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Permanent Full Time Psychologist (PHD)

Saskatchewan Health Authority (Prince Albert)

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is the largest employer in Saskatchewan, employing over 43,000 staff in a dynamic healthcare environment.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is committed to providing coordinated quality services that are seamless, safe and patient-centred.

Job Summary:
The incumbent will provide clinical psychological services primarily to adult outpatients within the PAPHR. Duties will include psychological
assessments and diagnosis, individual and/or group therapy, community liaison, and population education. Crisis management of individuals of all
ages and provision of services to adult inpatients at the hospital will also be required. Consultation with community agencies and allied professionals
is required.
Education:
Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in clinical psychology and have/be eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.
Experience:
Experience in the psychometric assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children, youth and adults with significant mental health disorders.
Must be a registered doctoral psychologist with Approved Practice Endorsement in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.
If currently registered as a registered doctoral psychologist in another jurisdiction, be eligible for registration as a psychologist with the Saskatchewan
College of Psychologists.
Experience:
Experience: Two years post-Ph.D. experience in a mental health setting.
Other: Must be a registered doctoral psychologist with Approved Practice Endorsement in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of
Psychologists. If currently registered as a registered doctoral psychologist in another jurisdiction, be eligible for registration as a psychologist with the
Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.
JOB KNOWLEDGE:
-Ability to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
-Ability to work
Additional Text:
*Provision of court-ordered assessment services to youths pursuant to s.34 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act will be required.

 
JOB KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES:
Demonstrated ability to undertake the selection, administration and interpretation of a variety of psychological tests and the ability to prepare
psychological reports. Demonstrated ability to provide treatment services to individuals utilizing a variety of evidence-based intervention modalities.
Ability to liaise and consult with other mental health professionals and with staff of community agencies to ensure case coordination and provide
training. Ability to provide public education on a variety of topics related to the mental health field. Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team or
independently as required. Strong interpersonal and computer skills. Ability to communicate clearly through written, electronic and verbal mediums.
Knowledge of community outpatient and inpatient delivery systems. Knowledge of cross-cultural issues and cultural sensitivity.

224 hours of work in a 6 week rotation.
Shifts (days, evenings, nights) including actual hours, date of commencement and temporary end dates are for informational purpose only and may
be subject to change.

Posting #: GO-00536494-2
Position #:128638
Facility: COMMUNITY/PUBLIC HEALTH EAST
Department: MENTAL HEALTH OUTPATIENTS

Expected Start Date: June 18, 2018 or As Soon As Possible

Shift Information:
Hours of Work: In a week rotation:
Salary or Pay Band: $51.356 to $62.643 (5 step range)
Number of Positions: 1

Application process is through Health Careers in Saskatchewan web site at https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/work/opportunities/.

 

For more information Jennifer Suchorab, Manager – Mental Health Outpatient Services at Telephone: 306-765-6055 or Email: jennifer.suchorab@saskhealthauthority.ca


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