Position Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Location Huntington, WV
Job Description The Department of Neurology at Marshall University's School of Medicine is seeking a Pediatric Neuropsychologist to join our faculty, which currently includes a board certified adult neuropsychologist, two part-time psychometrists, three pediatric neurologists, and ten adult providers. The Department of Neurology is part of the most comprehensive healthcare provider group in the region (Marshall Health, Inc., a provider-based facility of Cabell Huntington Hospital) and provides services for individuals with a diverse range of neurological conditions.

The Pediatric Neuropsychologist will provide comprehensive outpatient neuropsychological evaluations to a pediatric population with a wide variety of neurodevelopmental and cognitive disorders. Referral sources include providers throughout the Marshall Health provider group and throughout the region. Opportunities exist to develop specialty interests. Research is encouraged and there are opportunities to teach psychology doctoral students, medical students, and residents.

Required Qualifications:
" One-year APA/CPA-accredited Internship
" Doctoral degree from an APA/CPA-accredited Clinical Psychology program
" Two-year post-doctoral fellowship with specialization in Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychology
" Licensed as a Psychologist in the state of West Virginia or license eligible
" Board certified (ABPP) or board eligible. Board certification within four years of hire date would be required.

Full fringe benefit program consistent with all other full-time faculty at the School of Medicine including annual and sick leave, comprehensive health insurance and a defined contribution retirement program with 6% employee/employer(s) matching contributions, subject to IRS limits.

Living in Huntington, West Virginia/Tri-State Region:
Huntington is situated along the Ohio River in Cabell County, which is located in the western portion of WV and borders KY and OH. The city lies among the western foothills of the Appalachian Mountains making it an ideal residence for outdoors enthusiasts. Huntington is a "college town" and offers numerous sporting and cultural opportunities as well as a flourishing dining scene.

Second year post-docs and early career neuropsychologists are encouraged to apply. Please send CV, three references, and two de-identified work samples to:

Michelle Hudson, PsyD, ABPP
Assistant Professor
Director of Neuropsychology