Department of Behavioral Sciences & Rush Neurobehavioral Center Rush University Medical Center Chicago IL The Department of Behavioral Sciences & Rush Neurobehavioral Center (RNBC) at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago are looking to fill multiple clinical faculty positions with opportunities for administration research and teaching. All positions require a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA approved program. Candidates must be eligible for license in Illinois. Faculty rank and salary for all positions will be commensurate with experience. Psychosocial Oncology Primary responsibilities include psychological evaluation and intervention with patients families and support of medical staff who are involved in this stressful work. The ideal candidates will have strong clinical skills experience in psycho-oncology and/or other medical patient populations (e.g. cardiology rheumatology) as well as a high potential for research. This is an exciting time to be part of Psychosocial Oncology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and the Rush Cancer Center as we take the early steps on our journey to become a destination cancer center. Join us in our mission to improve the health of the patients and the diverse communities we serve with nationally recognized health care education and research as well as a commitment to community partnerships. RNBC Pediatric Clinical Psychology/Neuropsychology The Rush NeuroBehavioral Center located in Skokie IL is currently seeking two key leadership positions – Executive Director and Clinical Director. The RNBC team provides outstanding care supports educators and conducts ground-breaking research in a multi-disciplinary setting. Our focus is on improving the lives of children and young adults with complex social emotional and academic challenges. The ED will provide overall leadership and management to ensure RNBC's success in achieving its mission and programmatic and financial objectives. The ED will develop and guide RNBC's strategic vision and will lead teams to achieve goals that advance that vision. The ED will provide overall direction for all functions including clinic education research administration and fundraising. The ED will represent RNBC to Rush funders collaborators and the community. The Clinic Director reports to RNBC's Executive Director and will have wide latitude and support to develop a strategic vision for RNBC's clinical programs and to realize that vision through clinical program development and through supervising training and mentoring the clinical team. The Clinic Director will also have opportunities to collaborate with RNBC's research and education staff and colleagues at Rush University Medical Center. The Clinic Director will represent Rush and RNBC to the community and be responsible for generating clinical referrals. Full details of all positions can be found at www.joinrush.org Please contact: Leah Tyrrell Manager Faculty Recruitment: Leah_M_Tyrrell@rush.edu Rush University Medical Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.