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Child/Adolescent Psychologist (posted 9/14/17)

 
Our established, well-respected child and family oriented private practice (Sageview Youth Psychology) in southeastern Washington State is recruiting for a psychologist who has experience in evaluating and/or treating children, adolescents, and their families. 
 
Experience with ADHD, anxiety/depressive disorders, and ASD is highly desirable. However, we will seriously consider applicants who have other child and family specialty interests, including neuropsychology. On an individual basis, we will also consider applicants who are in need of supervision prior to licensure.
 
We have served the southeastern Washington region since 1999. Our clinic is currently comprised of a pediatric neuropsychologist, clinical child psychologist, doctoral-level marriage and family therapist, and two master’s level therapists, as well as an office manager and receptionist/intake coordinator.
 
We are the only child/family-focused mental health clinic in our region of Washington State. Consequently, referrals are readily available, based on strong practice relationships within the medical, mental health, educational, legal, and human service communities. Wait lists for evaluation and treatment typically exceed 4 months.
 
Our compensation package is competitive, and salaried, hourly, and percentage-based options are available. We provide various employment benefits, including a qualified retirement plan and compensation toward health insurance, and full administrative support for scheduling and billing.
 
Additional information about our clinic is available at www.sageviewpsych.com and information about the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, & Richland) is available at http://www.visittri-cities.com/. Interested individuals should contact Scott D. Grewe, Ph.D., ABPP/CN, at 1950-O Keene Road, Richland, WA 99352, 509-627-2600, or Grewe@sageviewpsych.com for more information.


POSTDOCTORAL PROGRAM – UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON (Posted 9/8/2017)


POSTDOCTORAL PROGRAM – UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center
Postdoctoral Research Training Program in School Mental Health

The University of Washington School of Medicine and College of Education are recruiting two fellows for 2018 for the SMART Center’s Postdoctoral Research Training Program in School Mental Health, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute for Education Sciences (IES).

The fellowship’s areas of focus align with those of the SMART Center and include research-based school behavioral health strategies and policies, implementation science, educational equity, clinical research methodology, and understanding and reducing ethnic and racial disparities. The successful applicants will work closely with one or more faculty in the School of Medicine and/or CoE who will serve as mentors on current and recently completed federally funded research projects. Examples of these projects include development and testing of teacher trainings to enhance and restore relationships with students; designing implementation strategies to support the uptake and sustained use of evidence-based emotional and behavioral practices among teachers and school-based clinicians; large scale, multi-site efficacy trials of a brief school-based mental health intervention and a Tier 3 “wraparound” strategy for students at risk of school failure; studies focused on racial and ethnic disproportionality in discipline; development and testing of a measurement suite to support educator adoption of evidence-based practices; and many others. (For more details on the SMART Center’s funded projects and faculty interests, see http://education.washington.edu/smart).  

In addition to mentorship from faculty who serve as PIs on federally funded research projects, fellows will also:
•    Engage in an individualized sequence of applied experiences in research design and advanced statistical techniques from SMART Center faculty who are nationally recognized experts in educational statistics and methodology;
•    Engage in extensive scholarly writing, secondary data analysis, and development and execution of their own independent research agendas;
•    Participate in coursework relevant to the fellow’s interests and individualized plan;
•    Interact with partners from schools, districts, and state education authorities as part of the SMART Center’s community evaluation and mobilization projects;
•    Receive a $5,100 travel budget each year to attend up to 3 events, meetings, or trainings (additional meetings may be attended using relevant grant funds);
•    Have access to $6,000 each year for independent research project costs (e.g., laptop, statistical software, participant honoraria, local travel, hourly research assistant time).

Qualifications
•    Interest and experience in research focused on: (1) effective strategies for implementing evidence-based and culturally-responsive mental health assessment and intervention practices in the education sector; (2) strategies for understanding and reducing ethnic and racial disparities in discipline and achievement; (3) enhancing school mental health data collection and use capacities (e.g., via screening, measurement-based care, data-driven decision support); and/or (4) care coordination models in education and community settings for diverse youth, and those with complex needs.
•    An earned doctorate in Clinical, Community, School, or Educational Psychology or a related discipline – such as Special Education or Social Work at the time of appointment.
•    Candidates must be citizens of the United States to be eligible for the fellowship.

