<p>Reporting to the Clinical Director of the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC), the Psychologist provides psychoeducational assessments to students with neurodevelopmental disorders which cause academic impairment, making recommendations for remedial strategies and appropriate programs and accommodations for such individuals. In addition, as part of the transition team, the Psychologist will be involved in supporting transition-aged students with neurodevelopmental disorders as they move from elementary to post-secondary education and beyond through programming, psychoeducation, and assessment.</p><p>As part of RARC's research initiatives, the Psychologist may be involved with research design, data collection, and the preparation of manuscripts for publication. The Psychologist also provides supervision, education, and training opportunities for graduate students at the University and assists with the organization, running and evaluation of the internship program and the Centre in general. The Psychologist acts as an advocate for students with neurodevelopmental disorders to ensure that their needs and concerns are recognized and addressed appropriately.</p>

Closing Date
Jun 30, 2023