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Requisition # 2889

Position Basics

Advertising Ends on:Extended Until Position is Filled
Advertising Started on:Friday, November 17th, 2017
College:College of Education
Department:Psych & Quant Foundations


Salary:$47,484.00 to Commensurate

Position Details

Full/Part Time Status:Full Time
Percent Time:100%
Position Description:

The University of Iowa College of Education

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Postdoctoral Scholar in Behavioral Health Psychology

A position for a Postdoctoral Scholar in counseling psychology is open in the Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations for the area of behavioral health psychology. This scholar will conduct research and provide instruction in the areas of (a) health psychology (b) working with underserved rural populations (c) interdisciplinary behavioral health and provide clinical supervision of practicum students. This position is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Professional Track, Grant titled: Integrating Behavioral Health into Rural Medicine,  M01HP31359-01-00

This is a twelve-month appointment beginning on August 15, 2018.  Position may funded through May 2020.

Review of applications will begin on February 21, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.

Education Requirement:

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in counseling or clinical psychology, or a closely related field.

Required Qualifications:

Completed an APA accredited Ph.D. program and internship

Relevant interest, experience, or scholarship in integrated behavior health issues in rural areas (e.g. rural substance use, rural psychology, rural underserved populations, etc)

Ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Willingness to take on leadership and supervision roles

Excellent written and verbal communication skills- Please note that as part of the application process, a writing sample must be submitted. The writing sample must be a journal publication or thesis with methods chapter/section.




License eligible as a psychologist in Iowa

Desirable Qualifications:

Experience in teaching and supervision in the area of health psychology

Clinical experience with veterans or rural underserved populations

Online Application Required Documents

 Curriculum Vita
Name and Contact Information of References
Letters of Interest
Writing Samples
 Number of References:  3

To start the Online Application process for this position, click the "Apply for This Position" button located below the Contact Information.

Contact Information

Contact:Saba R Ali -
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