• February 08, 2023 7:37 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Nous offrons l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi. Selon le nombre de candidatures à ce concours, les exigences concernant la formation et l’expérience peuvent être modifiées.

    Psychologue scolaire I

    Poste à terme fixe : Du 27 février 2023 au 26 février 2024

    Écoles : Mathieu-Martin, Anna-Malenfant, Carrefour de l’Acadie

    Concours : 23-15-DSFS-16FEV

    La ou le psychologue scolaire offre des services psychologiques professionnels aux domaines des difficultés d’apprentissage et du comportement des élèves.

    Fonctions et responsabilités

    • Offrir des services psychologiques professionnels aux domaines des difficultés d’apprentissage et du comportement des élèves

    • Assurer l’évaluation psychologique d’élèves, l’élaboration de programmes préventifs et des interventions; la consultation en collaboration avec les enseignant.es, les autres membres du personnel scolaire et les parents

    • S’assurer que l’élève et/ou la famille participe à la prise de décisions, à la planification et au suivi.

    • Participer en tant que membre d’une ou de plusieurs équipes stratégiques scolaires.

    • Participer à tous les niveaux de la pyramide d’intervention touchant les programmes et les mécanismes de soutien.

    • Entretenir des relations interpersonnelles saines avec les clients, les familles, les collègues, les partenaires et le public.

    • Participer à l’élaboration des plans communs interministériels.

    • Possibilité d’offrir de la supervision professionnelle auprès de psychométricienne/psychométricien.

    • Assumer toutes les autres tâches connexes que lui attribuent ses superviseur.es.

    Exigences :

    • Les candidates ou candidats doivent détenir une maîtrise ou un doctorat en psychologie, avoir effectué des travaux de cours et être membres attitrés du Collège des psychologues du Nouveau-Brunswick.

    Traitement :

    • 3 268$ - 3 935$ à la quinzaine.

    Les personnes intéressées sont priées de faire parvenir leur offre de services, par courriel, au plus tard le 16 février 2023 avant 16 h en précisant le numéro de concours.


    IMPORTANT : Nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes qui seront

    retenues pour une entrevue.


    Ressources humaines

    District scolaire francophone Sud

    425, rue Champlain

    Dieppe NB E1A 1P2

    Courriel : rhfrancosud@nbed.nb.ca

  • February 07, 2023 4:54 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Reference #HBS-2023-24-02

    Submission deadline: March 1 2023

    Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Campus, invites applications for one tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences/Department of Psychology. We have a particular need for faculty with clinical competence working with children and adolescents. The academic rank of the appointment will be commensurate with the qualifications of the successful candidate. The position will commence on August 1, 2023.

    More info Here: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/faculty-and-staff/departments/services/hr/employment-opportunities/employment-opportunities-db/node/75019

  • February 01, 2023 7:05 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Posting #: 49828
    Operational Stress Injury Clinic Posting Date: January 30, 2023
    Parkwood Institute Main - London, ON

    Submission Deadline: February 26, 2023

    Regular Part Time Stacy Kearns, Human Resources

    ***REPOSTED***

    The Operational Stress Injury [OSI] Clinic is part of a larger network of clinics across Canada and is designed to provide specialized mental health services to eligible Veterans, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, the RCMP, and their family members. St. Joseph's Operational Stress Injury Clinic is responsible for service provision across a geographic region including Southwestern Ontario, the Greater Toronto Area and portions of Central Ontario. St. Joseph's OSI Clinic currently has satellite clinics in Toronto and Hamilton with staff working from these sites. While the primary location for this position is at the Parkwood Main site in London, there may be travel to other OSI Clinic sites on occasion, related to training or orientation
    opportunities. St. Joseph's OSI Clinic has embraced virtual care opportunities as they provide services to patients from across Ontario. To best support staff, we have shifted to a hybrid work model in which staff have the opportunity to work both from home as well as their OSI clinic office. A laptop will be provided.

