Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals is currently hiring for a full-time position available in the Neuropsychology Department of our Lincoln, NE Campus.
Clinical responsibilities of this position include outpatient neuropsychological assessment and inpatient rehabilitation counseling with patients and families. The psychologist will perform detailed neuropsychological assessments with a broad range of diagnostic groups, including persons with traumatic brain injury, mild TBI, stroke, dementia, and other neurological disorders. Madonna provides several outpatient multidisciplinary clinics which provide opportunities for briefer assessments. The psychologist will also work within our CARF-accredited inpatient traumatic brain injury acute rehabilitation program, providing cognitive assessments, psychoeducation and rehabilitation counseling for patients and families, and consultation with our interdisciplinary team.
Training and experience in neuropsychology is required, and experience with medical and rehabilitation psychology is preferred. Experience across the entire spectrum of age groups, including pediatrics and geriatrics is a plus, although not required. Board certification or eligibility is a helpful qualification, although not required to be considered for the position. A doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program is expected. Must possess current NE licensure or eligible to obtain licensure within 14 months of hire.
The psychologist would join a collegial and experienced department of psychologists and counselors, including board-certified neuropsychologists. We typically have practicum students training in our facility through our relationships with the University of Nebraska and other local colleges. Frequent opportunities for departmental didactic training as well as transdisciplinary interaction and training are available. Opportunities often exist for the supervision of trainees, as well as research involvement with our Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering.
Lincoln, Nebraska is a vibrant city of over 288,000 in the eastern part of the state, about fifty miles from Omaha. In 2019, Lincoln was rated as among the top ten "best places to live," according to Livability.com, due to its affordable housing, high quality schools, many modern amenities, and the presence of the University of
Nebraska/Lincoln and other educational institutions.
To apply for this position, please contact: Angela Kugler, Human Resources, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, 5401 South Street Lincoln, NE 68506 402-413-4337; or Dr. Travis Groft, Director of Neuropsychology (Madonna Lincoln Campus), 402-413-3547, or apply online at www.madonna.org