Clinical Neuropsychologist – Sports Concussion Program

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TRIA Orthopaedic Center is seeking a Clinical Sports Neuropsychologist to join their growing multidisciplinary concussion program. TRIA Sport Concussion Program includes an interdisciplinary  team of specialists all in one location, with multiple sites across the Twin Cities. Neuropsychologists, physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and various other specialists collaborate to develop individualized and active treatment plans serving athletes from the youth to professional level, ages 5-65 years. Candidates must have a PhD or PsyD in Neuropsychology, with preference towards those who meet criteria as a Clinical Sports Neuropsychologist with post-doctoral training.

*$20K SIGN ON BONUS, competitive salary, excellent benefits (including continuing education and paid licensure) and much more!*

Qualifying employer for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (as applicable)

Primary duties include clinical care for a very rewarding population of patients, assessing, diagnosing, and guiding them through their active recovery program with side-by-side collaboration with an interdisciplinary team. Must be proficient in assessment, diagnosis, management/intervention, and counseling of athletes and families in the unique context of the sports domain. Experience with working with non-sport related concussion also encouraged. Predominantly a clinical role with opportunities for research appointment and behavioral or sport psychology dedicated case load. Daily job tasks include conducting and interpreting clinical interview neurobehavioral exams, computerized neurocognitive testing, vestibular ocular motor screening and balance assessments. Candidates must be proficient in testing for premorbid or comorbid learning, attention, affective disorders, and situational factors that may contribute to recovery trajectory and know that extended neuropsychological testing is warranted in some cases. Clinic role also includes  providing vocational accommodations and strategies for return to work/school, cognitive behavioral recommendations, referral to and tracking progress with treatments, and determining return to play. The Neuropsychologist must be comfortable working with sport related concussion and mild traumatic brain injury in the various phases of recovery, including acute, subacute and persistent symptoms.

An established or developing track record of research productivity and/or interest in clinical education and post-doctoral instruction in the area of concussion is preferred. Protected time for research or education is available, with additional protected time dependent on acquiring grant funding.

TRIA is a regional leader in Orthopaedic and sports medicine, providing comprehensive care from diagnosis, to treatment, surgery and rehabilitation. TRIA Orthopaedic Center encompasses a variety of sub-specialties such as sports medicine, concussion, pain management, shoulder, knee, spine, upper extremity, foot and ankle, and hip. TRIA’s sports medicine specialists have served as official team physicians for Minnesota’s pro sports teams for over 30 years.

You will be joining a team that is supportive and respectful of one another and deeply committed to the mission of HealthPartners.  Here, you’ll become a partner for good, helping to improve the health and well-being of our patients, members and community. Our commitment to excellence, compassion, partnership and integrity is behind everything we do. It’s the type of work that makes a difference, the kind of work you can be proud of. We hope you’ll join us.


Park Nicollet offers a competitive benefit package including medical insurance, dental insurance, 401k with company contribution and match, 457(b), life insurance, malpractice coverage as well as CME reimbursement.  Our clinician well-being program provides a wealth of information, tools, and resources tailored to meet the unique needs of our health care professionals, including physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APCs). Park Nicollet is a qualified non-profit employer under the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.


For further information, please contact Jennifer Bredeson, Sr. Clinician Recruiter,

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