    As a member of this interdisciplinary team, you will be required to apply advanced clinical knowledge in the areas of assessment and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioural disorders for those who are referred to the clinic as a result of traumatic stress injuries. Treatment may involve individual and group approaches. This role necessitates effective communication and collaboration with Veterans Affairs Canada, Department of National Defense, RCMP, family physicians, and other community partners such as Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) partners.
    OSI Clinic welcomes candidates currently completing their internship year to apply and is amenable to considering future hire dates.

    OSI clinic is able to provide primary and secondary supervision for successful candidates who are in the supervised practice phase of their registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.

    Essential Qualifications
    Valid registration as a Psychologist at the doctoral level with the College of Psychologists of Ontario with area of practice in clinical psychology for an adult client population.

    Demonstrated experience with and competence in Individual and/or Group Intervention

    Demonstrated experience working in a goal oriented, evidence based, and outcome-oriented practice

    Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively within an interdisciplinary team setting as well as with community partners.

    Demonstrated strength in written/verbal communication

    Familiarity with outcome measurement related to clinical practice, ability to measure and evaluate practice change outcomes

    Knowledge of a Safety Culture in a Health Care Setting in compliance with the OHSA

    Preferred Qualifications
    Demonstrated experience in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of adult mental health conditions, primarily PTSD, mood and anxiety disorders

    Demonstrated understanding of the effects of Military and RCMP work.

    Demonstrated awareness of best practices in Post traumatic Stress Disorders, and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders

    Demonstrated experience in working with related conditions (e.g. chronic pain, addictions)

    Demonstrated interest in research

    Knowledge of or experience in empirically supported therapies for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, such as Prolonged Exposure Therapy or Cognitive Processing Therapy

    Demonstrated experience in administering a range of semi-structured diagnostic interviews for psychiatric disorders

    Proficiency in French would be an asset

    Teaching and Research
    St. Joseph's Health Care London through its affiliation with Western University and Fanshawe College is a leading research and teaching hospital. As an employee of St. Joseph's, you will be expected to engage in role related teaching and research activities in addition to any of your clinical duties

    Immunization Requirements
    Provide documentation you have received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine and a written commitment to follow any future Public Health recommendations and St. Joseph's Health Care London policies and processes related to Covid management in the workplace

    Provide vaccination records or proof of immunity against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox)

    Provide documentation of the Tuberculosis skin testing

  • January 31, 2023 7:37 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    ​Req ID: 148142
    Company: Nova Scotia Health
    Location: Central Zone, Nova Scotia Hospital  
    Department: MHA CZ ECFH Forensic Sexual Behaviour Program
    Type of Employment: Permanent Hourly PT (90% FTE) x 1 position(s)
    Status: NSGEU Healthcare Position
    Posting Closing Date: 2-Feb-23


    Nova Scotia Health is the largest provider of health services in Nova Scotia, with some specialized services also offered to clients throughout Atlantic Canada. We’re on a mission to achieve excellence in health, healing and learning through working together, which is reflected in the hospitals, health centres and community-based programs we operate across the province. Our passionate team of professionals provides a variety of high-quality inpatient and outpatient services including academic, tertiary, and quaternary care, as well as continuing care, primary health care, public health, and mental health and addictions. Join a diverse team of innovators, collaborators and creative thinkers today.

    Nova Scotia Health employs professionals in all corners of our beautiful province. We believe there's a place here for everyone to call home, from vibrant cities with exuberant nightlife to quaint towns with picturesque trails. The work-life balance that comes with an Nova Scotia Health role means you'll have the time to explore, discover, and participate in that coveted Atlantic lifestyle. Visit us today and check out www.novascotia.com to see why more people from across the globe are moving here.

    About the Opportunity

    Reporting to the Health Services Manager, and under the clinical direction of the Clinical Lead to ensure the effective provision of empirically supported assessment and treatment services to adults who have crossed legal sexual boundaries. The Forensic Sexual Behaviour Program (FSBP) offers specialized assessment and treatment services to individuals in Nova Scotia whose sexual behavior has crossed legal boundaries. Treatment is currently being offered in four Health Zones across the province (groups located in Kentville, Dartmouth, Truro and Sydney), whereas assessment is primarily centralized in Dartmouth where the coordination of FSBP services for the province is based.

