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Under the supervision of the Director of IT with oversight by the Director of NCCTS, the Technical & Website Support Specialist for the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS) will be responsible for the custom programming, development and maintenance of the data collecting and reporting systems including CMS - Drupal, Microsoft SharePoint intranet, LMS - Moodle and various technology platforms. Assist in performing in customization, implementation, maintenance, and upgrades of applications and coding. Provide performance analysis and accuracy of code, documentation, design, and programming of new features into existing systems and/or to new systems. The Technical & Website Support Specialist will work with internal and external stakeholders to support a creative, effective, and responsive technical platform in concert with the Project mission and strategic priorities. Duties include: Provide high-level customized programming for NC platforms; Ensure and provide reliable data reporting process through building customized reporting modules and dashboards; Create custom code and workflows for required NC processes; Create processes for code scrubbing to ensure reliability, scalability, and accuracy of programming code; Create and provide detailed documentation of online data and reporting system; Providing high-level customization and reports for Learning Center and supporting functionality and architecture; Create customized programs and code within NC platforms to ensure security, reliability, and accuracy for data entry; Responding to end-user desktop support tickets; Provide project management for a newly customized NCCTS website while coordinating with vendor and stakeholders; Provide and ensure CMS functionality and security for website. Upgrade systems when required; Coordinate different aspects of the website for interoperability with other utilized systems within NCCTS; Updating and expanding nctsn.org by writing and updating code; Create custom code for NCTSN.org homepage; Migrate and coordinate CMS functionality into NCTSN.org; Work closely with the Director of IT in all aspects of technical programming and user support. This is a contract position for 12 months with the possibility of being extended depending of funding availability.
Bachelor's degree or higher in related field and 3-4 years IT programming experience required. Detailed knowledge of Object Oriented Programming, JSP and .NET, PHP. Knowledge of Windows Servers. Proficiency in IIS, SQL, Apache. Understanding of database architecture. Possess skill in administrating CMS systems. Proficient in network connectivity and TCP/IP principles. Writing skills to develop procedures and training documentation. Possess in-depth understanding of application programming architecture. Ability to learn and integrate technological platforms. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Ability to work collaboratively in team settings. Strong organizational and project management skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently and proactively, adapting to shifting priorities.
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Under minimal supervision of the Director of IS&T with oversight by the Director of NCCTS, the Manager of Application Development for the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS), along with its sub-centers, will be responsible for project management, custom programming, development and maintenance of applications, data collecting, and reporting systems. Supervising & develop programming staff, and performing in customization, implementation, maintenance, and upgrades of applications and coding. Provide performance analysis and accuracy of code, documentation, design, and programming of new features into existing systems and/or to new systems. The Manager, Application Development will work with internal and external stakeholders to support a creative, effective, and responsive technical platform in concert with the Center's mission and strategic priorities. He/She will be expected to work with a high degree of independence and manage the IS&T initiatives and staff in the National Center. Duties include: Assisting Director in developing resource planning models and implementation; Provide mentoring and development of application developer team members; valuate new web technologies and recommend ways to apply these technologies to advance the enterprise; Coordinate project planning, organization, scheduling, implementation, documentation and user training with departments and ensure that goals are accomplished; Communicate regularly and effectively with Director of IT on significant issues, risks, opportunities, and general progress towards organization's goals; Create processes for code scrubbing to ensure reliability, scalability, and accuracy of programming code; Assess and anticipates technology projects and recommends appropriate action and resources; Identify user needs, resolve problems and direct building of teams to work across all levels of the organization; Respond to end-user desktop support tickets; Create and provide detailed documentation of enterprise applications and interactions of projects across centers; Provide project management for applications while coordinating with vendor and stakeholders; Provide high-level customized programming for all applications; Ensure and provide reliable data reporting process through building customized reporting modules and dashboards; Coordinate different aspects of all applications for interoperability with other utilized systems within organization; Manage complex technical projects.
Demonstrated ability to align IT resources to the needs of the organization. Track record of strong technical/programming skills. Expert in IIS, XAMP, LAMP. Understanding of database architecture and applications - MySQL, MSSQL. Possess skill in administrating CMS systems - Drupal. Knowledge of Linux/UNIX, Windows Server, TCP/IP and other Internet protocols. Programming/development experience in all of the following: PHP, .NET, Apex, web services. Writing skills to develop procedures and training documentation. Ability to learn and integrate technological platforms. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Knowledge of SDLC management. Skill in enterprise application component installation and integration, specification and management of functional and work-flow requirements, quality assurance and risk management. Ability to work collaboratively in team settings. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Strong organizational and project management skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently and proactively, adapting to shifting priorities. Ability to effectively communicate at all levels within the organization including senior management. Bachelor's degree or higher in a related field.
