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Nationwide Children’s Hospital - Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Trueman Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Autism Treatment


The Trueman Fellowship in Autism Treatment is a 2-year post-doctoral psychology training experience based in the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. This fellowship was developed to provide a unique opportunity for advanced training in evidence-based treatments of autism, across a range of ages, treatment modalities, and levels of functioning, and is conducted in a department rich in resources related to professional development. Our goal is to train psychologists to demonstrate leadership in the areas of service, training, research, and excellence in the provision of care for individuals with autism and their families. This fellowship is conducted in connection with the well-established Nationwide Children’s Hospital Psychology Post-Doctoral training programs in Pediatric Psychology and in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and is offered under the auspices of the Division of Psychology in the Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine at The Ohio State University.

Nationwide Children's Hospital is one of the largest pediatric facilities in the United States, and is one of the nation’s largest pediatric providers of mental health services. The Hospital leadership, along with the support of community partners, has selected Behavioral Health to be the focus of the Hospital’s current 5-year strategic plan, and one outcome will be the design and building of a Behavioral Health Pavilion in 2020, which will include acute levels of care, including a DD/IDD inpatient unit. The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, one program of NCH Behavioral Health, employs 130 faculty and staff all devoted to implementing a wide range of evidence-based interventions for children with ASD and their families. Services are organized into 4 programs:

The Behavioral Intervention Program provides early intensive behavioral intervention for both toddlers and young children.  This program also provides behavioral consultation, school consultation, and parent training for all ages.

The Outpatient Psychotherapy Program provides individual psychotherapy, family supports, school consultation, social skills groups, and psychotherapy groups to higher functioning clients;

The Complex Behavior Program provides both day treatment and community-based behavior support service for individuals with severe problem behavior, and has a specialized program for high functioning individuals with autism who also have severe problem behavior.

The Community Outreach Program provides ASD awareness, seminars, intake and psychoeducational services, group parent training, sibling support, summer camps, and recreational programming.

CASD services are offered to children from 18 months to 21 years of age, across the range of the autism spectrum, and are provided to a variety of recipients of care (individuals with ASD, their families and caregivers, community providers and other professionals) and across a range of settings (office, home, community, school, medical settings, in-patient psychiatric unit). This post-doctoral experience will allow for training in this broad range of service options, to provide the fellow with an excellent and broad basis of treatment knowledge (year 1), but also allow for clinical specialization and opportunities to provide supervision and implement program development (year 2). Collaboration with the NCH Child Development Center allows for additional opportunities to become proficient in diagnostic screening and assessment, cognitive assessment, and work within a multi-disciplinary team. Fellows engaging in research within these clinical areas is encouraged and supported.


Applicants must have completed all requirements of an APA-approved graduate program specializing in child/adolescence and disabilities experiences, and completed a one-year APA accredited clinical internship. Applicants must submit, by January 2, 2018, the following: letter of interest describing relevant training, work experience, and goals for post-doctoral development and career; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; graduate transcripts; copies of 2 test or treatment reports. Materials should be mailed or emailed to: Jacquie Wynn, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCH Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, 185 West Schrock Road, Westerville OH 43081 or Jacquie.wynn@nationwidechildrens.org. Selected applicants will be invited for an on-site interview in late January/early February.  Two fellowship positions are available this year, which will begin mid-August 2018.  See the website for more information about the fellowship experience at http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism-psychology-post-doctoral-fello....


Assistant Professor Position at Wright State University

 
WSU-SOPP is seeking outstanding child and adolescent psychology candidates at the Assistant Professor rank to start as early as July 1, 2017. We are seeking individuals to join our diverse and innovative faculty in our vibrant child emphasis, which is in its fifth year at WSU-SOPP.  Child emphasis faculty are invested in maintaining excellence in training doctoral level child and adolescent psychologists and expanding training and scholarship areas within the emphasis.  The SOPP program is an APA-accredited Psy.D. program in Clinical Psychology.  Required: Applicants must have a doctoral degree from an APA-accredited institution, demonstrated ability to teach practitioner students, and be licensed in Ohio as a psychologist or be able to acquire licensure in Ohio within six months of appointment. We are seeking candidates who possess clinical experience (assessment and therapy), and scholarly activities in child and adolescent psychology.  Preference will be given to applicants who also have pediatric psychology experience. Applicants must also have a broad commitment to the practitioner model of professional education and the School’s mission of integrating diversity into all aspects of our program. All candidates must have documented quality performance in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service consistent with the Assistant Professor rank. For additional requirements and to apply, go to http://jobs.wright.edu/postings/9598. Wright State University: AA/EOE/M/F/Vet/ Disability
 
(posted 3/16/17)

Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists (posted 2/14/17)

Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists
Specializing in the assessment and treatment of Autism and other Developmental Disabilities
 
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is recruiting psychologists in the Child Development Center (CDC). The Child Development Center is an established interdisciplinary program designed to serve the needs of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Child Development Center is part of Nationwide Children's Hospital Pediatric Behavioral Health program and is in the Division of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology in the Department of Pediatrics at the Ohio State University. Our program is one of 17 sites within the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network and the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, and we are participants in a wide range of multi-site research projects.
 
We have new and expanded positions open for individuals who are interested in working in a multi-disciplinary setting focusing on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children referred for possible autism and other developmental delays and disabilities. Our Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists work with Developmental Behavioral Pediatricians, Neurologists, Nurse Practitioners, Speech and Language Pathologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Genetic Counselors, and GI specialists in one integrated program. We have a large and diverse psychology faculty, an APPIC approved internship track, and a well-established post-doctoral clinical and research fellowship programs. Our faculty also participates in graduate student training and development as well as medical education.
We are specifically looking for psychologists interested the following areas:
1) Implementing short-term, targeted evidence based treatments for children with ASD/IDD.
2) Evidence based psychological testing for children with ASD/IDD.
Applicants who have interest and competency to specialize in identifying and treating co-occurring developmental psychopathologies in the context of autism and other developmental disabilities will be highly competitive applicants.
Applicants should have experience in working with children with developmental disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorders. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology and be license eligible in Ohio. The completion of formal post-doctoral training is highly desirable. We will consider candidates based on strengths in clinical service, clinical supervision, teaching, and also their career interests. All positions carry a faculty appointment in the Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is the largest Children’s Hospital in America and Columbus is a rapidly growing, diverse metropolitan area with a population around 2 million. For more information about Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Columbus, Ohio, visit us on the Web at www.nationwidechildrens.org.
This position will be open until filled and applications will be reviewed immediately. Interested candidates should send a cover letter stating career goals, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to:
 
