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We anticipate hiring an outstanding rehabilitation (neuro)psychologist clinician-educator (junior to mid-career level) in the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology. The incumbent will be capable of providing both neuropsychological and rehabilitation psychological assessment and intervention with select neurological populations (outpatient psychotherapy experience with epilepsy, tumor and movement disorders populations a plus). The position also provides inpatient service on a large Neurorehabilitation Unit.
The incumbent of the position will be expected to be involved in teaching/supervision of neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology residents and to collaborate in clinical research and/or program development and evaluation.
Applicants must hold a PhD or PsyD and internship certificate from an APA or CPA accredited program. Completion of a formal post-doctoral residency/fellowship in rehabilitation or neurorehabilitation psychology is required. Persons not already board certified in rehabilitation psychology or neuropsychology will be expected to be certified within three years of employment as a condition of continued employment.
Candidates must be US citizens or permanent residents and licensed as a psychologist in Arizona or license eligible; employment cannot commence until licensure in Arizona is complete.
Barrow Neurological Institute offers a highly competitive salary and fringe benefits package and a collegial work environment in one of the nations’ premier practices providing comprehensive neurological, neurosurgical, neuropsychological, and neurorehabilitation care.
Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and the contact information for three referees to:
Alexander I. Tröster, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor and Chair
Department of Clinical Neuropsychology
Barrow Neurological Institute
222 West Thomas Road, Suite 315
Phoenix, AZ 85013
To apply for this job email your details to BarrowNeuropsychology@dignityhealth.org