Psychometrist


About us:

McKenzie Zayed is a longstanding psychology practice located in London, Ontario. We offer a variety of psychological services. We provide treatment for individuals of all ages in a variety of formats (i.e., individual therapy, couple therapy, family therapy, parenting guidance), and address a diversity of issues and concerns. We also conduct specialized trauma and attachment assessments for children and adolescents, and psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents, and adults. We offer workshops and presentations on various topics within the field of Clinical Psychology. Additionally, we provide clinical supervision and professional consultation.

Our practice is dynamic, collegial, and growth-oriented. Our team is comprised of both early-career and more seasoned professionals, and we meet regularly for case consultation and to focus on our professional growth and development. While we place a high value on professional freedom and autonomy, we also offer a high level of support and stability for our associates. We provide full administrative support, all office supplies and amenities, and parking at no cost. Our practice has an excellent reputation and a well-established referral base.

Position:

We are seeking an associate to join our practice and provide psychometric services to assist in the completion of psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents and adults. A Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Psychology is required.

Primary responsibilities will involve the administration and scoring of the following standardized psychoeducational measures: WISC-V, WAIS-IV, and WIAT III. Experience in independently administering and scoring these core tests is required. Experience with other psychometric tests is not required for this position; assistance in learning additional tests will be provided.

This is casual position with flexible work hours.

To apply:

Please submit your cover letter and CV to Dr. Richard Zayed by email (info@mckenziezayed.ca).

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