____________________________________________________________ VOLUME 2, ISSUE 9 THE INTERPSYCH NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER,1995 ____________________________________________________________ SECTION F: EMPLOYMENT (2/2) ---------------------------------------------------------- | This section is intended for listing current job | | openings in positions relevant to InterPsych members. | | Submissions should be in the following format: | | 1)Position title, 2)Institution name, 3)Institution | | location, 4)Full description, 5)60-character line length | | Send job postings to: firstname.lastname@example.org | | John M. Grohol, Psy.D., Assistant Editor(email@example.com)| ----------------------------------------------------------- ============================================================ 08: EVALUATION ASSOCIATE 09: EVALUATION SPECIALIST Institution: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, Evaluation and Policy Information Center Location: Oak Brook, IL, USA ============================================================ 08: EVALUATION ASSOCIATE EVALUATION ASSOCIATE for federally funded regional educational laboratory serving the North Central Region (IA, MN, MI, IL, IN, WI, OH). Responsibilities include developing and implementing evaluation plans to provide formative support for project development, conducting implementation and diffusion studies, conducting impact studies on selected laboratory programs, projects, and services. QUALIFICATIONS: doctoral degree in a relevant field plus a minimum of three years relevant experience. Salary will be comsensurate with training and experience. Send letter and vita to: Dr. William Quinn, Director of Evaluation and Policy Information Center, North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 1900 Spring Road, Suite 300, Oak Brook, IL 60521. Closing Date: Jan. 15, 1996 or until position is filled. EEO 09: EVALUATION SPECIALIST EVALUATION SPECIALIST for federally funded regional educational laboratory serving the North Central Region (IA, MN, MI, IL, IN, WI, OH). Responsibilities include developing and implementing evaluation plans to provide formative support for project development, conducting implementation and diffusion studies, conducting impact studies on selected laboratory programs, projects, and services. QUALIFICATIONS: masters degree in a relevant field plus two years relevant experience, or relevant doctoral degree. Salary will be comsensurate with training and experience. Send letter and vita to: Dr. William Quinn, Director of Evaluation and Policy information Center, North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 1900 Spring Road, Suite 300, Oak Brook, IL 60521. Closing Date: Jan. 15, 1996 or until position is filled. EEO ============================================================ 10: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGIST, TENURE-TRACK 11: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FAMILY & INTERVENTIONS, TENURE-TRACK Institution: University of Illinois, Psychology Department Location: Urbana, IL, USA ============================================================ 10: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGIST, TENURE-TRACK The Department of Psychology of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applicants for a full-time tenure-track faculty position beginning fall 1996. Candidates holding a Ph.D. degree and conducting research in any area of psychopharmacology/neuropharmacology that has a relationship to behavior will be considered. Teaching is at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience. For full consideration, a curriculum vitae, representative reprints, a statement of research interests, and three letters of recommendation should be sent by 31 January 1996 to: William Greenough, Psychology Department, University of Illinois, Beckman Institute, 405 N. Mathews, Urbana, IL 61801. 217-333-4472. UIUC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 11: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FAMILY & INTERVENTIONS, TENURE-TRACK The Department of Psychology of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is searching for a faculty member, at the assistant professor level, to join the CLINICAL/ COMMUNITY PROGRAM. This is a full-time, tenure-track position beginning August 21, 1996. We are seeking faculty committed to scholarly careers as Boulder- model scientist- practitioners and to education and supervision of graduate students. Substantive research areas in which we are particularly interested include but are not limited to: intervention, broadly defined, and couples/family/close relationships and dysfunction. The quality of a candidate's research program is more important than the specific area in which the candidate works. Women and members of ethnic minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should hold a Ph.D. at the time of appointment. Salary will depend on the qualifications and experience of the candidate. Interested persons should send vita, statement of research interests, and reprints, and arrange for at least three letters of recommendation to be sent to: Howard Berenbaum, Chair, Clinical/Community Search Committee, University of Illinois, Department of Psychology, 603 E. Daniel Street, Champaign, IL 61820, (217) 333-6312. We may interview some candidates before the application deadline of January 31, 1996, but all applications received by that date will receive full