The Institute on Development and Disability (IDD) at OHSU works with patients, families, clinicians, researchers, and many other professionals to meet the goal of improving the lives of people with disabilities.
The IDD performs research and care to support every patient, from premature babies to older adults, facing changes in life due to the onset of disabling conditions. With more than 100 years of practice, we understand how to best meet the needs of our patients and their families in Oregon and beyond.
We embrace the right of people with disabilities to determine the course of their lives and to live as fully integrated, contributing members of their communities.
Clinical Service/Clinical Education (25%-50%): The primary clinical focus for the person in this position will be the CDRC interdisciplinary Autism clinic. The incumbent will be responsible for evaluation, team collaboration, and family feedback. The person may also participate in follow-up services for CDRC autism patients, for example the Autism Parent Training Program, AAC evaluation/management, behavioral management, etc., depending upon discipline, interest, and expertise. The incumbent will also participate in the clinical education of students, interns, and LEND fellows as it relates to autism, including their participation in the Autism clinic.
Research (20%-45%; dependent on extramural funding): The person in this position will be expected to contribute to research emphasizing Autism and related disorders, both as an independent investigator and with colleagues within and outside the Department of Pediatrics (e.g., Psychiatry, Behavioral Neuroscience, Molecular and Medical Genetics). Further, s/he will be expected to generate grant-funded activities, and to disseminate the products of the research through professional publications and presentations.
Administration (15%): The person in this position will serve as the CDRC Autism Director. As such, s/he is responsible for the overall operation of the clinical program with oversight of all providers for their time and effort assigned to the care team. S/he will collaborate with the CDRC Director of Ambulatory Care, the CDRC Practice Manager, IDDD Discipline Directors, and others to ensure effective and efficient clinical operations consistent with expectations established for the Institute.
Professional/Academic Activities (10%): The person in this position participates in other activities appropriate to the Autism program and to his/her discipline, and consistent with the mission and goals of the IDD and OHSU. Such activities include, but are not limited to, consultation and technical assistance to community agencies and providers, collaborations with other partners, serving on agency and university committees, and participation in departmental meetings and in-service presentations.
The incumbent will hold a research doctorate in Psychology.
S/he will have a minimum of 7 years pediatric clinical experience, and experience educating and mentoring trainees.
S/he will have demonstrated research, fiscal, grant management, and leadership experience.
Must hold current certification credentials appropriate to his/her discipline as well as Oregon licensure (or be license-eligible).
A proven history of securing extramural funding is strongly preferred, as is experience with the Chronic Care Model and with patient/family centered care.
Eligibility for Associate Professor rank.
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a Cover Letter and Resume or CV.
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