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Clinical Assistant Professor in Addiction Psychology

Organization: Arizona State University, Department of Psychology

Posted until: March 8, 2024

Description

The Department of Psychology at Arizona State University invites applications for a Clinical Assistant Professor within the department’s Master’s program in Addiction Psychology (MS AP). The MS in addiction psychology program pairs state-of-the-art research from internationally-recognized experts in addictions with clinical expertise from licensed psychologists and licensed addiction counselors with decades of experience providing addiction treatment. This program prepares students to pursue state licensure and become addiction counselors.

The successful candidate will be expected to: teach courses within the MS AP’s curriculum; assist with the addiction practicum, either by providing supervision within our training clinic or coordinating with external placements; and participate in service to the department, university, and profession as appropriate. The Clinical Assistant Professor position includes the potential for promotion within the Clinical Professor rank. The College values our cultural and intellectual diversity, and continually strives to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of the academic community.

This full-time, benefits-eligible, non-tenure eligible appointment is renewable on a fiscal year basis contingent upon satisfactory performance, availability of resources, and the needs of the unit. Anticipated start date is April 2024.

Minimum Qualifications include:

∙ Doctorate in clinical psychology or closely related field from an accredited university at the time of hire

∙ State-licensed psychologist or license-eligible

∙ Evidence of experience supervising psychology and/or addiction service providers

∙ Evidence of effective teaching in a university setting

∙ Demonstrated commitment to working with faculty, staff, students and communities to advance the principles of the ASU Charter

Desirable Qualifications:

∙ On-campus and online teaching experience

∙ Hold or be eligible for one of the following: state-licensed independent substance abuse counselor, OR Master Addiction Counselor credential through NAADAC, OR board certification through ABPP in Addiction Psychology

∙ Two years supervisory and service provision experience across diverse clientele

To apply, please submit the following as pdf(s) through Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/140377

1) A cover letter which describes your interest in the position and how prior knowledge and experience meet the minimum and desired qualifications

2) Curriculum vitae

3) Evidence of teaching experience

4) Three letters of recommendation uploaded by your recommenders to Interfolio directly.

Email and paper applications will not be accepted.

Inquiries concerning the search should be addressed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Matt Meier, at matt.meier@asu.edu. Be sure to include “Clinical Assistant Professor Search” in the subject line when sending emails.

Application deadline is March 8, 2024; if not filled, review will continue every week thereafter until the search is closed.

Arizona State University is located in the Phoenix/Tempe metropolitan area and offers all of the amenities of a large urban/winter resort area. Learn more about the Department of Psychology by viewing https://psychology.asu.edu/ and about what The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has to offer by viewing https://thecollege.asu.edu/faculty.

A background check is required for employment. Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.

(See https://www.asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html and https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/.)

In compliance with federal law, ASU prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and resources. ASU’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at https://www.asu.edu/police/PDFs/ASU-Clery-Report.pdf You may request a hard copy of the report by contacting the ASU Police Department at 480-965-3456.

Early Childhood Psychologist

Organization: Southwest Human Development

Posted until: March 5, 2024

Description

A positive future for every child

Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. The first five years of life are the most critical in a child’s development. At Southwest Human Development, our services improve lives and help families by supporting young children and their caregivers during this important time. Your skills, experience, and passion are needed at one of the nation’s largest nonprofits dedicated to early childhood development. Join our team and experience a long-term career which brings joy and satisfaction in knowing you make a difference. We offer over 40 programs and services to more than 140,000 children.

Why choose us?

-Make an impact in a child’s life by promoting child health and development.

-Opportunities for continued professional growth and development.

-Supportive and collaborative work environment.

Job title: Early Childhood Psychologist

Psychologists will use clinical experience and expertise to work with young children ages birth to 5 (and their families) who have a wide range of developmental delays and disabilities. The ideal candidate should be knowledgeable about and committed to family-centered, team-based, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed service delivery models. As well as, have experience with an integrated medical, developmental, and mental health/behavioral health approach to supporting young children and their families.

In this role you will:

-Participate in transdisciplinary team assessments.

-Administer, score, and interpret psychological and developmental tools for young children with an emphasis on autism spectrum disorder evaluations.

-Assimilate information gathered from a variety of sources for a comprehensive and holistic view of the child, the family, and their needs.

-Collaborate and consult with team members to synthesize assessment results into a comprehensive and integrated treatment plan.

-Complete record reviews and selects tools that are sensitive to age, culture, language, and developmental level.

-Complete comprehensive reports that include treatment recommendations and connection to community services.

-Counsel families regarding assessment findings and impressions.

What it takes:

-Doctorate degree in Clinical or School Psychology

-Licensed Psychologist in the state of Arizona is required.

-Post Doctoral experience to include training and experience in evaluations with children birth to 5 years.

-Ability to work independently but also to work within a trans-disciplinary setting using a team-based approach.

-Experience using relationship-based approaches to treatment and assessment.

-Competency with use of the following tools: Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS), and Wechsler Scales.

-Experience with family-centered and team-based approaches to assessment and service delivery.

-Experience working with young children ages 0-5 with Autism is required.

-Knowledge and assessment of trauma in young children is required.

-Familiarity with the DIR® and the DIRFloortime® intervention is preferred.

-Valid Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card OR must qualify for a valid Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card is required.

SWHD takes the health and safety of our employees and the communities we serve very seriously. We strongly believe vaccination is a critical safety measure to protect each of us and the communities we serve. COVID vaccinations have proven to be highly effective at protecting people from getting COVID-19 or from getting severely ill from it.

Learn more!

Our core values embody Southwest Human Development’s commitment to services that uplift the lives of children, families and other care providers, and the communities in which they live. These values are intended to guide the professional development, ethical conduct, and skilled practice of all our staff, whatever their specific role within the agency. All staff are valued as making essential contributions to strengthening the foundation that Arizona’s children need for a great start in life.

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