The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago are seeking a qualified clinical child and adolescent psychologist or pediatric psychologist to serve as the Chief Psychologist within the Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Lurie Children’s Hospital, a nationally ranked, freestanding children’s hospital located on the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine campus. Lurie Children’s Hospital recognizes the impact of systemic, cultural, social, and economic factors on children and families, and values the diverse identities that build and enrich our hospital and the broader Chicago community. We are committed to welcoming staff and faculty from varied backgrounds because we believe that diversity strengthens the collective fabric of our medical center and fulfills our commitment to address the structural health disparities in the medical care of children. We seek employees who share this perspective, consider it important to their professional identity, and are representative of the families and children we serve. Responsibilities include: (1) providing leadership of a staff of approximately 40 psychologists regarding their professional and academic development, hiring of psychologists and conducting annual reviews; (2) conducting an independent research program in areas of clinical child and adolescent psychology, developmental psychopathology, or pediatric psychology; (3) providing leadership in the development of clinical programs within the department and Lurie Children’s Hospital, engaging in quality improvement and research efforts associated with program evaluation and treatment outcomes; (4) overseeing training programs in clinical psychology and neuropsychology directed by the Director of Training in Psychology; (5) serving on hospital committees for QI, program and personnel matters as directed by the Department Head and Senior Director; (6) providing clinical care in the applicant’s area of special clinical interest. The faculty appointment will be on the non-tenure-eligible, Clinician-Educator track at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. The applicant will have demonstrated the ability to obtain research funding the NIH-level or that of major foundations. Qualified candidates will have obtained a PhD in a clinical psychology training program and completed an internship specializing in clinical child or pediatric psychology. At least one of training programs must have been APA-approved. The individual will also have completed a fellowship in pediatric or clinical child and adolescent psychology and have experience in a pediatric medical setting. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a full-time position. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States, completing licensure in Illinois and obtaining Lurie Children’s Hospital privileges. Applications will be evaluated as received; the position will remain open until filled. This position is at Lurie Children's Hospital, but initial applications are made through Northwestern University. Please upload your CV with a letter describing clinical experience as well as clinical and academic interests. Also, please include a list of four professional references. Questions about the position can be directed to John T. Walkup, MD; Chair, Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. firstname.lastname@example.org When applying, please upload this completed list of references form to suggest the names of individuals who could write letters of reference on your behalf.
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