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Regular Full Time
Stollery Childrens Hospital
UA-Unit 4E2 Oncolo Cl Stol-EDM
HSAA Facility PROF/TECH
2012-11-21 Time: 23:59
Minimum: 46.71 per hour Maximum: 62.02 per hour
As part of a multidisciplinary team, the psychologist will provide comprehensive assessment, treatment, intervention and consultation for children, adolescents, and families within the oncology program. Such services include psychotherapy, development and implementation of inpatient/outpatient interventions, ongoing follow-up, and consultation with parents, hospital staff and educational staff. Clinical research may be a component of the position.
Masters or PhD. In Psychology from an accredited university or equivalent education and experience. Eligibility for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Clinical experience working with children & youth in an oncology setting. Previous experience providing psychological services and consultation within a hospital setting. A proven ability to design and implement behavioral strategies within a multidisciplinary team setting. Ability to work independently and within a multidisciplinary team. Responsible to provide proof of active registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) and to maintain registration throughout the duration of employment. Preferred: Specialty in other related therapies such as art therapy. BCLS-HCP required.
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