The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university's missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service. This position supports the clinical, educational, and/or research goals of the Institute on Development and Disability, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center to improve the lives of children and adults with child onset disabilities. The individual in this position provides psychological evaluation, assessment and treatment services and participates in the clinical instruction/supervision for psychology students and interns. This position reports to the Assistant Director for Clinical Programs, Eugene IDD/CDRC
The Pediatric Psychologist:
Conducts psychological evaluations and assessments including clinical interviews, behavioral assessments, and administers standard psychological tests.
Provides short term, solution focused psychological treatment services to foster adjustment and adaptive coping with disability, special health needs, chronic illness, and behavioral/psychological difficulties.
Supervises psychology students and interns in clinical training at the Eugene CDRC office.
Participates in CDRC interdisciplinary diagnostic team assessments and treatment planning.
Coordinates clinical services with community providers as needed.
Provides guest lectures to University of Oregon courses and formal presentations to community groups as time permits.
Assists the Eugene CDRC Clinical Director in monitoring clinical productivity and revenue reports for clinical activities undertaken.
Demonstrates Core Competencies expected of all OHSU employees in the areas of Accountability, Integrity, Diversity, Respect, Service Orientation, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Communication.
Complies with OHSU policies related to Code of conduct, Respect in the workplace, and all applicable policies, procedures and agreements related to position, department or OHSU as a whole.
Duration of this appointment and indicated salary may be changed or eliminated if gift, grant, or contract funds supporting this position become unavailable. This position requires undivided effort at the specified FTE level.
PhD, Graduate from an APA approved Psychology Program
Experience with infant, child, adolescent, and family assessment
Diagnostic experience with conditions affecting learning and behavior
Experience with children presenting diagnostic questions of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning and intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, trauma and learning problems
Knowledge/familiarity with special education eligibility procedures and criteria
Licensed or eligible for Psychology licensure in Oregon
Current Oregon Driver's License, ability to travel to Portland, OR when needed
Able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
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How To Apply
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