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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Part of the NYU School of Medicine, one of our nation's oldest and most prestigious academic institutions, the Child Study Center has a multi-disciplinary team of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of child and adolescent mental health. Below is a list of our current job opportunities. For more information, contact careers@AboutOurKids.org.

For training opportunities, please visit our Education page.
For volunteer opportunities, please visit our Volunteer page.

Application Instructions:

Please email your current resume or CV to careers@aboutourkids.org and specify the position for which you are applying.

CLINICAL/RESEARCH FACULTY POSITIONS:

Post-Doctoral Fellow

The Autism Spectrum Disorders Research Program at the NYU Child Study Center is looking for a post-doctoral fellow interested in conducting behavioral and neuroimaging research of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and related conditions (e.g., attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). 

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Clinical Psychiatrist / Residency Program Director

The Child Study Center is recruiting for a Residency Program Director for our residency training program at New York University, Bellevue Hospital Center, and Rockland Children's Psychiatric Center.  Reporting to the Vice Chair for Education, the Residency Director will have primary responsibility for program development and supervision of approximately 20 residents.

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Clinical Psychiatrist

The Child Study Center is recruiting for an energetic, self-motivated and driven child and adolescent Psychiatrist for our Long Island Campus.  This is a part-time position of three days a week, with opportunity for growth into a full-time position with additional days at our Manhattan Office.

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Psychologist

The Psychologist will provide on-site mental health services at the NYC Administration for Children’s Services Nicholas Scoppetta Children’s Center, the reception center for children and adolescent entering foster care in New York City. The Psychologist will be responsible for psychological assessment/evaluation, short-term supportive treatment, and multidisciplinary treatment and intervention planning.

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Psychologist

The Psychologist will provide on-site mental health services at NYC Juvenile Detention facilities. The psychologist will be responsible for psychological assessment/evaluation, short-term supportive treatment, and multidisciplinary treatment and intervention planning.

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Social Worker, Autism Spectrum Disorder Programs

The Child Study Center (CSC) is recruiting a social worker to work within the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Clinical and Research Programs. The ASD Clinical and Research Programs are composed of two equally important and inter-related elements: Clinical services for children, adolescents, and adults with ASD, and a state-of-the-art research program on ASD. In this position, the individual will work with families to support their needs in receiving care, identifying and coordinating internal and external resources, as a liaison between the clinical and research programs within the CSC, directing the families between the two services and providing support and expertise. Assist families with transition between schools, schools and work, providing assistance and resources that support developmentally-appropriate.

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PROFESSIONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS:

Education Program Coordinator

Serves as primary administrative coordinator for the Education team and provides administrative support to the Vice Chair for Education and the Director of Education Administration. Reports to the Director of Education Administration.

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Administrative Manager

The Administrative Manager will report directly to the Director of Clinical Administration (DCA). The main responsibility of this position includes direct supervision of front desk, office support at One Park ave, and support staff at our New Jersey and Long Island sites. The Administrative Manager is also responsible for overseeing efficient day to day operations. The hours for this position are 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.

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Staff Associate - Long Island Clinical Site

The Staff Associate provides administrative assistance with front desk duties and provides support for several clinicians as a liaison between those clinicians and their patients/patient families. The hours of this position are 12:00pm to 8:00pm, Monday through Thursday, and 9:00am to 5:00 pm, Friday, at the Child Study Center’s Lake Success location.

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Receptionist

The Receptionist is responsible for efficiently handling front desk duties such as greeting patients, answering phones, reserving office space, and general office administrative tasks. An ideal candidate will have excellent customer service skills, will think proactively, and is highly organized. The Receptionist reports to the Child Study Center Office Manager. The hours for this position are 9AM-5PM, Monday through Friday.

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Counselor

The Child Study Center is looking to recruit recreational and educational counselors for the NYU Summer Program for Kids (SPK), an all-day, evidence-based, therapeutic program, devoted exclusively to 7-11 year old children with ADHD. 

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Staff Associate - Manhattan Clinical Site

The Institute for Learning and Academic Achievement and the Early Childhood Clinical Service are seeking an individual to oversee all administrative support for multiple neuropsychologists and clinicians, and to serve as a liaison between clinicians and their patients/patient families.  The hours for this position are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

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Project Coordinator

The Child Study Center is seeking a coordinator to assist with the development and dissemination of Trauma Systems Therapy (TST).  TST is a systems oriented approach to training organizations that provide care to traumatized youth and families.

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Financial Analyst

The Child Study Center is looking for a Financial Analyst to assist in providing oversight for all their financial aspects. Assist with monthly financial updates and financial analyses related to financial /business plan development for program expansions.

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Sr. Data Analyst

The Child Study Center is looking for a Senior Data Analyst in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  The individual will work as part of a team within an NIMH-funded Advanced Center for State Research to Scale up Evidence-Based Practices for Children.

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Project Assistant

The Child Study Center is looking for an energetic, self-motivated, and reliable Project Assistant for our New York office.  This position is part-time and the ideal candidate must be able to enter data using different data-related programs (including: SPSS and Excel).

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New York University Langone Medical Center is an equal employment/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital/or parental status, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, veterans status, or any other classification protected by applicable Federal, State, or Municipal Law.