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Open Post-Doc Position

The UNLV Ackerman Center is a Multidisciplinary Center for the diagnosis, treatment and case management/navigation for children (infants to young adults) and their families with Autism and other Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 

  • Diagnostic Teams: Developmental Pediatrics, Genetics, Neurology, Neuropsychology, Speech/Language, and Behavioral specialties for individual and multidisciplinary evaluations. We have specialty diagnostic clinics for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Complex Autism and Neurodevelopmental Conditions, and Genetics.
  • Treatment Teams include: The Early Start Denver Model for Young children with Autism (birth to 4 years), individual Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services from 4 to 18 years of age, social skills programs in the center, social skills groups in the community, and Teen Works program for vocational training.
  • Case Management/Navigation: Case Management services for families needing all levels of support services in the community. We also provide Parent Education and Training programs for our families and for the community.
  • Foundation/UNLV Medicine Partnership: There are also opportunities to participate in community outreach and awareness, fundraising activities, and community events.

Post-Doctoral Training will primarily include: intake, neuropsychological testing and report writing for individuals referred to our center for evaluation.  Post-doctoral student will also participate in multidisciplinary diagnostic teams, parent education/training, and case management.  Additional experiences in treatment teams and/or diagnostic teams will be determined based on the Post-Doctoral Student’s training needs.  Supervision and training will include individual, small group and diagnostic teams (and will involve live and video supervision).

 

This is a full-time, grant-funded position with competitive compensation including benefits.  It is a 12-month appointment and begins July 1, 2017.  Julie Foutz Beasley, Ph.D., is the Clinical Director of the center and will serve as the clinical supervisor for the Post-Doctoral Position.  Please contact Dr. Beasley via email to arrange for an interview and for a tour of our center and facilities (julie.beasley@unlv.edu).

Faria Miah Click to Email (702) 910-3402

Pediatric Psychologist/Neuropsychologist (Private Practice)

Gale & Associates Center for Assessment and Psychotherapy is seeking a full time or part-time licensed or license eligible psychologist and also a post-doctoral psychology resident to fill open positions for pediatric psychological and neuropsychological assessment.

The interested licensed or license-eligible candidate should have successfully completed internship and post-doctoral training in child psychological and neuropsychological assessment, and have experience working with children with complex trauma.

Each position includes comprehensive evaluations of children and youth, with developmental or acquired brain injury, exposure to complex trauma and attachment disruption, intrauterine drug/alcohol exposure, learning disabilities and ADHD and disorders on the autism spectrum.

These positions are offered across private practice settings in Sandy and Park City Utah.  Supervision toward licensure is offered to advanced license-eligible candidates. Hours are extremely flexible, as most work can be done from home. Compensation is competitive.

Please send your letter of intent and CV to Jennifer Gale Psy.D.

jen@summitprogroup.com or call with specific questions about the position. For more information about who we are and what we do see: galeandassociates.net

Jennifer Gale Click to Email (435) 645-9240

Psychologist Needed

Position Purpose:
Under the direction of the Program Manager and leadership of the Director of Behavioral Health Services, the Psychologist provides clinical services to persons who have personal or interpersonal behavioral health and/or addiction problems. The incumbent in this position provides optimal patient care utilizing knowledge and skills within the context of the therapeutic process. This person is responsible for delivering problem focused, recovery oriented services to individuals, couples, families, and groups, and for meeting regulatory guidelines/standards.

 

Nature and Scope:
The incumbent in this position must function within the team using high-level clinical and interpersonal skills. This position requires the use of sound assessment skills, combined with appropriate clinical judgment and must be capable of efficiently managing a case load, including planning, setting priorities and budgeting time to ensure smooth processes and completion of work in a timely manner.

 

The position requires assumption of responsibilities for documenting all significant patient contact in accordance with regulatory guideline/standards. The Psychologist coordinates care between professionals as needed. This person must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to initiate contact with internal and external resources on behalf of the client. This person must be able to perform in-service training and speak effectively to groups of patients, community organization members, at places of business and at workshops. The incumbent is accountable for the assessment, planning, implementing and ongoing evaluation of the patient population served.

 

This position is required to adhere to the Renown Health Scope of Practice for credentialing.

 

This position provides patient care.

The foregoing description is not intended and should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills and efforts or work conditions associated with the job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the general nature and level of the job.
Minimum Qualifications: Requirements – Required and/or Preferred
Education: Must have working-level knowledge of the English language, including reading, writing and speaking English.
Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a clinical setting required.
License(s): Ability to obtain and maintain a State of Nevada Psychologist license.
Certification(s): None.
Computer / Typing: Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Word and have the ability to use the computer to complete online learning requirements for job-specific competencies, access online forms and policies, complete online benefits enrollment, etc.
Erin Dodd Click to Email (775) 982-6059