Position Summary The Psychometrist plays a key role in the operation Psychological Assessment Service, under the supervision of the Director of the Service. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned.
Coordination with the Director of the Psychological Assessment Service for patient scheduling.
To maintain a professional demeanor and exercise clinical skill and sensitivity in working with a diverse patient population.
To administer and score psychological and neuropsychological tests and test batteries.
To keep the Director of the Service informed as to the progress of patient examinations that they are participating in, and any concerns about or of the patient.
To produce tabular and narrative summaries of tests scores.
To maintain an adequate and organized inventory of test materials.
To maintain an orderly and professional office environment t appropriate for the conduct of psychological and neuropsychological assessments.
To demonstrate, in the conduct of their duties, awareness, and observance of the guidelines and principles of the American Psychological Association pertaining to the psychological assessment procedure.
A Master's degree in an area of psychology related to clinical service or one year of graduate study in an area of psychology related to clinical service with the completion of one or more graduate courses in psychological assessment techniques is preferred.
Six months experience in a health care setting that involves direct interaction with patients.
Specific experience in the administration and scoring of psychological and neuropsychological assessment procedures.