To apply, contact: 
David Michalec, PhD 
Search Committee Chair & Clinical Director
Child Development Center Director
187 W. Schrock Rd, Westerville, OH 43081
Phone: (614) 355-7500 
Email:david.michalec@nationwidechildrens.org
 
For additional information you may also contact:
Eric M. Butter, PhD
Chief, Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology
Child Development Center
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus OH 43209
Phone: (614) 722-4700
Email: eric.butter@nationwidechildrens.org

Counselors Needed for Summer Treatment Program for Children with ADHD (posted 2/6/17)

 
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center is looking to recruit recreational and educational counselors for the ADHD Summer Treatment Program (STP). This an all-day, evidence-based, therapeutic program, devoted exclusively to 8-12 year old children with ADHD following the Summer Treatment Program developed by Dr. William Pelham. The STP is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and is directed by Dr. Aaron Vaughn, a clinical psychologist and expert in the treatment of children with ADHD. STP provides intensive weekday treatment tailored to children’s behavioral and educational needs. During the program, children are placed in age-similar groups of 12 children, and are supervised by 5-6 counselors (and one lead counselor per group). In order to improve classroom behavior, three hours a day are devoted to classroom intervention. During this time, children are supervised by counselors in a structured setting. Children spend the remainder of the day in recreational activities during which time the counselors implement a comprehensive behavior modification system. Treatment components include a point system, response cost, time out, group problem-solving, social skills training, sports skills training, as well as other strategies. 
 
Lead Counselors:
These staff members are typically advanced undergraduate or graduate-level students from clinical psychology, school psychology, social work, or related programs.  These are the lead treatment staff for each group of children.  They spend all day with the children except when the group is in the classroom.  As well as implementing the program, they supervise the 4 undergraduate counselors for each group of 10-12 children in implementing the treatment program.  In turn, the lead counselors are supervised by the clinical supervisors.  They may assist the clinical supervisors with parent training groups. During staff training, they also assist program staff members in training undergraduate counselors in the token economy/point system, time out procedures, social skills and problem solving training procedures and review the clinical records of the children with whom they will be working during the STP.  
 
Undergraduate Counselors:
These staff members are typically undergraduate students majoring in psychology, social work, education, or related fields.  Counselors implement the treatment program with the group of children to whom they are assigned and remain with them all day except when the children are in the classroom. Counselors implement the behavior modification treatment during recreational activities such as basketball, soccer, softball, and swimming. During these activities, counselors award points to the children for positive behaviors and take points from the children for negative behaviors.  Counselors also conduct sports skills training, social skills training, and problem solving training. Counselors and children participate together in group cooperative task sessions and counselors facilitate friendship development.  Counselors plan activities, design and revise individualized programs for each child and meet individually or as a group for supervision weekly.
 
The position provides junior and senior level undergraduate, and graduate level students with a valuable opportunity to receive training and gain experience with children in a clinical setting. 
• Excellent opportunity for graduate school and work recommendations 
• Gain clinical experience with children with ADHD and behavioral concerns 
• Learn and use behavioral treatment strategies 
• Receive daily supervision by clinical psychologists 
 
Training will begin in late May at our Center for ADHD. Counselors work Monday through Friday, typically from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, and lead counselors participate in parent training activities one evening a week between 4:45 pm and 6:15 pm. The program will end on August 4, 2017. Counselors are paid an hourly wage with overtime benefits. Housing for counselors also is available through the University of Cincinnati during the STP.
 
We are seeking intelligent, professional, and nurturing individuals with: 
• Strong interpersonal skills; Capability to react quickly and to deal with stressful situations
• Experience working with children; ability to be playful 
• • High level of motivation, enthusiasm and energy! 
• Sports skills and knowledge (softball, swimming, soccer, or basketball)
 
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE VIA OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.CINCINNATICHILDRENS.ORG/ADHD
Email: adhdstp@cchmc.org

Three Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Xavier University, Cincinnati (posted 12/20/16)

Xavier University invites applications for three full-time, tenure-track faculty positions in the School of Psychology, beginning August, 2017. The positions are designed to support our growing focus on health psychology, broadly defined. At least two of the positions will involve teaching and supervision in our APA-accredited clinical psychology Psy.D program, and thus the candidates for these positions should have earned a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) from an APA-accredited clinical or counseling psychology program; successful candidates for these positions must also be licensed or license-eligible in the state of Ohio with expectation of Ohio license within one year of hire. The third position is open to candidates with a doctoral degree in psychology whose teaching, research, and professional work is focused on health-related psychology; this could include occupational health, health disparities, clinical health, or health-related expertise in other areas, although preference will be given to candidates whose expertise meets the current program and course needs of the School. One of the positions may be considered at the Associate level, based on experience and credentials; the other two positions will be at the Assistant Professor level.
 
Successful candidates will teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels and will also be interested in and qualified to contribute to the research methods and/or statistics courses at the graduate and undergraduate level. Faculty activities include establishing an independent research program, research mentoring at the graduate and undergraduate levels, service within the School of Psychology, and providing clinical supervision to Psy.D. students (for those candidates with clinical/counseling credentials). Clinical supervision could involve training and overseeing therapeutic services provided by Psy.D. students from a specific theoretical orientation (e.g., Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), overseeing learning disability assessments, or supervising clinical students in the primary care or other health care settings.
 
The School of Psychology emphasizes that faculty demonstrate strong teaching and mentoring of students in scientific literacy and skills related to the responsible conduct of research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. In addition to our large undergraduate major, we have a Master’s program in Industrial-Organizational psychology and an APA-accredited clinical doctoral (PsyD) program. We strive to work collaboratively both within and between programs, and more broadly in the inter-professional education efforts in the College of Professional Sciences, which houses programs nursing, occupational therapy, health services administration, and health economics and analytics, among its programs. The College of Professional Sciences is building an interdisciplinary approach to address population health, an emerging paradigm in health care that recognizes that health results from the transaction among multiple factors. Population health aims to reduce health disparities among different groups due to physical and social determinants of health. Candidates for the positions in the School of Psychology will be encouraged to participate in the College’s initiatives in population health and inter-professional education. More information on the School of Psychology can be found at http://www.xavier.edu/psychology and about the College of Professional Sciences at http://www.xavier.edu/college-of-professional-sciences.
 
