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Post Doc Fellow - (Multiple Positions)

Apply now Job no: 492434
Work type: Temporary full time
Location: Stratford, New Jersey
Categories: Pre/Post-Doctoral

SUMMARY:

The Post Doc Fellow in the CARES Institute at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine participates in the assessment, treatment planning and treatment of the clinical needs of the clients under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Also, participates in the development and dissemination of research in the area of child maltreatment.

DUTIES:

1.         Provides individual, group, and family psychotherapy as clinically indicated to assigned clients under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.

a.         Provides therapy with empathy and concern for the client as indicated by supervisory observation.

b.         Involves client and/or family in developing achievable and understandable psychosocial treatment plans in accordance with accepted professional standards as observed by supervisor.

c.         Spends appropriate percentage of time in direct service, as determined by Institute Directors and/or unit program description.

d.         Advocates for appropriate resources for clients and families based on assessed needs in accordance with professionally accepted standards as measured by supervisory observation and record review.

e.         Intervenes clinically based on a theoretical orientation as observed by supervisor.

f.          Engages clients in appropriate treatment program as observed by supervisor in case presentations.

g.         Assists clients in effectively managing crises as measured by supervisory observations.

h.         Responds with clinical flexibility to client's needs as measured by supervisory observations.

i.          Responds with sensitivity to cultural and socio-economic issues of clients as measured by supervisory observations.

j.          Manages termination issues in an effective and timely manner as measured by supervisory observation.

k.         Manages caseload demands effectively while considering both quality of care and agency needs as assessed by supervisory staff.

2.        Provides Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations under the supervision of a licensed Psychologist.

a.       Conducts evaluations following ethical and legal guidelines for forensic evaluations.

b.       Prepares legible written reports based on evaluation findings.


3.      Assumes overall case management responsibilities for assigned clients including coordination of treatment and liaison with community agencies as measured by supervisory observation and record review.

a.         Collaborates effectively with other staff members, referral sources and social support networks to provide treatment and care for clients and families as measured by supervisory observation and record review.

b.         Maintains effective, open communication with members of treatment team(s) as indicated by feedback from team members and supervisory observation.

4.         Maintains appropriate client records in a timely manner as mandated by Institute policy.


a.         Completes report of initial evaluation and treatment plan for client's chart within prescribed time frame as indicated by a regular review of records.

b.         Completes termination/discharge summary within 30 days of termination of services.


5.         Maintains knowledge of trends and developments in the field via Institute’s training program.


a.         Regularly attends and participates in in-service meetings and other, designated training events that will enhance clinical skills as documented by attendance at same.

b.        Identifies and develops area of expertise related to child abuse.

6.         Supports goals and objectives of the CARES Institute.

a.         Effectively contributes to and supports an environment that enhances the positive self-image of clients and preserves their human dignity, as observed by supervisor.

b.         Actively and enthusiastically participates and contributes to smooth functioning and operations of unit as observed by supervisor.

c.         Actively participates in Institute wide meetings, committees and task forces as assigned, as observed by supervisor and Institute Administration feedback.


7. Other related activities.

a.        Provides therapy through grant-funded programs as requested.
b.        Administers standardized measures as per assessment protocols.

c.         Adheres to grant funded treatment protocols and completes all required records and reports.

d.         Maintains client contact expectations.


e.         Participates in development and dissemination of research findings from the Institute database.

8.         Outreach services

a. Provides indicated therapy in DYFS satellite office
b. Maintains client contact expectations

c. Provides expert consultation to DYFS staff

9.    Comprehensive Health Evaluation for Children (CHEC) Program.

a.  Provides mental health screenings to children/adolescents entering the foster care system.
b.  Scores and interprets assessment measures, and summarizes findings in a report completed within a timely manner.

c.   Maintains client contact expectations.


REQUIREMENTS:

An individual who holds a doctoral degree in psychology or related field (Ph.D., Psy.D., Ed.D).

SALARY:

$47,484

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Post Doc Fellow - (Multiple Positions) Stratford, New Jersey

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