A postdoctoral fellowship position is available for individuals interested in a career conducting treatment research and/or services (dissemination and implementation) research. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility to renew for a second year based on performance and the availability of continued funding. Potential for future employment as an OSLC scientist is contingent upon performance and availability of funding. The fellow will work directly with Drs. Ashli Sheidow and Michael McCart in achieving the aims of NIH-, foundation-, and state-funded research projects. NIH projects currently include multiple NIDA and NIMH R01, P50, R34, and SBIR awards. The fellow will become a member of the research team and play a key role on existing projects: planning data collection and advanced statistical analysis; ensuring fidelity of intervention implementation and stakeholder engagement; and dissemination of research results. In addition, the fellow will prepare grant proposals for future treatment and dissemination/implementation studies, and s/he will be supported in pursuing his/her own extramural funding (e.g., a K-series career award). The fellow will develop manuscripts, as both a collaborating and lead author, and also will travel to professional conferences for continuing education and for dissemination of study results. Opportunity is available for supervised clinical hours toward licensure.
• A PhD in clinical psychology or a related field, with a strong quantitative background (degree must be attained by the start date of position)
• Experience training and supervising clinical and/or research teams
• Experience writing journal articles/other professional writing for publication
• Experience working as part of a research team
• Training in human subjects research protocols and ethical conduct of research
• Experience and education in advanced statistical techniques
• SPSS experience
*Must be a U.S. citizen
Complete the electronic job application and view complete job description and requirements on-line at http://www.oslc.org/careers/
In addition, please submit a cover letter detailing experiences and interests, and career goals; curriculum vitae; one writing sample (i.e., peer-reviewed publication or in-progress empirical manuscript); and contact information for three references (academic supervisors or collaborators).