To be considered, applicants should submit a letter of interest (including statements regarding research and teaching), curriculum vitae, selected publications, and evidence of teaching effectiveness on Xavier University’s website.
 
Please note: Only 5 attachments can be uploaded during the application process online; consolidate documents if necessary.
 
Three letters of recommendation should be sent directly from recommenders to Kathleen J. Hart, Ph.D., School of Psychology Chair at hartk@xavier.edu. For questions regarding the position, contact either of the Search Committee Co-Chairs: Nick Salsman, Ph.D. at salsmann@xavier.edu or 513-745-4289 or Cindy Dulaney, Ph.D. at Dulaney@xavier.edu or 513-745-3535. Review of candidates will begin January 1, 2017 and continue until the positions are filled. Xavier University is dedicated to recruiting a diverse faculty and student community. We welcome all qualified applicants to apply, including women, people of color, other minorities, and veterans.

XAVIER UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN  MOOD DISORDERS, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus (posted 12/17/16)

This grant-funded position (NIMH R01) will provide the successful candidate with experience in: grant writing; analyzing, presenting, and publishing study findings from a longitudinal study of the development of mood disorders with over 10 years of data; assessment/treatment of youth and young adults with a wide array of psychopathology including depressive and bipolar spectrum disorders; and supervising students in a large lab. Clinical and research supervision provided; license eligibility anticipated after 1-2 years. More information about our research can be found at http://faculty.psy.ohio-state.edu/1/fristad/. Applicants must have completed an APA accredited doctoral program and internship with specialization in clinical child psychology and/or emerging adults. Start date: July 1-Sept 1, 2017 (There is flexibility to start earlier if the candidate is available). Stipend: $47,484 + benefits, including professional travel. Columbus, OH is a vibrant community with a 1.8 million population base and diverse cultural, sports, dining and recreational opportunities (check us out at www.experiencecolumbus.com); cost-of-living is low.  Send vita and three reference letters to Mary A. Fristad, PhD, ABPP, 1670 Upham Dr Ste 460G, Columbus, OH 43210 or mary.fristad@osumc.edu (614) 293-4572.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology, Emphasis in Psychological Assessment, Ethan D. Schafer Center at Lawrence School, Northeast Ohio (posted 12/9/16)

The Ethan D. Schafer Center at Lawrence School is pleased to offer a one year, full-time fellowship in child clinical psychology.   This fellowship will begin Summer 2017 (start date can be negotiated).  
 
This fellowship provides rigorous training focused on the assessment and diagnosis of children (ages 4-17) referred for possible developmental concerns, learning disorders, ADHD, Anxiety, Mood/Depression, and other disorders commonly identified in childhood. The fellow will provide a written report and feedback under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist.  A comprehensive and collaborative approach is emphasized in the training of assessment. The fellow will utilize evidence-based methods of identifying children with complex learning and mental health needs.  Assessments will be used to help plan school interventions and accommodations; and provide recommendations for psychological treatment.   
 
Other areas of clinical focus include involvement in the graduate student practicum program by way of group supervision, journal article discussion, and providing umbrella supervision to individual graduate students in the provision of psychological testing.
 
Other responsibilities include:  Research, professional development, and community outreach opportunities will develop over the course of the academic year.  Research activities may include conducting original research examining the sample of children assessed through the Ethan D. Schafer Center, conducting data analysis, and preparing manuscripts and posters for publication and presentation at national conferences.  The fellow will also be involved in conducting educational workshops for the community and work with the Director to provide professional development materials and talks for area clinicians, mental health providers, and school staff.
 
Job Requirements:  Applicants are required to have a Ph.D. or a Psy.D. from an APA-accredited graduate program and APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship.  Experience administering, scoring, and interpreting intellectual and diagnostic assessment for children is also required.  Excellent written communication, interpersonal skills, and clinical skills are important.  This fellowship will begin Summer 2017 and the appointment is for 1 year.  Salary is competitive and offers full benefits. The fellow is expected to work 32-hours per week and is encouraged to pursue other areas of clinical training or teaching outside of this fellowship to round out their fellowship training.  Background check/fingerprinting required.
 
To Apply:  Interested applicants should submit, via email, a letter of interest and detailed Curriculum Vitae in PDF format to:
 
Kelly M. Christian, PhD
c/o Renee Lewis
rlewis@lawrenceschool.org
440-832-7850
Administrative Coordinator
Ethan D. Schafer Center at Lawrence School
 
Applicants considered for this position will be asked to provide three letters of professional reference and a writing sample.  On-site interviews will be conducted in early February 2017. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
 
Lawrence School welcomes students and employees of all races, colors, religions, nationalities, or ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available at the school.
 
The Ethan D. Schafer Center at Lawrence School serves as a comprehensive resource to families and professionals in the area.  Its mission is to evaluate the educational and psychological needs of children, educate families and professionals, and navigate families to the appropriate resources and services.  The Schafer Center is a preferred training program for graduate students enrolled in APA-accredited programs in Northeast Ohio.  All evaluation methods comply with the rigorous demands associated with being a training facility.  The Schafer Center advances psychological training and provides exceptional services to families in the Northeast Ohio community.
 
Lawrence School is a two-campus, independent day school serving students with learning, language, and attention differences.  We are the only K-12 independent school in Northeast Ohio for students with distinct learning styles.  Our programs serve more than 300 students from over 80 communities in 11 counties in Northeast Ohio, and 86% of our graduates matriculate to two and four-year colleges.  The school is highly regarded within the region, enjoys strong support from its parent community, and is a pleasant, engaging place to work.

Trueman Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Autism Treatment, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus (posted 12/3/16, deadline 1/4/17)

The Trueman Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Autism Treatment is a 2-year post-doctoral psychology training experience based in the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.  This fellowship was developed to provide a unique opportunity for advanced training in evidence-based treatments of autism, across a range of ages, treatment modalities, and levels of functioning, and is conducted in a department rich in resources related to professional development.  Our goal is to train clinical psychologists to demonstrate excellence in the provision of care for individuals with autism and their families, and leadership in the areas of service, training, research, and
 
This fellowship is conducted in connection with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Psychology Post-Doctoral training programs in the Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine, at The Ohio State University.  NCH is one of the nation’s largest pediatric providers of mental health services. In 2015, NCH leadership selected Behavioral Health to be the focus of the Hospital’s current 5-year strategic initiative, and one outcome will be the opening of a Behavioral Health Pavilion in 2020, which will include acute levels of care, including a DD/IDD/ASD inpatient unit. 
 
