Psychologist I

Posted: March 22, 2019

SCOTT COUNTY - Psychologist I

In this position you’ll provide professional psychological service for children & adults including psychological testing & interpretation, diagnostic assessment, therapy, & crisis intervention. You will supervise doctoral-level psychology interns, & be responsible for evaluations, diagnosis, & treatment of individuals & provide direct treatment services to individuals and groups. The majority of the work is direct client service.

MQs: Requires a Doctorate-level license in clinical psychology (LP) OR the ability to become licensed for independent practice within 6 months. Valid DL. Salary Range: $70,010 - $105,015 -DOQ.
Closing: Open until filled.

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