Faculty Psychologist PositionCARES InstituteThe Child Abuse Research Education and Service (CARES) Institute atthe Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford,New Jersey is currently seeking a Licensed PhD, PsyD, or EdD for afull-time faculty position with research, clinical, and supervisoryexperience in the field of childhood trauma. The CARES Instituteconducts cutting-edge research in the field of childhood trauma andthe ideal candidate would have interest in one or more of thefollowing potential research areas: the implementation ofTrauma-focused CBT, treatment processes, dissemination ofevidence-based practices, the treatment of trauma-related childhooddepression, child problematic sexual behaviors, and secondarytraumatic stress. Published research samples, demonstrated skillswriting grants, and/or potential to attract research funding arevery desirable. Clinical responsibilities include conductingassessments of children who have experienced trauma/maltreatmentand providing evidence-based therapy to children and familiesimpacted by child sexual abuse, physical abuse, and other traumas.Additional assessment opportunities may include conducting mentalhealth screenings for children entering foster care andcomprehensive psychological evaluations in cases of unclear sexualabuse allegations. Applicants will also be expected to providesupervision to trainees/staff and participate in diverseprofessional activities in collaboration with a dedicated team ofmultidisciplinary professionals, under the clinical direction ofEsther Deblinger, PhD, co-developer of Trauma-focused CBT.Salary is competitive, secure, and accompanied by a full benefitspackage. Our campus is located approximately 15 miles from centercity Philadelphia, 1 hour from the beach, and 2 hours from New YorkCity. Rowan University is an Affirmative Action/Equal OpportunityEmployer m/f/d/v, and a member of the University Health System ofNew Jersey.Advertised: Jan 21 2020 Eastern Standard TimeApplications close:
Japan-based Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and its partners, Tohoku Electric Power and Namura Shipbuilding, have received an Approval in Principle (AIP) from Lloyd’s Register for the design of an LNG-powered coal carrier.The vessel design ensures sufficient cargo capacity without making the hull larger by installing the LNG fuel tank at the stern. In addition, the study is pursued based on installation of the tank cover with an eye toward preventing an onboard fire from spreading to the LNG fuel tank while streamlining inspection work.The three companies have moved ahead with this project and recently conducted a Hazard Identification Study (HAZID) and finished the basic design.MOL informed that this is Japan’s first joint acquisition by three companies – a shipping company, cargo owner, and shipbuilder – of an AIP for a vessel powered by LNG.“As stricter standards on exhaust emissions from merchant vessels have taken effect around the world, LNG is expected to see wider use as vessel fuel,” Japan’s carrier said.In addition to researching the feasibility of using LNG as fuel, MOL added that it strives to reduce its environmental impact, while providing safe, reliable transport services.The company will forge ahead with the coal carrier, which adopts expertise and technology gained through promotion of the R&D project ISHIN NEXT – MOL Smart Ship Project.Under the concept, MOL will adopt advanced support technologies for safer vessel operation and technologies for reducing environmental impact to newbuilding vessels.
Newstalk ZB 5 September 2013Claims today that schoolgirls as young as 14 in South Auckland are being targeted by pimps offering them money to satisfy clients who like young girls.New Zealand First’s social policy spokeswoman Asenati Lole-Taylor says some of the girls have been hit on while they’re walking to school and they’ve complained to her party.Ms Lole-Taylor says the Government doesn’t want to legislate against street prostitution which she says is failing the community, council and the police.She says South Auckland and Christchurch are the worst hit areas with one councillor in the southern city paying for “no street walker” signs himself for Manchester Street.http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/auckland/news/nbpol/1934857743-claims-schoolgirls-targeted-by-pimps