These are the current job openings/listings at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (CSTS).
Apply online at www.hjf.org or fax cover letter and resume to 240-314-7334, ref: Job#. The Henry M. Jackson Foundation offers a competitive salary and benefits package. AA/EEO
These positions are located in the Washington, D.C. area
206451, 206462 Data Analyst / Biostatistician
Qualifications: Proficiency in SAS and/or PASW (SPSS), including programming and use of statistical procedures; knowledge of databases and experience in data management, statistical analysis of longitudinal or repeated measures data. Ability to communicate effectively, with excellent writing skills. Bachelor’s degree in Biostatistics, Measurement, or related field (Masters preferred), with 2-4 years of academic or clinical research-related experience.
206423, 207166 SAS Data Analyst / Statistician
Qualifications: Highly proficient in SAS, Masters degree preferred with Biostatistics, Measurement, or Applied Statistics emphasis. Excellent quantitative skills, minimum of 2-5 years experience in research settings with use of SAS. Excellent presentation, interpersonal, and team skills, and technical and scientific writing. Applicant must be a US citizen and able to pass security clearance. Knowledge of military environment and research desirable.
206615 Senior Scientist/Social Worker
Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Social Work or Psychology, with 4 to 6 years related experience. Manages and provides administrative oversight for Army’s Family Advocacy Program research project at study site and designated sites. Coordinates activities with Army headquarters and installation personnel. Ability to perform basic behavioral science research and data analysis and interpretation, prepares manuscripts for publication and grant applications. Familiarity with the Army structure and functions required. Military experience desired, but not required.
206321, 207165 Research Psychologist
Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Psychology (with a research emphasis), 2-5 years experience in research design and instrumentation, and experience/interest in trauma, disaster, and stress-related research. Experience in research design and instrumentation for epidemiologic, clinical, public health or social psychology research, ability to perform behavioral science research including statistical data analysis, design, interpretation of results, preparation of manuscripts and grant applications and ability to work collaboratively as part of a team are required.
206029 Child and Family Behavioral/Developmental Applied Statistician/Researcher
Applicant will provide research and biostatistical support to the Child and Family Program.
Qualifications: Ph.D. degree with a Biostatistics, Measurement, or Applied Statistics emphasis. Excellent quantitative skills, including knowledge of research methods and design in psychology or education, experience in data analytic procedures including repeated measures data and SEM, proficiency in the use of SAS or PASW (SPSS), and minimum of 5-10 years experience in research settings. Excellent presentation, interpersonal, and organizational skills, and technical and scientific writing. Experience with qualitative data and familiarity with military environment desirable.
205896 Child Research Psychologist
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Child or Developmental Psychology, with focus on Children/Families, research experience and interest in research on
disasters and trauma, publications, and statistical data analysis. Minimum of 4-6 years experience required, specifically in research
related to children, families and the psychological responses to adversity
205147 Postdoctoral Fellow
Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Psychology, experience in research design and instrumentation, and experience/interest in trauma, disaster, and stress-related research. Experience in research design and instrumentation for epidemiologic, clinical, or social psychology research, ability to perform behavioral science research including statistical data analysis, design, interpretation of results, preparation of manuscripts and grant applications, and ability to work collaboratively as part of a team are required.
205146 Senior Child Psychologist
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Child or Developmental Psychology. Strong academic background in child and developmental psychology, with 6-10 years related experience; research methods; familiarity with military environment desirable. Strong background in research methods, especially data analytic skills such as growth curve modeling and latent structural analysis appropriate for time series/longitudinal research studies. Experience in grant and manuscript preparation and submission, IRB protocol administration and implementation.
These positions are located outside of the Washington, D.C. area
206709: Brooke Army Medical Center, TX
Mental Health Clinician / Clinical Coordinator ( BAMC)
Qualifications: Licensed Masters level Social Worker with 2-4 years related experience in a clinical setting. Research experience in recruiting participants, the consent process, administration of standardized instruments, and in-person and telephone interview. Military experience desired.
206841: San Diego, CA
Qualifications: BS/BA in Social Work, Nursing, Psychology, or related field (Masters degree preferred). Experienced researcher will support a national bereavement study investigating the impact of a US service member’s death on military family survivors. Will conduct home-based family interviews with research participants. Minimum of two years work experience in a clinical or research environment performing clinical interviews with vulnerable, high-risk groups. Knowledge and experience in working with bereaved adults and children (especially surviving families of sudden traumatic deaths) desired.
Updated: 24 Feb 2011