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(Listed 9/09/20) (3) Several Psychologist positions, Johns Hopkins University 

The University is deeply committed to diversity and inclusion within not only our student body but our faculty and staff as well. Over time, we have been evaluating our counseling and student health services positions (Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, Psychologists, etc.) and fully grasp the need and desire for our students to have representation within these crucial roles. We are currently recruiting for several Psychologist positions linked below:





(Listed 8/19/20) (2) Tenure-Track Assistant Professors in Clinical Psychology, Auburn University

Title: Two Tenure-Track Assistant Professors in Clinical Psychology
Institution: Auburn University
Department: Department of Psychological Sciences

Position: The Department of Psychological Sciences at Auburn University invites applications for two tenure-track positions as an Assistant Professor beginning fall semester, August 16, 2021.

Responsibilities: Candidates will contribute to the education and training of undergraduate and graduate students, including teaching courses in the candidate’s area of expertise. Candidates are expected to maintain a strong research program, with potential for extramural funding.

Qualifications: Candidates should have an independent research program in clinical psychology, broadly defined, with preference for interests that complement or bridge existing strengths with the department’s existing faculty. A strong record of publications and a high potential for external funding is required. Candidates with the potential to strengthen our commitment to diversity and inclusion are highly desirable. Candidates must have earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and be license eligible in Alabama. ABD candidates will be considered but must have a Ph.D. by start date or offer will be withdrawn. Auburn University’s clinical program adheres to a scientist- practitioner training model and offers state-of-the-art resources for clinical research, including excellent graduate students, ample laboratory space and access to the Auburn University MRI Research Center, the Auburn University Psychological Services Center, and other facilities.

Click here to view full details: https://www.cogdop.org/jobs/view/2051


(Listed 8/04/20) Teaching Assistant, CIVICUS UMD

CIVICUS Living and Learning Program is looking for a Teaching Assistant for Fall 2020 for BSCV 191, Introduction to CIVICUS.  CIVICUS is an invitational Living and Learning program for first- and second-year students with a focus on community service learning, civic engagement, and leadership development.  BSCV 191 is a course for first year students with a focus on understanding the roots of social issues and considering ways to affect positive change. Last year’s course syllabus is available on the CIVICUS web page.

In Fall 2020, BSCV 191 will be a blended course, with both in-person and online engagement.  Some students will be taking the course solely online.  There are two sections of the course – one is Tuesday and Thursday – 9:30 – 10:45AM and one is Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 – 3:15PM.  The Teaching Assistant must be available for all of these times.

Responsibilities of the Teaching Assistant include:

  • Collaborate on the development of a curriculum that addresses current social issues, with a strong emphasis on issues related to diversity and inclusion.
  • Collaborate on ways to create a robust learning experience in the in-person and online environment.
  • Provide support with technology, especially the ELMS platform and remote teaching
  • Support student progress through the course.
  • Collaborate on the development of assessments and grading.

Preferred Qualifications include

  • Graduate student or post-graduate professional in a field related to social or political sciences.
  • Previous university teaching experience.
  • Expertise in a range of contemporary issues that impact local and national communities, with a particular focus on issues related to diversity and inclusion.
  • Experience with developing assessments and grading.
  • Familiarity with ELMS and technologies for remote learning.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • Strong collaborative skills.   

Compensation -- $4,000 for Fall 2020 semester with a start date of August 17 to begin class preparations.  This position does not include benefits or tuition remission. 

Interested candidates should send a resume or CV, a cover letter, and a list of three references (ideally familiar with the candidate’s teaching) to Dr. Korey Rothman, CIVICUS Director, at krothman [at] umd.edu no later than August 7. If you have additional questions, please reach out to Dr. Rothman.


(Listed 8/04/20) Open Rank, Tenure Track, CLINICAL/PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, University of Texas at Austin - Department of Psychology

Title: Open Rank - Diversity in Cognitive Functioning
Institution: University of Texas at Austin
Department: Department of Psychology

Click here to view full details: https://www.cogdop.org/jobs/view/2050


(Listed 8/03/20) Post-doctoral researcher, Behavioral Science Research

UCLA is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to conduct behavioral science research. The postdoctoral researcher will be hosted by the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability (IoES) and the Anderson School of Management. The candidate will work with Professor Magali Delmas, Professor Craig Fox, Professor Noah Goldstein, Professor Deepak Rajagopal and other UCLA professors. The candidate will take a leading role in a research project funded by a grant from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) on Decision Drivers to Facilitate Lower‐Polluting Product Choices by Consumers.
Relevant disciplines are behavioral economics, cognitive and social psychology, management, marketing, organizational behavior, behavioral public policy, but others can be considered. Preference will be given to candidates with good writing skills as well as strong quantitative analytical skills. Starting date is Fall 2020. Applicants should hold a PhD and strong demonstrated potential and interest to conduct behavioral science research.  Annual compensation will be $77,000 ($60,000 salary + $17,000 benefits). The position will be for 12 to 24 months. Anticipated start date is October 1st 2020.
The postdoctoral researcher, will serve as project coordinator. Under the guidance of the faculty team, the researcher will conduct a systematic review, develop and conduct surveys, analyze data, design communication campaigns, and write the grant report and academic papers.
Applications must be submitted by August 30, 2020 to Monica Pena at monica.pena [at] anderson.ucla.edu<mailto:monica.pena [at] anderson.ucla.edu>
The subject line of the e-mail will denote your last name UCLA Postdoc.  Please submit the following materials:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum Vitae or resume.
• Letters of recommendation. Arrange to have 2 letters of reference submitted to monica.pena [at] anderson.ucla.edu<mailto:monica.pena [at] anderson.ucla.edu>  with only your name in the subject line.
If you have questions, please contact Professor Delmas (delmas [at] ucla.edu<mailto:delmas [at] ucla.edu>).


For assistantship positions available for graduate students outside the department, see External Opportunities.

You may also view other assistantship opportunities available on campus through the Human Resources website.