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Message ID: 8145
Date: 2009-04-30

Author:Rick Heyman

Subject:JOBS

Dear colleagues,

PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO UNDERGRADS LOOKING FOR

JOBS OR PH.Ds LOOKING FOR POSTDOCS.



We are looking to hire several people for each of several

job openings. We have about 10

federal grants at any point in time and are looking for motivated, bright people

who would benefit from working in a lab with projects ranging from

microsocial coding to RCTs where entire communities are the unit of interest.

All studies involve families with a range from highly statistical studies with

very large samples to prevention interventions with new parents to

a new psychoneuroimmunological study.



We provide excellent benefits and experience for graduate school (for

B.A.-level people) and publication opportunities (for postdocs)

Stony Brook is 50 miles from Manhattan and close to beaches.



Thanks

Rick Heyman



__________________________________________________

Richard E. Heyman, Ph.D.

Research Professor

Family Translational Research Group

Department of Psychology

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Stony Brook , NY 11794-2500

(631) 632-7857

FAX: (631) 632-7876

Email: Richard.Heyman@Stonybrook.edu

Homepage www.ftrgroup.org

________________________________________________







The Family Translational Research Group (FTRG) is looking for

talented, hard-working people with a passion for understanding and

preventing family violence to join our team. The FTRG is a dynamic

research group housed within one of the top departments of clinical

psychology in the nation. FTRG conducts a wide variety of cutting edge

research on topics ranging from defining maltreatment in ways that can

be reliably used by field workers, to determining how couples=E2=80=99

conflict dynamics relate to violence, to examining the effects of

family violence on children=E2=80=99s psychological and physical functionin=

g

to furthering our understanding of risk and protective factors for

child maltreatment and partner abuse. In addition to this basic

research, FTRG is involved in two large prevention efforts, one for

communities and the other for couples with newborns. These studies use

the full spectrum of research methods =E2=80=94 from intensive observationa=

l

tools to epidemiological surveys. The FTRG typically has least 8-10

active federally-funded projects. The group includes several Ph.D.

level psychologists and social workers, masters level researchers and

counselors, and bachelor level research staff, as well as clinical

psychology and social work students. The FTRG is co-directed by Amy

Slep and Richard Heyman. For more information about our group, go to

www.ftrgroup.org.



We are looking for individuals to assist with and collaborate on

ongoing and upcoming projects. People who join our team can expect

great research experience, and, depending on skills and interests,

excellent clinical experience and opportunities for publications and

grant writing. Individuals with a variety of education and experiences

are welcome. If you are excited by the possibility of doing innovative

research on family violence in a team environment, we hope you will

join us. We expect to be hiring in to the following position titles:

Research Support Specialist: Requires a flexible schedule to meet the

needs of families. Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus. Fluency in

typical computer applications such as SPSS, Access and languages such

as Visual Basic can be a plus. Can be involved in a number of projects

working directly assessing families, recruiting families, training and

supervising undergraduate research assistants, managing data, and

conducting and training others in observational coding.

=E2=9E=A2 BA level or equivalent: Requires a BA/BS and some experienc=

e

conducting research with families either directly or as an

observational coder. Salary range: $29,400 =E2=80=94 35,000. (1 to 4 positi=

ons

possible)

=E2=9E=A2 MA level or equivalent: Requires a MA/MSW or equivalent

education/experience. Requires experience conducting research with

families directly, as an observational coder, or as a data analyst OR

clinical experience focused on parenting or couples issues. Management

experience a plus. Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus, especially for

those interested in being involved in clinical work. Can also be

involved in project management. $30,000 =E2=80=94 40,000. (1 to 4 positions

possible)

Senior Research Support Specialist: Requires a MA/MSW or equivalent

education/experience. Requires management or project leadership

experience. Must be familiar with components of family-based research

including design, assessment, coding, data management, and analyses.

Must have expertise in some of these areas. Strong management

abilities and leadership style a plus. $35,000 =E2=80=94 45,000. (1 to 4

positions possible)



Postdoctoral Research Associate: Requires a Ph.D. in psychology or

related field. Requires extensive research training and experience

conducting research on families with relevance to family violence.

Excellent writing a plus. If degree is in a clinical field, clinical

experience focused on parenting, couples issues, or maltreatment is

required. Fluency in typical computer applications such as Access and

languages such as Visual Basic can be a plus. Can require a flexible

schedule to meet the needs of families. Can be involved in a number of

projects working directly assessing or serving families, recruiting

families, training and supervising undergraduate research assistants,

managing data, and conducting and training others in observational

coding. Typically, role will include management of the above

activities, significant data analytic and scientific writing

responsibilities, or both. $40,000 =E2=80=94 60,000. (1 to 4 positions

possible)

Research Scientist: Requires a Ph.D. in psychology or related field

and at least three years of post-degree experience. Requires extensive

research training and experience conducting research on families with

relevance to family violence. A track record of scientific

publications and/or successful grant applications is a plus. Excellent

writing a plus. If degree is in a clinical field, clinical experience

focused on parenting, couples issues, or maltreatment is required. Can

require a flexible schedule to meet the needs of families or the

projects. Can be involved in a number of projects working directly

assessing or serving families, recruiting families, training and

supervising undergraduate research assistants, managing data, and

conducting and training others in observational coding. Typically,

role will include some or all of the following: management of the

above activities, collaboration on new grant proposals, significant

data analytic work, and significant scientific writing

responsibilities. $60,000 =E2=80=94 90,000. (1 to 4 positions possible)

__________________________________________________

Richard E. Heyman, Ph.D.

Research Professor

Family Translational Research Group

Department of Psychology

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Stony Brook , NY 11794-2500

(631) 632-7857

FAX: (631) 632-7876

Email: Richard.Heyman@Stonybrook.edu

Homepage www.ftrgroup.org

________________________________________________





Dear colleagues,

PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO UNDERGRADS LOOKING FOR

JOBS OR PH.Ds LOOKING FOR POSTDOCS.



