Clinical Psychologist - CDD
Company: University of Iowa
Location: Iowa City
Posted on: May 14, 2019
Center for Disabilities and Development (CDD)
Options available for both full and part-time positions.
Recruiter contact for this position is Judy Stephenson, HR Manager
at CDD; firstname.lastname@example.org . Job is on extended advertising
until position is filled.
CDD is dedicated to improving the health and independence of people
with disabilities and creating a life with opportunities for
everyone. As a multi-disciplinary center of excellence, The CDD
integrates a broad array of clinical services in one location,
including developmental and behavioral pediatrics, nursing,
speech-language pathology, occupational and physical therapy,
psychology, social work, education, and audiology, and thus
provides an ideal environment for patient care, education and
research. Our clinical team works with patients with attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, behavior
disorders, cerebral palsy, cognitive disorders, Down syndrome,
Fragile X and spina bifida.
Families who come to our clinic often have complex needs which is
why CDD uses a team approach, bringing together the right experts
to help families find answers. At the heart of each team are the
patient and family. For more information please visit
The CDD is Iowa's University Center for Excellence on Disabilities
and is also home for Iowa's LEND (Leadership Education in
Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) program and has
provided outstanding interdisciplinary training in
neurodevelopmental disabilities for over two decades.
Performs psychological/neuropsychological assessment and treatment
with infants, children and young adults in a tertiary-level,
clinical outpatient setting. Diagnose and treat neurodevelopmental
disabilities with other members of a multi-disciplinary, healthcare
--- Prepares for individual patient/family contact.
--- Performs psychological/neuropsychological assessment and/or
treatment with children and/or young adults in a tertiary-level,
clinical outpatient setting.
--- Diagnoses and treats/develops treatment plans for individuals
with neurodevelopmental disabilities with other members of an
inter-disciplinary health-care team.
--- Completes patient report and billing documentation according to
CDD and UI Healthcare guidelines and timelines.
--- Provides learning experiences and/or instruction to graduate
and doctoral-level trainees, as assigned.
Position Required Qualifications:
--- A Doctoral degree in Psychology.
--- Reasonable experience (1-3 years) in Clinical Child Psychology,
including skill and experience in psychological/neuropsychological
assessment and working with infants, preschool-aged children, young
children and/or young adults with neurodevelopmental
--- Reasonable experience (1-3 years) experience in Clinical
--- State of Iowa Psychology license at the time of hire unless
there are specific circumstances that necessitate a grace
--- National Health Care Provider Certification, or certification
within 12 months of hire.
--- Iowa Health Service Provider Certification, or certification
within 12 months of hire.
--- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
--- Competency in computer software applications.
Highly Desirable Qualifications:
--- Assessment and/or treatment of possible Autism Spectrum
Disorder; Using such materials as the ADOS-2, ADI-R, and/or other
--- Assessment and/or treatment neurodevelopmental disabilities for
children between ages 0-5 years; Knowledge of using materials, such
as the Bayley Scales of Infant Development or Mullen Scales of
--- Knowledge of community-based disability services.
--- Experience working in a healthcare environment and as a member
of an interdisciplinary team.
--- Expertise in applied behavior analysis.
--- Experience working with electronic medical records.
--- Knowledge of University of Iowa policies and procedures.
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