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FROM: MARY FRANCISCUS – CHESTER COUNTY IU
I am reaching out to you today to ask you forward the email below to members of your group to let them know of these opportunities to support schools in Pennsylvania.
As you know, the state is taking a new approach to school improvement which draws upon Regional Improvement Teams of experienced educators to help facilitate and support a more localized approach to continuous improvement among our schools designated under the Comprehensive Support and Improvement Grant. Full-time roles within these teams include Improvement Facilitators and Subject Matter Experts who are providing assistance in the creation and implementation of an associated evidence-based improvement plan.
Right now we are seeking qualified, experienced educators in the areas of:
- English Language Arts
- Data analysis
- Family/community engagement
- Trauma Informed Care
- Educational Technology
For more detailed information or if you know someone who may be interested, the link for the postings of the positions is Full-Time CSI Positions. The deadline for applications is Monday, June 1st. Any questions can be forwarded to Mary Franciscus, Human Resources at Chester County Intermediate Unit, at MaryF@cciu.org.
HR Generalist, Human Resources
Chester County Intermediate Unit
455 Boot Road
Downingtown, PA 19335
484-237-5082 (office phone)
PSYCHOLOGIST, Neonatal Follow-up Program
THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA (CHOP)
The Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (DCAPBS) at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is currently seeking two psychologists with expertise in early childhood:
The role of the Psychologist is to carry out psychological and developmental assessments of infants and young children enrolled through Neonatal Follow-Up Programs and to provide guidance and support for the families of these children. The Neonatal Follow-up Program (NFP) is made up of an interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, physical therapists and a social worker. This current posting is for the NFP at the Buerger location (Main Campus) which enrolls infants from the neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) at CHOP (level IV) and the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania (HUP, level III). NFP provides services to those children who were born prematurely or have other neonatal illnesses and spent time in the CHOP or affiliated NICUs. The services in the NFP include comprehensive developmental and psychological assessments, medical, physical and neuro-motor evaluations by medical staff and parent support through screening and social work counseling, The Psychologist is encouraged to participate in teaching and training activities through our APA-accredited clinical psychology training program and ACGME accredited child and adolescent psychiatry training programs
The role of the psychologist includes performing clinical assessments, diagnostic interviews, in-depth interpretation of findings in the context of medical, family and environmental history, providing detailed feedback to the family at the time of the visit, giving families support and advice regarding developmental, behavioral and other concerns for both at home activities and referrals to community services, and preparing reports for parents, community agencies/schools, and healthcare colleagues documenting findings, impressions, diagnoses and recommendations. Children in NFP range in age from 6 months to 6 years. The assessment protocol includes a standardized battery that is modified to meet the needs of specific children. The role of the psychologist will also include participation in interdisciplinary team meetings, participation in quality improvement projects, performing research visits as needed, demonstrating research certification standards and collaboration with other psychologists in the program. There are opportunities for research participation as well as quality improvement projects.
A completed accredited Internship and Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology or Clinical Child Psychology is required. Experience with related populations is strongly preferred but not required. Successful candidates will have strong experience and ongoing interest in working as part of multidisciplinary teams. Licensure as a Psychologist in the State of Pennsylvania is required prior to beginning the position. Faculty appointment at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is encouraged and supported on the Academic Clinician Track; rank commensurate with experience and history.
Inquiries about the positions can be directed to Thomas Flynn, Ph.D., ABPP-Cn., Director of Neuropsychology and Assessment Services, at FlynnT@email.chop.edu. If interested, you are e welcome to submit a cover letter and CV.
CHOP is an equal opportunity employer, and our department is committed to strengthening a diverse workforce.
About the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences strives to be among the nation’s top leaders in children’s behavioral health. DCAPBS provides an interdisciplinary approach to improving the behavioral health and development of children and their families, and advances knowledge through excellent clinical care, research, training and advocacy. DCAPBS promotes innovative research and the integration of science and practice, focusing on prevention and intervention. We partner with others within the Hospital, regionally and nationally to increase the availability of evidence-based behavioral services for all patients at CHOP. DCAPBS is committed to outstanding scientist-practitioner training and to supporting the competence of caregivers and staff. Our endeavors integrate disciplines and systems of care in children’s health. We currently employ 124 Psychologists, 42 Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, 16 Licensed Clinical Social Workers, 8 CRNPs, and 4 LPCs.