Salary: $53,500 with full University of Washington benefits (see http://hr.uw.edu/benefits/).

Appointment: Post-doctoral fellow, 12-month appointment beginning between July 1 and September 1, 2018. Initial appointment is for one year, with an expectation of renewing for one additional year, based on adequate evaluation of progress and fit with the program.

About the SMART Center, UW, and Seattle
The SMART Center represents a unique collaboration between the School of Medicine and College of Education, intended to facilitate more effective and integrated approaches to conducting research and providing technical assistance surrounding school behavioral health. The SMART Center, SoM and CoE are dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities.

The University of Washington is the U.S.’s leading public research university. It provides an exciting scholarly environment and opportunities for interactions with faculty across disciplines. The UW ranks 91st out of over 2300 schools on overall diversity, providing extraordinary opportunities for students, fellows, and faculty to get to know others with different cultures and backgrounds. The UW also hosts a nationally  recognized Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity and Multicultural Outreach and Recruitment Office, which works to provide  programs and opportunities  to attract, prepare, and increase the number of racially and ethnically  underrepresented students who successfully matriculate at the University.

In addition to its natural beauty, Seattle is a diverse and socially conscious community. Seattle is on the forefront of technological innovation, making it a center of entrepreneurial and funding opportunities. With a nearly incomparably vibrant arts, live music, and dining scene, there is no shortage of things to do or cultural events to experience.

To apply, please email:
•    A detailed letter describing interest in and qualifications for the position, including academic preparation, relevant experience, and research agenda. Please include a section identifying potential SMART Center mentor(s), your shared interests, and how the mentor(s)’ projects and foci may support the candidate’s progress toward professional goals. Please also describe experiences with and commitment to diversity-related work and equity in research, teaching, service, and/or outreach, including experience engaging with historically underserved schools, communities, children, and/or families.
•    A curriculum vitae;
•    Two examples of scholarly writing;
•    Names/contact information for at least three references

Please send the above information to Eric J. Bruns, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington at smartdoc@uw.edu.

For full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2017.
 

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (posted 2/5/17)

 
Seattle, WA
 
Position: The Department of Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University invites applications for an 11-month, tenure- track faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor in the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, available September 2017. This position is posted pending funding.
 
Description: We seek an individual with a specialty in any area of clinical psychology to teach doctoral coursework, supervise doctoral student research, and provide clinical consultation and supervision. 
 
Responsibilities: Major responsibilities include graduate-level teaching in the clinical psychology Ph.D. curriculum, establishing and maintaining an active program of research, seeking intramural and/or extramural research funding, mentoring and supervising doctoral level students in research and clinical activities, and taking on administrative assignments and service within the department, school, and university. 
 

Child/Adolescent Psychologist (posted 1/28/17)

 
Our established, well-respected child and family oriented private practice (Sageview Youth Psychology) in southeastern Washington State is recruiting for a psychologist who has experience in evaluating and/or treating children, adolescents, and their families. 
 
Experience with ADHD, anxiety/depressive disorders, and ASD is highly desirable. However, we will seriously consider applicants who have other child and family specialty interests, including neuropsychology. On an individual basis, we will also consider applicants who are in need of supervision prior to licensure.
 
We have served the southeastern Washington region since 1999. Our clinic is currently comprised of a pediatric neuropsychologist, clinical child psychologist, doctoral-level marriage and family therapist, and two master’s level therapists, as well as an office manager and receptionist/intake coordinator.
 
We are the only child/family-focused mental health clinic in our region of Washington State. Consequently, referrals are readily available, based on strong practice relationships within the medical, mental health, educational, legal, and human service communities. Wait lists for evaluation and treatment typically exceed 4 months.
 
Our compensation package is competitive, and salaried, hourly, and percentage-based options are available. We provide various employment benefits, including a qualified retirement plan and compensation toward health insurance, and full administrative support for scheduling and billing.
 
