Kennedy Krieger Institute

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SENIOR CLINICAL DIRECTOR)

US-MD-Baltimore
Department
Center for Autism and Related Disorders
ID
27200
3901 Greenspring Avenue
# of Hours
40

Overview

The Assistant Professor (Senior Clinical Director) will supervise and has responsibility for program development and clinical services delivered by faculty and non-faculty clinicians at CARD under the guidance of the Director of CARD. The incumbent will collaborate to develop and implement clinical and training budgets. This person is responsible for developing, with clinical discipline supervisors, evidence-based fidelity of implementation systems that generate adherence and quality of implementation metrics for clinical care and training. The incumbent will establish clinical research protocols and collaborate with the informatics team to generate the associated informatics and analytic systems for these protocols. This person is responsible for the oversight of all CARD satellite supervisors. This person is responsible for, with the Director, establishing and monitoring metrics that ensure effective functioning of the Director of Clinical Operations. The incumbent will collaborate with the Director to establish and monitor an Institute-wide autism assessment quality assurance programs. This person is responsible for developing and supervising clinical training programs within CARD and provides direct clinical and consultation services within CARD as requested.

Qualifications

EDUCATION:

PhD in psychology, speech language pathology, or related field required.

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Must have at least five years of post-doctoral clinical experience in providing direct clinical services to children, adolescents, young adults and families, preferably those with developmental disabilities or chronic health conditions or disorders of the brain.
  • Must have two years of teaching/supervisory experience of trainees/students at the doctorial level or staff supervision.
  • Must have a minimum of five years of experience working with autism spectrum disorders.

 

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