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The Psychology Associate I will assist with administering and scoring psychological and neuropsychological tests for both clinical and research services; help with the oversight of departmental inventory and purchasing of test materials and books; and support other triage and preauthorization needs. The incumbent will comply with state regulations governing Psychology Associates. Principal responsibilities will be for ages, birth through young adult. The incumbent will assist the supervising Neuropsychologist and Clinical Director with administrative duties as assigned.
The Psychology Associate II will assist Psychologist in providing clinical services, supervision and case management for in/outpatient cases as specified by the Director of the inpatient service, outpatient clinic, or Department Head. This professional will collaborate with department staff/supervisors and other KKI departments as needed. The incumbent will participate in hiring, supervising and the evaluating of Behavioral Psychology staff as well as participate in programs of systematic research.
The Research Assistant I assists and collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and research collaborators in reaching research goals in the Center for Neurodevelopmental and Imaging Research (CNIR). This position will assist with processing and analyzing neuroimaging (including structural, DTI, and fMRI data) and behavioral data (including the development of processing pipelines), code videos of motor performance tasks, and work directly with participants in the collection of MRI, TMS, and EEG data. Additionally, the Research Assistant I will have the opportunity to present at scientific conferences as well as contribute to and lead author manuscripts.
The Research Assistant I in the Karigo Lab will help with the day-to-day operations of the lab, including maintaining the animal colony and inventory lists, supervising the work of undergraduates, and collecting data.
TheResearch Assistant collaborates with the PIs and larger investigative team in reaching the research goals of the Healthy Brain Child Development (HBCD) Study. The Research Assistant will be responsible for duties including but not limited to: MRI data collection, quality control, and preprocessing; working as part of the larger research team which includes recruitment and retention specialists, neuropsychologists, and other imaging staff; and training undergraduate research assistants and interns to assist with these responsibilities.
The Senior Behavior Analyst will provide clinical services, clinical supervision and case management for the Pediatric Feeding Disorders program as specified by the Program Director; participate in hiring, supervising and evaluating Behavioral Psychology Staff; participate in programs of systematic research. The Senior Behavior Analyst will maintain an emphasis on research and research publication.
The Summer Works Staff will work in various departments in the Institute contributing to business operations in a courteous, professional and responsible manner. Responsibilities may include administrative support, facilities support, research support, educational support and/or patient care aide dependent on the department in which the individual is working.
The Supervisor, Patient Services supervises all aspects of Clinical Assistant performance, provides unit leadership, and performs administrative functions to ensure successful program implementation.
The Therapeutic Assistant I will implement instructional programs and evidence-based treatment protocols in a classroom (group, dyad, and 1:1) setting under the oversight of the Pre-Kindergarten Teacher, the MICC Teacher, or Speech-Language Pathologist. This staff member will interact with the children to encourage language, social, and self-regulatory development. The incumbent will also collect progress and treatment response data; assist with classroom organization; prepare teaching materials; and assist with parent communication and training.