Additional information about our clinic is available at www.sageviewpsych.com and information about the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, & Richland) is available at http://www.visittri-cities.com/. Interested individuals should contact Scott D. Grewe, Ph.D., ABPP/CN, at 1950-O Keene Road, Richland, WA 99352, 509-627-2600, or Grewe@sageviewpsych.com for more information.
 

Child & Adolescent Psychologist (posted 1/22/2017)

 
Gyro Psychology Services is an expanding group practice in the Olympia, Washington capital area. We are recruiting for a full-time Child & Adolescent or Pediatric Psychologist who fits well within our team and supports our mission of providing outstanding clinical care to children, adolescents, and their families. Gyro Psychology Services offers a competitive compensation and benefits package as well as an administrative support team.
 
The city of Olympia is about an hour from Seattle and two hours from Portland. Excellent cultural and arts attractions, beautiful hiking terrain, professional athletic teams, skiing, fishing, and other water sports are right at your fingertips. Olympia offers reasonably priced housing and is home to some of the best public schools in the state.  Commute times in our area are generally quite short.
 
Requirements:
Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA accredited doctoral program and an APA/APPIC accredited internship.
Licensed or license-eligible as a Psychologist in the state of Washington (successfully passed the EPPP).
Preferred candidates will have at least 2 years of post-doctoral or fellowship training providing clinical services to children, adolescents, and their families.
Experience administering and interpreting standardized assessment measures.
Demonstrated ability in writing and implementing behavior management plans and evaluations.
Ability to provide practical guidance to parents and educators.
Strong candidates will have excellent public speaking skills, experience in a medical or hospital setting, and technological proficiency in EMR systems.
 
Compensation & Benefits:
Competitive compensation & benefits package.
Paid holidays, PTO, & retirement plan (IRA).
Reimbursement for up to $500.00 annually for continuing education.
Reimbursement for two (2) professional membership dues (with cap).
Paid malpractice insurance through the APA Trust.
Sessions scheduled on weekdays only.
 
Additional Benefits:
Professional and beautifully maintained office setting.
Fully furnished office, computer, supplies, and assessment measures and kits provided.
Skilled administrative team to schedule patients, process claims, manage patient accounts, and provide general support and management.
Professional consultation and collaboration.
 
Interested candidates should sent a letter of interest and a copy of their CV to DrDave@GyroPsychology.com.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology / Hematology and Oncology at Seattle Children’s Hospital and the University of Washington, Seattle, WA (posted 1/17/17)

 
Applications are invited for a 12-month Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology with an emphasis in Hematology and Oncology at Seattle Children’s Hospital and in partnership with the University of Washington. The position is expected to be co-funded by the Cancer and Blood Disorders Center and the Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Seattle Children’s Hospital. The position is anticipated to begin in September 2017, although a start date as early as July, 2017 is negotiable. The fellowship is designed to prepare the post-doctoral level trainee for a professional career in a medical setting with medically ill children. The primary patient population will include children and adolescents with cancer and their families; however, there are also opportunities to work with children and adolescents referred from other medical subspecialty programs, including Cardiology and Gastroenterology.
 
The postdoctoral fellow will acquire advanced training in the understanding of oncologic disorders, required medical regimens, and interdisciplinary collaboration and co-treatment. The training emphasizes skill development in an effort to promote evidenced-based assessment and intervention for patients at a wide range of developmental levels (infancy through early adulthood), at different stages of disease adjustment (initial diagnosis through long term follow up), and within a range of cancer treatment programs (Brain Tumor Team, Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, Immunotherapy, Long Term Follow-Up Clinic, etc.). The postdoctoral fellow is allotted research time to pursue a specific project of their choosing. There are multiple opportunities to join existing research endeavors within the Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Institute and the University of Washington. The postdoctoral fellow will also have multiple didactic training opportunities available through local institutions including Seattle Children’s Hospital, the University of Washington, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and the Seattle Children’s Research Institute.
 
For nearly a decade, Seattle Children's cancer program has consistently ranked among the top 10 pediatric cancer centers in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary team of pediatric cancer experts treats more than 250 newly diagnosed patients with cancer every year – more than any other center in the region – and provides follow-up care to more than 12,700 children and adolescents. Children receive advanced diagnosis and treatments, participate in state-of-the-art research studies and get specialized care in clinics (as outpatients) and in our 48-bed Cancer Care Unit (as inpatients).
 
Selection Criteria:
Applicants must have completed all requirements for graduation from a doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or Canadian Psychological Association (CPA). Applicants must also have completed an APA or CPA accredited internship program. Ideal candidates have some experience or exposure to Pediatric Psychology and a specific interest in developing expertise in hematology/oncology.
 
Seattle Children’s Hospital is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with a strong institutional commitment to diversity in all areas.
 
Stipend is commensurate with NIH guidelines, and includes health benefits, paid vacation and sick leave, and time to attend national conferences. A detailed description of benefits is available at: http://www.seattlechildrens.org/about/careers/benefits/.
 
 
To apply: Applicants should send a current curriculum vita, letter of interest and contact information for three references. Please include in your letter of interest: experience with evidence based treatments in a general child clinical or pediatric population; theoretical orientation; and relevant/specific experience with hematology/oncology or other pediatric populations. Please send all materials by February 1st.
 
Address materials and any questions to Joanna Patten, Psy.D. All application materials should be sent in one e-mail to joanna.patten@seattlechildrens.org with the subject line: "Fellowship Applicant: Your Full Name." Dr. Patten may also be reached at 206-987-3081 for additional information about the fellowship.

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, SEATTLE (posted 11/6/16)

Position: The Department of Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University invites applications for an 11-month, tenure- track faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor in the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, available September 2017. This position is posted pending funding.
 
Description: We seek an individual with a specialty in any area of clinical psychology to teach doctoral coursework, supervise doctoral student research, and provide clinical consultation and supervision. 
 
Responsibilities: Major responsibilities include graduate-level teaching in the clinical psychology Ph.D. curriculum, establishing and maintaining an active program of research, seeking intramural and/or extramural research funding, mentoring and supervising doctoral level students in research and clinical activities, and taking on administrative assignments and service within the department, school, and university. 
 

Postdoctoral Fellowship in School Mental Health and Implementation Science, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle (posted 10/31/16, deadline 12/1/16)

The University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine (SoM; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences), in partnership with the College of Education (CoE), has an opening for a one-year research fellowship (job code 0445), with possible renewal for a second year. Foci of the fellowship include school-based mental health, clinical research methodology, implementation science, and educational equity (details below). The successful candidate will have an appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and will work closely with faculty in the CoE. The recruited fellow will have a strong interest in (1) effective strategies for implementing evidence-based and culturally-responsive mental health practices in public schools; (2) development of effective, feasible, culturally-responsive, and contextually-appropriate assessment and intervention practices in the education sector; (3) integration of mental health and schools at multiple levels/tiers of service delivery (i.e., universal, selected, and indicated); (4) enhancing school mental health data collection and use capacities (e.g., via screening, measurement-based care, and the application of data-driven decision making models); and/or (5) care coordination models in education and community settings for diverse youth, and those with complex needs. The successful candidate will be expected to be actively pursuing an academic career that emphasizes one or more of these areas.
 
The position will be housed within the School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center (http://education.uw.edu/smart) and will allow the fellow to work closely with core Center faculty (Drs. Aaron Lyon, Eric Bruns, Michael Pullmann, Carol Davis, Mylien Duong, Jill Locke, Janine Jones, and Elizabeth McCauley) on a variety of federally- and locally-funded projects. Current projects focus on: (a) brief, school-based interventions to prevent or address behavioral health problems and promote academic engagement; (b) measurement of school organizational variables that affect implementation; (c) assessment and intervention to reduce racial disproportionality in student discipline; (d) pre-implementation intervention to improve uptake of evidence-based practices; (e) development of an integrated/collaborative care model for the education sector, and (f) school-based mental health service system development. The SMART Center represents a unique collaboration between SoM and CoE faculty, intended to facilitate more effective and integrated approaches to research and technical assistance surrounding quality improvement in school-based mental/behavioral health. The successful applicant will play a major role in ongoing research, grant writing, manuscript preparation, and consultation/technical assistance activities conducted by the Center.
 
Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. (or foreign equivalent) in Clinical, Community, School, or Educational Psychology or a related discipline – such as Special Education or Social Work – from an accredited academic program. The UW is a leading research university and provides an exciting scholarly environment and opportunities for interactions with faculty across disciplines with a strong emphasis on multiculturalism. Seattle is a vibrant and ethnically diverse community. Appointments will be made for one year, with a second year re-appointment expected based on a review of progress. We anticipate that the fellowship will be available July 1, 2017, although a start date as late as September 1, 2017 is possible. The current stipend for first year fellows is commensurate with the standard National Institutes of Health rate and is eligible for benefits.  A description of UW benefits is available at http://www.washington.edu/admin/benefits/.  
 
To apply, please email (1) a detailed letter of interest describing qualifications and experience; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) two examples of scholarly writing; and (4) names/contact information for at least three references to Aaron Lyon, Ph.D., uwsmart@uw.edu, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington. For full consideration, applications must be received by December 1, 2016. 
 
University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Psychiatry/Psychology Consultation and Liaison Service, Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington (posted 3/5/16)

The Psychiatry/Psychology Consultation and Liaison Service (C/L) in
the Seattle Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry and
Behavioral Medicine is recruiting a post-doctoral fellow for the
2016-2017 academic year. The position will also involve work with the
Seattle Children’s Hospital Mood and Anxiety Program (MAP). Our
department is affiliated with the University of Washington School of
Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The
fellowship will include training in inpatient diagnostic consultation
to medical teams, risk assessment, psychiatric treatment and
disposition planning, and brief interventions for children and
adolescents hospitalized for medical conditions and/or due to medical
sequelae of psychiatric disorder. The C/L Fellow will also contribute
to the development and implementation of a research protocol to
evaluate consultation and liaison services, particularly those
provided for acute risk mitigation (e.g., for youth following a
suicide attempt) and brief interventions for mood, anxiety and eating
disorders. In addition to inpatient consultation, the fellowship will
include training in inpatient and outpatient MAP services to provide a
breadth of experience. The C/L Fellow will spend approximately 40
percent time (2 days per week) engaged in clinical activity on the C/L
service. Another 40 percent time will be devoted to outpatient
clinical activity, ideally providing continuity with the patient
populations seen on C/L (e.g., children and adolescents with mood and
anxiety disorders, suicidality, or eating disorders). The Fellow will
spend the remaining 20 percent time working with C/L faculty to
develop research evaluating C/L and MAP services. The Fellow will gain
expertise in:  1) Psychiatric evaluation and differential diagnosis
for youth with complex medical/psychiatric presentations; 2) Risk
assessment and brief interventions for acutely suicidal children and
adolescents; 3) Development of brief interventions delivered to
pediatric population in medical setting;  and (4) Program development
and evaluation. The C/L fellow will receive 2-4 hours of weekly
supervision, engage in training experiences across services, and work
closely with C/L and MAP faculty to evaluate services.
 
Eligible candidates will have obtained their Ph.D. in clinical
psychology, have completed an APA/APPIC approved internship prior to
July 2016, and be interested in research, clinical training leadership
and program development. Applicants should submit current curriculum
vitae and three letters of recommendation, along with a letter of
intent describing career and clinical training goals. Applications are
accepted on a rolling basis, but review will begin on 3/18/16. Onsite
interviews will be extended to competitive applicants. Seattle
Children’s Hospital is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer with a strong institutional commitment to diversity in all
areas.
 
Stipend is commensurate with NIH guidelines, and includes health
benefits, paid vacation and sick leave, and time to attend national
conferences. A detailed description of benefits is available at:
 
Please direct questions and applications electronically to:
 
Gretchen Gudmundsen, PhD,
UW Child Track Postdoctoral Fellowship Coordinator
Assistant Professor, University of Washington
gretchen.gudmundsen@seattlechildrens.org

Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist Position, MultiCare Behavioral Health, Tacoma (posted 1/12/16)

MultiCare Behavioral Health seeks a Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist to work in a multidisciplinary clinic treating neurotypical and developmentally disabled children and adolescents. Responsibilities include using evidenced-based approaches to develop treatment plans and provide individual, family, and group therapy.  Strong candidates will have experience in psychological testing, working with children with developmental disabilities (including autism spectrum disorders), and coordinating care with other providers. This is primarily a treatment position, but there are also opportunities for consulting, teaching, and research.
 
