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Requisition Number 8040
The A.J. Drexel Autism Institute is seeking a licensed clinical psychologist to support ongoing autism research evaluations. This position is supported fully or partially by external funds; therefore, the continuation of this position is contingent on receipt of those external funds. Qualifications The successful applicant will be a Pennsylvania state licensed psychologist. Applicants who are Certified School Psychologists, with a PhD in School Psychology, and who possess behavior analytic training or experience are preferred. Experience administering Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Second Edition (ADOS-2) required.
Assistant Project Director, Transition Pathways
Requisition Number 8041
The Assistant Project Director will work closely with the Project Director to plan, launch and manage multiple programs to help neurodiverse youth transition successfully to young adulthood. Transition Pathways, a project of Life Course Outcomes research program at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, is an "innovation incubator" intended to implement a broad range of replicable approaches for helping neurodiverse youth transition successfully to adulthood.
The Assistant Project Director will report to the Project Director and coordinate internally with Drexel stakeholders, build collaborative relationships with community partners, and train and oversee student workers and interns. Essential qualifications include proven abilities in project management, building and sustaining collaborative relationships, communications, event planning, and prior experience with or eagerness to learn about autism and neurodiversity.
Requisition Number 8042
The Program Coordinator will oversee the Drexel Academic and Career Certificate (DACC) program, an initiative of Transition Pathways at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute. The certificate program is an innovative postsecondary experience for young people on the autism spectrum, many of whom may also have an Intellectual Disability, in an inclusive campus setting focused on academic, social and career development.