The College of Education currently has an outstanding opportunity for a Postdoctoral Scholar in our School Psychology Program. This is a full-time, twelve-month position with a possible second year of appointment dependent upon available funding and satisfactory performance in the role.
Under the guidance of the Director of the School Psychology Program, the postdoctoral scholar will have the opportunity to build a professional portfolio of scholarship through a variety of research and professional development activities. We are seeking a scholar with interest and exposure to research that focuses on the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and neurodevelopmental disabilities in schools and other natural environments. With this focus, the postdoctoral scholar will:
- Engage with local research centers and community agencies that serve individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities to create research partnerships.
- Build a program of research with the support of school psychology faculty and students.
- Present research for local, regional, and national audiences.
- Expand professional development and service experiences, including applying for Psychology licensure and Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst (if appropriate), peer-reviewing journal submissions, co-advising student research, etc.
- Pursue external funding with the Director as appropriate.
Those interested will learn more—including requirements and how to apply—at the full announcement, here.