The RCRCF is seeking a Research Faculty to join our team:

Position Description: The Rochester Center for Research on Children and Families in the Department of Psychology and Mt. Hope Family Center at the University of Rochester invites applicants for a full-time Research Faculty position.  The center currently houses several longitudinal research studies funded by NIH. Projects are designed to understand how various family processes (e.g., parenting, interparental relationships) are associated with children’s coping and adjustment across a range of developmental stages (early childhood through middle adolescence) and levels of analysis (physiological, behavioral, cognitive).  In addition, research at the Center is multidisciplinary in nature.

The applicant will be expected to develop a research program that utilizes the various datasets. In addition, the applicant will assist current graduate students on analysis and publications.  Finally, the applicant will be invited to collaborate with faculty on the implementation of a newly funded research project examining family relationships in early childhood.  The position is renewable for up to 5 years, contingent on performance.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have a Ph.D. in psychology or allied field, with documented experience in the study of families and developmental psychopathology and expertise in advanced quantitative methods. In addition, the candidate should have evidence of independent scholarship, experience supervising research activities, outstanding writing skills, and publication productivity in peer-reviewed journals.

To apply, please submit materials at  Look for job title "Research Faculty in Family Relations/Developmental Psychopathology" under the Department of Clinical and Social Psychology (CSP)

This position includes salary dependent upon years of experience, a benefit package, and travel allowance. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

The University of Rochester, an Equal Opportunity Employer, has a strong commitment to diversity and actively encourages applications from candidates from groups underrepresented in higher education.

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