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the Data Support Specialist is responsible for routine data cleaning, scoring /entry, analysis, reporting, training, and assisting in the overall management of patient and research records. This staff member supports the development, administration, and maintenance of databases and will also help staff utilize, store, and work in retrieval systems, database systems, and with software. The incumbent will maintain departmental standards in addition to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements.
JOB ID 1860
We are seeking a Board Certified developmental pediatrician with a focus in neurodevelopmental disabilities and expertise in autism. The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, under the leadership of Dr. Rebecca Landa, has been expanding its vibrant research, clinical and educational programs. CARD is a multifaceted, interdisciplinary program serving children, families and professionals in the ASD community. The center combines research, clinical service and training programs to unlock the potential of children with ASD, enrich their life experiences, empower parents and promote the well-being of families through evidence-based practices. One of our major endeavors is developing effective new models of care for families and providers, locally, nationally and internationally.
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 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 Coordinatorwill investigate, identify, develop, implement, and monitor systems to ensure that the assigned research projects/studies comply with Institutional Review Board (IRB) standards, scientific procedures, and stay within timelines. The incumbent will: conduct research assessments; assist in the development of measures; reduce, code, manage, and synthesize data; prepare PowerPoint presentations; conduct literature reviews; recruit participants; and serve as the main point of contact for study-related representatives outside and within Kennedy Krieger Institute. This person works directly with grant collaborators and research staff to accomplish the aims of the project. This staff member also assists in the preparation of progress reports for the Principal Investigators (PIs) and will assist in preparation of other reports and grant submissions.
Currently offering a $2,500 hiring incentive for full time, licensed Speech Language Pathologists.
In person (center- and home-based)
The Speech Language Pathologist II will provide direct patient care for assessing and treating communication (i.e. speech/language), oral motor, and feeding/swallowing disorders: administering department and program functions; supervising speech language pathologist at various levels: maintaining documentation relative to services offered: and participating in intra and interdisciplinary training programs.