Highmark Health Psychometrist- Neurology- AGH in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Allegheny Health Network
Job Description :
Provides support to the professional psychologists and neuropsychologists in the psychological and neuropsychological assessments. Prepares for, administers and scores standardized tests of cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning as well as provides behavioral observations of patients during testing process and assists with daily clinical support activities which may include maintaining patient records, assisting with office visits and maintaining test supplies and space.
Administers and performs neuropsychological assessment procedures with patients (30%)
Provides behavioral observations of patients during the testing process. Scores neuropsychological and psychological test. (20%)
Administers psychological rating scales. (10%)
Maintains accurate clinical record which includes editing written reports, documentation of office visits and filing record. (10%)
Assists in training students to administer standardized tests. (10%)
Assists with patient/provider communications under direction of supervisor (e.g., drafting letters, calling patients for appointment reminders. (10%)
Assists with maintaining testing materials and space (e.g., completing protocol inventory, maintaining cleanliness of testing environment) (10%)
Performs other duties as assigned including but not limited to assisting in research studies.
- BA/BS Degree in Psychology or related field
Encouraged to pursue certification with the Board of Certified Psychometrist within two years of hire
Clinical experience with psychiatric and/or neurological patients and experience administering and scoring neuropsychological and psychological test (e.g. WAIS, WMA)
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