How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology/Neuropsychology is seeking a full-time Psychometrist. Employee will work flexibly with a team of Psychometrists who support a team of rehabilitation psychologists/neuropsychologists and work across three treatment locations. The expected schedule for this position will include a minimum of four 10-hour testing days.
- Administer standard and complex neuropsychological and general psychology tests used in the diagnosis of neurological and psychological disorders to patients with a wide range of medical conditions and developmental disabilities
- Learn existing assessments and any new assessments
- Explain test procedures to patients
- Establish necessary clinical rapport with patients
- Maintain standardized test procedures
- Manage behaviors that may affect cooperation and test performance
- Score test protocols, organize and prepare data summary forms
- Review the scoring, data and summary reports for completeness and accuracy
- Record behavioral observations
- Maintain work space
- Clean up, restock forms
- Maintain tests and laboratory equipment
- Comfortable working with children and adults is essential
- Experience and competence in working with young children (ages 3-5 years) is desired
- Expected to be collaborative team members who participate in in-service instruction on an as needed basis
- Participation in case reviews with the supervising clinician may also be required
- Provides training to psychometrists, students and postdoctoral fellows
- Master's degree in psychology
- A Limited Licensure as a Psychologist or Temporary Limited Licensure as a Psychologist
- Must maintain license and meet continuing education requirements
- Experience in neuropsychological testing and experience working with both children and adults
- Experience working with medically involved and neurodevelopmental populations is preferred
- Openness to work with all ages and comfort with an early childhood population is desired
Four 10 hour days (Monday - Friday)
Ann Arbor (3 Sites)
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