consideration. The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ============================================================ 12: RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS (10), PSYCHOMETRICS Institution: Educational Testing Service Location: Princeton, NJ, USA ============================================================ 1996-97 Warren W. Willingham Graduate Research GRE Warren W. Willingham Research Assistantships in Psychometrics Program The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) Board is pleased to announce the availability of up to ten graduate research assistantships for psychometrics programs for the 1996-97 academic year. Graduate research assistants will serve as on-site data coordinators for a variety of research studies related to the development of a new, modular, computerized GRE General Test and other new GRE testing initiatives, and/or other research projects of relevance to Educational Testing Service (ETS). Funding will consist of a student stipend paid to the assistant and a fixed cost-of-education allowance paid to the institution. The stipend will be $12,000 ($1,200 per month) for a period of ten months. The cost-of education allowance to the institution will be $7,500. Assistantships are for a ten month period (September 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997). Nominations must reach the GRE Program at ETS by February 1, 1996. Notification of awards will be made March 15, 1996. Nomination information and application materials can be obtained by contacting: Lynn Lowe, Educational Testing Service, Mail Stop 32-V, Princeton, NJ 08541. Phone: (609) 951-1570 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org ============================================================ 13: ASSOCIATE in PRIVATE GEROPSYCHIATRY PRACTICE Institution: Private Practice Location: Long Island, NY, USA ============================================================ Seeking psychiatrist to join me in my fast-growing private practice in geriatric and neuropsychiatry. This is a thriving office practice specializing in dementia, and geriatric mental health, as well as gereral adult psychiatry and some MR/DD. Other venues include nursing home consultations, oversight of a dementia unit in a forward-thinking nursing home, and consultations to the legal community. A Clinical Nurse Specialist in Geriatrics assists me in patient evaluations and ongoing care of selected patients, meeting with families to provide education and care coordination. I am the former director of the Long Island Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center, and currently serve as Chairman of the local chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. I have a very active speaking schedule, and am involved in various professional education edeavors, and community activities, such as the award-winning Elder Abuse Consultation Team in Suffolk County. I am looking for a psychiatrist with an interst in, and commitment to, geriatric psychiatry, and the exciting and varied opportunities it presents. Please reply to Alan L. Steinberg, MD telephone: (516) 751-3576, fax: (516) 751-3152, or mail to: 2500-19 Rte. 347, Bldg. 5, Stony Brook, NY 11790. ============================================================ 14: FELLOWSHIP Institution: American Psychoanalytic Association Location: New York, NY, USA ============================================================ Psychiatry applicants must be full-time general or child psychiatry residents or fellows or psychiatrists who have become board eligible within the previous three years who will hold full-time appointments in an educational institution during the Fellowship year. Psychology applicants must hold a doctoral degree in psychology granted after June 1991 and be in full-time training or hold full-time appointments in an educational institution during the Fellowship year. Applicants may be nominated by their Department Chairs or Training Directors. Self-nominations will also be considered. Applicants need not be planning to become psychoanalysts. The term of the Fellowship is July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997. All applicants, whether or not they receive Fellowships, will be assigned senior psychoanalysts as Mentors. Applicants will meet regularly with their Mentors and develop individual programs to further their clinical, scholarly and research interests. Fellows will have all expenses paid at the Spring and Mid-Winter meetings of the Association. They will attend scientific sessions and present clinical and other material at a variety of workshops and seminars. They will receive subscriptions to many psychoanalytic publications, books from a variety of presses and be invited to participate in the activities of the Former Fellows Organization. NOMINEES SHOULD: - have demonstrated special aptitude or interest in psychodynamic psychiatry or psychology and related clinical endeavors; or, - have engaged in study or research related to psychoanalytic topics or the application of psychoanalysis to psychiatry or psychology; or, - have indicated in other ways a special interest in psychoanalysis; and, - they should have demonstrated leadership ability in past activities. FOR AN APPLICATION: Write to: Ms. Carolyn Gatto, American Psychoanalytic Association, 309 East 49th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 Phone: (212)752-0450, ext.12; Fax: (212)593-0571 Email: email@example.com WWW: http//apsa.org/fellows APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FEBRUARY 1, 1996 ============================================================ 15: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, GENERAL, TENURE-TRACK Institution: Indiana University of Pennsylvania Location: Indiana, PA, USA ============================================================ INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA invites applications for a permanent,tenure-track position (Assistant Professor); Initial appointment is for August, 1996. Applicants should have a doctorate in psychology with strong QUANTITATIVE skills in areas such as psychometrics, multivariate techniques, modeling, etc. Specific content area is open but fit of content area with departmental needs will be considered. Primary teaching duties include undergraduate RESEARCH DESIGN and analysis courses with graduate teaching in similar areas possible. Other course assignments will depend on the applicant's expertise and interests. A commitment to excellence in both undergraduate and graduate education and research is essential. Individual initiatives in any form of scholarly activity, including grant writing, are encouraged. The current department of 25 offers an APA- accredited PsyD in clinical psychology which follows a practitioner model of training with a strong commitment to science-based education. Approximately 10-15 graduate students are accepted annually. The department also houses the Center for Applied Psychology, a clinical services facility, which provides opportunities for clinical training and research. On the undergraduate level, the department offers an arts and sciences degree with elective options of practicum experience, an honors program, and applied (chiefly I/O) psychology. There are approximately 400 undergraduate majors. IUP is the largest university in Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education and is located approximately 50 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. Applications should be received by Jan. 15, 1996 for full consideration; review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Letters of application, vitae, transcripts, three letters of reference (one of which must be from your current employer/supervisor), and supporting materials should be sent to: Chair - Search Committee-I, 316 Clark Hall, Department of Psychology, IUP, Indiana, PA 15705-1068. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. IUP is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ============================================================ 16: POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS (2), NEUROIMAGING & BEHAVIOR Institution: University of Pennsyvlania, Dept. of Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry Section Location: Philadelphia, PA, USA ============================================================ We have 2 openings for Post Doctoral Fellowships within a Federally (NIMH) funded training grant aimed at launching careers in the application of neuroimaging to the understanding of neural substrates of behavior and its aberrations in schizophrenia. The program combines didactic and hands-on experiences to complement prior training in relevant disciplines, and includes both PhDs and MDs. We are seeking individuals with demonstrated commitment to research who desire to take part in an interdisciplinary team effort. The starting date is July 1, 1996, and PhD candidates MUST have their thesis approved before they can begin. We are firmly committed to equal opportunity for women, minorities and the disabled. An application form and further details are available from: Mrs. Helen Mitchell-Sears, Neuropsychiatry Section, Departments of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 10th Floor Gates Building, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Phones: (215)662-2826 FAX 662-7903 E-mail: MITCHELL@BBL.PSYCHA.UPENN.EDU ============================================================ 17: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PSYCHOLOGY Institution: Hamilton College, Department of Psychology Location: Clinton, NY, USA ============================================================ The Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level (Ph.D. required) beginning August 26, 1996. Candidates will be considered from a broad range of areas, including but not limited to: Clinical, Developmental, Personality, or Social Psychology. The teaching load is the equivalent of five courses per year, including a section of the Introductory Psychology course, an advanced course, depending upon interest and experience, and the supervision of students' Senior Projects. Preference will be given to individuals who are capable of offering a course in: Abnormal, Clinical,or Educational Psychology, or supervising Field Study internships. Candidates will be expected to have an active research program and to supervise student independent research projects. The Department of Psychology, consisting of eight faculty members, has a tradition of excellence in teaching and research. Please have resume, reprints, transcripts of graduate work and three letters of recommendation sent to: Jonathan Vaughan, Chair Department of Psychology Hamilton College Clinton, New York, 13323 Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Hamilton College is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Review of applications will begin on December 1, 1995 and will continue until the position is filled.