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Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
700 Gordon Street
Whitby, Ontario (Canada)

Phone: 905-668-5881 x6191
Web: http://www.ontarioshores.ca

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Psychologist, Memory/Mood (370)


Job ID: 55702
Job Views: 654
Location: Whitby, Ontario
Job Category: Psychologist
Employment Type: Full time
Posted: 10-06-2017

Job Description

Position Summary

* The Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences seeks a Neuropsychologist to provide psychological services in the Geriatric and Neuropsychiatry Program.

You will work with an interprofessional team to provide evidence-based diagnostic clarification, assessments and treatment to outpatient and inpatient clients. Position responsibilities also include providing consultation to interprofessional members, supervising students, as well as initiating research projects (which may include quality improvement and program evaluation initiatives).

Qualifications

Required and Preferred

  • The successful candidate will have a Doctoral level Psychology degree, preferably with 3 years clinical and/or research experience, in the field of severe and persistent mental illness.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates who have completed an accredited internship and post-doctoral training programs in Neuropsychology with experience working in diagnostic and/or neuro-rehabilitation setting with dementia, psychiatric, neurological and medical populations.
  • The successful candidate will hold a current and unrestricted license to practice in Ontario with the College of Psychology, authorized to practice in clinical neuropsychology with adults and seniors. (Candidates who are eligible for registration may be interviewed)
  • The successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership skills to work with an interprofessional team, particularly with teams who are in the process of moving towards a best practice foundation.
  • Expertise in developing assessment protocols to clarify diagnosis and contribute to evidence-based clinical management and assessment of patients with a serious mental illness is important.
  • A demonstrated interest and aptitude for academic activities, including teaching graduate students and the ability to conduct independent research relevant to the Seniors Program are definite assets.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work effectively in a dynamic team environment, are essential. 



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