Furnished Office - Full or Part-time - Assessment Psychologist

Posted: November 5, 2019


ASSESSMENT PSYCHOLOGIST

We are a well-established (30+ years) assessment and forensic practice specializing in public safety personnel assessment, fitness-for-duty evaluations, and forensic (primarily civil) examinations. We have an immediate full-time opening for a psychologist to perform pre-employment and fitness-for-duty, IMEs, and disability psychological evaluations. The position requires a doctoral degree from APA-approved graduate and internship programs, and solid diagnostic assessment experience with adults, including use of the MMPI family of tests. Experience with public safety personnel, military personnel/veterans, and forensic assessment is desirable. We value critical thinking, productivity, and a commitment to excellence. Must be Minnesota licensed or licensed-eligible. We offer a stimulating and supportive professional environment, and exceptional compensation.

For more information about our practice, please visit our website at www.psycheval.com. Please send application materials, including letter of interest, CV, redacted sample psychological assessment report, and salary requirements to:

Gary L. Fischler & Associates, PA: A Division of PsyBar
6600 France Avenue South, Suite 640
Minneapolis, MN 55435
Fax: (612) 333-6740
[email protected]

 

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