ASSISTANT PROFESSOR DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
The Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota seeks an outstanding candidate for a tenure-track position in developmental psychopathology at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 2018. We are particularly interested in researchers who (1) study normative and atypical development together in order to understand basic processes that influence pathways of developmental toward or away from pathological outcomes, (2) adopt a multiple levels of analysis approach (including but not limited to crossing behavior with one or preferably more of the following: genetics, epigenetics, neurobiological, relational, or sociocultural); (3) examine gene-environment interplay; and/or (4) conduct theoretically informative translational research via randomized control trials and/or intervention studies. Advanced developmental research methods and/or statistical expertise are especially valued. All applicants are expected to have strong and fundable research programs and to contribute to both graduate and undergraduate supervision and instruction in developmental psychology/developmental psychopathology.
Review of applications will begin October 9, 2017. Visit https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and search for Job Opening ID: 319286. Completed applications will include a letter addressing qualifications, CV, a description of the applicant’s research program, up to 4 representative publications, and 3 letters of recommendation. All supporting materials, except for the reference letters, should be attached electronically to the online application. Inform your references that letters of recommendation should be emailed to email@example.com.
The University of Minnesota is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Child Behavioral Health Program Administrator Willmar, MN (posted 3/16/17)
$71,535 - $102,918 annually
Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Services (CABHS) in Willmar has an opening for an experienced leader to oversee the delivery of inpatient mental health services for children, adolescents, and young adults (ages 6-18) with serious behavioral and emotional disturbances. The treatment team consists of hospitalists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and rehabilitation therapists dedicated to the use of evidence-based practices and integrated, person-centered approaches. CABHS is operated by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Join our team as a State of Minnesota employee!
Duties of the CABHS Program Administrator include:
• Provide overall direction and leadership to the clinical, human, fiscal and physical plant resources to ensure the highest quality care and treatment are provided to clients requiring child and adolescent mental health treatment and or/related conditions for a state-wide adolescent mental health treatment program.
• Determine the direction and scope of treatment staff activity; develop strategies to recognize and resolve operational and physical plant issues.
• Develop and maintain collaborative business relationships with local, county, and community services to provide an array of treatment resources to clients.
• Ensure training and credentialing requirements are met and encourage staff professional development.
• Ensure treatment services continuously meet or exceed all applicable Federal, State and local rules, standard, and regulations.
The State of Minnesota offers an excellent employee benefits package, including low-cost medical and dental insurance with affordable dependent coverage, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.
• Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or closely related management field;
• At least three years of hospital management experience (public or private, medical or behavioral);
• Two years of experience working with children and adolescents;
• Knowledge of laws, rules and regulations relating to hospital operations;
• Working knowledge of community resources, data reporting management, documentation and record‑keeping systems, human resources and labor relations practices, funding resources and funding requirements;
• Knowledge of Quality Assurance Process Improvement;
• Possession of strong organization skills;
• Ability to communicate effectively;
• Ability to promote a team oriented work environment;
• Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities.
• Master's Degree in Business Administration, Executive Leadership, Hospital Administration, or closely related management field;
• Licensed Mental Health Professional with at least three years of administrative experience.
Pediatric Psychologist position in Minneapolis, MN (posted 2/5/17)
The Rosenberg Center, located in Roseville, MN, is recruiting a full-time child psychologist. The Rosenberg Center is a clinic of excellence that focuses on evidence based practices. The position will include assessment and treatment of children with a variety of developmental and behavioral disorders. In this position the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work with a variety of disciplines including medical providers, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and educational specialists to provide the best possible quality care for children and their families. This position requires a doctorate in psychology as well as current state licensure. This position involves a significant amount of assessment as well as intervention with children and their families.
The Rosenberg Center offers a competitive salary, small clinic atmosphere and flexible scheduling.
