Pediatric Psychologist Needed in Bahrain!
Sterling Medical Corporation is a top healthcare contractor that services the government agencies, military treatment facilities, and VAMCs nationwide and overseas for over 40 years. We operate in 48 states and 12 countries.
Sterling Medical is seeking a skilled Pediatric Psychologist for a position in Bahrain. This position is working with military children and families on a U.S. Naval Base. We offer relocation assistance, air fare, temp lodging and great compensation! Contact me today to hear more!
Clinical Child Psychologists (CCP):
1. Shall have a doctoral level degree in Psychology (PhD or PsyD) from an American Psychological Association (APA) approved program in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, Child Clinical/School Psychology, or related degree.
2. Shall have either a formal clinical child psychology fellowship that included treatment with children or an equivalent fellowship or have been trained in a doctoral program with a pediatric emphasis including practice and clinical fieldwork with children and adolescents. CCPs shall also have a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families in a school-based or clinical setting.
3. Shall have and maintain a current license to practice Child Psychology in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands that allows for the independent practice of clinical services. This license shall be current (not revoked, suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid (the issuing authority accepts and considers QA information (i.e. practitioner professional performance and conduct in determining continued licenses)), and unrestricted (not subject to restriction pertaining to the scope, location, or type of practice ordinarily granted to other applicants for similar licenses in granting jurisdiction).
4. Shall have formal training and experience in conducting assessments with children, to include using professionally accepted standardized and criterion reference tools/assessments to measure infant/toddler development, child cognitive abilities (IQ), and/or academic achievement.
5. Shall have the skill to provide evaluation, consultation, and direct psychological services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and behavioral disorders. Services may include working with families in the areas of attachment, developmental education, and feeding and sleeping disorders.
6. At Aviano and Spangdahlem, the CCP may work in the EI and MRS sections of EDIS. As such, the CCP shall have experience working in EI and school-based services.
7. Specific knowledge of family-centered approach to care, its concepts and methods of service delivery, as it applies to early childhood development and intervention.
8. A thorough knowledge of IDEA, Parts B and C.
9. EI providers should have a minimum of two (2) years of early intervention professional experience.
10. MRS providers shall have a minimum of two (2) years of school-based services experience working with special education departments in a school setting.
11. The COR may waive this requirement for CCP providers on a case-by-case basis with subject-matter-expert input from the intended local clinic.
12. All providers should have at least one (1) year within the past five (5) years of experience working within the age group for which employment is being considered. This experience may also be gained during practicum, internship, or a clinical fellowship as part of a degree program.