The HEDCO Clinic, which provides services to children and youth in the community, is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to engage in clinical research and service delivery. The HEDCO Clinic is located in Eugene, Oregon, at the University of Oregon, College of Education. The David and Nancy Petrone Fellow in the HEDCO Clinic blends clinical and research activities that are tailored to the individual interests and training needs of the fellow. Clinical activities will focus on direct delivery of evidence-based child and adolescent interventions, supervision of graduate students in the implementation of these various interventions and diagnostic assessment (50% time). The fellow's remaining time (50%) is spent conducting research activities, including but not limited to grant preparation and submissions, scholarly writing and publications, and overseeing the implementation and delivery of clinical research interventions and protocols.
Additional activities may include coordinating and collaborating with Clinic personnel and faculty on existing HEDCO Clinic projects (including research studies, training, and technical assistance projects) and performing other relevant HEDCO Clinic and professional service activities. The position will be based in the HEDCO clinic but will also work with the Prevention Science Institute.
Our commitment at the College of Education is to provide a comprehensive training opportunity where the post-doctoral fellow acquires competence in child and adolescent clinical and research activities. This position works closely with faculty providing services in the HEDCO clinic, as well as faculty conducting research at the Prevention Science Institute (https://psi.uoregon.edu/) and will be mentored by the Julie and Keith Thomson Director and Faculty Chair as well as other faculty members within in the College of Education.
For full position description and application information, please visit our website at https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/525066/david-and-nancy-petrone-postdoctoral-fellow. Application review begins January 31, 2020.
To learn more about the HEDCO Clinic services visit: https://education.uoregon.edu/community-outreach-and-services. To learn more about the Prevention Science Institute https://psi.uoregon.edu/.
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