Affirmative Action No.:: 16P107
Department:: School of Professional Psychology
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: $65,000
To provide coordination of the Ellis Human Development Institute’s General Practice Clinic. To provide psychological services to clients who seek mental health treatment and/or psychological evaluations.
Doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program and Ohio psychologist licensure or immediate eligibility for licensure as a psychologist in the State of Ohio. Broad range of child and adult assessment experience. Familiarity with Evidenced-Based Practices. Some experience with crisis management and supervision of clinical trainees. Excellent interpersonal skills as well as ability to be a team player. Strong writing, organizational and communication skills. Experience with electronic health records and computer skills.
One to two years’ post-licensure experience in the professional practice of clinical psychology. Knowledge of substance abuse issues, learning disability/ADHD /autism assessments. Administrative experience to include supervision of support staff.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Coordinate the activities of the General Practice Clinic, to include the roll out of new clinical initiatives by the faculty and maintenance of an up-to-date assessment library. Assign assessment cases, collaborate with faculty on identification of screening and testing instruments, oversee intake, compile productivity and quality assurance data; provide reports, analyses and surveys for the Executive Director. Coordinate new program initiatives with external agencies and clinic personnel. Work with the Executive Director to ensure compliance with internal and external standards of practice. (50%)
Conduct psychological evaluations for a wide range of presenting problems with written reports and feedback to clients. Conduct diagnostic assessments and provide psychotherapy using evidenced based-practices. Complete all paperwork needed to support the delivery of services. (30%)
Supervise the Graduate Assistant for the clinics. Ensure proficiency of the Graduate Assistant in assessing the test administration proficiency of trainees. (10%)
Participate in departmental meetings, supervisors’ meetings, the new student orientation presentations, faculty meetings as necessary, staff/student selection and interview functions, etc. Facilitate the weekly clinic staff meeting. Serve as back-up to the Executive Director as needed (5%)
Orchestrate, oversee and/or attend community outreach events, Ellis Institute mental health screening events/health fairs, and expand the Speaker’s Bureau resource library. (5%)
Professional mental health office environment at our training/service/research facility, the Ellis Human Development Institute, in Dayton, Ohio. Some evening hours required.
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