About the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Founded in 1855, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is the nation’s oldest hospital dedicated solely to the care of children. CHOP has a long-standing and continuing commitment to developing leaders in medicine and science, expanding the frontiers of pediatric care through novel research programs and translational research, and applying those advances to clinical care. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is the major provider of primary health care services for children of West and South Philadelphia, and a major tertiary referral center for the greater Delaware Valley area. The CHOP main campus includes inpatient, outpatient, research and rehabilitation facilities in an interconnected complex of buildings. Annually, CHOP receives approximately 30,000 inpatient admissions, nearly 90,000 emergency room visits, and 1.2 million outpatient visits. CHOP’s Delaware Valley Network is expansive, with over 40 locations and 16 Specialty Care Centers and Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
Below are links to the positions.
The Psychology Department at East Central University seeks a dynamic individual interested in a full-time, tenure-track position in psychology at the Assistant Professor level, beginning August, 2020. ECU is a regional public university with 3500 plus students located in Ada, OK (populations 17,000), about 1.5 hours south of Oklahoma City. Ada has the big city amenities in a community that still embraces the charm and values of a small town. Our low cost of living, abundant activities and family-oriented community makes it the ideal place to live, work and play. ECU students enjoy a rich campus life through more than 70 campus organizations, access to recreational facilities, and 11 NCAA Division II athletic teams. For more information about ECU, visit our web site. at: http://www.ecok.edu.
The tenure track assistant professor position is a ten-month position with the possibility of summer teaching duties. Candidates will potentially teach at both the graduate and undergraduate level and serve the students in their area of expertise. The start date will be August 2020.
Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will be responsible for 1) teaching courses in our undergraduate programs (including online and on campus courses – e.g., General Psychology, Statistics, Personality, Abnormal), 2) delivering quality instruction in one of our Graduate Programs (e.g., Affective Theories, Group Counseling, Theories of Personality, Psychological Assessment), 3) advising graduate and/or undergraduate students in the program of your expertise, 4) pursing a focused area of research and scholarship that culminates in publications, professional presentations, and submission of grant proposals, 5) holding active membership in relevant professional associations/organizations, and 6) serving on committees and participating in official activities at the department, college, and university levels.
· Ph.D. (or equivalent degree) or ABD in psychology, sport psychology, counseling psychology or related field preferred. Other degree concentrations will be considered by the committee. Candidates with a Masters Degree will be considered by the committee for the rank of instructor
· Demonstrated commitment to teaching, service, and professional development.
· Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.
· Ability to teach in traditional and non-traditional formats and settings (e.g., off-campus, weekends, online, and/or distance technology).
Strongest Candidates will demonstrate:
· a background in Sport Psychology OR Community Counseling.
· practical experience in their field of expertise, training commensurate with experience, appropriate licensure as it relates to their chosen field (e.g., LPC, LBP, etc.), and professional memberships.
· an ability to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level
· a desire to teach in a student-centered environment where teaching and service to students is the primary mission of the campus.
· experience teaching using a variety of instructional technologies (e.g., web based, instructional software, Blackboard) and in a variety of formats (e.g., face-to-face, blended, online)
· a dedication to teaching and maintaining high academic standards for the students in the ECU Psychology program.
General Information about the Psychology Department
The Psychology Department is a vibrant department housed in The College of Education and Psychology. In addition to an undergraduate major in Psychology, the Psychology Department offers a 60-hour Master of Science Degree in Psychological Services. Three specialized options are available with this degree: Community Counseling option, School Psychologist option, Sport Psychology option. The Psychology Department also offers a 33-hour Master of Education in School Counseling and School Psychometry.
TO APPLY: Send 1) Detailed cover letter addressing the expectations of the position and highlighting experiences that have prepared you for a position of this nature; 2) Current resume/curriculum vitae; 3) Unofficial transcripts from all degrees -- official transcripts are required upon hiring; 4) List of three professional references with complete contact information and a notation describing the work relationship with each; 5) A teaching philosophy; and 6) *Disclosure Statement to Employment Services, East Central University, 1100 E. 14th St., PMB D-2, Ada, OK 74820 or firstname.lastname@example.org (email preferred). Application review will begin February 21, 2020, and continue until the position is filled. For more information about ECU, visit our web site at http://www.ecok.edu.
East Central University, in compliance with all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admission, employment, financial aid, and educational services. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Employment Services Director, 1100 E. 14th St., Admin. 160, Ada, OK 74820, (580) 559-5260.