The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and Postdoctoral Training Network is accepting applications for a two-year APA-accredited postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology. The program provides a core curriculum, evidence-based clinical training, and focused research mentorship. We seek applicants with strong research potential who are highly motivated to develop their own program of systematic research and prepare for a productive career as a scientist-practitioner. Opportunities are available to pursue mentored research in the following domains: (1) (Julie Kaplow): longitudinal studies of bereaved youth; biopsychosocial risk associated with maladaptive grief and youth PTSD; grief screening and assessment; development and evaluation of interventions for traumatized and grieving youth; (2) (Michelle Kees; Kate Rosenblum): risk and resilience in military families; large-scale evaluation of impact of military deployment; development and evaluation of interventions for parenting, spouse resiliency, and military family support; (3) (Cheryl King): youth suicide risk, bullying victimization; development of screening, risk assessment, and intervention strategies for at-risk youth; (4) (Kate Rosenblum): infant/early childhood mental health; evaluation of relationship-focused interventions for high-risk families with young children; longitudinal studies of parenting in at-risk families.
Applicants must have completed a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA or CPA accredited academic program by August, 2013 to be considered. The start date of the fellowship is September 1, 2013. The stipend for 1st year fellows is currently $45,913 and second year fellows earn $48,395. Benefits include vacation, sick and professional development time, and health care coverage. We especially encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups. The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action employer.
For up-to-date information and application materials, see the Clinical Child Psychology Web Page http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/education/ psychology/clinical-child/. Deadline for applications is January 1, 2013. For further information, please contact: Julie B. Kaplow, Ph.D., ABPP, Director, Clinical Child Psychology Postdoctoral Training Program, email@example.com.
The University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Psychiatry, invites applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Program Evaluator position within the Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth to begin July 15th, 2013. The Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth has recently been designated a Community Treatment and Services Center of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. This individual will be responsible for the oversight of trauma- and grief-informed assessment and evaluation activities within the Clinic in addition to those taking place in surrounding underserved community sites (e.g., Ypsilanti, Detroit). Responsibilities will also involve coordination of follow-up interviews with patients who have participated in an evidence-based group treatment for traumatized and/or grieving youth, supervision of program research staff, technical support for sites implementing the assessment battery and/or treatment, and management/analysis of data.The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory affirmative action employer. Deadline for applications is January 15th, 2013 or until the position is filled. To apply, please complete the online application through the following website: http://umjobs.org/job_detail/77185/project_coordinator. For further information, please contact: Julie B. Kaplow, Ph.D., ABPP, Director, Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology or a related field, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team. We are seeking applicants who have a strong interest in developing a program of research in the area(s) of childhood trauma and grief, as scientific collaboration will be a key component of this position, and there will be ample opportunity for scientific writing and publication. The ideal candidate will have previous research experience as well as experience working with traumatized and/or grieving children and families. Strong data analytic skills and knowledge of Institutional Review Board management are preferred. Salary is commensurate with level of experience. Benefits include vacation, sick time, and health care coverage. The University of Michigan provides an exciting scholarly environment with seminars, invited lectures, and opportunities for interactions with faculty across disciplines and departments. umjobs.org/job_detail/77185/project_coordinator
The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory affirmative action employer. Deadline for applications is January 15th, 2013 or until the position is filled. To apply, please complete the online application through the following website: http://umjobs.org/job_detail/77185/project_coordinator. For further information, please contact: Julie B. Kaplow, Ph.D., ABPP, Director, Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth, email@example.com.
Excellent opportunity to accrue hours for licensure. As part of a multidisciplinary team under the clinical direction of Esther Deblinger, Ph.D., co-developer of Trauma-Focused CBT, and Melissa Runyon, Ph.D., responsibilities include conducting psychological evaluations of children who have experienced maltreatment, providing therapy to victims of child physical and sexual abuse, and conducting mental health screenings for children entering foster care. Services are also provided to children exposed to domestic violence and other traumas. Full-time clinical positions are available and for qualified candidates possible clinical fellowship with research focus.
A doctoral degree in Psychology with child clinical experience is required.