The NCH Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders employs 115 staff and faculty all devoted to implementing a wide range of evidence-based interventions for children with ASD and their families.  CASD services are offered to children from 18 months to 21 years of age, across the range of the autism spectrum, and staff work in conjunction with medical and therapy providers to provide coordinated interdisciplinary care.  CASD services are organized into 4 programs: the Behavioral Intervention Program provides early intensive behavioral intervention for both toddlers and young children, transition services for teens, and behavioral consultation, school consultation, and parent training for all ages; the Outpatient Psychotherapy Program provides individual psychotherapy, family supports, school consultation, social skills groups, and psychotherapy groups to higher functioning clients; the Complex Behavior Program provides both day treatment and community-based behavior support service for individuals with severe problem behavior; and Community Outreach Program provides ASD awareness, seminars, intake and psychoeducational services, group parent training, sibling support, summer camps, and recreational programming. 
 
This post-doctoral experience will allow for training in this broad range of service options, with Year 1 providing a broad range of treatment experience, and Year 2 allowing for clinical specialization and opportunities to provide supervision and implement program development.  Collaboration with the NCH Child Development Center allows for additional opportunities to become proficient in diagnostic screening and assessment, cognitive assessment, and work within a multi-disciplinary team.  Salary and benefits follow NIH standards, along with an enhance professional development stipend of $1000.
 
NCH Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship programs are following the APPIC UPPD Uniform Notification Date Program.  Applications are due January 4, 2017 and applicants will be notified on February 27.  Applicants must submit: letter of interest describing relevant training, work experience, and goals for post-doctoral development and career; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; graduate transcripts; copies of 2 testing or treatment reports. Applicants must have completed all requirements of an APA-approved graduate program specializing in child/adolescence and disabilities experiences, and completed a one-year APA accredited clinical internship. Materials should be mailed or emailed to: Jacquie Wynn, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCH Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, 185 West Schrock Road, Westerville OH 43212 or to Jacquie.wynn@nationwidechildrens.org. Selected applicants will be invited for an on-site interview in late January/early February.  See this website for more information about the fellowship experience http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism-psychology-post-doctoral-fellowship

Postdoctoral Fellowship Position in Pediatric Psychology, Akron Children's Hospital, Akron (posted 12/2/16, deadline 12/12/16)

Akron Children’s Hospital is pleased to announce that we will be recruiting for two positions for a one year fellowship program in pediatric psychology (Beginning September 2017- Ending August 2018).  We currently have 13 full-time psychologists (including three neuropsychologists) available for supervision within multiple clinical programs. Rotations include inpatient and outpatient behavioral medicine consultation-liaison (general medical floors, hematology/oncology service, palliative care, epilepsy monitoring/treatment program, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain management) and additional rotations for outpatient services including Attention, Cognitive/Intellectual Functioning (ACE) Assessment, pediatric neuropsychological assessment program, Autism/Early Childhood Diagnostic Clinic, the School Success Program, Endocrinology, Obesity, and biofeedback for pain management and headache clinic. All fellows participate in a variety of didactic activities (e.g., Case Conference, Pediatric Grand Rounds, and Professional Development Seminar). Contribution to or initiation of research programs under the mentorship of faculty is a requirement of the fellowship. Research programs are ongoing and are embedded within many of the patient populations served by psychology in the hospital.
 
Fellows will receive a salary of $56,700 as well as a benefit package. Trainees interested in applying for the upcoming academic year beginning in September 2017 can obtain more information from the contact information below or from our website https://www.akronchildrens.org /cms/pediatric_psychology_fell owship/index.html
 
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, a current curriculum vita, an official transcript of their psychology graduate program, and three letters of reference.   Applications should be submitted through the Centralized Application System: https://appicpostdoc.liaisonca s.com/applicant-ux/#/login
 
The deadline for receipt of all application materials to our program is December 12. Invitations to interview will be extended by December 19.  Interviews will take place on February 6 and February 10.  If an applicant is offered an interview and is unable to attend one of the interview days in person, we are willing to set up interviews via phone or video conferencing software.  Akron Children’s Hospital will be following the APPIC Postdoctoral Selection Guidelines with offers being made on February 27. 
 
All inquiries regarding this information should be addressed to:
 
Chelsea Weyand, Psy. D., ABPP
Director of Pediatric Psychology Fellowship
215 W. Bowery St. Suite 4500
Akron, Oh 44308
Phone: 330-543-4894
Fax: 330-543-6075
cweyand@chmca.org

Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center Post-Doc Position, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (posted 12/2/16)

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) announces a 1-2 year post-doctoral fellowship position focusing on recovery following pediatric traumatic brain injury and evidence-based interventions. CCHMC is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country with a reputation for excellence and innovation in clinical care, teaching, and research. The Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Center for TBI Research are offering a psychology fellowship focused on TBI research. Training will be provided through an apprenticeship model incorporating active mentoring, career development, professional role identity, and development of skills in clinical research and care that ensures success as a scientist-practitioner.
 
This fellowship is housed in the TBI Research Center and is directed by Shari Wade, Ph.D. (shari.wade@cchmc.org). This is a 1 or 2-year fellowship with opportunities to work on multiple NIH, DOE, and PCORI funded studies of TBI, including prospective follow-up studies and numerous intervention studies focusing on preventing post-concussive syndrome, improving outcomes in young children with TBI, and facilitating participation and functional outcomes in adolescents with TBI. It is anticipated that at least 80% of time would be devoted to research activities. Applicants must have a doctoral degree from an APA approved program, completed and APA approved internship, and defended their dissertation prior to beginning the fellowship. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Applications should be addresses to:
 
Post-Doc Training Committee, c/o Vicky Sanders, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC-3015, Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039. 
 
Please visit our website for fellowship information and application forms at:
 
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Wade directly at shari.wade@cchmc.org. Please also contact Dr. Wade for more information. 
 
Psychology Fellowship Training Director: Meg Zeller, PhD

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Integrated/Primary Care Pediatric Psychology, MetroHealth Medical Center & Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland (posted 11/21/16, deadline 12/15/16)

“The pediatric psychology fellowship at Metro offers excellent mentoring, teaching and supervisory opportunities, experience with cutting-edge models of care, and supportive collaboration with multidisciplinary teams” – Julie Pajek, PhD, Current Postdoctoral Fellow
 
MetroHealth Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio is pleased to invite applications for a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Integrated/Primary Care Pediatric Psychology starting on or before September 1, 2017 (start date can be negotiated). 
 
