Job Code: CA-SGPRC-Psych
Address: Pomona, CA
Emp Type: Full-Time
Required Education: Doctoral Degree
Years of Experience: Minimum 2 Years
Number of Openings:
Bilingual Psychologist Opportunity-$3,000 Sign-On Bonus
The Columbus Organization is expanding its team of psychologists in Pomona, CA. Immediate full time opportunity for Bilingual Psychologist (PhD or PsyD), with previous experience assessing for Intellectual Disability and Autism, for a community based outpatient setting providing support and advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families
Join a great staff in an exceptional work environment where you will serve as an appreciated and valued member of a supportive and collaborative team of professionals.
Columbus offers a highly competitive salary & sign-on bonus complimented by a full, comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical insurance, prescription card, vision plan, dental insurance, life insurance, liability insurance, 401k retirement plan with employer contribution, short/long term disability, $1000 annual continuing education allowance, reimbursement for licensure/certification and relocation assistance if needed. Monday – Friday work week.
Psychologist Job Description:
- Psychological evaluations of clients to assist in determining initial or on-going eligibility for Regional Center services;
- Provision of resource and referral information to clients and/or their representatives when appropriate; consultation/communication with intake staff or on-going service coordination staff regarding evaluations/schedule as needed;
- Completion and submission of preliminary test score and diagnosis sheet on the day of each psychological evaluation; familiarity with the ADOS, the Vineland, and other Psychological Assessment tools;
- Completion and submission of written reports within fourteen (14) calendar days of evaluation date; For clients who are unable to receive services in an office setting due to severe behavioral challenges or complex medical needs.
- May provide services at the client’s residence, ensuring a natural setting for the client, due to behavior challenges and/or medical condition of the client.
- Knowledge of persons with developmental and mental disabilities; behavior management theory, principles and practices; psychopathology; developmental psychology; counseling techniques; crisis intervention; theories and practices of psychological testing; quality management principles; effective training methods; community services and resources.
- Ability to make oral and written presentations
- Effectively plan and organize various job requirements
- Project a positive attitude
- Adhere to highest standards of quality in an efficient manner; adapt to changing priorities.
- Doctoral Degree in Psychology
- California Licensed
- Minimum of 2 years clinical experience
- Experience working for mental health community agencies
- Bilingual-Fluent in English and Spanish
- Previous experience assessing Intellectual Disability and Autism
If interested in this opportunity please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax resume to 888-379-2524 attention Deb Juliano, Director of Recruitment
The Columbus Organization
An Equal Opportunity Employer