Director, Psychology Workforce Analysis, Center for Workforce Studies
Requisition Number 1266
Center for Workforce Studies
Doctoral-level (or equivalent) training in psychology or another closely related research field is required.
Experience with conducting professional workforce analysis, including collection, analysis, synthesis, and reporting of workforce data.
Expertise in statistics, forecasting methods and survey design.
In depth knowledge of the workforce of the entire discipline and profession of psychology, including (but not limited to) its scientific and educational communities, health-care practitioners, and psychologists working in the public interest.
Experience in analysis and understanding of workforce diversity.
Senior level management skills including strategic planning, fiscal, administrative, and personnel management.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.
Proficiency in statistical software, survey software and platforms.
Provide leadership and oversight for the development of activities in the Center for Workforce Studies. Direct data collection activities, analysis, synthesis, and reporting of psychology workforce demographics, trends, and forecasts.
Represent APA in policy and program development venues (meetings, conferences, workshops, etc.), to professional organizations consistent with APA activities and policies, to government agencies and to other groups as appropriate. Prepare presentations, comments and reports.
Supervise a professional and administrative support staff. In coordination with the ED and other AEDs of the Science Directorate, covers administrative tasks and budget preparation for the Science Directorate.
Collaborate with all of the Executive Directors to develop new programs and initiatives consistent with activities in the purview of this position, and in the context of service to the association.
Supervise methodological and technical assistance provided to other staffing units and governance groups regarding the conduct of special surveys.
Serve as the central point of contact in responding to inquiries concerning psychology workforce analysis from central office staff, governance groups, members, the public, and researchers in public and private sectors.
Qualified candidates should send resumes indicating requisition number, cover letter and salary requirements to: American Psychological Association, Human Resources, 750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, or via email to Human Resources or Fax to (202) 336-5501.
The American Psychological Association is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/V/DV.