Announcing a postdoctoral fellowship opening to begin summer 2012 with Dr. Heather Littleton at East Carolina University. The appointed fellow will serve as key personnel on a multi-site research study (with Dr. Littleton and Dr. Grills-Taquechel at the University of Houston) designed to evaluate an online, therapist-facilitated cognitive behavioral intervention for rape victims with PTSD. This NIMH-funded fellowship position includes training in conducting cognitive behavioral interventions with rape victims and randomized clinical trial design and management. In addition, the fellow will be responsible for supervising and coordinating recruitment efforts, data management, conducting clinical assessments, and serving as a program therapist. The fellow will be able to obtain supervised clinical hours for licensure as a psychologist and will have ample opportunities to collaborate on conference submissions and publications.
Salary is competitive and is negotiable based on years of postdoctoral experience. The fellow will receive all university holidays as well as 10 days of paid vacation per year. The fellow will also receive health insurance coverage at no charge and will have the option of dependent health insurance coverage. There is also a stipend available for professional expenses.
Start date is flexible with preference for early summer 2012.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates should submit via email a CV, cover letter, and the names and contact information of three professional references to Dr. Heather Littleton, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC to email@example.com