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    CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST (PEDIATRIC/ADOLESCENT)

    Storrie, Velikonja and Associates provides psychological and neuropsychological assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation services that are client-centred, evidence-based, and outcome-oriented in our full-service practice and three multidisciplinary specialty clinics located in Burlington.

    Our growing practice requires a Clinical Neuropsychologist with specialization in Pediatrics.

    The Neuropsychologist will be responsible for:

    • Clinical interviewing
    • Neuropsychological assessment
    • Diagnosis and treatment recommendations in a comprehensive assessment report format
    • Treatment and/or rehabilitation
    • Documentation (i.e., clinical record)
    • Monitoring treatment efficacy and the provision of timely updates
    • Maintenance of accurate caseload statistics
    • Participation in quality management and practice evaluation activities.

    SVA offers:

    • Extended health benefits
    • Fully staffed administrative time, including full-time reception, intake coordinators, and billing/accounting clerks, as well as psychometrists and file reviewers
    • Ongoing professional development opportunities, including staff educational sessions and journal clubs
    • Opportunity for multidisciplinary work and consultation with community rehabilitation and health care providers
    • Opportunity to work in a large yet highly collegial and collaborative private practice setting with numerous clinicians of various backgrounds and expertise, allowing for informative consultation whenever needed
    • Access to the newest technologies, including electronic test protocols, online scheduling, and electronic charting programs that reduce administrative demands
    • Competitive hourly wages for both assessment and treatment services
    • Opportunity to assess and treat clients from varied populations and referral sources, including but not limited to WSIB, MVA insurance, extended health benefits, Best Doctors (a telehealth-based mental health services), telepsychological services for rural clients, and self-pay patients with various diagnoses and presenting problems.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Ph.D. or M.A. in Psychology from an accredited university
    • Current certificate of registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario, or under/eligible for supervised practice
    • Experience in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of children and/or adolescence in accordance with current evidence-based best practices
    • Demonstrated adherence to professional practice standards
    • Commitment to continuing education
    • Excellent organization and time management skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to work both independently and as a team player
    • Demonstrated satisfactory work performance

    If you would like further information and/or want to submit your curriculum vitae by email, please contact Ms. Terri MacAleese at [email protected].

    PSYCHOMETRIST

    We are currently looking for someone to join our dynamic team as a part-time psychometrist, conducting psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments. We offer a collegial work environment with competitive compensation, opportunities for professional development, and access to the most contemporaneous testing materials, including Pearson’s Q-Interactive and other tablet-based administration.

    The Psychometrist will be responsible for:

    • Administration and scoring of psychoeducational and/or neuropsychological test measures
    • Documentation of testing procedures and observations (i.e., preparation of behavioural test observations)

    SVA offers:

    • Extended health benefits
    • Fully staffed administrative time, including full-time reception, intake coordinators, and billing/accounting clerks
    • Ongoing professional development opportunities, including staff educational sessions and journal club
    • Opportunity to work in a large yet highly collegial and collaborative private practice setting 
    • Access to the newest technologies, including electronic test protocols, online scheduling, and electronic charting programs that reduce administrative demands
    • Highly competitive wages, including late cancellation reimbursement

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Masters or Bachelor degree in Psychology or related field (Masters preferred)
    • Experience in psychoeducational and neuropsychological test administration and scoring (pediatric and geriatric experience considered an asset)
    • Experience with, or willingness to work with, various tablet-based standardized test materials such as Q-Interactive
    • Ability to work in both process and battery approaches to assessment
    • Ability to work with patients who are cognitively and behaviourally compromised
    • Excellent computer skills and database management skills
    • Excellent attention to detail and initiative
    • Ability to work with a variety of clinicians and adjust assessment batteries accordingly
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to prioritize and problem solve effectively
    • Commitment to ongoing learning and skill development

    If you would like further information and/or want to submit your curriculum vitae by email, please contact Ms. Terri MacAleese at [email protected].