Part-time to Full-time
Doctorate in Psychology
MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM, MAYO CLINIC, Rochester (posted 12/2/16, deadline 12/16/16)
APA Accredited in the specialty practice areas of CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, & CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY: The Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Mayo Clinic Rochester, is accepting applications for our APA-Accredited two-year specialty practice programs. Applicants apply to one of our three programs. Fellowship positions are available for July 1, 2017. Start dates are negotiable. The fellowship will prepare doctoral level clinical or counseling psychologists from APA-accredited graduate programs and internships for professional careers in academic health science centers. The Medical Psychology Fellow's experience in each specialty practice area combines clinical, educational and research activities. Fellows select research mentors and have 30% protected research time. Educational opportunities are varied and include weekly departmental grand rounds, case conferences, journal club, and didactic seminars. Fellows also receive funding for attendance and/or presenting at national conferences.
The Clinical Child /Pediatric Psychology fellowship includes advanced clinical training, education, and research activities with opportunities for additional specialization in areas of interest within clinical child and/or pediatric psychology. Fellows choose their rotations and length of rotation based on their own interests/career goals. They are required to spend at least one month in a day treatment program (pain rehabilitation or mood disorders), consultation/liaison inpatient service, and assessment clinic. The remainder of the fellowship includes additional experience in the rotations above along with clinical opportunities in a variety of multidisciplinary outpatient clinics (e.g. anxiety, ADHD, autonomic dysfunction, behavior medicine, craniofacial disorders, LD, mood disorders, obesity/weight management/bariatric surgery, pain, primary care and traumatic brain injury). Fellows maintain an active outpatient therapy caseload and have opportunities to facilitate a variety of group-based interventions.
: Applicants must submit a letter of interest, transcripts, curriculum vitae, completed application and at least three letters of reference. The application deadline is December 16, 2016. Application materials and more information are available from our website address: http://www.mayo.edu/msgme/psychology-rch.html
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Postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Psychology at the Minnesota Epilepsy Group, with inpatient consultation at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota in St. Paul: The Minnesota Epilepsy Group invites applications for a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology beginning August/September of 2017. Applicants with significant inpatient consultation/liaison experience who are seeking a one-year fellowship will also be considered. Minnesota Epilepsy Group is a multidisciplinary clinic serving patients with neurological and psychological disorders including epilepsy, brain tumors, chronic headaches, and conversion disorders, as well as adjustment to chronic illness. Common psychological comorbidities in our patient population include depression, anxiety, and behavior problems. The successful candidate would join a team of 8 psychologists representing specialties in pediatric and adult clinical psychology and pediatric and adult neuropsychology who work collaboratively with neurologists/epileptologists to provide inpatient and outpatient services to epilepsy patients and their families.
The position will provide supervised clinical training in pediatric consultation/liaison service, psychotherapy, and psychological assessment. Primary clinical rotations include the Inpatient Consultation/Liaison Service on the Neurosciences unit at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, St. Paul, and outpatient therapy at Minnesota Epilepsy Group clinic. Opportunities to learn about program development are available through participation in several multidisciplinary clinics, including our New Onset Pediatric Epilepsy clinic and our Transition-Age Program.
Participation in clinical research is an expectation of the fellowship and protected time to pursue research interests will be provided (approximately 10% of the fellow’s time). Ongoing research studies focus on early detection of psychological comorbidities in a new-onset pediatric epilepsy population, assessment of transition readiness and psychological symptoms during transition from pediatric to adult care, and treatment outcomes for pediatric patients diagnosed with conversion disorder. The fellow will also be provided with a range of didactic experiences to prepare the fellow for transitioning into a professional role as a psychologist.
In the second year, the candidate will be encouraged to present their clinical research at the American Epilepsy Society annual meeting as a first author. If the fellow’s presentation is accepted, this conference will be funded. Opportunities to work toward board certification will also be supported in the candidate’s second year (ABPP).
We are seeking candidates who have had a clinical concentration in child/adolescent treatment and assessment and who have had some experience treating patients with chronic medical illness. Applicants with practical experience in a hospital setting and work specifically with children suffering neurological impairment are encouraged to apply, but this is not a requirement of the position. This position requires a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program and successful completion of an APA accredited internship. Salary is competitive, with full benefits provided.
Submit a letter of interest, CV, and three letters of reference no later than December 20, 2016 to:
225 N Smith Ave. Ste. 201
St. Paul, MN 55102