Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP)
Program: Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP)
Supervisor(s): Barbara O. Rothbaum, PhD, ABPP and Sheila Rauch, PhD, ABPP
Job Summary: Assistant Professor to serve as a full-time psychologist for EHVP in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University in the School of Medicine. The psychologist will work together with an interdisciplinary team to provide clinical services, conduct clinical research, and supervise postdoctoral fellows and trainees in the conduct of care and research. EHVP provides clinical services to post-9/11 veterans and service members at no cost to the patient as part of the Warrior Care Network. Clinical duties include assessment of veterans referred to the EHVP and providing evidence-based treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, SUD, and TBI. EHVP provides care in an outpatient setting and an innovative intensive outpatient program (IOP) in which veterans come from across the country to receive intensive therapy daily for two weeks.
The Atlanta metropolitan area is the largest in the state of Georgia, ninth largest in the United States, and home to a diverse population of more than five million residents. Atlanta is home to numerous museums, art galleries, and cultural landmarks, as well as thriving music, film, and sports scenes. EHVP faculty have valued the city's cosmopolitan atmosphere, vibrant green spaces, and reasonable cost of living.
EHVP seeks to create a work environment and organizational culture that reflect the community and society we serve and a climate that appreciates the unique contribution of diverse employees that facilitate their success. We actively encourage applications from members of all groups traditionally underrepresented in clinical psychology and higher education, including ethnic and racial minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities.
The responsibilities for this position will include some or all of the following: academic leadership, teaching, mentoring, research, publications, clinical practice, citizenship, and administrative responsibilities. There are additional position-specific duties that may change with each academic year through discussions with the Program Director, Dr. Barbara Rothbaum, Department Chair, and/or the School of Medicine Dean. Faculty will be reviewed and evaluated on performance and execution of both general and position-specific duties.
Specific Job Responsibilities May Include:
- Provide leadership and management in supporting the missions and goals of the Department and Service Line in education, research, patient care, and service.
- Provide clinical supervision to psychology and social work trainees and to psychiatric residents; support and facilitate the educational programs of the Department, School of Medicine, and University.
- Advise students, staff, and junior faculty by spending time and guiding individuals regarding academic, curricular and career matters.
- Conduct work to create and add to knowledge. Dissemination and peer review are critical to research productivity.
- Attain and manage funds appropriately to sustain research endeavors.
- Publications in accordance with the mission of EHVP to provide best practices in the care of veterans.
- Provide excellent and appropriate patient care at all clinical/hospital sites while ensuring compliance with all policies and regulations on patient care and billing.
- Adhere to clinical practice obligations for revenue generation in the provision of care.
- Participate in quality improvement endeavors.
- Experience and competency working with patients from diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Serve as a role model for others.
- Provide academic and professional expertise to serve the Department, profession, community, nation, and the world.
- Participate on committees for the University, WCN, and Affiliate Institutions.
- Ensure continuing professional development.
- Complete all administrative requirements in accordance with the needs of the Department and School of Medicine. This may include completing forms and information, compliance paperwork, performance management tools for staff, authoring letters and developing other communication, and completing service assignments.
- Supporting recruitment efforts.
- PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
- Professional licensure
- Licensed or license eligible in Georgia
- Records of accomplishments
- Experience working with veterans.
- Experience with patients with PTSD, TBI, SUD, anxiety, and depression
- Evidence of academic achievement
- Ability to communicate clearly in English
- Team Building
- Experience working within a multidisciplinary care team
The Department of Psychiatry, together with Emory University School of Medicine, is fully committed to the shared values of diversity and inclusion in order to achieve and sustain excellence. We firmly believe that we best promote excellence by recruiting and retaining a diverse group of faculty and staff promoting a sense of inclusion and belonging for every member of our community. This climate for diversity, inclusion and excellence is critical to attaining the best scholarship, teaching, and research.
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