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Full-Time Licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist Position with interest/training in Forensic Psychology In Pennington and Morristown, NJ

Job Description
Forensic Neuropsychology and Psychology Services, PC with offices In Pennington and Morristown, New Jersey seeks an early career clinical neuropsychologist with an interest and/or background in forensic psychology. In addition, a forensic psychologist with training and experience in clinical neuropsychology would be considered. Position is full time and must be NJ licensed or license eligible in NJ with APA-approved credentials. Training in forensic psychology is offered to neuropsychologists in this position as needed. Cases are highly diverse and involve both adults (70 percent) and children/pediatrics (30 percent). Evaluations include Parental Capacity/Best Interest of the Child Evaluations, Disability/Workers Comp Evaluations, Fitness for Duty evaluations, plaintiff and defense civil neuropsychological IME’s (Independent Medical Evaluations), risk assessments for violent and sexual offending, most evaluations having a neuropsychological focus. Our evaluations involve a very broad scope of disorders including dementias, TBI, personality disorders, and the full range of psychiatric and neurocognitive disorders. Opportunities available to train postdoctoral fellows and externs in neuropsychological and psychological assessment and treatment. Competitive salary and benefits. The practice is a unique specialty practice that also serves as an approved training site for postdoctoral fellows in neuropsychology through ACPN and doctoral level externs, and also incorporates a clinical practice focusing on neuropsychological and psychological treatment of TBI, PTSD, ADHD and other trauma-based, neurodevelopmental and other neurocognitive disorders. Please provide your curriculum vitae and a list of all neuropsychological and psychological tests you are competent to administer and score with full test names spelled out to [email protected] and visit our website at www.drjonathanmack.com.

COVID-19 considerations:
We require PPE for patients and staff and perform covid/temperature screening for staff and patients in the office. Some work is remote but done from the office.


OFFICE COORDINATOR – FULL TIME

Job Description
Seeking mature, reliable, early career professional with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and knowledge of medical office procedures for Office Coordinator Position in forensic and clinical psychological services office. Ideal candidate will have education/experience in mental health services and medical office coordination, along with outstanding technology skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Google spreadsheets, and Outlook Calendar. College degree preferred. Medical billing knowledge and experience a plus. QuickBooks experience a plus. Ability to think critically and to pay fastidious attention to detail are required, along with excellent follow-through skills and the ability to multi-task. Excellent typing and editing skills preferred. During the COVID-19 pandemic and while PPE recommendations remain in place, facial mask worn throughout the day in the office is required. Competitive salary and benefits. For more information about the practice, please visit www.jonathanmack.com. Resume, cover letter, and three references required for full consideration.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $15.00 – $18.00 per hour


POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY WITH INTEREST IN FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY/NEUROPSYCHOLOGY IN PENNINGTON AND MORRISTOWN, NJ

Job Description:
Postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology in a forensically oriented private practice. The Training Director Jonathan H. Mack, Psy.D., ABN, FACPN is board certified in clinical neuropsychology. The position is out of our offices in Pennington and Morristown, NJ with some in-state travel to facilities. The fellowship is an approved two-year postdoctoral training program in clinical neuropsychology through the Academy of the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. The practice provides an extremely broad range of both adult and pediatric neuropsychological assessment cases with a strong but not exclusive forensic emphasis, and has opportunities for treatment as well in psychotherapy, biofeedback/neurofeedback, and cognitive rehabilitation. Cases involve differential diagnosis of the full range of disorders including TBI, dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment, ADHD, PTSD and trauma related disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurodevelopmental/learning disorders, Personality Disorders, depression, and anxiety related disorders, etc. There are weekly didactic trainings, team meetings, and intensive individual supervision. Formal training and supervision in clinical neuropsychology is required. APA-approved doctoral program and internship are required. Experience in forensic psychology is helpful but not required. The practice is a training site for postdoctoral fellows and predoctoral externs and postdoctoral fellows participate in training of the externs. Opportunities for research are also available.

Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $45,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:
Psychotherapy sessions are mostly done remotely. Evaluations are mostly in person with covid-19 screening procedures and CDC compliant precautions which include temperature screening, full PPE, etc.

Application Deadline: January 29, 2021

Positions Available: Three Post-Doctoral Fellowship Positions for summer 2021 with one IMMEDIATE openning for January 2021

If interested, applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae and a list of all neuropsychological and psychological tests (adult and pediatric) they are competent to administer and score with test names spelled out please to [email protected]. The position will require a three-year supervised NJ Temporary Permit for postdoctoral psychologists. For more information, please visit our website at www.drjonathanmack.com.

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