Staff Psychologists
American Psychological Association
 Boston, MA

WOMEN'S HEALTH SCIENCES DIVISION, VA NATIONAL CENTER FOR PTSD

The Women's Health Sciences Division, VA National Center for PTSD anticipates three new staff positions and is seeking doctoral-level individuals with demonstrated programs of research in clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, public health or related fields as evidenced by a solid publication record and grant writing in the area of psychological trauma and women's mental health. Experience with health services research, the intersection of women's mental and physical health (e.g. reproductive health), psychiatric conditions comorbid with PTSD (e.g. substance use disorders), suicidal behavior, and health disparities among underrepresented groups are especially desired. Applications will be accepted at all levels of career development. Salary and benefits package are competitive and commensurate with experience. Faculty appointment is anticipated at the Boston University School of Medicine.

The Women's Health Sciences Division is a branch of the VA National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, a multi-site consortium mandated by Congress to study reactions to traumatic stress. The Women's Health Sciences Division, affiliated with Boston University School of Medicine and located at the VA Boston Healthcare System, is a nationally recognized program developing and conducting innovative research in stress, trauma, and women's health. The Division is affiliated with strong clinical programs that provide a continuum of treatment services to women veterans including a homelessness program, outpatient stress disorder clinic and a transitional residence. Division staff are involved in the training of graduate students, pre-doctoral interns, psychiatry residents, and post-doctoral fellows. The Division possesses outstanding resources for research, clinical, and training activities, and offers a stimulating work environment where diversity is valued.

Positions are available immediately. Please send curriculum vitae and cover letter to Dr. Tara Galovski, Director, Women's Health Sciences Division, National Center for PTSD care of Christine Quigley, Assistant Director for Operations, christine.quigley2@va.gov. Preference will be given to applications received by December 15, 2019.

The Department of Veteran Affairs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.