The New Hampshire Psychological Association (NHPA) is the professional trade association for psychologists in New Hampshire and is centrally located in Concord, New Hampshire – one hour from Boston, the seacoast, and the White Mountains. For over 50 years NHPA has been the voice of psychologists in the state of New Hampshire and a champion of the mental health community. NHPA is dedicated to the development of psychology as a science, a profession, and a means of promoting human welfare.
NHPA is seeking a seasoned, engaging, and collaborative leader as their next Executive Director. Recent success with a psychologist in the position creates some preference for psychologist applicants; however, all qualified individuals with a professional education and employment background will be considered.
The Executive Director is a part-time, salaried position with flexible hours and the opportunity to work partially from home. The position offers the opportunity to engage in meaningful and purposeful work that makes a real and noticeable difference in the profession of psychology, in the life and work of our members, and in the lives of the New Hampshire citizens we serve as psychologists.
NHPA is currently thriving as an organization, such that it is an exciting and propitious time to bring on a new Executive Director. The Executive Director is the face of NHPA and is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization according to the strategic directions set by the NHPA Board of Directors. The Executive Director coordinates with the Board and with NHPA membership to carry out the mission of the organization. This individual interfaces with the general public, various professional and legislative communities, and national organizations. The Executive Director reports to the Board and is responsible for supervising all business functions of the organization. Primary responsibilities include: board administration and support, financial and operational management, professional advocacy, member services, supervision of staff, and liaising with other associations and organizations.
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Successful candidates will embrace the mission of the NHPA and demonstrate a commitment to its core values. The successful candidate will have leadership presence, polished social and public speaking skills, and prior administrative management experience. Additional experience in leadership and fostering leadership in others is desired. Candidates must have good management and organizational skills and be able to delegate when appropriate; they must possess the ability to work with diverse constituencies within the organization and throughout New Hampshire, as well as nationally. The successful candidate must be detail oriented, but also able to appreciate larger strategic issues and trends in healthcare and politics.
To apply, submit resume and letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Posted 6/30/17 – 7/29/17)
The New Hampshire Office of the Forensic Examiner has an exciting opening for a full time Forensic Psychologist.
• Conducting competency to stand trial
• Dangerousness and criminal responsibility evaluations
• Preparation of reports
• Frequent court testimony
There are no treatment requirements or after hours duties. The Office of the Forensic Examiner is a small, collegial department that includes one ABPP and evaluators from post-doctoral training programs from across the country.
The office is based in Concord, NH, a short drive from Boston, the New Hampshire seacoast and the beautiful White Mountains.
We offer excellent compensation and a comprehensive benefits package including:
• Health, dental, life, vision and disability insurance
• 401k with company match
• 28 paid days off and 6 paid holidays
• Flexible spending account
• CEU reimbursement
• Wellness activity subsidy
• Plus many more…
• Doctorate in clinical or forensic psychology including a successful completion of and APA-accredited internship
• Have demonstrated competence and experience in completing forensic criminal evaluations
• Must have active New Hampshire license or be license-eligible.
This position is offered by MHM Correctional Services Inc. and the New Hampshire Department of Corrections. Patrice Abby: 855-507-9900 or Patrice@mhmcareers.com
(Posted June 28, 2017 – July 28, 2017)
Rivier University seeks a Field Placement Coordinator to join the Division of Education beginning August 2017. We invite applications to serve as an adjunct faculty member for a minimum of 10 hours a week during the academic school year in the Doctoral Program for Counseling and School Psychology. This faculty member will have primary responsibilities for overseeing the implementation and on-going coordination of doctoral level practicum training sites, as well as the development of doctoral level internship sites. The candidate is expected to be actively involved in the mentoring of graduate and doctoral students in school psychology and counseling.
Interested candidates may view the full job advertisement and apply at www.river.edu/jobs
(Posted 6/26/17 – 7/26/17)
Well established, multidisciplinary group practice In Dover, NH is seeking a psychologist
and a psychotherapist for part time or full time practice. We are interested in clinicians
who are open to working with adolescents and adults. We offer flexibility, great collegial
support and a generous percentage arrangement. Contact Stephen Naifeh, Ph.D. at 603-742-1373,
ext 106 or inquire with email to NaifehSJ@aol.com
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