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||PSYCHOMETRICIAN – 2 POSITIONS
||NEURODEVELOPMENTAL ASSESSMENT CENTER
||$ 49,313 - $66,748 ANNUALLY
|General Statement of Duties
||Under the direct clinical supervision of a fully licensed Psychologist and/or Neuropsychologist and the administrative direction of the Program Director or designee, the Psychometrician administers and scores neuropsychological, psychological, developmental and behavioral test batteries. The Psychometrician completes test scoring, the use of normative tables, and the writing of accurate, timely reports and integrated summaries of test results. The majority of work will take place in a clinic based setting, working with children, adolescents, teens and families.
||Masters in Psychology with the Michigan Limited License Psychologist (LLP) credential AND at least one (1) year experience in the examination, evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and/or teens with intellectual or developmental disabilities and/or social-emotional disorders. Will consider a candidate with a Temporary Limited License Psychologist (TLLP) credential. The employee with a TLLP must make application for LLP upon completion of 2000 hours in order to retain employment. All Master’s level psychologist must take and pass the Examination for Professional Practice within three (3) years of hire to retain employment.
Employee must maintain valid State of Michigan Psychology licensure to retain employment.
||Prior experience conducting neuropsychological testing with children, adolescents, and/or teens.
||Must retain Michigan Department of Health and Human Services provider Medicaid services qualifications as a Child Mental Health Professional and a Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional.
Must have a valid driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and the use of a vehicle during work hours.