As a Psychologist I, you will work with or within teams to provide a range of standard level psychology services to patients and their families within the established standards, directives, and policies for the work environment. Your services may include: psychological screening and/or assessment, diagnosis, interventions, rehabilitation, prevention and promotion, as well as education activities. You will collaborate with the multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals in planning and implementing services that align with best practice and ethical and professional standards. You will provide input to the interprofessional team related to psychological factors, barriers and dynamics that influence client treatment planning, participation, outcomes and team functioning, and consults/collaborates with teams and community services. Your duties may also include providing supervision to psychometrists, provisional psychologists and/or masters level psychology students, and providing input into program, policy and/or procedure development in addition to participating in formal research initiatives.
Classification: Psychologist I
Union: HSAA Facility PROF/TECH
Department: GR-Autism Research Center-EDM
Primary Location: Glenrose Rehabilitation Hsp
Multi-Site: Not Applicable
Posting End Date: 24-DEC-2018
Temporary Employee Class: Temp P/T Benefits
Date Available: 14-JAN-2019
Temporary End Date: 14-JAN-2020
Hours per Shift: 7.75
Length of Shift in weeks: 2
Shifts per cycle: 6
Shift Pattern: Days
Days Off: Saturday/Sunday
Minimum Salary: $41.58
Maximum Salary: $55.25
Vehicle Requirement: N/A
Completion of master's degree in Psychology in an applied area relevant to the practice setting from an accredited university program. Active or eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP).
Additional Required Qualifications:
Registered or provisionally registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) – Masters’ Degree in psychology from a recognized university training program required. Specialized knowledge in the area of ASD, and knowledge and experience assessing infants, toddlers and school-aged children is required. Strong abilities both in working as part of a larger disciplinary team, as well as the ability to work and consult independently are essential.
Minimum three (3) years’ experience and expertise in early intervention and assessment of children who have ASD. Successful applicant will have demonstrated experience in psychometric assessment with children, particularly those presenting with ASD, and have knowledge and experience with the ADOS and ADI instruments. Background and experience in research strongly preferred.