Calian is proud to work with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to provide healthcare services to current and prospective regular members. Through the Health Care Provider Contract, Calian employs individuals across Canada who are integral to supporting the health and wellbeing of regular members.
The healthcare team at Saskatchewan RCMP "F" and Depot Division located at 5600 – 11th Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan are seeking a Clinical Psychologist to join the team to provide occupational health services for current and prospective regular members.
Your Key Duties:
• Providing professional services relating to the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, and prevention of psychological, emotional, and psycho-physiological and behavioural disorders with an adult population
• Reviewing Fitness for Duty Examination related to specialized Units and Isolated Posts, Critical Incidents, work performance enhancements, firearm shooting interviews, applicant and cadet screenings, and for members returning to work after a mental health related sick leave period or health benefit claims information obtained from external health care providers and services
• Providing professional advice, consultation, and recommendations on the RCMP member's health benefits eligibility, fitness for duty, return to work, and long term disability planning for members with psychological conditions
• Providing support to the Occupational Health Policy Centre in a consultative capacity to support case file reviews and subject matter expertise to management
• Reviewing Fitness for Duty Examinations evaluations to the multi-disciplinary team and making referrals to various health care professionals where required
1. Degree in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university
2. Registered as a Psychologist and authorized for autonomous practice with the appropriate provincial licensing body
3. 5 years of post-graduate experience obtained in an occupational health environment, under a license for autonomous, completing psycho-diagnostic assessments, including differential diagnosis, and providing treatment services to adults through the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy