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Assistant Professor, Computation/Open Area, Department of Psychology

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

The Psychology Department (http://psy.ucsd.edu/) within the Division of Social Sciences at UC, San Diego is committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff and student body. The Department invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position from candidates who take a computational approach to study any of the areas represented in the department (Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, and Social Psychology). Candidates must have a Ph.D., advancement to Ph.D. or ABD, and have a record of publishable research demonstrating a computational approach to understanding behavior or links between the brain and behavior. Candidates with a track record of interdisciplinary and collaborative work and excellence in teaching will be given preference. We are especially interested in candidates who can demonstrably contribute to diversity, inclusion, and equity within an academic setting.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and based on University of California pay scales.
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.

To Apply:
Candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement, up to 4 selected reprints, names of 3 to 5 referees, and a personal statement that summarizes their past or potential contributions to diversity (see http://facultydiversity.ucsd.edu for further information)
Please apply electronically via UCSD’s AP On-Line RECRUIT at https://apol-recruit.ucsd.edu/apply/JPF01542: Assistant Professor (JPF01542) – Computation/Open Area, Department of Psychology.
UCSD is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer with a strong institutional commitment to excellence and diversity (http://diversity.ucsd.edu).

Associate/Full Professor in Educational Psychology with specialization in Quantitative Methods at Baylor University 

Baylor seeks to fill the following faculty position in the Department of Educational Psychology:


POSITION: Associate (tenure negotiable) or Full Professor (with tenure) of Educational Psychology with specialization in Quantitative Methods.

QUALIFICATIONS: Consistent with the stated mission of the University to be a world-class institution dedicated to Christian principles and ideals, the qualifications for the position include:

An earned doctorate in educational psychology (or related field) and expertise and interest in areas of particular relevance to educational research, such as, but not limited to, latent variable modeling, measurement theory, longitudinal methods, multilevel modeling, and quasi-experimental designs a record of conducting research history and/or strong potential for obtaining extramural funding; ability to teach introductory and advanced graduate courses; a strong commitment to mentoring students; and a philosophy compatible with the stated mission of the University to be a world-class institution dedicated to Christian principles and ideals.

Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience, evidence of successful grant writing to support research efforts, and substantive research interests that extend or complement the existing strengths of the department.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until November 1, 2017. Applications received after this date will continue to receive consideration until the position is filled.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Dr. Grant Morgan, Search Committee Chair, Grant_Morgan@baylor.edu
The full announcement can also be found at: http://www.baylor.edu/soe/index.php?id=936572

Cognitive Science or Affective Science Faculty Search at University of Pennsylvania 

The Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania intends to make multiple appointments in the areas of Cognitive Science and Affective Science over the next several years. Our primary focus is at the junior, Assistant Professor level, but in exceptional circumstances a more senior hire may be considered. We are interested in candidates with research interests in the areas, broadly defined, of cognitive science (e.g., learning and memory, perception, attention, language, or decision making) or affective science (e.g., clinical or health psychology; social, moral, or political psychology; positive psychology; or the psychology of individual differences), and who use any number of approaches, including but not limited to computational, neuroscientific (behavioral, systems, or cognitive), or developmental.

Interested candidates should submit materials online at http://facultysearches.provost.upenn.edu/postings/1222 and include a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, and the names and contact information of three references. Candidates will contribute to the teaching mission of the university with introductory courses such as Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Brain and Behavior, Cognitive Psychology, or Abnormal Psychology, as well as advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in specific areas of interest. References will be contacted by the University with instructions on how to submit a recommendation letter to the website.

Review of applications will begin on September 18, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.

The Department of Psychology is strongly committed to Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence and to creating a more diverse faculty (for more information, see http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/volumes/v58/n02/diversityplan.html). The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Professor in Psycholinguistics, Brown University 

The Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning July 1, 2018, from individuals focusing on psycholinguistics at or above the word level in adults or children. Approaches could include – but are not limited to – computational modeling, laboratory experimentation, and/or neuroscientific methods. Candidates whose research and teaching addresses variation across individuals or communities, within or across languages are especially welcome. We seek applicants whose research informs and is informed by allied areas in cognitive science, linguistics, or psychology. Successful candidates are expected to have (1) a track record of excellence in research, (2) a well-specified research plan that is likely to lead to research funding, and (3) a readiness to contribute to teaching and mentoring at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Brown has a highly interdisciplinary research environment in the study of mind, brain, behavior, and language; the Department is located in a recently renovated state-of-the-art building in the heart of campus.

QUALIFICATIONS: All Ph.D. requirements must be completed before July 1, 2018.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Curriculum vitae, reprints and preprints of publications, statements of research and teaching interests noting potential contributions to diversity and inclusion, and three letters of reference should be submitted on-line as PDFs to http://apply.interfolio.com/43830.
Applications received by November 1, 2017 are assured of full review.

Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
Tenure Line Assistant Professor Position in Linguistics at Northwestern University

The Department of Linguistics at Northwestern University seeks to fill a tenure-line assistant professor position with a start date of September 1, 2018. We are looking for candidates with research and teaching interests in meaning, broadly construed. We are particularly interested in candidates whose research program includes cognitive, computational, and/or social approaches. The successful candidate will join a vibrant interdisciplinary community of researchers in the science of language, including computer science, philosophy, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and speech science.

To receive fullest consideration, applications should be uploaded by *December 1, 2017*. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Psychology, or a related field by the start date. Please include a CV (including contact information), statements of research and teaching interests, reprints or other written work, teaching evaluations (if available), and the names of three references (with their contact information). References will separately receive upload instructions after you have submitted your application (letters of reference should arrive as close as December 1st as possible).

The Department is strongly committed to enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects – including, but not limited to, race/ethnicity, and gender, as well as disability, sexual orientation, and gender expression and identity. We encourage applications from candidates that share this vision.

E-mail inquiries should be directed to Matt Goldrick <matt-goldrick@northwestern.edu>, Chair.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Brandy Ciraldo
Program Assistant
The CT Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Kaplan Test Prep Hiring Part-Time Instructors  

We are hiring part-time prep instructors for classes starting this fall throughout Connecticut. These flexible, part-time teaching opportunities may be a great fit for some of your students or others in your network.

We are specifically hiring for the following roles and locations:
· Stamford:  LSAT,  GRE,  ACT, and  SAT.
· Hartford: SAT, ACT, GRE, and MCAT.
· Groton:  SAT, and  ACT.
· Storrs:  MCAT.

The full job descriptions and application portals are available at the links above. More information about our teaching positions is available at our teacher application center.
See Sarah Redlich in the Graduate Program Coordinator’s Office for more details on how to apply for the positions.

More information: https://www.kaptest.com/pages/teach-for-kaplan 

Teaching Opportunities for Graduate Students at University of Hartford

There are a few Fall 2017 undergraduate teaching opportunities available at the University of Hartford.

The expectation is to have one section of introductory statistics (covering central tendency, variability, hypothesis testing, correlation, T-tests, ANOVA, repeated measures, factorial designs, and chi-square) and one section of health psychology available.

If you have any questions, please contact Natasha Segool Ph.D.

Email: segool@hartford.edu

Phone: 860-768-5268

Center for Career Development Graduate Assistantships

This department hires Graduate Assistants (both master’s and doctoral degree) pursuing a range of disciplines. There are 2017-2018 assistantship openings and below is a link for any graduate students who might be seeking such opportunities.

The link to the postings is: http://grad.uconn.edu/current-students/open-ga-ships/

Adjunct Position, Hampshire College

Looking for advanced graduate student for teaching a few adjunct courses year 2017-2018 at Hampshire College (about 90 minutes from UConn). Possible one course in the fall 2017 and two more in the spring 2018 in Cognitive Neuroscience or Cognitive Psychology. The courses most needed are mid-level courses in specialty topics such as attention, sleep, psychopathology, decision making, etc. We already have a fair amount of language and memory on the books already but depending on the specific topic those areas may work as well. If you are interested please send a CV along with what kinds of classes you are able to teach to jcouperus@hampshire.edu.

Teaching Assistant Professors, University of Denver

The Department of Psychology at the University of Denver seeks exceptionally well-qualified candidates for three Teaching Assistant Professor positions.

The Teaching Assistant Professor position involves contributing across our major and common curriculum undergraduate teaching needs by teaching seven courses over three quarters as well as participating in the life of the department (e.g., through service and participation in faculty meetings). In addition to introductory and research methods/statistics courses, our undergraduate curriculum covers several content areas: clinical, developmental, social, and cognition and neuroscience. Opportunities may exist to contribute to the graduate curriculum or supervise clinical work (for licensed/license-eligible clinical psychologists).

All candidates should have a strong commitment to undergraduate education and demonstrated aptitude for excellence in teaching. Successful applicants will have an outstanding record of teaching achievement. Candidates should also be committed to working with diverse student and community populations. To learn more about inclusive excellence at the University of Denver, please visit http://www.du.edu/cme/resources/inclusive-excellence.html. Students and faculty in the Psychology Department actively contribute to these goals through scholarship, teaching, and service.

Candidates must complete an on-line application at http://www.du.edu/human-resources/careers-at-du/index.html; this will include a letter of interest, a teaching statement, an inclusive-excellence statement, a vita, and a teaching portfolio. At a minimum, the teaching portfolio should include sample syllabi from 2 or more courses, sample assignments, sample grading rubrics, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., student evaluations), a list of course taught previously, a list of courses that could be taught, and any other artifacts of teaching excellence. The separate inclusive-excellence statement should be a succinct description of how the candidate’s teaching and/or service contribute to inclusive excellence. In addition, at least three recommenders should email letters of reference to AHSS.PsychRec@du.edu. We will give priority to applications received by May 31, 2017, but will consider applications until the positions are filled.

Post Doctoral Fellowship in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience & Infant Neuroimaging, Northwestern University, IL

This position is based in the Developmental Mechanisms Program in the Department of Medical Social Sciences, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University (http://www.mss.northwestern.edu/research/developmental.html) with PI Lauren Wakschlag, PhD and lead neuroscientist Elizabeth Norton, PhD.

The position requires a PhD or MD/PhD in a neuroscience-related field. The ideal candidate will have prior experience with acquisition and processing of infant neuroimaging data including scan acquisition and computer-assisted image analysis pipelines for gray and white matter analysis of infant scans. Candidates with broader pediatric neuroimaging training will also be considered. Training/experience in developmental cognitive neuroscience and strong computational abilities are strongly preferred. The successful candidate will have an excellent publication record with demonstrated interest in developmental science and neuroscience, and will combine a collaborative orientation with the ability to function well independently. We are seeking an energetic, dynamic
individual who seeks a team science environment and brings a high level of initiative, drive, and spirit of inquiry.

The postdoctoral fellowship will begin as soon as possible and may extend up to four years. Applicants will be considered until the position is filled. To apply, please send a cover letter, CV and the names and contact information for three references to Elizabeth Norton, PhD, at enorton@northwestern.edu.

For more detailed information regarding the Fellowship.

Research Assistant Professor in Neuroscience, Binghamton University, New York

In 2014, Binghamton University began a Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program, in which teams of research faculty design research courses and then work with a postdoctoral research assistant professor who guides freshmen and sophomores in innovative research. The undergraduates proceed through three courses (basic research methods in the freshman fall, beginning research project in freshman spring, and then follow-up research in sophomore fall), with about 30 students per cohort. More detail about the FRI program is available at our web site: http://www.binghamton.edu/freshman-research-immersion/which includes short video and quotes from students.

The Neuroscience research stream began with the faculty team of Chris Bishop, Terry Deak and Lisa Savage. And, as we had expected, our Neuroscience research stream has a group of very eager and talented freshmen learning neuroscience in the context of our research theme. Students in the FRI Neuroscience have already presented at the Annual Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON) (conference at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT) and as co-authors at the annual Society for Neuroscience. For this research stream, we hire a full time research assistant professor and expect that hires will be in this position for three years. Candidates must have a PhD before starting. This position is open to PhD’s with appropriate background in neuroscience.
The Research Assistant Professor shapes the research theme. For example, past FRI cohorts have employed rodent models to interrogate neurobiological mechanisms of disease under the guidance of the Research Assistant Professor conducting research in that area.
The position is formally advertised at BU’s Interview Exchange. Details at:

Joint Affective Neuroscience Post Doctoral Position at UCSF & Stanford University, California

The Hoeft Lab (http://brainLENS.org PI: Fumiko Hoeft MD PhD) at the UCSF Dept of Psychiatry and Weill Institute for Neurosciences is looking for an exceptional postdoc in the field of language neuroscience, with skills such as advanced neuroimaging, computational and programming as well as organizational skills. Training in genetics is a plus.

