Post-Doctoral Fellow, Psychology, 80870 Location:
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The College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Psychology at the University of Missouri – Kansas City is currently recruiting for a Postdoctoral Fellow under the joint supervision of Joah Williams, Ph.D., and Erin Hambrick, Ph.D. This training experience is designed to build expertise in community-engaged clinical research with child and adult trauma survivors.
The postdoctoral position involves working on several ongoing grant-funded projects involving the dissemination and implementation of evidence-informed interventions for trauma-exposed youths and adults. This position will have both clinical and research components, with approximately 75/25 percent allocation of time for clinical and research tasks, respectively. Clinical responsibilities will also involve administrative duties related to clinical work. The majority of the fellow’s time will be spent providing evidence-based early interventions and treatments for community trauma victims as part of a grant-funded, hospital-based early intervention program for nonfatal shooting victims seeking acute medical care at University Health – an academic medical center affiliated with the University of Missouri – Kansas City. The fellow will also have the opportunity to work with trauma-exposed youths and families by providing mindfulness-based preventive groups. Supervised clinical hours can be applied toward licensure.
In addition to primary clinical responsibilities, the fellow will have the opportunity to contribute to research across different projects by engaging in manuscript and/or grant-writing activities depending on interests and career goals. Good statistical and writing skills as evidenced by publications and presentations is preferred.
The ideal candidate will have a doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology and have experience with CBT and evidence-based treatments for trauma and stressor-related disorders. Training and experience with evidence-based, manualized, and/or cognitive behavioral treatments for psychopathology (e.g., anxiety, depression, substance use) is required. The preferred start date for the position would be July 1, 2022, although start date is negotiable. The fellowship is a one year position, with the potential for renewal up to two years.
- Conducting inpatient and outpatient interventions for child and adult trauma survivors. Timely completion of clinical notes/forms
- Attending weekly grant and supervision meetings
- Managing clinical databases
- Conducting statistical analyses
- Co-authoring data-based publications
An earned doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program at the time of appointment
Full Time/Part Time
Full-time, benefit-eligible, 12-month position unranked academic position
Apply on-line at http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/index.php. Upload (a) a letter of application in which candidates describe in detail their qualifications for the position, (b) Resume/CV, (c) names and contact information for three reference in the Attachments section of the application, and (d) a letter that outlines the applicant’s view on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Your CV must be uploaded in the Resume/CV and Cover Letter section.
Please contact Dr. Joah Williams at [email protected] or (816) 469-9828 for questions about the position.
Beginning Review Date: Formal review of applications will begin February, 15, 2022 and continue until the position is filled.
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