The primary objective of the fellowship is to prepare the fellow for an academically-oriented career in integrated/primary pediatric psychology.  The fellowship focuses on clinical and research training within a pediatric primary care setting with an underserved population.  In addition, the fellow will provide consultation to specialty pediatric populations served within the pediatric outpatient setting (e.g., weight management, transgender youth, developmental disabilities/autism, traumatic brain injury, foster care, neuromuscular disorders, GI, diabetes/endocrine, adolescent health, and pain management). The fellow will participate as a member of the team in multidisciplinary and integrated clinics.  For Spanish-speaking applicants there is opportunity to work with patients as a member of the Hispanic Clinic team. 
 
The program will be individualized according to interest and goals of fellow.  50% of the time will be spent in direct clinical care of children and adolescents and in clinically related primary care activities (working with a multi-disciplinary team, working directly with families); 50% of the time will be spent in academic activities: teaching (supervision of psychology interns and practicum students from Case Western Reserve University, educational presentations to psychology and pediatric residents), research (e.g., recruitment and data collection, grant writing, manuscript preparation, mentored journal reviews), and professional development (e.g., didactics, professional development seminars, grand rounds, administrative time, and supervision). 
 
Successful applicants will have completed all requirements at their APA-approved doctoral graduate program in pediatric/child clinical or health psychology by the start of fellowship (including completion of dissertation defense) and will have completed an APA accredited internship in a medical setting specializing in children/families. Preference will be given to candidates with experience working in pediatric primary care settings and with multidisciplinary pediatric teams. 
 
Salary is competitive with full benefits provided (medical and dental, vacation, and standard holiday/sick leave).  In employment, as in education, the MetroHealth System and Case Western Reserve University are committed to Equal Opportunity and World Class Diversity. 
 
APPIC Psychology Postdoctoral Application: Complete the basic demographic, education, clinical training information and transcripts required of all applicants for all APPA CAS programs. Then select the appropriate programs (Integrated/Primary Care Pediatric Psychology) within the MetroHealth program (use Program # 67147). APPA CAS allows you to request letters of recommendation electronically which are then uploaded by the letter writer. (Note: APPA CAS refers to letters of recommendation as "Evaluations”). 
 
The following application requirements must be included (uploaded) in the APPA CAS
 
1.     Cover letter describing your career goals and a detailed description of how the postdoctoral fellowship at MetroHealth will help you achieve those goals. Make sure to include information pertaining to your experiences with pediatric settings, interprofessional teams, evidence-based interventions, psychological assessment, and research/scholarship. 
2.     Vita
3.     Three letters of recommendation. At least one of these must be from an internship supervisor.
4.     Letter from your dissertation chair regarding dissertation status and anticipated completion date. If your dissertation chair is one of your three letters of recommendation, this information can be included in that letter.
5.     Optional: 1-2 reprints or preprints of peer-reviewed journal articles or book chapters (please do not send a copy of your dissertation or thesis).
 
The deadline for completed applications is December 15, 2016 for the training year starting in Fall of 2017. All materials must be received by this date in order to be considered.  Except under very unusual circumstances, all application materials must be submitted through the APPA CAS.
 
Please contact us by E-mail if you have further questions: Terry Stancin, PhD, ABPP (Fellowship Director) c/o Katherine Atkinson (Educational Coordinator) at katkinson1@metrohealth.org.  
 
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Two Post-Doc Positions Available, Center for Injury Research and Policy, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus (posted 11/18/16)

The Center for Injury Research and Policy, located in The Research Institute of Nationwide Children's Hospital,
is seeking applicants for two post-doctoral fellows (behavioral science, epidemiology). The center
(www.injurycenter.org) is one of 9 CDC-funded Injury Control Research Centers.
 
Post-Doc Position I: Behavioral Science
 
Apply:
• Contact: Motao.Zhu@NationwideChildrens.org
• Start date: fall 2016, spring 2017, or summer 2017
 
Eligibility:
• Ph.D. in social and behavioral science, health education, sociology, psychology or a related field.
• Experience in survey research.
• Experience in application of social and behavioral theories.
• Experience in injury and violence prevention research is desirable.
 
Responsibilities of the post doc position:
  • Research areas: transportation safety, sports injury, traumatic brain injury.
  • Spend 50% of time on research activities mentored by an established behavioral scientist (Ginger Yang).
  • Spend 50% of time to provide direct support to a current NIH research study entitled “A Phone App to Reduce Cell Phone Usage among Young Drivers: A Pilot Study”. (PI: Motao Zhu)
  • Develop and test study protocols, surveys/instruments, and other data collection tools.
  • Develop and test interventions in reducing injuries.
  • Coordinate participant recruitment and data collection.
  • Assist in data analysis.
  • Assist in grant writing and preparation.
  • Write, review and submit manuscripts.
  • Conduct and coordinate research with the collaborators within and outside the Ohio State University.
Location and Tuition Assistance
• Columbus is the fifteenth largest city in the U.S. with metropolitan attractions and nearby suburban/rural comfort.
• Tuition assistance for courses at Ohio State University and national workshops.
 
Post-Doc Position II: Epidemiology
 
Apply:
• Contact: Motao.Zhu@NationwideChildrens.org
• Start date: fall 2016, spring 2017, or summer 2017
 
Eligibility:
• PhD in epidemiology, transportation, or a related field.
• Experience in research with peer-reviewed articles.
• Experience in injury and violence prevention research is desirable.
 
Responsibilities of the position:
  • Develop first-authored and co-authored articles in transportation safety in areas such as cell phone use
  • while driving, traffic laws, health disparities, and drug and alcohol involvement.
  • Provide direct support to NIH- and CDC-funded studies
    • NIH R01: Do cell phone laws reduce calling, texting, and crashes among young drivers?
    • NIH R21: A phone app to reduce cell phone usage among young drivers: a pilot study
    • CDC R21: Disparities in cell phone law effectiveness across population subgroups and geographic regions
    • NIH R01: Licensing laws, mobility, and traffic safety among older adults
  • Assist in data analysis.
  • Assist in grant writing and preparation.
  • Conduct and coordinate research with the collaborators at Ohio State University College of Public Health, College of Medicine, College of Engineering, and Crash Imminent Safety University Transportation Center.
Location and Tuition Assistance
• Columbus is the fifteenth largest city in the U.S. with metropolitan attractions and nearby suburban/rural comfort.
• Tuition assistance for courses at Ohio State University and national workshops

Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati (posted 11/12/16)

The Department of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati (UC) seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor in clinical psychology who will contribute to the department’s research, undergraduate and graduate teaching, and service missions. Minimum qualifications for this position include completion of a Ph.D. in psychology from an APA-accredited program, completion of an APA accredited internship, and license eligibility as a psychologist in Ohio. The ideal applicant will have an established publication record and ability to secure external funding in a programmatic area of research. We welcome applicants with research interests in a variety of clinically relevant areas, but are particularly interested in candidates whose research is relevant to community health; health or mental health disparities; substance abuse; or pediatric psychology.  This position affords opportunities to collaborate with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and local community agencies. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct research, mentor student research, provide clinical supervision of doctoral students in our department’s Behavioral Health Center, teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and make service contributions to the department, the university, and the profession. 
 
