Intern Coordinator of Psychological Services I - Bilingual (English/Spanish) $3,000 hiring incentive and up to $3,000 Bilingual incentives
This exciting new employment opportunity is for Pre/Post-Doctoral Psychology associates who are working toward Clinical Psychology licensure and have long term goals to remain in the field of neurodevelopmental services. We are seeking dynamic and energetic individuals who have experience in diagnostic testing (e.g., Autism, ADHD, processing disorders, etc) and are interested in training and supervising Pre-Doctoral practicum students in providing comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and therapy services for children and adolescents.
Works within the agency and program’s vision, mission and philosophy, and policies in partnership with the Program Manager of Psychological Services. Responsible for clinical and administrative supervision of pre-doctoral trainees and/or unlicensed clinicians/paraprofessionals to meet performance goals and ensure consistency in service provision expectations (e.g., documentation, supervision, program policies & procedures, etc), programming (effective treatment, treatment fidelity), and outcomes across all services. Under direct supervision from a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Program Manager, completes diagnostic evaluations, coaches and supervises direct reports and pre-doctoral trainees, and leads the clinical team in the training and implementation of behavioral, psychological, and developmentally appropriate treatments for individuals with neurodevelopmental and behavioral health challenges
• Doctoral Degree completed in Psychology that leads to licensure as a Clinical Psychologist (i.e., Post-Doctoral Intern, Registered Psychologist); and 1 year experience completing counseling and comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and/or adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities (i.e., Autism, ADHD, Learning disabilities, and language/social/adaptive/developmental/behavioral assessment); OR
• Completing Pre-Doctoral internship and enrolled in Doctoral Program in Psychology that leads to licensure as a Clinical Psychologist (i.e., currently completing pre-doctoral internship, Resitered Psychological Assistant, Registered Psychologist); and 2 years experience completing counseling and comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities (i.e., Autism, ADHD, Learning disabilities, and language/social/adaptive/developmental/behavioral assessment).
• Experience administrating, scoring, interpreting and report writing of standardized cognitive and neuropsychological assessment tools (Wechsler/Stanford Binet/MSEL, ADOS-2, Vineland, social/adaptive/behavior assessments).
• Bilingual in Spanish/English required.
• Meets Board of Psychology requirements for Registered Psychologist or Psychological Assistant.
Other Specific Requirements
• Must pass Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and Child Abuse Index Check (CAIC) background clearance, if applicable.
• Valid California Driver's license with two years’ experience driving and clean driving record will be required.