Please contact Dr. Elisabeth Pollio at 856-566-7036 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. Please apply on-line at www.umdnj.edu/hrweb. Reference job #12SS916669. Application deadline is 2/01/13. UMDNJ is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer m/f/d/v, and a member of the University Health System of New Jersey.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center invites applicants for postdoctoral training, within a scholar-practitioner model, for a position working with the Center of Excellence for Children in State Custody (UT COE) at the Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities. The UT COE has recently been designated a Community Treatment and Services center in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Applicants must have a doctorate (Ph.D., Psy.D. or Ed.D.) in clinical, counseling, or school psychology. Completion of all professional doctoral degree requirements from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or an APA/CPA accredited program and predoctoral internship meeting APPIC standards is required before starting the fellowship. Responsibilities within this position include child evaluations surrounding trauma issues and developmental functioning, as well as assessment of a range of emotional and behavioral problems evidenced by children who have experienced abuse and neglect; consultation with caregivers, child welfare workers, teachers, and other service providers regarding effective interventions; supervision of psychology trainees; opportunities for program development and evaluation; participation in didactic learning experiences and scholarly presentations; opportunities for providing evidence-based treatment, such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems. The typical population served is diverse in ethnicity/race and geographic location (e.g., urban and rural). The stipend is anticipated to be $35,000, including Student Health Insurance.
Application deadline is January 4, 2013 or until position is filled by qualified applicant. Please email CV, letter of interest, representative publications, a sample assessment report, and three letters of recommendation to Janet Todd, Ph.D., email@example.com and mail a transcript to Janet Todd, Ph.D., University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities, 711 Jefferson Avenue, Memphis, TN 38105. The University of Tennessee Postdoctoral Fellowships are part of the UT Professional Psychology Internship Consortium, which is an APPIC member program.
The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC) in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina is seeking applications for its NIMH-funded T-32 post-doctoral research training program. This program is in its 25th year of funding, and our competing renewal application was reviewed and received an Impact/Priority score in the exceptional to outstanding range. Based on this score and discussions with NIMH program staff, we expect the renewal application to receive five additional years of funding. The number of fellowship positions to be filled will depend upon the number of slots that are funded. The NCVC offers post-doctoral fellowship training for entry level and/or experienced mental health professionals who want to develop the clinical research skills necessary to pursue an independent research career in the field of traumatic stress, with a particular emphasis on civilian trauma. The fellowship is designed to be completed in two years. Stipends are based on NIH-designated levels. Applicants should possess a strong commitment to clinical science and must hold a doctoral degree in psychology, psychiatry, social work, or similar field.
The NCVC fellowship training program is designed to produce clinical scientists skilled in strategies to investigate the impact of traumatic events upon adults and children. Our research training program provides trainees with mentorship, coursework, seminars, mental health treatment experiences, and research experiences necessary to do competent, interdisciplinary, and translational traumatic stress research. All fellows will have a primary NCVC faculty mentor and a co-mentor in a complementary field. Co-mentors include Ph.D.s and M.D.s with a broad range of scientific expertise including (but not limited to) developmental psychopathology, behavioral and molecular genetics, HIV prevention, neuroscience, substance abuse, treatment efficacy, and dissemination and implementation research. The NCVC has a number of major extramurally-funded projects that include national epidemiological studies of exposure to traumatic stressors and risk of mental disorders, gene-environment interaction studies of resilience following exposure to disasters, treatment development and randomized clinical trials (RCTs), and projects addressing translation of effective treatments to clinical practice (including mobile and web-based translations).
The NCVC is a division of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina. The affiliation with a strong academic department (ranked 7th in the country for NIH funding across US Departments of Psychiatry) complements the outstanding post-doctoral training available through the NCVC fellowship. The NCVC faculty includes 12 doctoral level professionals, all of whom are energetic and enthusiastic participants in the fellowship training program. The common interest of the faculty in traumatic stress provides a basis for building strong research programs. All faculty encourage collaboration with fellows within the context of their research activities.
Charleston is a beautiful and historic ocean-side city with fun and interesting things to do and see. Beaches, boating, fishing, golf, and other outdoor amenities combine with a strong value of historic and environmental preservation and a relatively low cost of living to produce a wonderful place to live and work.
Applications must include: a) letter of interest outlining the basis of your interest in the fellowship and goals for advanced training in traumatic stress research (inclusive of long term career goals); b) recent C.V.; c) at least three letters of recommendation (sent directly by references); and d) any p/reprints you feel would help to demonstrate your research proficiency.