     The duties of the clinical psychologist (PhD) include program development activities, research, prevention initiatives, sexual recidivism risk/need assessment, and/or the facilitation of specialized group treatment as well as involvement in team meetings. While court testimony is infrequent, it is a potential aspect of any work conducted at the FSBP.

    In addition, duties will also include participation in the predoctoral internship program and supervision of practicum students.

     Independence will be both expected and encouraged while ensuring that all services are provided in accordance with CPA & NSBEP ethical standards and practice guidelines for Psychologists, the provincial standards of the FSBP, the principles and practices of NS Health, and relevant legislature.

    About You

    • Recognized PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university program
    • Registered or eligible for registration with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology (NSBEP)
    • Minimum of two years related clinical experience with experience in a forensic setting, particularly with sexual offenders, preferred
    • Minimum of two years research experience
    • Knowledge and experience with the use of recidivism risk assessment tools
    • Knowledge and experience with psychometric tests addressing personality and deception
    • Demonstrated skills in DSM diagnosis
    • Expertise commensurate with the ability to provide expert witness testimony if subpoenaed
    • Knowledge regarding PPG assessment
    • Demonstrated ability to work with antisocial, personality disordered, and oppositional populations
    • Demonstrated ability to address ethical decisions on a regular basis addressing client rights and risk to the community
    • Demonstrated ability to work with counterparts from other disciplines in an effective, collaborative manner designed to optimize outcomes (e.g., DCS, DOJ)
    • Competencies in other languages is an asset, French or Mi’kmaq preferred

     PLEASE NOTE: Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must demonstrate such equivalencies in their application. Additionally, candidates will not be considered for an interview if applications are incomplete or are missing information

    Hours

    • Permanent Part Time (90%) position; 67.5 hours biweekly

    Compensation and Incentives

    $49.21 - $61.52 hourly


    https://jobs.nshealth.ca/nsha/job/Dartmouth-Psychologist-PhD-Forensic-Sexual-Behaviour-Program-Mental-Health-&-Addictions-NS-B3B-2B8/566924317/ 


  • January 26, 2023 6:47 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Tenure Track Position #: 21112

    Acadia University is located in Mtaban, Mi'kmaki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaw, Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet), and Peskotomuhkati (Passamaquoddy) people, and is committed to upholding the spirit and tenets of the Treaties of Peace and Friendship, as well as respecting the historical and contemporary contributions of African Nova Scotians to the land, culture, and life of the region. Acadia University is recognized as one of Canada’s premier undergraduate universities, offering a liberal arts education unique among post-secondary institutions. Acadia offers a stimulating, vibrant environment, on and off campus, where dedicated faculty inspire and challenge students to be their best through supportive personalized learning environments, holistic education, and nurturing community engagement. Academic innovation and a technology-rich teaching and learning environment have garnered the university a reputation for excellence. Our progressive workplace is located only one hour from Halifax in Nova Scotia's beautiful Annapolis Valley. With a progressive commitment to sustainability, the region offers locally-crafted artisan food and beverage, with many communities embracing organic, fair-trade, and farm-to-table ideals. There is a small, but vibrant, francophone community in the Annapolis Valley, and the university campus is situated 6 kms from Grand-Pré National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that commemorates and celebrates Acadian contributions to the region.

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    The Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, to commence July 1, 2023. Clinical faculty members are expected to provide clinical supervision, have an established or developing child clinical research program in the candidate’s expertise area, and teach graduate and undergraduate courses. Undergraduate courses could include Psychopathology of Childhood, Clinical Psychology, and Abnormal Psychology. The ability to supervise clinical and/or research activities related to the areas of trauma and/or stress, including but not restricted to minority stress and racialized or intergenerational trauma, and support the development of a PsyD program within the department will be considered an asset. Faculty members maintain active research programs involving undergraduate and graduate supervision. The candidate will be expected to actively participate in the ongoing service activities of the Clinical Program Committee, the Department of Psychology, and the broader University community.

