Department: MMI Ctr for Ped Feeding Disord 50006125
Reg-Temp: Full-Time Regular
Case Manager, Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program – The individual will oversee assessment and treatment of children with pediatric feeding disorders. The individual will conduct initial evaluations and triage patients to services. The individual will maintain a caseload of patients in day-treatment, outpatient, and early intervention programs. The individual will assist in the administration of the feeding program, including, but not limited to, hiring and training new employees; and developing, writing, implementing policies and procedures for the program, as well as grant writing. The individual will participate in outreach activities in the community and develop and maintain a research agenda. The deadline for applications is December 1st, 2019, although applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Candidates should submit 1) a letter of interest, 2) curriculum vitae, and 3) three letters of recommendation. Supplemental information (e.g., statements of research and teaching goals, copies of publications, past teaching evaluations) can be uploaded under other documents.
Doctorate degree in Clinical or School Psychology, Behavior Analysis, or a related field must be obtained within 3 months of start date (official documentation must be provided).
Psychology Licensure or eligibility for licensure in Nebraska preferred. Board Certification in Behavior Analysis
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