The position involves working with clinical neuropsychology adult populations. All work is conducted under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist. This position includes a variety of clinical and administrative activities, such as:
· Maintenance of testing materials.
· Test administration.
· Scoring test protocols.
· Documentation of test behavior.
· Referral and file management.
· Oversee office functions, such as scheduling, monitoring authorizations, and communications with referral sources.
Through assessment (testing) activities, there is substantial interaction with patients with known or suspected brain-behavior dysfunction. This position is approximately .5 - .75 FTE.
· Preference for graduate-level psychology coursework, with some exposure to psychological testing and cognitive assessment (BA to Masters degree in psychology, education, or related field). Prior experience specific to neuropsychological tests is not required.
· Excellent communication and organizational skills are required.
· Strong interpersonal skills are necessary, including the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with patients, referral sources, and co-workers.