Applicants should have experience in clinical child/pediatric psychology with interest in working in an interdisciplinary setting, focusing on the assessment and diagnosis of as well as providing behavioral treatments for children referred for possible autism spectrum disorders or other developmental delays and disabilities. They should possess a doctorate in psychology and have training in the scientist-practitioner model.
Applicants from behavioral, clinical, counseling, and school psychology programs are invited to apply. We aim to provide trainees from broad backgrounds with both the general and specialty-oriented knowledge and skills needed for specialization in the field of IND psychology.
There are three IND Postdoctoral Fellowship positions at the CDC. The Fellowship occurs over a two-year period. Available positions will be open until filled, and applications will be reviewed immediately. The position’s salary will be $44,556 for the first year and will increase to $46,344 in year two; Fellows are supported by a full benefits package.
How to Apply
2017 application materials are due by Dec. 31, 2016. Interested candidates should send/email a cover letter stating career goals and their curriculum vitae to the address listed below. Please also submit two letters of recommendation sent either via direct email from letter writers or use of standard mail.
Michelle Spader, PsyD, BCBA-D
Program Coordinator, Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Intellectual and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Associate Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology, the Ohio State University
Clinical Psychologist, Child Development Center
187 West Schrock Road
Westerville, OH 43081
Phone (614) 355-7500
Email submissions are encouraged.