    For over a century, the Psychology Department has had a presence at Acadia, and today it is a one of the largest academic units on campus (500+ majors, 20-25 honours students, 10-12 graduate students) offering numerous programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. We are distinguished from other institutions for our neuroscience and applied options at the undergraduate level, and at the graduate level we offer a Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology, with the hopes of expanding to a Doctoral (Psy.D) program. Our Unit was one of the first on campus to form a departmental Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion committee to act with intention in fostering a climate within and outside of the classroom that is equitable and inclusive to persons from diverse backgrounds. The department is in a renewal phase, having hired several faculty over the past 5 years, and is currently undertaking a comprehensive curriculum renewal to ensure our curriculum is consistent with our program goals, particularly in the areas of equity, diversity, and inclusion. The Department recently saw the development of a world-class Centre for Cognitive Health & Neuroscience, which includes state-of-the art facilities for applied and cognitive neuroscience research. There are opportunities for professional and research collaborations throughout the region, including Landmark East, Canada’s only independent school for students with learning differences and the Issac Walton Killam (IWK) Health Centre, the largest Children’s Hospital in Atlantic Canada.

    As outlined in the 16th Collective Agreement between the Faculty Association and the University Board of Governors, Acadia faculty receive a range of benefits, including a defined benefit pension plan, yearly professional development funds, dental/vision insurance, professional insurance and registration fees, health insurance to complement the public system, and internal research funding opportunities.


    Academic Qualifications:

    Candidates must have (or be near completion) a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology and have an established or developing research program in the candidate’s expertise area. Candidates must be eligible for, and maintain, registration as a Psychologist within Nova Scotia.


    How to Apply:

    Candidates are asked to submit their application in a single PDF document to

    Faculty.Careers@AcadiaU.ca. Receipt of the application will be acknowledged via email.

    Applications should include the following:

    Apply by sending a letter describing clinical and research experience; teaching experience or potential; and a curriculum vitae. The cover letter should clearly demonstrate ways in which the applicant’s clinical work, research, and teaching could contribute to the department’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.Please include the names and email/phone contact information of three references (to be contacted if short-listed), one of which must be from someone who can speak to your clinical activities.

    Dr Randy Lynn Newman, Chair of the Search Committee,

    Professor and Head, Department of Psychology Acadia University

    Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada B4P 2R6

    Email: Faculty.Careers@AcadiaU.ca

    Acadia University invites applications from all qualified individuals; however, Canadians and permanent residents shall be given priority. The University encourages applications from Indigenous people; African Canadians; African Nova Scotians; persons with disabilities; visible minorities; women; persons of any minority sexuality, gender identity or gender expression; and all intersections of these identities. Acadia embraces the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion as fundamental in creating an expansive academic environment and champions diverse knowledge systems as pillars of academic excellence.

    All applicants are required to submit an online Employment Equity Self-Identification Form as part of their application package. The form provides the option of self-identifying based on the applicant’s comfort level.Please note that failure to complete the form by the closing date will result in the disqualification of your application.

    Closing Date: February 24th, 2023

    Accessibility Statement:

    The University strives to be an equitable and inclusive community, and proactively seeks to increase diversity among its community members. The University will provide support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that considers an applicant's accessibility needs. If you require any accommodations at any point during the application and hiring process, please contact Dr. Randy Lynn Newman, Chair and Professor of Psychology (randy.newman@acadiau.ca)

  • January 19, 2023 7:39 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Titre du poste : PROFESSEURE ou PROFESSEUR EN PSYCHOLOGIE (posterégulierpouvant menerà la permanence d’emploi)

    Campus: Moncton

    Secteur : ÉCOLE DE PSYCHOLOGIE -FACULTÉ DES SCIENCES DE LA SANTÉ ET DES SERVICES COMMUNAUTAIRES

    Entrée en fonction: Le 1erjuillet 2023

    Fonction et information générale: Il s’agit d’un poste régulier menant à la permanence d’emploi, à pourvoir au rang d’adjoint à compter du 1er juillet 2023et rattaché à l’École de psychologie de la Faculté des sciences de la santé et des services communautaires. À l’heure actuelle, l’École de psychologie offre une formation, autant en clinique qu’en recherche,à près de 300 étudiantes et étudiants.

