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The Clinical ServicesCoordinator I will provide a variety of clinical and administrative support for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) clinic triage team. This staff member will review reports; attend and participate in meetings; review, edit, send, and appropriately route correspondences; provide support and coordination of services among key groups; receive and organize questionnaires; interact with patients, families, clinicians and other staff in a courteous and professional manner. This position will also assist with events and enter data.
The Clinical Services Coordinator II provides support and coordination to clinical program staff to include but not limited to clinicians, physicians, and nurses. This staff member is responsible for coordinating a variety of multifaceted departmental or programmatic functions. The incumbent also provides management with support; helps with training; provides guidance to others; makes recommendations on workflow systems and standard operating procedures; solves problems; and recommends process improvement initiatives.
The Instructional Assistant I will perform duties that are instructional in nature and will deliver services to students in a classroom setting under daily direction of an early intervention teacher. This staff member will interact daily with children, encourage language, social, and self-regulatory development. The incumbent will collect progress and treatment response data; organize the classroom; prepare teaching materials; and assist with parent communication and training.
JOB ID: 3491
The Neuropsychologist I will provide neuropsychological assessments and, as needed, consultation and psychological treatment services to clients served by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD). Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients ages 2 years through young adult.
JOB ID: 4414
The Neuropsychologist II will provide neuropsychological assessments and, as needed, psychological consultation and treatment services to individuals served by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD); teach and provide supervision to staff psychologists and trainees; initiate and participate in innovative programs; design and conduct formal courses and workshops; and participate in research activities. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for individuals ages 2 years through young adult; although services may be provided to individuals from birth throughout the lifespan.
The Neuropsychologist III (Neuropsychologist Manager) will provide neuropsychological assessments as needed, psychological consultation and intervention services to individuals served by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD). This position will teach and provide direct supervision to psychology associates and staff psychologists (and trainees as needed) providing clinical services; initiate and participate in innovative programs; and design and conduct formal courses and workshops. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for individuals ages 3 years through young adult; although services may be provided to individuals from birth throughout the lifespan.
The Psychologist I will conduct research developmental assessments with research participants, code research data, conduct inter-rater reliability trials, prepare summaries of research assessments for families, make appropriate clinical referrals where appropriate, supervise research assessments, and other related research activities.
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 Research Aide will ensure study subjects are scheduled in a timely manner, according to research protocols, and will enter data on subjects to help track retention and attrition. This position will ensure that all parent packets are current with Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and are sent to families in a timely manner. This staff member will ensure that assessment materials are purchased and processed in a timely manner and assist with conference and special event preparations and other research tasks.
The Manager, Speech-Language Therapy Services administers and manages outpatient speech-language clinical services at the Outpatient Clinic, Greenspring, and Ashland Avenue campuses. This professional will act as liaison within the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), with other Institute departments, and external organizations. This position will be engaged in program development, they will supervise Speech-Language Pathologists providing outpatient services; conduct outpatient speech-language evaluations and treatment, maintain documentation relative to services offered, and participate in intra and interdisciplinary training programs.
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