PsychometristJob ID 104338 Date posted 02/15/2017
Schedule: Part time nonexempt - PH
Hours: Days / 16 Hours A Week
Duties include the following: administer and score psychological and neuropsychological tests; conduct structured interviews as requested; assess limitations in validity-reliability of test-interview findings; interpret test-interview findings as requested; consult with clinicians regarding individual patients as requested;consult with outside agencies regarding individual patients as requested; coordinate service testing schedule; organize, maintain, and order tests-test supplies; code and enter clinical data in database; maintain clinical data base; prepare periodic reports summarizing specific clinical data as requested; assist in the training of psychology-neuropsychology trainees, interns, and fellows; carry out other work-related activities as requested.All above duties will be performed under the supervision of a staff neuropsychologist.
A bachelor's degree in psychology or related science required.A master degree in clinical/counseling/school psychology preferred.A master degree in experimental psychology will be considered.Minimum of one (1) year of experience administering and scoring psychological tests/measures is required. One (1) year of experience administering and scoring neuropsychological tests is preferred.Equivalent combinations of education and testing experience will be considered.One (1) year of job-related experience working with children/adolescents is required.Basic computer skills are required; data entry skills are preferred.Strong ability to learn testing techniques is required.Strong interpersonal and oral/written communication skills are required.Strong planning/organizational and self-monitoring skills are required.Adequate vision, hearing, dexterity, and physical endurance to perform the above-noted position duties appropriately are required.Adequate emotional integrity to perform the above-noted position duties appropriately is required.