Send application materials BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 to:
Carla Kmett Danielson, Ph.D., Director of Training
National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center
Medical University of South Carolina
67 President St., MSC 861
Charleston, S.C. 29425
You may email application materials (preferred method) to Dr. Danielson at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact her for more information, and/or read more at
Statistician II - Duke University Medical Center This position is primarily responsible for the collection, compilation, and analysis of data for the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) utilizing the Core Data Set.
The National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS), co-located at UCLA and Duke University, the national coordinating center for the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), is seeking applicants for the position of Program Manager for a data analysis initiative that will involve coordination of multiple collaborative projects. The NCTSN is a unique federally funded initiative that seeks to improve the quality, effectiveness, and availability of care and services for children and families who are exposed to a wide range of traumatic experiences, including physical and sexual abuse; domestic, school, and community violence; natural disasters and terrorism; and life-threatening injury and illness. The NCCTS leads the coordination of NCTSN activities through multiple program areas, and provides support and facilitation of collaborations. Visit www.NCTSN.org for more organizational information.
Work Performed: Perform a variety of duties involving the application of intermediate statistical and technical skills in the design of research studies and the collection, compilation, and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data. Duties include generation of reports, statistical analysis and interpretation, programming, and consultation.
Candidate must be able to function independently and as a member of a research/study team. Provide statistical input in the design, execution and analysis of scientifically conducted studies. Participate in the development of operations and procedures for the collection, editing, verification and management of statistical data. Participate in developing data collection forms for scientific studies.
Operate one or more systems of computer hardware and statistical analysis software for the management and analysis of data (e.g., SPSS, SAS). Merge and process longitudinal data from multiple relational tables. Identify missing data and records. Write and update SAS code which automatically generates and updates summary tables using: SAS/ODS, SAS/MACRO, SQL, SAS/STAT, BASE, SAS/GRAPH. Identify complex relationships between variables using cross-tabulation, correlation, odds ratios and risk ratios, chi-square and t-tests; develop and test multivariate linear, non-parametric, and mixed models.
Participate in the preparation of written reports and oral presentations that summarize the analysis of data, interpret the findings and provide conclusions and
recommendations. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Work requires a minimum of a Master's degree in statistics, biostatistics or related field and relevant experience, or a Bachelors degree in statistics, biostatistics or related field and 2 years relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or work experience.
Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Salary is dependent on education and experience. Duke University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Position is located in Durham, NC
The BI-SLR HEARTS Category III center, a partnership between Beth Israel Medical Center and St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospitals in New York City, is currently recruiting a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellow in Child and Adolescent Traumatic Stress. The fellowship provides advanced training in child traumatic stress treatment and research. Fellows will assist the PI and Co-PI in implementing trauma-informed practices in juvenile justice and child welfare settings. The fellow will receive training in EBPs for child traumatic stress, provide direct clinical service to youth (ages 13-21) and caregivers in juvenile justice settings, co-facilitate trainings for justice system staff in trauma-informed practices, and assist with program development/evaluation. Research opportunities include conducting original research, analyzing existing datasets, preparing publications and conference presentations, and assisting with grant writing. Other potential opportunities include teaching and supervising. The fellowship is particularly designed to prepare individuals for careers in applied clinical research within an academic medical center setting.
Application Deadline: Jan 15, 2013
Start Date: between Feb 1-July 1, 2013 (negotiable)
Applicants must possess a doctorate in clinical psychology from an APA-accredited program and significant clinical experience with children/adolescents. Special interest or experience with traumatic stress and/or juvenile justice is preferred. Applicants with a commitment to low-income, traditionally underserved communities are preferred. Bilingual (Spanish & English) language skills are highly desirable. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Benefits include 4 weeks paid vacation, 12 sick days, health care insurance, and stipend for conferences.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter detailing your interests in the position (1 page limit), CV, and 3 letters of recommendation via email or mail to:
Christopher Branson, Ph.D.
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital
1111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
Provide outpatient therapy to Richmond area youth and their families as a Mental Health Clinician with our growing Guidance Clinic program. Utilize creative interventions; art, play, sand-tray and movement. Receive supportive clinical supervision encouraging professional growth and development of best practices. Applicants must have a Master’s degree and be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or hold another licensed mental health credential to apply. Preference given to candidates with expertise in working with families and individuals who have been exposed to trauma. Please indicate on your application if you are applying for full-time or part-time employment.
Positions open until filled.
How to Apply
Please send cover letters, completed job applications (available for download on our website), and résumés to:
Vice President for Administration and Human Resources
200 North 22nd Street
Richmond, VA 23223
You may also fax application materials attn: Linda Whitaker at (804) 644-9596