Qualified applicants will be evaluated on (a) their training and experience in clinical psychology, (b) their program of research, including publication record and ability to obtain extramural funding, (c) their potential to provide high-quality clinical supervision, and (d) their teaching excellence. We strongly encourage applications from members of under-represented groups, including people of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans. The University is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community in general, and to the department and clinical program in particular, and who can contribute to the lessening of disparities in health care access and outcomes in the community at large. We seek applicants who can teach in a diverse university community and have experience helping students from diverse backgrounds succeed. UC and the Department of Psychology are responsive to candidates' work-life concerns and are committed to building a multicultural work force. UC has a dual-career hiring program in place; more information is available at www.uc.edu.
 
The University of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates must apply online at jobs.uc.edu (the position and application portal will officially open in mid-November). Applicants must include in their online application an up-to-date vita and a cover letter not to exceed three pages that includes a description of: (a) research interests, (b) teaching experiences, (c) experiences to support an ability to provide clinical supervision, including a description of readiness to apply for Ohio licensure as a Psychologist, and (d) the names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of at least three but no more than five professional references. In addition, you will be asked to upload a separate one-page statement describing your commitment to diversity. Please address any questions regarding this search to Sarah Whitton at sarah.whitton@uc.edu.  
 
The University of Cincinnati is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer/ M/F/Vet/Disabled.

Social Worker/Clinical Counselor Position, Center for ADHD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) (posted 11/2/16)

The Center for ADHD is seeking a full-time Masters-level clinician to coordinate our ADHD Summer Treatment Program (STP) and provide direct patient care.  CCHMC is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country with a reputation for excellence and innovation in clinical care, research, and training. The Center for ADHD (http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/c/adhd/default/), housed within the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, is composed of a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians and researchers devoted entirely to improving the care of children and adolescents with ADHD.  The STP offers a comprehensive treatment program for children's behavioral, emotional, and learning problems. This program is composed of a set of evidence-based treatments incorporated into a 7-week therapeutic summer day camp setting. Group and tailored individual treatment plans are implemented by trained paraprofessionals under the supervision of experienced senior staff members.
 
Additional responsibilities of the position include facilitating parent training and academic skills groups for children/adolescents with ADHD as well as providing direct care / individual outpatient therapy during the school year.  Previous STP experience is strongly preferred.  
 
Please contact Dr. Aaron Vaughn (aaron.vaughn@cchmc.org) with any questions related to this position.
 
 
 
Full Job Title: SOCIAL WORKER / CLINICAL COUNSELOR / LISW or LPCC REQUIRED / ADHD Treatment Program 
 
Job Number: 87986 
 
Location: Cincinnati, OH 
 
Date Posted: 10-4-2016 
 
TITLE: CLINICAL COUNSELOR I/SOCIAL WORKER I 
 
Required: 
·Master's Degree in clinical counseling program AND current license of LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor) OR LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) with the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage & Family Board required. LPCs must be eligible for the LPCC within 6 months of the hire date. OR 
·Master's degree in Social work AND Current LSW or LISW license with the State of Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board. 
·Current License to Practice in State 

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for ADHD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), Cincinnati (posted 10/20/16, deadline 1/5/17)

CCHMC is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country with a reputation for excellence and innovation in clinical care, research, and training. The Center for ADHD (http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/c/adhd/default/), housed within the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, is composed of a multi-disciplinary team of researchers and clinicians devoted entirely to improving the care of children and adolescents with ADHD. Center for ADHD faculty are highly productive and hold numerous foundation grants and federal grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Institute of Education Sciences (IES). Ongoing studies focus on sleep functioning in teens with and without ADHD, sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT), driving in teens with ADHD, effects of methylphenidate discontinuation, and executive functioning in preschoolers. Fellows will obtain experience in multiple research designs (experimental, prospective longitudinal, intervention, school-based), disseminating research through presentations and publications, and contributing to grant-writing activities. Fellowships in the Center are typically two years. During the second year, fellows are encouraged to write and submit their own grant proposals. Fellows receive weekly clinical and research mentoring with the goal of ensuring that they are highly competitive job applicants upon completion of fellowship. Fellowships in the Center for ADHD are part of a larger network of Psychology Fellowships at CCHMC (http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/education/clinical/fellowship/beh-med/default/). Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical or school psychology from an APA-accredited program, completed an APA-accredited internship, and defended their dissertation prior to beginning the fellowship. Please visit our website for fellowship information and access to our online application portal: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/education/clinical/fellowship/beh-med/contact/. Questions specific to the studies in the Center for ADHD may be addressed to Dr. Stephen Becker (stephen.becker@cchmc.org) or Dr. Jeff Epstein (jeff.epstein@cchmc.org). For more general assistance, applicants may contact the Psychology Fellowship Coordinator (Vicky Sanders, vicky.sanders@cchmc.org) or the Director of Psychology Fellowship Training (meg.zeller@cchmc.org). The application deadline is Thursday, January 5th, 2017.

Assistant Professor, School of Professional Psychology, Wright State University, Dayton (posted 10/20/16)

WSU-SOPP is seeking outstanding candidates at the Assistant Professor rank to start as early as July 1, 2017. We are seeking individuals to join our diverse and innovative faculty in our new child emphasis area. The SOPP program is an APA-accredited Psy.D. program in Clinical Psychology.  Required: Applicants must have a doctoral degree from an APA-accredited institution, demonstrated ability to teach practitioner students, and be licensed in Ohio as a psychologist or be able to acquire licensure in Ohio within six months of appointment. We are seeking candidates who possess clinical experience (assessment and therapy), and scholarly activities focusing on pediatric psychology. Applicants must also have a broad commitment to the practitioner model of professional education and the School’s mission of integrating diversity into all aspects of our program. All candidates must have documented quality performance in the areas of teaching, scholarship and service. For additional requirements and to apply, go to http://jobs.wright.edu/postings/9598. Wright State University: AA/EOE/M/F/ Vet/ Disability.

