Job Summary: We seek a Clinical Psychologist with a minimum 1 year post-doctoral, supervised experience, licensed or license-eligible in Michigan, with 3 or more years of experience working with children with ASD and related disorders. Academic rank will be determined based upon qualifications and experience. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with the existing members of the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development including the team's Developmental Behavioral/Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Pediatrician currently being recruited and to help grow and build the expanding program in pediatric autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders. The Department of Pediatrics and Human Development is committed to expanding Developmental Pediatrics and in enhancing the program. Major responsibilities include patient care: conducting multi-disciplinary assessment, interventions, including individual treatment (experience with behavioral interventions and/or ABA desirable) and social skills groups, consultation to families, and teaching of residents, medical students and potentially fellows with opportunities in research possible. Duties will be devoted to a combination of clinical activities including multi-disciplinary assessments, interventions and development of clinical programs. Requirements of this position also include scholarly work; teaching and supervision of students in clinical settings as well as special assignments made by the Chair of the College of Human Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and Human Development are also expectations of this position.
Minimum Requirements: Doctoral degree in clinical psychology; Minimum one year post-doctoral level supervised experience; Licensed or license-eligible in Michigan; Experience conducting clinical evaluations with autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders; Training and experience with ADI-R and/or ADOS; Developmental and psychological assessment and evaluations; Experience working with families in clinical or research settings; Interest in working in a clinical research environment
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