Website University of Minnesota
Assistant Professor – Academic Track
University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, MN
The University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience seeks a candidate for a full-time position as an Assistant Professor on the Academic Track in the Division of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience as a neuropsychologist.
What we offer:
- Strong team environment with more than 25 faculty providing care across the entire spectrum of pediatric psychology, pediatric neuropsychology, and autism and development disorders.
- Variety in your practice with responsibility for inpatient and outpatient patient care, quality assurance and improvement, medical administration, professional recruitment, utilization review, participation in site, CSU, and hospital staff meetings, and planning and marketing of services.
- State-of-the-art, award-winning Children’s hospital: University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital including the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain, one of the first of its kind, a one-stop clinic and research location specializing in care for children with neurobehavioral conditions.
- Opportunity to be actively involved in the clinical psychology internship training program and post-doctoral training program for pediatric psychology and neuropsychology.
- The University of Minnesota is currently ranked #28 in NIH funding and department faculty members have protected academic time to focus on research and grant writing.
- Competitive compensation and benefits that include a well-being allotment, concierge services, counseling, coaching, best-in-Industry 401K employer match, and we are a public service loan forgiveness-qualifying employer.
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- Ph.D or a Psy.D in clinical psychology, school psychology, or counseling psychology from an APA and/or CPA accredited program, internship training and minimum 2 year post-doctoral training in pediatric neuropsychology is required
- License-eligible in the state of Minnesota
- The successful candidate will bring experience with chronic medical populations and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Questions can be directed to Connie Franklin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly King, PhD, LP, ABPP-CN
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Faculty Member, Division of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience
Faculty Search Committee Chair
Pediatric Neuropsychology Director of Training
Amy Gross, PhD, LP, BCBA-D
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Division Director, Division of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience
Associate Director of Clinical Care, Center for Pediatric Obesity Medicine
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