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Neuropsychologist (Academic Rank DOQ)
GENERAL REQUISITION INFORMATION
|EEO Statement:|| |
UNMC is an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, including an equal opportunity employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
|Department||MMI Psychology 50000698|
|Business Unit(College/Institute)||Munroe-Meyer Institute|
|Work Schedule||Full time (12 months)|
|Requisition Title||Neuropsychologist (Academic Rank DOQ)|
|Job Title/Academic Rank||Neuropsychologist (Academic Rank DOQ)|
|Additional Requisition Title|
|Appointment Type||L1 - REG SPECIAL FAC/S|
|Salary Range||Salary Commensurate with Experience|
|Job Requisition Begin Date||04/28/2023|
|Position Summary|| |
The Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) for Genetics and Rehabilitation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) in Omaha is currently accepting applications for a faculty position in the Department of Psychology as Neuropsychologist (Academic Rank DOQ). Minimum requirements are a doctoral degree in Clinical, School, or Counseling Psychology with training and experience in neuropsychological assessment and research. Applicant must have Nebraska licensure (or license eligible) while board certification (ABPP) is also valued. Candidates with a clinical internship from APA/CPA-accredited programs in psychology are preferred.
This faculty position would be tasked with developing a program around neuropsychological services for children and adolescents including 1) neuropsychological assessment and diagnostics, 2) clinical training in neuropsychology for predoctoral interns and postdoctoral fellows, and 3) a program of clinical research. In addition, this position would be tasked with developing a program that uses practice extenders or psychometrists to provide direct testing, reserving the licensed psychologist for diagnostics and interpretation, training, and research.
Clinical referrals come from schools, physicians, and community agencies throughout the region. Typical presenting concerns include brain tumor and treatment, TBI/concussion, epilepsy and other seizure disorders, and genetic and other developmental disorders. Institute-based coordination of clinical care and interdisciplinary research is provided.
Review of applicants will occur on a rolling basis as recruitment is ongoing. Rank will depend on qualifications. Applicants should upload with their application a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation with contact information. The letters of recommendation should be uploaded as “Other” document. For more information about the program, please visit: https://www.unmc.edu/mmi/departments/psychology/index.html
About MMI Psychology:
The department is a collegial group of clinical educators and clinical researchers who seek to incorporate training and research activities into clinical service delivery within a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary center. MMI recently moved into a brand new, state-of-the-art facility and has prioritized expansion of innovative clinical and educational programs serving those with a wide range of physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and behavioral disabilities.
All department faculty play an important role in education and provide clinical supervision in a large, well-funded internship program within the APA accredited Nebraska Internship Consortium and in a growing postdoctoral fellowship program. The Psychology department is also home to the Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, which is a federally funded collaborative network that supports resource development and dissemination, training and technical assistance, and workforce development to the mental health field. The department is decidedly a behavioral program by orientation, but are open to applications of diverse, yet aligned theoretical orientations. Some department faculty teach courses in the ABA Masters degree program which prepares graduates for licensure as a mental health practitioner and also certification as a BCBA. Faculty members are encouraged to develop and participate in clinical research. Specific areas of research interest are less important than fit within our mission.
MMI is a federally designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) and Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program. Our mission is to be world leaders in transforming the lives of all individuals with disabilities and complex health care needs, their families and the community through outreach, engagement, premier educational programs, innovative research and extraordinary patient care. Now housed in a new, state of the art facility in Aksarben Village, with a dedicated space for ADL training, aquatics, and integrated programming for individuals with Autism, MMI provides limitless opportunities for clinical programming, innovative research and community engagement. Omaha is a vibrant, family centric, affordable city, with committed community partners, fiercely loyal and extremely generous community, and a myriad of cultural events.
MMI is committed to respect and benefit for all individual reflecting the rich diversity in our culture without preference or exclusion for actual or perceived differences. These differences include ability, age, appearance, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, immigration status, language, nationality, race, religion, sex, sexuality, socio-economic status and other personal identities and experiences.
Individuals from diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
|Required Qualifications|| |
PhD in Clinical, School or Counseling Psychology.
Nebraska licensure (or license eligible).
|Supplemental Qualifications|| |
Candidates with a clinical internship from APA/CPA-accredited programs in psychology are preferred. Board certification (ABPP) is valued.
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