Rush Neurobehavioral Center is a section of Rush University Medical Center’s Department of Behavioral Sciences. We empower children, teens, and young adults with social, emotional, and learning challenges to build on their strengths and thrive in life and relationships. We live our mission through exceptional service, clinical and educational innovation, and ground-breaking research.
Rush offers a very attractive benefits package and competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
Interested applicants should respond with current CVs and statements of interest to:
William J Krech, III
Rush University Medical Center
1725 W. Harrison St., Ste. 964
Chicago, Illinois 60612
Child Clinical Psychologist
The Department of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center is seeking a Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist at the Rush NeuroBehavioral Center located in Skokie, IL. RNBC provides a unique, multi-disciplinary setting in which the candidate will serve alongside other clinicians, researchers, and an Educational Service Team.
The mission of RNBC is to help children master social, emotional, and academic challenges. The Clinical Psychologist will play a key role in achieving that mission by providing exceptional patient care, with a primary focus on conducting comprehensive neuropsychological/psychological assessments. There are also opportunities to provide individual, family, and group therapy, and parent support and consultation. There are opportunities to develop and implement new clinical programs and services and to collaborate with RNBC’s research team.
Strong applicants have well-developed neuropsychological and/or psychoeducational assessment skills and experience with children and adolescents. Individual, group and/or family therapy experience a plus. The ideal candidate will have experience in a clinical setting treating children with social, emotional, and learning challenges. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical or school psychology from an APA-accredited program. Candidates must be licensed or license-eligible in the State of Illinois.
The position will consist primarily of clinical work at RNBC. This is an excellent opportunity for a clinician who shares our strengths-based approach and our ambition to make a mark in the field.
The Department of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center is seeking a full-time Senior Faculty Physician for our NeuroBehavioral Center, located in Skokie, IL. The RNBC team provides outstanding care and conducts ground-breaking research in a multi-disciplinary setting. Our focus is on improving the lives of children and young adults with complex social, emotional, and academic challenges.
The Center has received federal, foundation and private support for research to develop new methods to help children with social, emotional, and academic challenges. Our goal is to be a nationally-recognized hub of clinical innovation. The Senior Faculty Physician will play a key role, in partnership with other clinical faculty and staff, in providing care to our patients and in the development of clinical programs that support our mission.
Applicants should have a demonstrated commitment to exceptional patient care. Candidates should be a MD/DO physician trained in Pediatric Neurology, Behavioral Pediatrics, Pediatric Psychiatry, or a similar specialty. The ideal candidate will have three to five years of experience in a clinical setting, preferably in a multidisciplinary and collaborative setting.
This position will consist primarily of clinical work at RNBC with teaching opportunities available on Rush University Medical Center’s main campus in Chicago. This is an excellent opportunity for a physician who shares our ambition to make a mark in the field and in so doing, help millions of children.