We are seeking a developmental pediatric psychologist who will, in cooperation/consultation with the developmental pediatric physicians, evaluate select children and teens for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and provide support for the parents and psychological and behavioral support for these same children and teens or those followed by developmental pediatrics. Additionally, they will serve as a resource for the physicians in the department of pediatrics for children and teens with an ASD diagnosis.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD/PsyD from an accredited university and previous post license paid experience as a member of a psychiatric treatment team in an outpatient setting/program under licensed supervision with the ability to work in a labor/management partnership environment.
The Southeast Permanente Medical Group (TSPMG) is one of Georgia’s largest independent, physician-owned, multi-specialty medical groups. More than 500 physicians and 150 associate practitioners work together in a unique integrated care model to provide high-quality care to over 300,000 Kaiser Permanente members. Care is delivered at 26 medical offices featuring state-of-the-art equipment, labs, imaging services, and pharmacies. We also provide surgical services and around the clock care at some of the area’s top hospitals.
TSPMG offers a competitive salary, a generous retirement package, paid time off, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, long and short-term disability, and more. We also offer numerous clinical and non-clinical learning opportunities and physician leadership development.
Atlanta, our home for more than 30 years, is a thriving metropolis that blends southern charm with modern art, music and culture. Learn more about our beautiful southern city at www.atlanta.com.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. We maintain a drug and nicotine free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Major Responsibilities/Essential Functions:
- Provide effective delivery of services (e.g., psychological assessments, consultation, and therapy) to pediatric patients (18m -21 years/old) seen by Developmental Pediatrics including assessments for autism spectrum disorder
- Proficiency in administering the ADOS 2 is required
- Provides assessment and treatment for the family, children and teens seen by developmental pediatrics
- Support the Developmental Pediatric team in caring for the psychological and behavioral needs of the children and teens they serve
- Serves as a resource to the physicians in the department of pediatrics