Competitive salary, a full array of benefits to include CEU allowance and leave , a healthy work/life balance, and a great location makes this an ideal choice for the provider who is looking to experience the best of Northwest living: from big-city amenities to the pristine beauty and recreational opportunities of the great outdoors.
 
Based in Tacoma, WA (near Seattle), MultiCare Health System is a leading-edge, integrated not-for-profit healthcare organization. As one of America’s “10 Best Integrated Healthcare Systems,” MultiCare includes numerous primary care and urgent care clinics, multi-specialty centers, Hospice, Home Health and Behavioral Health services. Founded in 1882, MultiCare has grown to a 10,000+ person health system committed to serving community needs.
 
Requirements:
 
• Doctoral degree in clinical psychology from an APA accredited program
• APA accredited internship
• Post doctoral internship is preferred
• Previous work experience with children who have developmental delays
• Licensed in the state of WA by the time of employment
• Current BLS for Healthcare Providers certification by the American Heart Association by time of employment
 
Apply:
Please visit our website to apply for position 36493 online at http://blazenewtrails.org/.

Dean of the School of Psychology, Family, and the Community, Seattle Pacific University (posted 12/18/15)

Location: Seattle Pacific University. Seattle, WA
Title: Dean of the School of Psychology, Family and the Community
Formal review begins: 11/15/2015 (open until filled)
Please visit the following URL for full description: https://spu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=64922
If interested, contact: sequeira@spu.edu
 
Job Description:
The dean is expected to be an enthusiastic advocate of the school's mission and vision, while providing leadership to SPFC's faculty and staff. She or he is responsible for assisting in the resourcing of these programs; empowering the chairs and faculty as they ensure high quality undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree programs; and overseeing the work of the school's centers, initiatives, and laboratory programs. The dean is responsible for recruiting, developing and evaluating excellent faculty and staff, as well as developing and maintaining strong external relations with the community and with the school's Advisory Board. He or she manages the school's budget, provides oversight to the school's assessment process, and will support the maintenance of the secondary accreditations held by the programs. Fundraising and establishing development strategies for endowments, scholarships, grants, and so forth, is a critical element of the position. The dean reports directly to the Provost and serves on Deans' Cabinet. As a member of Deans' Cabinet, the dean will join other academic leaders in establishing policy and direction for academic initiatives of the university as a whole and in advising the Provost on decisions having all-campus implications.

Postdoctoral Position, Leadership in Adolescent Health, University of Washington, Seattle (posted 10/13/15)

The UW Leadership Education in Adolescent Health Program (UW LEAH), together with Seattle Children’s Hospital Division of Child Psychiatry, is currently recruiting one Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology for the 2016-2017 academic year (1 year position).
 
The overall goal of the UW LEAH is to shape the future of adolescent health in the United States through the training of the next generation of interdisciplinary adolescent health leaders who are empowered to address disparities in adolescent health and healthcare both locally and nationally. Fellows are recruited from five key adolescent health disciplines: Social Work, Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition and Psychology. UW LEAH fellows participate in mentored clinical and research training experiences and receive advanced training through didactic coursework in interdisciplinary practice, leadership skills, research, public health, advocacy, public policy, reducing health disparities, and improving health equity and health services delivery for adolescents. The fellow will participate in clinical training opportunities (50% time) through the Division of Child Psychiatry.
 
A one-year postdoctoral fellowship position is available for candidates who will have obtained their Ph.D in clinical psychology prior to July, 2016, and who are interested in research, advanced leadership and interdisciplinary training in adolescent health.  Interested candidates are encouraged to learn more at: http://depts.washington.edu/uwleah/
 
If you are interested in learning more and/or would like to apply, please feel free to contact Dr. McCarty at the email below.  Application review will begin December 1, 2015.
 
Cari McCarty, PhD
UW LEAH Psychology Faculty
cari.mccarty@seattlechildrens.org