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Welcome to the forensic psychology jobs page, a regularly updated directory of jobs in forensic psychology and related disciplines. If you would like to post a forensic psychology job advert free of charge, simply send the details you would like listing on this page via the following link.

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Job Title

Forensic Psychologist

Employer

Cook County Juvenile Court

Location

Chicago, Illinois, (USA)

Salary

Not Stated

Closing Date

Not Stated

Job Description

The Cook County Juvenile Court Clinic in Chicago, Illinois in conjunction with Northwestern University is seeking to recruit a full-time psychologist to conduct court ordered forensic evaluations of children and adolescents involved in delinquency proceedings.

Minimum requirements include a doctorate in clinical psychology from an accredited program, an accredited pre-doctoral internship, and Illinois licensure. Fluency in Spanish and specialized forensic training preferred. Candidates should be familiar with the juvenile justice system and possess sound assessment skills, strong writing skills, and extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and an urban population.

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Job Title

Assistant/Associate Professor of Forensic Psychology (Tenure-Track)

Employer

Marymount University

Location

Arlington, Virginia (USA)

Salary

Not Stated

Closing Date

Open Until Filled

Job Description

The Department of Forensic Psychology at Marymount University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate level, beginning August 2010. Responsibilities include teaching a variety of graduate-level forensic psychology/psychology and law courses, advising students, participating in University service requirements, and engaging in scholarship.

A doctorate in psychology with training/experience in forensic psychology/psychology and law is required. Previous teaching experience and a record of scholarship are preferred. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

Contact Details

To apply, visit https://www.marymountjobs.com

Questions should be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Mary Lindahl, at mary.lindahl@marymount.edu


Job Title

Assistant Professor of Forensic Psychology, (Tenure-Track)

Employer

Roosevelt University

Location

Chicago (USA)

Salary

Not Stated

Closing Date

Open Until Filled

Job Description

The Department of Psychology is seeking a forensic psychologist at the assistant professor level, ideally with interests in psychological assessment issues. The individual will also be expected to teach relevant forensic psychology and assessment courses, conduct research in these areas, and collaborate with colleagues in the department.

Applicants must upload a curriculum vitae, letter of interest and list of three professional references.

Contact Details

To apply, Click Here

You may address discipline-specific questions to Dr. Jim Choca at jchoca@roosevelt.edu.


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