Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of (SSEA) Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood 2019 Conference
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Transitional Living Assistant
Milton Hershey School Milton Hershey School high school seniors live in on-campus apartments through our Transitional Living program. If you have experience counseling, teaching or advising youth, we’re hiring a transitional living assistant to serve as a constant role model for seniors and help them gain independent living skills as they prepare for emerging adulthood. Apply today: http://bit.ly/2HuUZed
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Delaware Valley University This is a full-time, nine-month, renewable non-tenure track teaching appointment to begin in fall 2020 for the Department of Psychology. The department offers a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in counseling psychology. Faculty typically teach courses and advise students in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Required Education, Experience, and License:
- Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology or related field - Specialization in multicultural counseling or child and adolescent counseling - Experience teaching counseling psychology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels - Preferred expertise in teaching counseling theories, techniques, multicultural counseling, group counseling, and assessment. - Curriculum vitae required - Official transcripts required - Experience with face-to-face and online delivery of courses is preferred - Clinical background, counseling experience and licensed or license eligible preferred
Assistant Professor of Psychology (Developmental)
Emmanuel College Tenure track assistsnt professor position in Developmental Psychology at Emmanuel College in Boston, MA, USA.
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York University, Faculty of Health, Department of Psychology This postdoctoral fellowship is funded by SSHRC (Title: Univenture: A partnership to address heavy drinking and other substance misuse on Canadian University Campuses). The main goal of the position will be to contribute to the success of a multi-site trial examining a novel wellness program, called Univenture. The Univenture project aims to reduce substance use risk among university students by using a personality-matched framework.
Research Coordinator (Univenture Project)
Dalhousie University The Univenture project is a targeted wellness program to address heavy drinking and other substance misuse on Canadian campuses. This research will be conducting by Dr. Sherry Stewart (PI) out of the MAAC Lab at Dalhousie University in Halifax. http://maaclab.psychology.dal.ca/ • Coordination of the Multi-site Univenture project from the Halifax site including: standardized organization and delivery of the Univenture program, data collection and management across all 5 sites • Prepare and coordinate primary ethical approval and support individual study site applications to local Research Ethics Boards (REBs) • Support development of data collection protocols and tools; support and ensure standardized data collection, management and analysis practices across all study sites. • Oversee timelines and assist with timely completion of implementation goals at each site, support communication between sites, recording minutes for all meetings, report to funding agencies. • Supervise Research Assistants and students working on the Univenture Project • Attend Univenture Lab team meetings
Assistant Professor of Psychology - Personality/Social/Experimental
Saginaw Valley State University The Department of Psychology at SVSU is excited to be conducting a search this year for a full-time tenure-track faculty member, beginning at the rank of Assistant Professor, to start Fall 2020. The topic area of focus is social psychology, personality psychology, and research methods. We are an undergraduate department within a teaching-focused university (4-4 load (i.e., 24 course credits taught per year)). The position is half teaching and half scholarship/service. There are many exciting options for advancing one’s research agenda, particularly if involving undergraduate mentees, and a wide array of service opportunities to the department/university/community. We’re located in the Great Lakes Bay Region of Michigan, a thriving area of several neighboring cities. Our enrollment is approximately 8,000 total students.
Assistant Professor – Clinical and Counselling Psychology: Black Studies in Community Mental Health
University of Toronto The Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto invites applications for a tenure stream position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Clinical and Counselling Psychology with a focus on Black Studies in Community Mental Health. The appointment will commence on July 1, 2020 or shortly thereafter. We seek applicants who have a strong research focus as well as practical expertise in the area of Black, African, and/or Caribbean Community Mental Health. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of clinical and counselling psychology as well as critical black scholarship that addresses the structures, psychosocial dimensions, and effects of anti Blackness. The successful candidate must demonstrate scholarly and practical expertise in some combination of the following: - Identity processes, values, beliefs, and practices of African, Caribbean, and/or Black diasporic communities in Canada; - Social determinants of health and well-being in African, Caribbean, and/or Black communities in Canada, including such factors as anti-Black racism, colonialism, migration and citizenship, gender-based violence, gun violence, poverty, and area of residence; - Racial biases that permeate mental health systems and their effect on the diagnosis of mental disorders; - Naturalistic, culturally-based, and community-based clinical, mental health, and/or healing practices.
Candidates must have a completed a doctoral degree in counselling, clinical psychology, community psychology, or a related area by the date of appointment or shortly thereafter. Candidates must be registered or eligible to be registered with either the College of Psychologists of Ontario or the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.