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UC San Diego Health – Director, Health Promotion Services

The HPS Director provides leadership and cohesion to the Health Promotion Services Team. Serves on the campus leadership team for strategic planning and coordination of all wellness activities, impacting the campus. Possibly serves as a clinical faculty member in Family Medicine and Public Health in the School of Medicine. Functions as SHS management team member, and is responsible for providing expertise related to health behavior and health promotion and program evaluation. Provides strategic direction of Health Promotion activities in relation to assessed campus needs, system wide programs and national trends. Exercises high degree of autonomy to take action with authority in developing policies and planning programs in the area of student wellness. This position may conceptualize and implement wellbeing programming to UCSD faculty and staff in the future.

National Cancer Institute Postdoc: Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (Rockville, MD)

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP) is now accepting applications for Cancer Prevention Fellows. This is a unique postdoctoral training opportunity for scientists and clinicians in the fields of cancer prevention and control. The CPFP is multidisciplinary by nature, as we select fellows from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds to include basic science, epidemiology, health services research, medicine, behavioral science, nursing, social science, nutrition, health education/health promotion, law, dentistry, statistics, geography, exercise science, and engineering. Unlike some postdoctoral programs, our fellows have the opportunity to select their own preceptors, and develop and lead research activities based on their own interests.

Virginia Commonwealth University – Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Policy

Virginia Commonwealth University invites applications for a 12-month tenure-track position at the assistant professor rank in the department of Health Behavior and Policy. The department is part of the School of Medicine and closely affiliated with Massey Cancer Center. We seek applications from creative, dynamic individuals who share in our commitment to excellence in research and scholarship in public health and prevention science. Applicants are expected to have a doctoral degree in public health or closely related fields, such as psychology. Applicants should show evidence of research productivity and the potential to obtain external funding.

UMass Memorial Medical Center – Health Psychologist (Worcester, MA)

UMass Memorial Medical Center, the academic teaching hospital and clinical partner of The University of Massachusetts Medical School, is inviting applications for a Health Psychologist. This is a full-time position based within the Psychosomatic Medicine Consultation-Liaison Service that serves the inpatient medical units of UMass Memorial Medical Center, as well as The Outpatient Health Psychology Program. The individual will provide a broad range of health psychology interventions to a diverse patient population, both at bedside and in the outpatient clinic. The individual will also provide consultation to medical treatment teams across the Medical Center. In addition to clinical responsibilities, the position offers the opportunity for teaching psychology graduate students, psychology interns, and psychiatry residents.

Virginia Commonwealth University – Assistant or Associate Professor, Health Behavior and Policy

The Department of Health Behavior and Policy (HBP) in the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine invites applications for a full time 12-month, tenure-track, faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The mission of the Department of Health Behavior and Policy is to transform the health landscape through multidisciplinary research, education, and service. The ideal candidate for this position will have demonstrated expertise well aligned with the Social & Behavioral Sciences program, which has considerable strengths in each of the following areas: quantitative and experimental methods, qualitative and mixed methods, program design and evaluation, communication and decision making, and community engagement.

Washington University School of Medicine – Postdoctoral Fellowships in Cancer Prevention and Control

Washington University School of Medicine and the Siteman Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, are seeking applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships in Cancer Prevention and Control. We are particularly interested in candidates with an interest in health behavior and health disparities research, community-based research, cancer communication, epidemiology or decision sciences.

Northrop Grumman – Behavioral Research Scientist/Health Psychologist (Monterey, CA)

Northrop Grumman seeks Behavioral Research Scientist / Health Psychologist in Monterey, CA, to work with population-level big datasets on research and program evaluation projects that focus on resilience, health, and readiness among military service members. Candidates should have a PhD (or Master’s degree with several years of experience) in Medical Psychology, Behavioral Medicine, Public Health, or other relevant field.

Medical College of Wisconsin Center for AIDS Intervention Research – HIV Prevention Research Faculty

The Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR) at the Medical College of Wisconsin is recruiting for several faculty investigators in HIV prevention research. Although interest areas are open, we particularly seek applications from candidates with strong and successful lines of research in the areas of: (1) behavioral and social interventions to optimize outcomes along the HIV treatment continuum; (2) improving PrEP uptake among persons at high-risk for contracting HIV infection; (3) use of social media and technology in HIV prevention and adherence interventions; (4) HIV-related implementation science; and (5) reducing HIV health disparities.