We are looking to hire several people for each of several

job openings. We have about 10

federal grants at any point in time and are looking for motivated, bright people

who would benefit from working in a lab with projects ranging from

microsocial coding to RCTs where entire communities are the unit of interest.

All studies involve families with a range from highly statistical studies with

very large samples to prevention interventions with new parents to

a new psychoneuroimmunological study.



We provide excellent benefits and experience for graduate school (for

B.A.-level people) and publication opportunities (for postdocs)

Stony Brook is 50 miles from Manhattan and close to beaches.



Thanks

Rick Heyman



__________________________________________________

Richard E. Heyman, Ph.D.

Research Professor

Family Translational Research Group

Department of Psychology

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Stony Brook , NY 11794-2500

(631) 632-7857

FAX: (631) 632-7876

Email: Richard.HeymanStonybrook.edu

Homepage www.ftrgroup.org

________________________________________________







The Family Translational Research Group (FTRG) is looking for

talented, hard-working people with a passion for understanding and

preventing family violence to join our team. The FTRG is a dynamic

research group housed within one of the top departments of clinical

psychology in the nation. FTRG conducts a wide variety of cutting edge

research on topics ranging from defining maltreatment in ways that can

be reliably used by field workers, to determining how couples=E2=80=99

conflict dynamics relate to violence, to examining the effects of

family violence on children=E2=80=99s psychological and physical functionin=

g

to furthering our understanding of risk and protective factors for

child maltreatment and partner abuse. In addition to this basic

research, FTRG is involved in two large prevention efforts, one for

communities and the other for couples with newborns. These studies use

the full spectrum of research methods =E2=80=94 from intensive observationa=

l

tools to epidemiological surveys. The FTRG typically has least 8-10

active federally-funded projects. The group includes several Ph.D.

level psychologists and social workers, masters level researchers and

counselors, and bachelor level research staff, as well as clinical

psychology and social work students. The FTRG is co-directed by Amy

Slep and Richard Heyman. For more information about our group, go to

www.ftrgroup.org.



We are looking for individuals to assist with and collaborate on

ongoing and upcoming projects. People who join our team can expect

great research experience, and, depending on skills and interests,

excellent clinical experience and opportunities for publications and

grant writing. Individuals with a variety of education and experiences

are welcome. If you are excited by the possibility of doing innovative

research on family violence in a team environment, we hope you will

join us. We expect to be hiring in to the following position titles:

Research Support Specialist: Requires a flexible schedule to meet the

needs of families. Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus. Fluency in

typical computer applications such as SPSS, Access and languages such

as Visual Basic can be a plus. Can be involved in a number of projects

working directly assessing families, recruiting families, training and

supervising undergraduate research assistants, managing data, and

conducting and training others in observational coding.

=E2=9E=A2 BA level or equivalent: Requires a BA/BS and some experienc=

e

conducting research with families either directly or as an

observational coder. Salary range: $29,400 =E2=80=94 35,000. (1 to 4 positi=

ons

possible)

=E2=9E=A2 MA level or equivalent: Requires a MA/MSW or equivalent

education/experience. Requires experience conducting research with

families directly, as an observational coder, or as a data analyst OR

clinical experience focused on parenting or couples issues. Management

experience a plus. Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus, especially for

those interested in being involved in clinical work. Can also be

involved in project management. $30,000 =E2=80=94 40,000. (1 to 4 positions

possible)

Senior Research Support Specialist: Requires a MA/MSW or equivalent

education/experience. Requires management or project leadership

experience. Must be familiar with components of family-based research

including design, assessment, coding, data management, and analyses.

Must have expertise in some of these areas. Strong management

abilities and leadership style a plus. $35,000 =E2=80=94 45,000. (1 to 4

positions possible)



Postdoctoral Research Associate: Requires a Ph.D. in psychology or

related field. Requires extensive research training and experience

conducting research on families with relevance to family violence.

Excellent writing a plus. If degree is in a clinical field, clinical

experience focused on parenting, couples issues, or maltreatment is

required. Fluency in typical computer applications such as Access and

languages such as Visual Basic can be a plus. Can require a flexible

schedule to meet the needs of families. Can be involved in a number of

projects working directly assessing or serving families, recruiting

families, training and supervising undergraduate research assistants,

managing data, and conducting and training others in observational

coding. Typically, role will include management of the above

activities, significant data analytic and scientific writing

responsibilities, or both. $40,000 =E2=80=94 60,000. (1 to 4 positions

possible)

Research Scientist: Requires a Ph.D. in psychology or related field

and at least three years of post-degree experience. Requires extensive

research training and experience conducting research on families with

relevance to family violence. A track record of scientific

publications and/or successful grant applications is a plus. Excellent

writing a plus. If degree is in a clinical field, clinical experience

focused on parenting, couples issues, or maltreatment is required. Can

require a flexible schedule to meet the needs of families or the

projects. Can be involved in a number of projects working directly

assessing or serving families, recruiting families, training and

supervising undergraduate research assistants, managing data, and

conducting and training others in observational coding. Typically,

role will include some or all of the following: management of the

above activities, collaboration on new grant proposals, significant

data analytic work, and significant scientific writing

responsibilities. $60,000 =E2=80=94 90,000. (1 to 4 positions possible)

__________________________________________________

Richard E. Heyman, Ph.D.

Research Professor

Family Translational Research Group

Department of Psychology

Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Stony Brook , NY 11794-2500

(631) 632-7857

FAX: (631) 632-7876

Email: Richard.HeymanStonybrook.edu

Homepage www.ftrgroup.org

________________________________________________