Multiple Positions - Manitoba

December 21, 2021 9:26 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)
We are  currently recruiting for 5 full-time permanent positions across the province, including Adult, Child and Generalist roles, with 3 based in Winnipeg, one in Northern Manitoba, and one in Brandon, MB.  CHP is  unique in Canada, being both an academic department in the Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba and a clinical program, providing psychological services in hospitals, health centres and community sites in urban and rural health regions.  As a member of CHP, the Psychologist joins a large team of dedicated psychologist colleagues in Winnipeg and throughout  the province who work closely with each other and in interdisciplinary teams to provide high quality, effective psychological care.  For more information about CHP, visit:  Department of Clinical Health Psychology | Max Rady College of Medicine | University of Manitoba (umanitoba.ca)<https://umanitoba.ca/medicine/department-clinical-health-psychology>

Beginning career to senior career colleagues are welcome to apply, including those currently on internship/residency nearing completion of their doctoral degree.  Applications will be reviewed in January, and will continue to be accepted until the positions are filled.

Job information and application instructions for the following positions are provided on the Manitoba Healthcare Providers Network <https://healthcareersmanitoba.ca/opportunities/https://healthcareersmanitoba.ca/opportunities/>    (go to search page; select “psychologists” under Opportunity type).

Winnipeg:

Clinical Child Psychologist             Child Protection Centre | Health Sciences Centre

Clinical Psychologist (Adult)         Operational Stress Injury Clinic | Deer Lodge Centre

Clinical Psychologist (Adult)         Behavior Resource and Consultation Team (BRaCT) & Generalist hospital services

Brandon:

Clinical Psychologist (Adult)         Community Mental Health

Northern health region:

Clinical Psychologist (Adult or Lifespan) Community/Hospital Mental Health

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