Caravel Autism Health is growing, servicing clients in the Chicagoland area and throughout Wisconsin. Due to growth, we are looking for a Psychologist in the state of Wisconsin (Green Bay, Fox Valley, Milwaukee, and Madison areas). This individual will be responsible for conducting intake assessments for children with developmental disabilities and other childhood conditions. The Psychologist is also responsible for conducting psychological testing on clients on an annual basis to assess progress across multiple domains.
- Conducts evaluations in clinic offices (primarily) and in client homes (occasionally)
- Resource for clinical staff
- Development and inclusion in psychological associations and networking opportunities
Are you ready to take your career to the next level and grow professionally? Do you have strong clinical skills, with the ability to connect with children and their families as well as mentor and coach others? Are you looking for a career where you can positively impact the lives of children on the autism spectrum and their families? If so, this is the job for you!
Our Mission: We Change Lives
Our Values: Advocacy, Teamwork, Passion, Professional Development, Clinical Commitment, and Operational Excellence.
- Competitive salary and incentives
- Paid travel time and mileage compensation
- Full range of benefits including medical, HRA, dental, vision, life insurance, disability coverage, and 401k
- PTO and Paid Holidays
- Support for obtaining/ maintaining credentials
This position requires:
- Doctorate in Psychology or eligible to obtain credentials
- Licensed Psychologist in the state of Wisconsin or ability to obtain
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certification is a plus, but must be willing to pursue
- Strong diagnostic and clinical skills
- Preference for two years of experience working with children on the autism spectrum
Experience to include:
Functional assessments and/or analysis; skill assessments; behavior plans and protocols; individualized goals and outcomes; writing and submitting reports to funding agencies and team members; and data analysis, progress measurement and treatment planning.
- Leadership skills including: positive attitude, integrity, accountability, ability to develop and motivate others, ability to foster teamwork, effective communication skills, and the ability to think strategically
- Natural ability to interact with children. Skilled in carefully observing children and young people and respond to what they might be communicating through their behavior and play
- Critical thinking skills, with strong analytical abilities
- Must be adaptable and flexible, with strong organizational and time management skills
- Must be able to maintain confidentiality and abide by ethical guidelines and policies, including compliance with HIPAA laws and regulations
- Maintains professional boundaries with clients and their families, representing organization in a professional manner
- Must pass a thorough background check
- Valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance is required
Questions can be directed to:
Linda Johanek, Human Resources Director
Phone: (920) 430-0437
Caravel is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.