Post Doc In Applied Community Psychology
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN APPLIED COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Atlantic Health System, Morristown New Jersey
One year postdoctoral fellowship in Applied Community Psychology. This position provides practical experience in five core competency areas: Foundational Principles [i.e., ecological perspectives], Community Program Development [i.e., prevention and health promotion], Community and Organizational Capacity-Building [i.e., community leadership and mentoring], Community and Social Change [community development], and Community Research [i.e., program evaluation]. Concentrated practicum also include leadership and decision support, change management, communication skills [written, oral and new media], and program management and finance.
The successful candidate will have completed a doctorate in community psychology, have the ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholder and community groups, work independently on multiple projects, and be well grounded in community psychology theory, research and application.
Sponsoring Organization: The Atlantic Health System, listed for the past four years in Fortune Magazine's "100 best companies to work for" is an integrated health care system serving northern NJ. In addition to three acute care facilities with more than 1,200 beds, the system includes the second largest cardiovascular program in the NY metropolitan area, a children's hospital, neuroscience and rehabilitation institutes, comprehensive cancer centers, and a wide range of community-based programs.
This position offers competitive salary and benefits and the opportunity for research and publication. If you or someone you know has any interest in this position please visit our career site at www.atlantichealth.org and apply to requisition number 77817. If you have questions or concerns regarding the position duties please call 973-660-3119 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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