The St. Louis Center for Cognitive Health (STLCCH) aims to recruit at least one competitive applicant for a full-time pediatric clinical neuropsychologist position. Primary focus of this position will be clinical service delivery to children through young adults with developmental and medical disorders, as well as program development, community engagement, administration, and provision of training for interested candidates.
The ideal applicant will have clinical interests involving both neuropsychological assessment as well as intervention with children through young adults presenting with medical and developmental disorders.
STLCCH is a small and growing private neuropsychological assessment practice. We currently provide neuropsychological assessments with a primarily insurance-based, fee-for-service model, though also perform worker’s compensation examinations, social security disability examinations, and occasionally independent medical examinations (IMEs). We enjoy excellent referral relationships with a diverse array of medical and behavioral health providers. Work settings will include our outpatient neuropsychological assessment clinic, and the applicant will be expected to obtain staff privileges at a local inpatient/rehabilitation hospital for the purposes of developing a consultation and liaison neuropsychology service within the hospital.
The pediatric neuropsychologist with enjoy a competitive compensation package that will include excellent pay with productivity incentives, health benefits, a 401(k) retirement plan with an employer match, coverage of malpractice insurance, generous support of continuing education activities as well as pursuit of ABPP board certification in clinical neuropsychology when relevant (including subspecialization in pediatric neuropsychology). The pediatric neuropsychologist will also enjoy the administration and clerical support of our office staff as well as psychometrist support as desired. Intangible benefits include an exceptionally collegial and supportive office environment as well as a self-care and work-life balance-focused culture.
Prerequisites for the pediatric neuropsychologist:
- Doctoral degree from an APA and/or CPA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology
- Successful completion of an APA and/or CPA accredited predoctoral internship
- Successful completion of a two-year postdoctoral residency in pediatric clinical neuropsychology
- Active license as a psychologist or eligibility for licensure as a psychologist in Missouri
- ABPP board certification in clinical neuropsychology or eligibility to pursue ABPP board certification in clinical neuropsychology
- Applicants who are not ABPP certified in clinical neuropsychology at the time of their start date will be expected to successfully obtain ABPP certification in clinical neuropsychology within 30 months of their start date
The St. Louis area offers a wide range of benefits including a vibrant restaurant industry, easy airport access, excellent public and private schools, affordable cost of living, as well as a wide range of arts and cultural experiences such as theaters, parks, attractions, museums, and festivals.
To better reflect the diversity of our patient population, candidates from underrepresented minority groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to electronically send a CV, cover letter, as well as two de-identified sample evaluations to email@example.com.