Great opportunity for someone interested in the special needs/ABA therapy fields!
Immediate opening to join our home ABA program. The student is a bubbly, giggly first-grader who loves to play, chat, laugh and learn. We started this program in our home 2 years ago. It is well-established and is supervised by one of the area’s best-known and respected ABA professionals. Our daughter has made tremendous progress through this program.
· Looking for someone who is reliable, enthusiastic, patient and enjoys working with children to implement ABA therapy.
· Position involves working with a sweet and happy almost 7 year old girl with developmental delays and running behavior plan in our home
· Prior ABA experience is not required. College student or college graduate with an interest in special education preferred. Training will be provided.
· Applicant must be available weekday afternoons for three-hour shifts starting at 3:30. Position is year round.
· Pay is $15-20 / hr
· Start date: Immediately
Please contact with resume/questions: Jen, email@example.com, 703.996.9791
The Cognitive Neuroimaging Laboratory at Georgetown University Medical Center is seeking to hire a full time research assistant for a multimodal MRI project with Alzheimer's disease.
Responsibilities include interviewing and scheduling subjects, conducting behavioural and neuropsychological tests, collecting MRI data, keeping track of data collection and quality, as well as general lab management, for example, IRB related paperwork. In addition, training to analyze behavioural and MRI data will be provided.
-A bachelor's degree in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, computer science, engineering, physics, or social science.
-Must be able to work effectively with others, and be very organized, self-motivated, independent, and able to multitask efficiently.
-Strong communication skill is essential; previous experience with older adults and/or patient population is a plus.
-Strong math and computer skills (e.g., MATLAB, Linux) and programming experience are not required, but desired if you are also interested in learning how to analyze MRI data.
-A minimum commitment of two years
This position is ideal for someone interested in pursuing a career in cognitive neuroscience, cognitive psychology, neuroimaging, and/or medical school (with an interest in neurology), The research team includes neuroscientists, neurologists, clinical psychologists, and medical doctors.
Please send a CV, contact of of three references, and a brief statement of background skills and interests to Dr. Jiang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgetown University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
We are a loving, supportive family seeking a graduate-level or aspiring therapist in Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, ABA (BCBA) or Literacy for Apraxia to work with our 7-year old son during the school break for 2018.
The opportunity would offer the qualified candidate the opportunity to work one-on-one with a fantastic client (our son) and plan an enriching curriculum and opportunity to engage in activities that can enrich his ST, OT, ABA skills and literacy over the summer term.
Our client is a verbal 7-year old on the ASD spectrum, who is currently working on developing fine motor, literacy, and communication skills. In this process, we are currently working in the Fairfax County Public School system, and would offer the qualified candidate the opportunity learn about FCPS IEP programs, and work as part of a team for our client on academic advocacy as well as meet summer learning goals.
We are currently seeking available qualified candidates with availability for some or part of the summer 2018 period, from approximately 19 June to 31 August. Ideally we would welcome a candidate with availability for an 8-hour day, from 9:00 - 5:00, however we could work to accommodate a qualified candidates availability for partial days. Key duties would include:
*Working with him daily at a summer camp to ensure participation/non-elopement
*Working daily with our client on ST and/or OT goals
*Working with a family team to provide an enriching environment to make progress on additional academic goals
*We would welcome the opportunity to review qualified applicants' resumes, and discuss potential for summer employment!
Please contact us at: email@example.com, and include our educational Consultant, Catherine Adams, at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Warmest greetings to you from the Slovikoski-Jorgensen family!
We are current clients of the wonderful educational consultant Catherine Adams at Independent School Options. We are currently in the process of evaluating summer camp programs for our 7 year old son, and she recommended we reach out to you, as among the options we are currently reviewing, there is a strong program which takes field trips approximately twice a week.
To assist our son in gaining the most from the program, as well as ensure his safety, Catherine suggested we may reach out to you to consult regarding the possibilities you may be aware of suitable student or graduate student candidates who may be seeking summer employment opportunities, and who may benefit from a position as a one-on-one aide for our on, and who may have experience with children on the autism spectrum. Our primary goal would be ensuring his safety, as well as assisting him in fully experiencing an enriching program.
We would be grateful if you may be willing to potentially consult with Catherine further regarding our needs and/or any thoughts on a potential candidate who may be a good fit for such a summer position.
We welcome further correspondence and the opportunity to consult!
With kind regards and very respectfully,
Independent School Options
By way of introduction, my name is David Hutchings, and I am the Chair for the 2018 RADM Fred Lewis Postgraduate Scholarship program, sponsored by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA). This is our 28th year providing these scholarships as part of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). I/ITSEC is one of the largest and most respected conferences on modeling, simulation, and educational technologies. This year we are pleased to offer scholarships at the Masters level in the amount $5,000 and at a Doctoral level in the amount of $10,000.
