< SPSP Main Site

Portland SPSP 2019 logo

Home > Programming > Career Networking Opportunities

Meet, Greet, Network & Interview at #SPSP2019

Meet, greet, and network! SPSP's Annual Convention will have over 3,000 attendees this February in Portland, Oregon. This is a great opportunity to interview or have informational conversations about current and future positions. SPSP's Career Networking site in our convention's mobile app and website helps make these connections.

Career Networking Submit button

Current Openings
Potential Future Openings

Current Openings

Organization: College Transition Collaborative

Websitehttp://collegetransitioncollaborative.org/

Contact: Alison Blodorn, Director of Research, ablodorn@stanford.edu

Position: Senior Research Manager

Start date: Monday,  February 18, 2019

Description: The CTC is seeking a Senior Research Manager (remote) who will lead the management of our research projects, contributing to their successful development and execution. The ideal candidate is someone who is passionate about advancing educational equity, excited about bridging the gap between research and practice and energized by the prospect of joining a dynamic, early-stage organization. Please review the job description at https://goo.gl/4jft2f for more information + application instructions.

Organization: Humu

Websitehttps://humu.com

Location: Mountain View, California

Contact: Stefanie Tigor, People Scientist, stefanie@humu.com

Position: People Scientist

Description: Humu is building experiences—backed by science—to drive positive change in the way people and organizations work. We are a behavioral change start-up founded by Laszlo Bock, Wayne Crosby, and Dr. Jessie Wisdom. We're a fun group with diverse backgrounds and expertise in the People and Product space.

If you're interested in a role on our People Science Team, please email Stefanie Tignor ( stefanie@humu.com ) or Molly Sands ( molly@humu.com ), who will both be at the SPSP 2019 conference.

Organization: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Behavioral Research Program

Websitehttps://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brp/

Location: Rockville, Maryland

Contact: William Klein, Associate Director, stefanie@humu.com

Position: Behavioral Research Program//Postdoctoral Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship

Description: Work on scientific projects including a study of cancer risk and prevention behaviors among romantic, co-habitating dyads. One-year, full-time fellowship; health insurance included. Required: Ph.D. or equivalent in psychology, behavioral science, public health, methodology, or related field; cover letter; resume/CV; 2 reference letters; proof of U.S. citizenship; and doctoral degree, official transcripts, and/or proof of good academic standing. Full details: cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brpcareer

Organization: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Behavioral Research Program

Websitehttps://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brp/

Location: Rockville, Maryland

Contact: William Klein, Associate Director, william.klein2@nih.gov

Position: Health Behaviors Research Branch//Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship

Description: Research cancer-related behaviors (tobacco use, diet, nutrition, sleep, alcohol, etc.) and influences at multiple levels (genetics, affect, family, environment, policy, etc.). 1-year, full-time fellowship; health insurance included. Required: Master’s, Ph.D., or equivalent degree; cover letter; resume/CV; 2 reference letters; at least 1 peer-reviewed publication; proof of U.S. citizenship; and official transcripts and/or proof of academic standing. Full details: cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brpcareer

Organization: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Behavioral Research Program

Websitehttps://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brp/

Location: Rockville, Maryland

Contact: William Klein, Associate Director, william.klein2@nih.gov

Position: Health Policy and Quantitative Methods//Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship

Description: Conduct behavioral research related to health policy, especially laws for physical education and nutrition in U.S. schools. 1-year, full-time fellowship; health insurance included. Required: Ph.D. or equivalent (master’s with advanced quantitative methods training may be considered); cover letter; resume/CV; 2 reference letters; at least 1 peer-reviewed publication; proof of U.S. citizenship; and official transcripts and/or proof of academic standing. Full details: cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brpcareer

 

Potential Future Openings

Organization: Skidmore College Psychology Department

Saratoga Springs, NY, USA

Websitehttps://www.skidmore.edu/psychology/

Contact: Corinne Moss-Racusin, Assistant Professor, cmossrac@skidmore.edu

Description: I’m happy to chat about the experience of conducting research in a liberal arts setting, how to be competitive for SLAC positions, and potential future openings at Skidmore.

Organization: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Behavioral Research Program

Websitehttps://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brp/

Location: Rockville, Maryland

Contact: William Klein, Associate Director, william.klein2@nih.gov

Position: Health Communication//Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship

Description: Work on communication projects – newsletters, website, social media, presentations, etc. – to support cancer prevention and control research. 1-year, full-time fellowship; health insurance included. Required: Master’s or equivalent and 2+ years of work in related field; cover letter; resume/CV; 2 reference letters; writing sample; proof of U.S. citizenship/permanent resident status; and official transcripts and/or proof of good academic standing. Full details: cancercontrol.cancer.gov/brpcareer

 

More Professional Opportunities at #SPSP2019:

2019 Annual Convention
February 7 - 9, 2019
Oregon Convention Center
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97232, USA