    Dans le cadre des fonctions universitaires d’enseignement, de recherche et de services à la collectivité, la personne qui occupera ce poste sera appelée à enseigner des cours aux trois cycles universitaires dans son domaine d’expertise. La personne retenue sera aussi appelée à assurer l’encadrement des étudiantes et étudiants aux trois cycles universitaires ainsi qu’à participer aux activités de l’École et de la Faculté.

    L’Université de Moncton, fondée en 1963, est un établissement d’enseignement supérieur de langue française en milieu acadien. Avec ses trois campus situés à Edmundston, à Moncton et à Shippagan, elle offre des programmes d’études universitaires de baccalauréat, de maîtrise et de doctorat dans plusieurs disciplines. Plus de 5000 étudiantes et étudiants provenant de partout au Canada et de l’étranger la fréquentent. Pour de plus amples renseignements sur l’Université et ses programmes d’études, vous êtes invités à consulter le site Internet www.umoncton.ca.

    L’Université de Moncton souscrit à l’équité en matière d’emploi et encourage les candidatures de toute personne qualifiée, femme, homme ou non-genrée, y compris les Autochtones, les personnes handicapées et les membres des minorités visibles. Conformément aux exigences relatives à l’immigration au Canada, la personne retenue doit, dès son embauche, avoir le droit de travailler au Canada.

    Particularités : Les candidates et les candidats possèdent le doctorat (Ph.D.) en psychologieavecune spécialisation et des travaux de recherche en psychothérapie ouautres interventions dans un des domaines de la psychologie. La priorité sera accordée aux candidates et aux candidats démontrant un bon dossier de recherche et la capacité de développer un programme de recherche subventionné dans leur domaine de spécialisation. L’expérience en enseignement au niveau universitaire est un atout,tout comme le fait d’être psychologue (membre attitré-e d’un ordre professionnel). Enfin, la maîtrise de la langue française, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit, est essentielle dès l’embauche.

    Les personnes intéressées à postuler sont priées de faire parvenir un dossier complet VIA LE SITE WEB en indiquant le numéro de référence (seules les candidatures acheminées par le site web seront considérées). Le dossier comprend : un curriculum vitae détaillé, une copie des diplômes obtenus, une copie d’au moins un article, tout document pertinent permettant d’évaluer les compétences en enseignement et le potentiel en recherche.

    Nous vous demandons aussi de soumettre aux fins de référence (en incluant le numéro de concours), trois lettres de recommandation qui devront être envoyées directement et sous pli séparé à Carole Frenette à l’adresse courriel : carole.frenette@umoncton.ca.

    Salaire : Le traitement annuel est établi selon la formation et l’expérience. Les critères servant à établir le rang professoral et l’étape de carrière sont régis parla convention collective.

    Fermeture du concours : 23 janvier 2023

    Personne ressource : Monsieur Frédéric Huppé-Gourgues, doyenpar intérim, Faculté des sciences de la santé et des services communautaires

    No. de téléphone : (506) 858-4945

    Courriel : carole.frenette@umoncton.ca

  • January 15, 2023 1:25 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Psychologist, Mental Health Care Program: https://ats.sjhc.london.on.ca/viewPosting.php?posting=49779


    Psychologist, Forensic Psychiatry Program: https://ats.sjhc.london.on.ca/viewPosting.php?posting=49970

  • January 12, 2023 5:48 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Child and Youth Mental Health Inpatient Unit at McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton

    https://hhsc.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=97401&lang=en#.Y78FxQ5vnao.mailto

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