Psychologist PHD

Requisition ID
2017-10555
Shift
Day
Category
Behavioral Health/Social Work/Counseling
Shift Hours AM/PM
Flexible
Department
SJ PEDS DEVELOPMENTAL
Position Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

St. Joseph’s Healthcare System is recognized for the expertise and compassion of its highly skilled and responsive staff. The combined efforts of the organization’s outstanding physicians, superb nurses, and dedicated clinical and professional staff have made us one of the most highly respected healthcare organizations in the state, the largest employer in Passaic County, and one of the nation’s “100 Best Places to Work in Health Care”.

 

 

Job Overview Provides diagnostic assessment, clinical case management, ongoing psychosocial assessment and treatment planning to consumers within a variety of therapeutic environments and specialty areas.  Works in cooperation with the multi-disciplinary team lending insight and clinical expertise.  Completes and maintains patients medical records and report writing.  Develops discharge plans aimed at strengthening skills and resources to enhance independence and community adjustment.   Provides clinical consultation in areas of expertise to hospital staff members and supervise staff and students, when applicable.

Qualifications

  • Completion of a Doctoral degree in Psychology or Social Work and three to five years of previous work related experience.
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred.
  • PhD or PsyD license required commensurate to degree or post-doctoral permit by the state of New Jersey.
  • Work requires:
  • analytical ability to collect information from diverse sources, apply professional principles in performing various analyses, and summarize the information and data in order to solve problems.
  • ability to prepare detailed assessments of patient referrals, counseling individual, group or family members, or perform other duties requiring a comparable level of communication skill.

Options

Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
Share