ranging staff development programme.  

The person appointed will report on a day to day basis to the
project manager, Su White. The Appointment would be up to one
year in the first instance.  Salary in the Research Assistant
1A range A313,941 to A320,953 per annum.   
Information about the ILC, Scholar Project, multimedia and
hypermedia is available in brochure form from the ILC and
also via our World Wide Web Server  If you would like
further details, please contact Su White (01703 594471).
Institution:  Doncast Healthcare NHS Trust Location:    
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, UK
Mental Health services in Doncaster are being extensively
redeveloped as part of a strategic review, with changes in
style and size delivery, resulting from significant new
investment. These posts are part of a large programme of
consultant expansion in a sectorised multidisciplinary
service with close primary care liaison.

These two posts have a catchment population of 30,300 working
extensively in the community with mental health teams with
close links to Primary Health Care teams and with the
opportunity to develop special interests.

The sector will be shared with two whole time Consultant
Adult Psychiatrists with beds in the Acute DGH setting, with
secretarial and Junior Doctor support. The posts are
avaialable on a full time, maximum part-time or job share
basis. Two locum consultant posts currently available The
Trust is willing to offer appointments on either National
Terms and Conditions or an alternative package with enhanced
remuneration, with a starting salary of circa #60,000. The
Doncaster Psychiatric Training Scheme has full training
approval and is linked by career Regsitrar and Senior
Registrar rotation to the Trent Psychiatric Training Scheme. 

Interested candiadtes are encouraged to contact Dr David
Goodhead, Medical Director, quoting this advertisement in
IPN, who will be pleased to send information and arrange an
informal visit. Telephone 0302 366666, ext 3205, or write to
Dr Goodhead, Consultant Psychiatrist, Doncaster Royal
Infirmary, Armthorpe Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN2
Institution:  USC Institute of Psychiatry, Law & 
              Behavioral Science
Location:     Los Angeles, CA, USA

Accepting applicants for Postdoctoral Fellowships beginning
September 1, 1995. Fellowship is full-time, 1-year training
program in forensic psychology that develops skills in
application of clinical psychology to various legal issues
for legal ends.

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from an accredited APA approved
school required. Interested applicants should send curriculum
vitae and application letter to: Linda E. 
Weinberger, Ph.D., USC Institute of Psychiatry, Law &Behavioral 
Science, P.O. Box 86125, Los Angeles, CA
90086-0125. Tel.(213) 226-4942 Fax (213) 226-2777.
Institution:  Southern Connecticut State University, 
              Dept. of Psychology
Location:     New Haven, CT, USA
Assistant Professor, Psychology - Southern Connecticut State
University anticipates hiring a Tenure-Track DEVELOPMENTAL
PSYCHOLOGIST beginning September, 1995 or when the position
is filled.  Preference is given to candidates with several
years teaching experience and a well-developed research

Responsibilities:  12 credit hour teaching load per semester
including some evening classes; student advising and
supervision of graduate and undergraduate research.

Qualifications: Doctorate (ABD's eligible to apply) in
psychology; Desirable sub-specialties include philosophy of
science, history and systems of psychology; commitment to
teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Send professional resume, three letters of recommendation and
reprints to: Search Committee, Department of Psychology,
SCSU, 501 Crescent Street, New Haven, CT 06515.

Southern Connecticut State University is an Equal
Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and strongly
encourages minorities and women to apply.
Institution:  Ann Arbor VA Medical Center & University of 
Location:     Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Position available immediately for academic geropsychiatrist
for tenure-track position (Assistant Professor) at the Ann
Arbor VA Medical Center (VAMC) and University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor, MI.  Position involves participation in clinical
care, education and research in a growing Geriatric
Psychiatry division with an active, ACGME- accredited
fellowship training program.  The Medical Center and
University provide an extraordinarily rich academic
environment, fostering collaborations among faculty both
within Psychiatry and in other departments.  University has
NIA-funded Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and Geriatric
Research and Training Center, as well as NIAAA- funded
Alcohol Research Center, specializing in aging.  
VAMC has a Geriatric Research, Educational and Clinical
Center (GRECC).  Successful candidate will have adequate
protected time and should have demonstrated potential for
developing an independent research program in a clinical or
preclinical area related to geriatric psychiatry.  M.D. or
M.D.-Ph.D. applicants with clinical and/or laboratory-based
research interests are appropriate.  Preference will be given
to candidates with fellowship-training in geriatric
psychiatry and holding the ABPN Certificate of Added
Qualifications in Geriatric Psychiatry. Successful applicant
must be eligible for a full-time faculty appointment in
University of Michigan Medical School.  The Ann Arbor VAMC
and The University of Michigan are equal opportunity
employers.  Please send CV to Alan M. Mellow, M.D., Ph.D.,
Chief, Psychiatry Service (116A), Ann Arbor VA Medical
Center, 2215 Fuller Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
Institution:  Princeton University, Dept. of Psychology
Location:     Princeton, NJ, USA
Applications are invited for a research assistant to work
either full-time or 75% time on projects in visual
perception, memory, attention, and decision-making. Some work
in neuropsychology and brain imaging may also be included.
Programming skill with Macintosh computers essential, and
B.A. or courses in Psychology preferred.

The person appointed would help in the daily running of a
joint laboratory belonging to Anne Treisman and Daniel
Kahneman, programming experiments to be run on Macintosh
computers, cooperating with graduate students, organizing a
subject pool and running subjects, analyzing data, taking
part in lab meetings and discussions, and doing some library
searches. There will be opportunities for participation in
research design and reporting, and the person appointed would
gain experience of research in a variety of topics in
experimental psychology and cognitive science, making the job
a useful preparation for graduate school or professional work
in these and related areas.
At least two thirds of the time will be spent working with
Anne Treisman, and the remainder with Daniel Kahneman.

The position is for one year in the first instance, but we
would hope to renew it. Salary will be commensurate with
experience. Starting date around August 15, 1995. 
Princeton is an equal opportunity

If you are interested in applying, please send a resume or
any questions to Anne Treisman, Department of Psychology,
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544-1010, or preferably
by e-mail to: Applicants
should also ask three referees to send recommendations to the
same addresses.
Institution:  University of Memphis, Dept. of Psychology
Location:     Memphis, TN, USA
The Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis
invites applications for a permanent, state-appropriated
tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in
behavioral medicine.  We are seeking an active scholar who
shows promise of developing a nationally recognized program
of research, ability to secure extramural funding, has
interests in teaching, and is committed to training at the
doctoral level.  Requirements include a doctorate in a
health-related field.  We have a preference for a candidate
in clinical psychology, but we strongly encourage all
applicants with research interests in health psychology,
behavioral medicine, or related disciplines (e.g. behavioral
epidemiology, public health) to apply.  Salary for the
position is competitive and research support is available
through a Centers of Excellence grant awarded to the
Department by the state of Tennessee.  Our department
currently employs 32 full-time faculty and offers Ph.D. 
degrees in clinical psychology with specialty areas in
behavioral medicine, child, neuropsychology, and research
design and statistics; experimental psychology with specialty
areas in biopsychology, cognitive, developmental, applied
experimental, research design and statistics, and social
psychology; and in school psychology.  Evaluation of
candidates will begin expeditiously on November 15, 1995 but
applications will be considered until the position is filled. 
Send curriculum vitae, at least three letters of
recommendation, and representative reprints/preprints to:
Robert C. Klesges, Ph.D., Chair, Behavioral Medicine Search
Committee, Department of Psychology, The University of
Memphis, Memphis, TN, 38152.  The University of Memphis is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages
applications from women and minorities.