The scholarships are offered to stimulate student interest and university participation in preparing individuals for leadership in the Modeling & Simulation, Training and Education communities. By investing in our future workforce, the RADM Fred Lewis Scholarships encourage expansion of the I/ITSEC community and promote innovation through direct investment in our community’s future leaders. The scholarship recipient(s) will be invited to attend I/ITSEC ‘18 (November 26 – November 30, 2018) at the expense of the I/ITSEC organization, where he or she will be recognized, view the latest in simulation, training and education technologies and meet leaders from Government, Industry and Academia associated with this community.
Please help me pass the word to your student body, as we hope to have a diverse pool of candidates from which to choose. All pertinent application information can be found at http://www.iitsec.org/education/students-and-teachers/scholarships. The deadline for submitting application packages is 18 June and awardees will be notified by August 3rd. Funds will be made available in time for the fall 2018 term. Thank you for your support. If you have any questions, or if you need additional information, feel free to contact me directly.
David Hutchings 2018 I/ITSEC Scholarship Chair
DDH and Associates, LLC
Gregory Aarons, Ph.D. of the UC San Diego Department of Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) is currently seeking a research assistant to work on his research studies regarding implementation of evidence-based practice. The implementation of evidence-based practice into real-world human service settings is an important priority for improving the quality of services and outcomes for individuals and families. Identifying the factors that facilitate successful service implementation and the attainment of desired outcomes requires investigation into the characteristics of and inter-relationships between service delivery strategies, service recipients, service providers, and the organizations and systems within which they are embedded.
Our lab investigates what it takes to effectively implement and sustain clinical practices in community-based settings. Multiple ongoing research studies utilize quantitative and qualitative methods to develop detailed service assessments and improvement recommendations for behavioral health, substance use disorder treatment, and criminal justice service settings within San Diego County and throughout the State of California. Our studies aim to identify and support the organizational factors that improve evidence-based practice implementation and sustainability, including organizational culture, organizational climate, and leadership. Data sources include large administrative data sets as well as original data collected from mental health and social service agencies. Study participants include program executives, supervisors, direct service providers, and their clients.
Under supervision, the incumbent will work as a Research Assistant for the Child & Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego. The incumbent will be responsible for assisting in the management of day-to-day operations of a NIH-funded research study using organizational and leadership strategies to improve the implementation and quality of evidence-based practices in substance use treatment programs. The main duties and responsibilities will include: maintaining contact with research participants, coordinating participant retention and tracking, preparing and administering survey instruments, tracking and downloading data using web-based survey programs, managing data using SPSS and web-based data collection programs, conducting research data analysis, assisting with preparing reports and presentations, and compiling agency feedback reports. Other duties will be assigned as needed.
The ideal candidate will have completed college level coursework in psychology, psychiatry, sociology, or a related field or equivalent knowledge or experience, possess knowledge of public sector mental health and social service organizations, and have demonstrated experience managing survey data and performing basic descriptive analyses using SPSS software.
The position is full-time, starting salary ranging from $2,998 - $3,166 per month. Full benefits available. Preferred start date is as soon as possible and a two-year commitment is strongly preferred.
Interested applicants should send their cover letter and resume to email@example.com and apply using the following link:
The application deadline is 4/26/18. After that date, we will be unable to consider applications.
Have you ever wanted to work from home but you're in the medical field? Now you can! This is a remote position.
Meditelecare is a leading telehealth provider of behavioral health care services. We provide world-class clinicians to patients, via telehealth technology, in long term care facilities who wouldn't otherwise have physical access to specialized care. Our clinicians are a part of a world class clinical team that include psychologists, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and clinical social workers. MediTelecare clinicians have a passion for working with the elderly and strive to make a difference - all by working remotely using telehealth technology.
If you have a license to practice in one or multiple states, we are interested in speaking with you. The states are: VT, ME, NH, KY, OH, VA, IA, TX, MS, KS, WV, NE, IL, MO, MN, OK - immediate opportunities in IA, WV, MS, NB, KS, VA.
Diversified Psychological Resources
We are seeking a full-time clinical neuropsychologist to join an expanding, collegial, and lucrative private practice in Philadelphia. There is opportunity to evaluate patients with a wide variety of medical and psychiatric disorders and to perform forensic neuropsychological evaluations. At Diversified Psychological Resources, we also provide psychotherapy and treatment for patients both with and without organically based disorders and supervise students from several local doctoral programs. PA license or license eligibility required. Salary is competitive and commensurate with training and experience.