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Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized facility dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities through patient care, special education, research and professional training.
The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress is an outpatient department that specializes in the assessment and treatment of children and families that have experienced or are at risk for neglect, abuse and violence exposure.
Kennedy Krieger’s clinical programs offer an interdisciplinary approach in treatment tailored to the individual needs of each child. Services include over 40 outpatient clinics; neurobehavioral, rehabilitation and pediatric feeding disorders inpatient units; plus several home and community programs providing services to assist families.
Boating, sandy beaches, mountains and less than an hour away from Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania. Kennedy provides excellent benefits, competitive salaries and this position is an NHSC approved loan repayment site.
For more information about loan repayment, see http://nhsc.hrsa.gov/loanrepayment/.
JOB ID: 3248
the Psychologist I will provide psychological treatment services and psychodiagnostic assessments for outpatient clients at CARD. The Psychologist I will also provide training to parents, paraprofessionals and professionals. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients aged 2 through young adult.
JOB ID: 2502
Kennedy Krieger Institute is currently recruiting for a Child Psychologist to provide outpatient mental health services to children and families. Located in Baltimore, the position is in the Psychiatric Mental Health Program (PMHP). The Psychiatric Mental Health Program (PMHP) is a multidisciplinary treatment program focused on the needs of children with complex psychiatric, developmental and medical conditions. Among the challenges the children face are anxiety disorders (including generalized anxiety and phobias), mood disorders (including Depression, DMDD and Bipolar disorder), externalizing disorders (including ADHD, oppositional behavior, and conduct problems), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and tic disorders. Many children also experience developmental disorders or chronic medical conditions.
The successful candidate will have a passion for working with children and families in an urban setting. The psychologist will also embrace being part of a multidisciplinary team, which includes social workers, psychiatrists, and nurse practitioners to enhance assessment and treatment. Psychologists also frequently consult with school staff and other professionals inside and outside of the Institute to achieve maximum progress in treatment. Evidence based assessment and treatment is strongly supported.
the Psychologist I will maintain a clinical caseload including individual and family psychotherapy, diagnostic assessments, parent training, and, counseling in child development and behavior management. The Psychologist will administer and score psychological tests, assist parents or caregivers in advocating for their children’s needs in the community. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for individuals aged 5 years through young adulthood.
JOB ID: 2597
the Psychologist II at Lois T. Murray will provide management of clinical behavioral services, including program design and implementation. The Psychologist will also conduct psychological and behavioral assessments as necessary, and monitor self-injurious and aggressive behavior of students. This individual will also provide direct psychological services, per selected IEP's, and adhere to Medical Assistance billing procedures to qualified students. The incumbent will be assigned to work in the school setting for 11 months of the typical year.
JOB ID: 2235
the Psychologist III supervises psychology staff, psychology interns, and coordinates/manages projects to which they have been assigned. In addition, he/she provides service to clients as a member of the evaluation program where participation may include direct service, clinical supervision, or research. . The psychologist may provide staff consultation and training for graduate social work interns. The psychologist III has the responsibility for administrative duties assigned by the Director.
JOB ID: 3110
the Psychology Associate will help implement various ongoing pediatric studies, including recruiting, screening, scheduling, and testing children with ADHD, Autism spectrum disorders, and Tourette syndrome.
JOB ID 3023
TheRecreational Activities Staff II works independently and demonstrates initiative, discretion and good judgment in planning and implementing social and/or recreational programs which support the development, psychosocial and cultural needs of patients and siblings. The Recreational Activities Staff is responsible for the supervision of patients and siblings while in the Outpatient playroom and provides observation and assessment of patients, siblings, and parent/child interactions where appropriate.
JOB ID: 3176
the Research Assistant assists and collaborates with the PI and research collaborators in reaching research goals in the Center for Neurodevelopmental and Imaging Research (CNIR). Diverse technology and research goals of the CNIR imaging lab require the Research Assistant to be adaptable, flexible, and responsible for performing diverse duties related to collecting, analyzing and archiving data. This position performs data analysis duties including but not limited to behavioral analysis, anatomical and/or functional neuroimaging.
JOB ID: 3153
The RA Icarry out scientific experiments in the Muscle Center laboratory. The ability to grasp the rationale for the methods used and careful attention to details of the protocols are important for success. Reliability and the ability to work well with multiple investigators are essential. The RA I will be expected to read the scientific literature, design experimental plans, independently carry out experiments, independently analyze data, assist in the development and standardization of protocols, and make presentations to others in the division about his/her work.
JOB ID: 3071
the Research Assistant collaborates with the PI and allied research collaborators in attainment of research goals in the Neurophysiology Laboratory at KKI. The tasks performed by the Research Assistant include but are not limited to experimental design, behavioral analysis, electrophysiological (EEG) data collection, data preprocessing, data analysis and contribution to the development of novel analysis techniques. The position potentially requires the incumbent to work as part of a research team, train students, trainees and staff as well as carry out the above data collection and analysis techniques with a considerable degree of independence. The technology and research goals in the Neurophysiology Lab are diverse and therefore the Research Assistant must be detail oriented, technically competent, an effective communicator and an independent problem solver.