Psychologist Jobs – Jobs in Psychology
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Psychology Postdocs in Central NH
Comprehensive Counseling Connections is a well established small group, in central NH. CCC offers clinical opportunities for professional development. Full-time benefits offered, and an annual income starting at $43,500. Bow, NH.
To apply, send cover letter & CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Psychologist, Inpatient Psychiatry
Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Department of Psychiatry, in a unique collaboration with the State of New Hampshire, seeks a full-time doctoral level Child and Adolescent Psychologist. This position will be based primarily at Sununu Center, our affiliated state juvenile detention and justice center, located in Manchester, NH. This facility provides support to youth ages 15, 16 or 17 (occasionally younger) who are involved with the criminal justice system.
In this role, the psychologist will provide treatment planning oversight, clinical consultations, evidence-based program development, and will oversee research initiatives within the Juvenile Justice System.
- Board Certified/Board Eligible in Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Must obtain and maintain a medical license in the State of NH
What Dartmouth-Hitchcock has to offer you:
- Competitive compensation and benefits packages including a $10K relocation stipend
- Dedicated CME time and funds
What New England has to offer you:
- Four seasons and an outdoor lifestyle
- Access to major cities and airports
- Proximity to mountains and hiking trails
- Driving distance to the seacoast/ocean
- Abundance of local lakes for boating and swimming
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system stretches over New Hampshire and Vermont and offers the quintessential New England experience. With no income or sales tax, this beautiful area combines history, industry and business and has been ranked consistently as one of the best places in the US to live and work. Anchored by the academic Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, the system includes the NCI-designated Norris Cotton Cancer Center, the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock; 4 affiliated hospitals and 30 Dartmouth-Hitchcock ambulatory clinics across the region. We are close to the urban centers of Boston, New York and Montreal, but also offer proximity to the seacoast and multiple top-tier ski mountains within a short driving distance. In the Upper Valley of New Hampshire, the opportunities – both career and personal – truly make our area the ideal place to work and play.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Clinical Psychologist – Outpatient Autism Center
Hospital for Special Care
New Britain, CT
Our outpatient program is the nation’s first Patient Centered Specialty Practice recognized by NCQA. The Autism Center provides diagnostics, medication management, assessment, ABA and therapy services for children and adolescents with ASD. As a Clinical Psychologist, you will be part of a dynamic and growing Autism Center, working with a multidisciplinary team of experts in the field of ASD.
REQUIRED: Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, Child or Neuropsychology
REQUIRED: Licensure/license eligible by the State of Connecticut as a Clinical Psychologist
PREFERRED: Minimum of one year experience diagnosing and treating individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.
PREFERRED: Experience working with or in school systems and an understanding of educational processes and Special Education Law relevant to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
PREFERRED: An understanding of functional assessment and treatment of challenging behavior. Familiarity with behavior analytic procedures.
The Clinical Psychologist works with an interdisciplinary team to administer psychological/neuropsychological evaluations, individual and/or family psychotherapy, parent education, and collaboration with community-based providers and schools. The Clinical Psychologist consults with other clinical providers at the Autism Center for case management, coordination of care, and consideration of other treatment needs as necessary. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the Clinical Psychologist will collaborate on identifying and supporting new initiatives that meet the needs of patient and support the mission of HSC. Opportunities for research, group therapy, and coordination with other hospital clinicians may be available.
- Diagnostic interviews with parents/caregivers and observation of patients referred for diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Administration, scoring and interpretation of appropriate psychological assessment measures for patients referred for diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Evaluation/assessment and treatment planning as appropriate for the patient referred for diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Feedback of evaluation and treatment planning to parents/caregivers and other stakeholders as necessary to ensure follow through with recommendations, to include participation in PPT if needed.
- Performs school consultations and Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs) when referred and within the area of expertise of the Clinical Psychologist.
- Evaluate treatment needs and provide psychotherapy to individuals, groups and/or families of Autism Center patients.
- Provide in-services to hospital staff as requested about Autism Spectrum Disorder. Provide in-services to community agencies as requested about Autism Spectrum Disorder.
