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PSYCHOLOGIST - IDAHO FALLS AREA

Description (102022)
Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is seeking forward-thinking professionals interested in a career as a Psychologist! Responsibilities Include: Provide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services to INL managers, employees, and their direct family members to enhance workplace effectiveness and productivity by providing preventative, secondary, and tertiary interventions in areas concerning organizational and personal well being. Provide Human Reliability and Protective Force interviews and evaluations consistent with the requirements contained in 10 CFR 712 and 1046. Preparing and giving educational and required training presentations. Make clinical decisions/recommendations regarding treatment and follow-up recommendations concerning employee mental/emotional health and/or chemical dependency issues. Serve as a management resource regarding employee and organizational concerns. Provide input to the annual performance assessment. Minimum Requirements: Level 3: PhD with State Licensure and 2 years of related experience. Level 4: PhD with State Licensure and 4 years of related experience. U.S. citizen and able to acquire and maintain an active Department of Energy (DOE) "L" clearance. Current or eligibility for Idaho State Licensure in psychology Preferred Requirements: Knowledge of Human Reliability Program needs as related to the Employee Assistance Program. Experience in Substance abuse counseling/dependence issues.

Contact
Jessica Moody at 208.419.2715.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST ($10,000 sign on Bonus) - WASHINGTON STATE

Description (093022)
We are currently seeking a Psychologist to join our Everett team, specifically to provide onsite evaluations for referred patients, counseling and psychotherapy, group facilitation, class instruction, treatment planning, Treatment Team consultation, records maintenance, research, and to participate as an active member in our multi-disciplinary team.

Please apply here: https://www.pacificrehabilitation.com/careers/  

Contact
Chelsea Guzman or at 425.777.4027.

NTT ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE/FULL CLINICAL PROFESSOR - MISSOURI

Description (091622)
The School of Health Professions/MU Thompson Center at the University of Missouri, seeks applicants for an NTT Clinical Professor. Qualified candidates will have a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, or equivalent. Applications are to be submitted online at https://hr.missouri.edu/job-openings (search for Job Opening 41734).

Applicants should include a letter of interest and curriculum vitae in the attachments area of the application. Additionally, three letters of reference should be emailed to: brookscm@health.missouri.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Contact
For additional information, interested applicants are welcome to contact Dr. Connie Brooks, Ph.D. or at 573.884.5562.

PSYCHOLOGIST - FORENSIC EVALUATOR - WASHINGTON STATE

Description (083122)
Washington state Department of Social and Health Services is seeking psychologists to join our team as Forensic Evaluators. We have openings in Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver, and Everett, Washington. You’ll conduct forensic psychological evaluations, write reports, and provide expert testimony for the court. You’ll serve as a primary point of contact with various stakeholders in the legal community, the greater behavioral health treatment community, as well as other public/private sector entities that hold interest in our evaluations.

Primary Priorities:

  • Conducting forensic competency to stand trial and mental health state at the time of the offense evaluations for the courts of Washington State
    Interviewing pretrial defendants in custody and in the community, as well as collaterals in-person and/or by telehealth
    Collecting data such as treatment, education, criminal and social histories while objectively synthesizing and weighing relevant historical information available
    Performing relative case-specific psychological, medical, and legal research
    Administering, scoring, interpreting, and reporting the results of psychological testing
    Analyzing relevant data and facts to formulate opinions to questions posed in a court order
    Submitting forensic evaluations to the court
    Preparing for and providing expert witness testimony regarding forensic evaluations or as requested or subpoenaed by the courts

Who should apply?

  • Professionals with a doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited school or department of Psychology
    An active license to practice as a psychologist in the State of Washington or ability to obtain.
    Successful completion of a doctoral internship accredited by the American Psychological Association

What we are looking for:

  • Forensic fellowship training, one year as a forensic evaluator, or ABPP certifications is preferred.
    Knowledge of forensic health assessments
    Experience and demonstrated competency with assessing or screening patients for admission into a psychiatric hospital or other residential behavioral health settings
    Forensic fellowship training or experience as a forensic evaluator and expert witness

Please send an up-to-date resume or CV and a letter of interest that specifically addresses items mentioned in this announcement to Anthony Distefano

Contact
Anthony Distefano 
or at 360.725.5825.

SEEKING LICENSED PSYCHOLOGISTS & COUNSELORS - POCATELLO

Description (071522)

Psychological Assessment Specialists, PLLC is seeking psychologists and counselors to join our clinical team. Psychologist duties could include neuropsychological/psychological testing and evidence based counseling. Counselor duties include providing individual and family therapy. All service provided in an outpatient clinical setting. Psychometrician and transcriptionist support available for neuropsychological/psychological testing. Excellent clinical support and collaboration with other clinical professionals. Providers needed to work with both children and adults, depending on experience. Flexible scheduling suited to your needs. Well established practice with ability to develop a practice in your area of expertise. Providers currently have extremely long wait lists and you can expect to be fully booked. License required.

Contact
John Christensen, PhD, at 208.233.0150 or drchristensen@paspocatello.com.

OFFICE LEASE FOR THERAPIST OR PSYCHOLOGIST - BOISE

Description (071522)
Central location near Intermountain Hospital with off-street parking. Office is 12 x 11 with very large south-facing window. We share the cost of operating expenses: Fax line, Wi-fi, heating and cooling, janitorial, etc. There are no support services, we are responsible for those individually. Available beginning 6-15-22.

Contact
David DeLawyer for more information: 208.389.2166 or dddphd87@gmail.com.

MEDICAL CONSULTANT-CONTRACTOR WANTED 

Description (071522)
Idaho Disability Determination Services (IDDS) performs medical adjudication for Social Security Administration Disability claims for the citizens of Idaho. The Boise IDDS is looking for fully licensed Idaho PSychologists and Psychiatrists to work as Medical Consultant Contractors to review SSA disability claims . Hours are flexible and telework is available after training is complete. If interested please contact Mendy Reynolds at mendy.reynolds@ssa.gov or via phone at 208-327-7333- Ext 2329.

Contact
Mendy Reynolds at 208.327.7333 Ext 2329

OPENING FOR A NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST &
PSYCHOMETRIST AT ST. LUKE'S IN BOISE

Description (050722)

Neuropsychologist: Boise, ID
St. Luke’s Health System and the Department of Adult Neuropsychology are currently seeking a neuropsychologist in Boise, Idaho. We are accepting applications for a full-time neuropsychologist to provide typical outpatient evaluations for our consultation service. Primary patient populations include the full spectrum of traumatic brain injuries, stroke, neurodegenerative disorders,  orthopedic injuries, complex medical patients and pre-surgical evaluations for epilepsy, NPH and movement disorders, with the opportunity to provide additional services specific to their area of interest. This role will primarily serve our outpatient program, but there may be opportunities for limited inpatient evaluations. Experience with Worker’s Compensation consultations is desired. We currently have 6 neuropsychologists and three masters-level psychometrists in our department and are recruiting one outpatient neuropsychologist, as well as another psychometrist for our busy and growing department. Services to be provided Mon-Fri with no call responsibility. Candidates with bilingual English/Spanish-speaking skills are highly desired. 

Full job description can be found here:  Neuropsychologist: Boise, ID in Boise, Idaho | Careers at Boise (icims.com)

And the psychometrist position:  https://careers-slhs.icims.com/jobs/51587/psychometrist/job 

Contact
Dr. Leigh Beglinger at 208.385.3003


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