Post Doc Scholar
Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Kentucky
The Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky, College of Education, seeks a postdoctoral scholar with strong interest and competency in autism spectrum disorder, teacher training, and intervention research. This is an NIH-funded, 2-year position. The goal of the grant is to test and validate a train-the-trainers program of an evidence-based consultation intervention called COMPASS. We have a rich and vibrant research collaboration that includes faculty and doctoral students at Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis.
Starting salary is consistent with NIH postdoctoral guidelines.
Educational Requirements: Doctoral degree in school psychology, special education or a related field.
Qualification and experience: The candidate will have experience conducting applied research in ASD. Evidence of scholarly activities is also desirable.
All materials must be received by November 1, 2017
Start Date July 1, 2018
Send CV; cover letter, list of references; and publications if relevant. Also indicate in your cover letter your experience with ASD.
Check out the Society of Postdoctoral Scholars at UK: http://sops.as.uky.edu/?q=content/who-we-are4
For more information on the Autism Services Research Group go to: www.ukautism.org
Post Doc Scholar
8G030:Educational, School and Counseling Psych
Type of Position
Position Time Status
Doctoral Degree in School Psychology, Special Education, or a related field
Required Related Experience
The candidate will have experience in applied research in ASD. Evidence of scholarly activities is also desirable.
Required License/ Registration/Certification
Primarily office type work. Working at a computer, long periods of time sitting.
Primarily 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday, with some flexibility for training times.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
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Posting Specific Questions
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- Curriculum Vita
- Cover Letter
- Writing Sample
- Academic Transcript
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