To apply, please visit: https://hfsc.org/careers/
Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP) www.mipboston.org
The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP), founded in 1987, is a membership organization of psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and academics committed to teaching, learning and practicing psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. From its inception it has sought to widen the scope of psychoanalytic thought through its comparative approach to theory and by expanding its reach to a diverse range of individuals and cultural settings.
Currently the Institute is responsible for running a four-year training program in psychoanalysis, two postgraduate fellowship programs, one in Boston, MA and one in Amherst, MA, and a child and adolescent fellowship program in Boston. In addition we sponsor continuing educational programs for our membership and the wider community.
Summary Job Description
Reporting to the Board President the Executive Director (ED) is the key management officer of MIP.
The Executive Director will be responsible for administering the day-to-day operations of the Institute. Working closely with committee co-chairs and the president the ED will assure the day to day functioning of all aspects of education and training. Additionally, the ED will be responsible for membership services, developing alumni services, financial management (in conjunction with the Board Treasurer), and communications (internal and external). The ED, in collaboration with the president, and relevant committees, will work to implement new programs, a Diversity and Inclusion initiative, a fundraising strategy, and other initiatives.
Although MIP has been in existence for over 30 years, we are hiring our first Executive Director.
Some of the duties will reflect our 30-year history and track-record, while others may be geared more toward the creation of new systems, protocols, and relationships. The ED will be able to hire, in conjunction with the board of directors, an additional staff member to help administer the range of organizational needs and responsibilities.
Key Areas of Responsibility
● Management and Leadership: Works in close partnership with the Board President to communicate MIP’s mission, vision, and priorities to the broader community. Serves as a thought partner with leadership on issues including but not limited to the following: 1) implementing a new, sustainable financial model dependent on diversified funding streams; 2) creating short and long term goals that meet the needs of MIP’s members and that are mission minded; 3) establishing systems that create efficiencies in an organization highly reliant on volunteer participation. Supervises one staff person, consultants, and interns as needed.
● Program Operations: Oversees the operations of MIP which includes a 4-year training program for candidates, a 2-year fellowship program in Boston, MA and a 1-year program in Amherst, MA, a child fellowship program, a Saturday program series, continuing education courses for the community, and other special and ongoing initiatives. Responsible for maintaining MIP’s accreditation with the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) and the American Psychological Association (APA).
● Marketing and Communications: In conjunction with the Board of Directors, develop, document, and implement a comprehensive multi-channel strategy to strategically market MIP membership, programs, and expertise.
● Membership: Ensures that MIP meets and exceeds the expectations of its members. Develops, deploys, and makes use of ongoing and timely feedback mechanisms. With the Administrative Coordinator, responds to member requests.
● Fundraising: Works in partnership with the Board of Directors to develop, lead, and expand a small but growing fundraising program including an annual fund, major gifts, and foundation grants. This includes the development of a scholarship program.
● Financial Management: Responsible for day-to-day financial management of the MIP board approved budget. Works with the Board Treasurer to draft budget, set and monitor financial goals, and produce accurate and timely financial statements and reports for the Board of Directors. Produces periodic forecasts. Responsible for providing relevant documents and reports for annual tax returns.
● Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Ability to integrate best practices in issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout program areas in partnership with volunteer leadership.
● Other duties as assigned.
· Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills with an ability to relate to a variety of people.
· Good listener, quick learner, and intelligent decision-maker. Strong writing and editing skills.
· A demonstrated track record in successfully leading a program, project, or organization through a period of transition, sustainability, and continued growth;
· Experience working with or serving on a working Board of Directors and/or membership organization;
· Willing to solve both the small problems and weigh in on the difficult.
· Fundraising, marketing, and/or communications experience;
· Working knowledge of accounting and financial reporting;
· Experience in event planning and management;
· Tech savvy with proficiency in Word, Excel, Quickbooks, database and website management;
· Prior work in a membership organization is a plus;
· Bachelor’s degree required; graduate degree a plus; graduate degree within mental health field especially advantageous;
· Familiarity with professional accreditation a plus.
The position is full time. Some night and weekends are required.
Salary: $70-85K/year; health insurance reimbursement and paid holidays and vacation
Interested candidates should provide a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
MIP has a strong and consistent commitment to equal opportunity and does not discriminate in any of its policies on the basis of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identification, nationality, race, religion, and sexual orientation.
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