Part-Time Post-Baccalaureate Research Assistant, Child and Adolescent Health Research Laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of Cincinnati (posted 9/24/16)

The Child and Adolescent Health Research Laboratory (CAHRL) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati is looking for a part-time (20 hours/week) post-baccalaureate research assistant for several grant-funded research projects focused on executive functioning, anxiety, and chronic pain in adolescents and emerging adults. The research assistant will participate in all aspects of these research projects. Duties include participant recruitment, screening, and scheduling; administering psychological questionnaires and assisting with quantitative sensory testing; as well as data entry, management, and analysis. Participation in multidisciplinary meetings regarding research design and implementation is expected.  Opportunities for contributing to manuscripts, posters and grant applications are available.  Other duties include preparing IRB submissions and coordinating communication with research collaborators at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. A strong academic record is essential.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
·         A bachelor's degree or higher, preferably in psychology, neuropsychology, neuroscience, or a related field
·         Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
·         Previous research experience
·         Proficiency in the use of SPSS and Microsoft applications
·         Strong organizational skills
·         Strong interpersonal skills
·         Ability to work well with adolescents, parents, and young adults
 
This position is open until filled and will require a one-year commitment, contingent upon performance.  
 
To apply, you must complete our online application at https://jobs.uc.edu.
 
Include a cover letter, up-to-date CV and two letters of recommendation (sent directly by your recommenders) to Dr. Kristen Jastrowski Mano at manokn@ucmail.uc.edu.

Pediatric Behavioral Research Faculty Opening, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio State University, Columbus (posted 8/23/16)

The Center for Biobehavioral Health in the Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital is seeking applicants for a tenure track faculty position at the Associate or Full Professor level.  Applicants with an established program of research and extramural funding are strongly encouraged to apply. The specific area of research within pediatric behavioral research is flexible (e.g., mood, anxiety, or conduct disorders). Interdisciplinary work that intersects with neuroimaging, neuroendocrine function, and/or epigenetics is encouraged. Research involving the evaluation of innovative interventions, community-based services, or primary prevention is also highly desirable. Applicants should have an MD or PhD in medicine, social/behavioral sciences, epidemiology, or public health with an emphasis on pediatric populations.

Faculty members have an appointment in the Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Joint appointments in other departments and colleges within the university are easily arranged. Salary and benefits are very competitive and are based on experience and academic rank. An attractive startup package will be provided to support the faculty member's research needs.

The Center for Biobehavioral Health seeks to improve the health and health care of children and their families through behavioral research, using a biopsychosocial approach. The center includes 11 fulltime faculty members with current areas of research including children with acquired brain disorders (e.g., traumatic brain injury, brain tumors), prematurity, behavioral health disorders, and other pediatric conditions. Collaboration and educational programming occurs in close partnership with faculty in the Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice and the Center for Injury Research and Policy, as well as other research centers and clinical departments at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is one of the fastest growing pediatric research centers in the U.S. and is ranked 6th in National Institutes of Health funding among free-standing children's hospitals. As a global leader in pediatric healthcare, we are the nation’s largest not-for-profit freestanding pediatric healthcare network serving a population of over 3 million. As part of the hospital’s strategic growth initiative, a $730 million investment was recently announced to support an unprecedented expansion. At its cornerstone is a new Behavioral Health Pavillion devoted to the mental healthcare of children and adolescents. http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/06/10/childrens-expansion.html

Columbus, Ohio is a rapidly growing metropolitan area with a population over 1.5 million. For more information about Children’s Hospital and Columbus, Ohio, visit us on the web at www.nationwidechildrens.org. Nationwide Children’s Hospital is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Questions can be directed to the search committee chair: Cynthia A. Gerhardt, Ph.D., Director, Center for Biobehavioral Health, The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital, e-mail: Cynthia.Gerhardt@nationwidechildrens.org.

Individuals interested in applying for the position should forward a letter stating your research focus and qualifications along with a CV: c/o Kamma Smith, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, 700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio, 43205, or kamma.smith@nationwidechildrens.org. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Senior Research Coordinator Position, Center for ADHD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital (posted 5/12/16)

The Center for ADHD at Cincinnati Children's Hospital is looking for a Master's level (or equivalent years with research coordination experience) Lab Coordinator. We have several new and ongoing funded research studies at the Center for ADHD and are looking for an experienced research coordinator to manage the studies and oversee staff, as well as participate in study activities including recruitment, scheduling, assessments (including diagnostic assessments, and IQ, achievement, and neuropsychological testing), interventions (including sleep manipulations and driving simulations), data management, regulatory documentation, etc. The right person will be high energy, show great initiative and independence, be flexible, and have experience in research coordinator activities. Interested individuals can send a curriculum vitae and references to Stephen Becker, Ph.D. (stephen.becker@cchmc.org).

Psychologist Position, High Functioning Autism/Counseling Program, Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus (posted 4/25/16)

The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (NCH CASD) is currently seeking a licensed psychologist to join the faculty of our Counseling Program for high-functioning individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD), located in Columbus, Ohio, has more than 90 clinicians serving the needs of individuals with ASD through our Behavioral Intervention, Severe Behavior, HFA/Counseling, and Community Outreach Programs.  The HFA/Counseling Program serves youth with ASD, offering individual and group psychotherapy, in addition to parent training, school consultation, and recreational services.
 
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders serves over 1200 families each year, using evidenced-based models of care, and offering a wide-ranging continuum of care.  Services at the Center are provided in an integrated fashion with the Child Development Center, the Departments of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics and Psychiatry, and the wide array of clinical care programs in the Behavioral Health Department.  Nationwide Children’s Hospital is the largest provider of pediatric mental health care in the nation, and offers a unique and enriched environment within which to provide ASD services.  Opportunities are readily available for collaboration and research with faculty in other departments of the Ohio State University, the Autism Treatment Network team at the Child Development Center, and the NCH Research Institute faculty.
 