The primary project that the postdoc will be responsible for is the examination of intergenerational neuroimaging using a ‘natural’ cross-fostering design that allows dissociation of genetic, prenatal and postnatal environment on brain networks that are transmitted across generations. Related articles from our lab can be found here – Yamagata et al. J Neurosci 2016 (http://goo.gl/vMK8iy), Ho et al. Trends in Neurosci 2016 (http://goo.gl/SyXLcK), and Scientific American (http://goo.gl/YTiH6D). There are other funded opportunities to be involved in such as research that examines the Neural Noise Hypothesis of dyslexia (Hancock, Pugh and Hoeft, TiCS, in press) and the abundance of archival data on neuroimaging of language and literacy.

The position can begin immediately.
Please email mailto:brainlens@ucsf.eduwith your CV, and with brief paragraphs of research interests, career goals and why you feel you are a good fit for the lab. Please add “[Postdoc job]” and your full name in the Subject of the email. Qualified candidates will be asked to have 3 letters of reference forwarded.

Psychologist at West Chester Jewish Community Services, Inc., Yonkers, NY

Position is for 21 hours per week and includes benefits. The psychologist provides mental health care in the form of evidence-based psychotherapy (assessment, diagnosis and treatment through individual, couples and group therapy), crisis intervention, training/outreach, and consultation. The psychologist also provides clinical supervision, consultation, and leadership to clinical staff, psychology fellows and psychology externs on research, testing and clinical issues, including empirically based practices.

  • Participation in an APA-accredited psychology internship program is required
  • Doctorate from an APA-a
  • ccredited program in clinical, counseling, or school psychology, have completed an APA-accredited internship, and possess a valid New York State license.
  • Experience working in an outpatient setting, working with clients of varied ages, and using evidence-, based practices are musts. 
  • Bi-lingual-English-Spanish, competency in DBT, and/or teaching/supervision experience are pluses.
  • Excellent ongoing professional training provided through the Educational Institute.

If you would like to be considered for the position please send your résumé to Human Resources, WJCS, 845 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603 or, HR@wjcs.com or fax 914-421-9066.

Visit our home on the web at www.wjcs.com. or click here for more information. WJCS is an equal opportunity employer

Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at VA Health Care center, Eastern Oklahoma

The internship will offer a wide range of experiences with each intern choosing a specific tract including PTSD/Military Sexual Trauma, Substance Abuse, Health Psychology, General Mental Health, or Severe Mental Illness. Our goal is to train well-rounded and skilled clinicians, who have particular expertise in working effectively in rural settings. There will be a strong focus on Evidenced Based Psychotherapy. Specifically focus on providing care to rural and underserved Veterans with specific focus on Native American Veterans. There will be an opportunity to work with local Oklahoma tribes to develop Veteran outreach programs.

We have found that students who have experience in rural mental health and/or interest in working with the Department of Veteran Affairs are a strong fit for our program.  Your students may also be interested to know that as there is a shortage of well-prepared psychologists in rural areas there may be opportunities to apply for a “direct hire” position in the VA Healthcare System upon the completion of their VA internship and award of their Ph.D./Psy.D.  This is our first year to offer the program and we are very excited about the experiences we have to offer trainees. We invite you and others to review our materials, email us questions, and consider applying to our program. Applications may be submitted via the APPI online portal. Our match code is 242611.

The Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at EOVAHCS is not yet accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of American Psychological Association (APA).  Although the internship is not currently accredited, the Office of Academic Affiliation indicates that any individual who completes a newly funded internship within the VA is eligible for VA employment as a psychologist even if that program is not yet accredited.  Our internship seeks students from APA accredited Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical/counseling programs who are in good standing. Applicants must have completed at least 3 years of academic study, have completed their comprehensive or qualifying exams, have proposed their dissertation, and have completed at least 500 clinical hours during their doctoral program.  The Department of Veterans Affairs encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.  All applicants for VA internships must be US citizens.

For further information, please contact by email: VHAMUSInternshipCommittee@va.gov or check out the website link here