This psychologist position would assist in the leadership of a team of clinicians with specific training in psychotherapeutic interventions for youth with ASD and their families. This psychologist will assist in supervising others who are providing clinical services, training staff, completing administrative functions, developing new models of service, establishing relationships in the community, and contributing to the growth of the CASD provision of care. He/she will also assist in supervising and teaching practicum students, interns, post-doctoral fellows, residents, and volunteers.  Involvement in research is encouraged. 
 
Applicants should have experience in working with children with developmental Disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorders. The clinical areas of expertise and interest may include: cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, social skills training, behavior consultation, adolescent mental health, mindfulness, transition-to-adulthood issues, crisis and trauma interventions, family therapy, school consultation and parent training.  Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology and be license eligible in Ohio. The completion of formal post-doctoral training is highly desirable. We will consider candidates based on strengths in clinical service, clinical supervision, teaching, and also their career interests. All positions carry a faculty appointment in the Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University (track and rank based upon experience).
 
This position will be open until filled and applications will be reviewed immediately. Interested candidates should send a cover letter stating career goals, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to:
 
Jacqueline Wynn, Ph.D., BCBA-D, COBA
Director  | Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders  | Nationwide Children's Hospital
Clinical Assistant Professor | Department of Pediatrics | School of Medicine, Ohio State University
Adjunct Professor | Department of Psychology | The Ohio State University
187 West Schrock Road  | Westerville, OH 43081
Phone: (614) 355-7500 |  Fax: (614) 355-7533
Jacquie.wynn@nationwidechildrens.org

Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists, Assessment and Treatment of Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus (posted 3/10/16)

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is recruiting psychologists in the Child Development Center (CDC). The Child Development Center is an established interdisciplinary program designed to serve the needs of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Child Development Center is part of Nationwide Children's Hospital Pediatric Behavioral Health program and collaborates within the Section of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics. Our program is one of 17 sites within the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network, the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, the SFARI SPARK Clinical Site Network. We participate in a wide range of multi-site, externally funded clinical research projects. 

The Child Development Center is one of the most comprehensive and largest neurodevelopmental psychology departments in the country and is part of one of the largest Pediatric Behavioral Health units. We have new and expanded positions open for individuals who are interested in working in a multi-disciplinary setting focusing on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children referred for possible autism and other developmental delays and disabilities. Our Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists work with Developmental Behavioral Pediatricians, Neurologists, Nurse Practitioners, Speech and Language Pathologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Genetic Counselors, and GI specialists. We have a large and diverse psychology faculty, an APPIC approved internship track, and a well established post-doctoral fellowship program. Our faculty also participates in graduate student training and development as well as medical education. 

We are specifically looking for psychologists interested either of the two following areas: 1) Implementing short-term, targeted evidence based treatments for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other neurodevelopmental conditions. 2) Evidence based psychological testing for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other neurodevelopmental conditions. We are looking for a colleague interested in developing targeted assessments to re-evaluate progress and design treatment interventions for this population as well as participating in our established diagnostic assessment program. 

Applicants should have experience in working with children with developmental disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorders. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology and be license eligible in Ohio. The completion of formal post-doctoral training is highly desirable. We will consider candidates based on strengths in clinical service, clinical supervision, teaching, and also their career interests. All positions carry a faculty appointment in the Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University (track and rank based upon experience). 

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is a “top 10” children’s hospital and provides the majority of pediatric and pediatric behavioral health care services and training opportunities in central and southeastern Ohio, serving a population of over 3 million. We are the nation’s largest and oldest Pediatric Health Accountable Care Organization (ACO). Columbus is a rapidly growing, diverse metropolitan area with a population around 2 million. For more information about Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Columbus, Ohio, visit us on the Web at www.nationwidechildrens.org. A formal application can also be accessed there. 

This position will be open until filled and applications will be reviewed immediately. Interested candidates should send a cover letter stating career goals, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to: 

David Michalec, PhD 
Search Committee Chair 
Clinical Director 
Developmental Integrated Intervention Programs 
Child Development Center 
187 W. Schrock Rd, Westerville, OH 43081 
Phone: (614) 355-7500 
Email:david.michalec@nationwidechildrens.org 

For additional information you may also contact: 

Carrie Murphy, PhD 
Clinical Director 
Developmental Assessment Programs 
Child Development Center 
187 W. Schrock Rd, Westerville, OH 43081 
Phone: (614) 355-7500 
Email:caroline.murphy@nationwidechildrens.org 

Eric M. Butter, PhD Director
Child Development Center 
Director, Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology 
Division Chief, Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology 
Section Chief, Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health 
Nationwide Children’s Hospital 
Psychology 3F-JWEST 
700 Children's Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205 
Linda Newport (Administrative Assistant): 614-722-4065 
Telephone: 614-722-4700 
Email: Eric.Butter@nationwidechildrens.org

Clinical Program Manager, Psychological Services Center (PSC), The Ohio State University, Columbus (posted 2/21/16)

The Department of Psychology at The Ohio State University (OSU) is seeking candidates for a
full-time Clinical Program Manager of the Psychological Services Center (PSC). The PSC is
housed within the Clinical Psychology Program at OSU which is accredited by both the American
Psychological Association (APA) and Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System
(PCSAS). The PSC serves the greater Columbus community and the University community by
providing no-cost treatment to a diverse client-base. Clinical psychology doctoral students
benefit from excellent training in the integration of science and practice at the PSC. The Clinical
Program Manager will be an integral member of our active Clinical Psychology Program.
 
The Clinical Program Manager is responsible for providing clinical training and supervision to
graduate students in our doctoral program in clinical psychology. The Clinical Program Manager
will also be responsible for administration of clinic operations, serving as the HIPAA compliance
and Security Officer for the PSC, facilitating clinical research, providing community outreach,
and maintaining community relations. Opportunities to teach clinically-oriented graduate
courses are available.
 
The Clinical Program Manager must have a doctoral degree in psychology and must be licenseeligible
in Ohio (http://psychology.ohio.gov/Applicants/Psychologist). The ideal candidate will
have demonstrated expertise in providing evidence-based assessment and treatment services.
Clinical supervisory experience and an interest in clinical research are also desired. We offer a
comprehensive benefits package and a competitive salary.
 
Please visit our websites for more information about our department (http://www.psy.ohiostate.edu/)
and the PSC (http://psc.osu.edu/). Candidates should apply online at
www.jobsatosu.com, job listing number 415740 and include curriculum vitae and three letters
of reference. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position
is filled. We anticipate a start date between July and September, 2016. Please contact Jennifer
Cheavens, Ph.D. at cheavens.1@osu.edu with any questions.
 
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or
identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.