About the Position
Ability KC, a nationally recognized comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility and leader in value-based care, is pleased to announce that we are hiring for a full-time neuropsychologist position. The position entails neuropsychological assessment of adults from a broad range of presenting diagnoses, including stroke, traumatic brain injury, and neurological disorders such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, and Huntington's disease. We have a strong network of referring neurologists in the community requesting outpatient neuropsychological assessment. Ability KC is a CARF-accredited medical rehabilitation service program which includes intensive outpatient day program though single service outpatient medical rehabilitation, with most frequent diagnostic categories of stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and amputation. The neuropsychologist provides brief neuropsychological screening when working with the treatment team to inform rehabilitation care, with comprehensive neuropsychological assessment offered in assisting with community integration and continuing recovery. The neuropsychologist is an integral member of the medical rehabilitation team. We are interested in individuals who would like to engage with program development and rehabilitation team consultation. Neuropsychologists are provided psychometrician support. For interested candidates, there are additional opportunities for research development and training/supervision of doctoral students in area programs.
The position offers an ideal opportunity for early and midcareer professionals seeking to expand knowledge and expertise in medical rehabilitation. We have a departmental goal of diversifying our clinical practice to include novel assessment paradigms and to increase efficiency of neuropsychological assessment.
The position offers competitive salary and benefits, malpractice insurance coverage, generous paid time off allowances, a yearly stipend for education, and an excellent work - life balance. Kansas City is a wonderful place to live with excellent schools, low cost of living, and all the amenities of a larger city in a smaller package.
To apply, or for more information, please visit https://abilitykc.org/contact/careers/.
Who we are:
As a Kansas City based not-for-profit since 1947, Ability KC builds brighter futures for children and adults with disabilities through medical, educational, and vocational therapeutic services. The depth, breadth, and continuum of expertise within the Ability KC team is internationally recognized through multiple accreditations and more importantly through the achievement of milestones by the individuals and families served. The Ability KC mission and culture is founded upon legacy that continues to innovate and evolve through the connectedness of team, those served, families and caregivers, referral and partner organizations, supporters, volunteers, and community. Ability KC is a designated comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility (CORF) since 2002, is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities since 1971 and is accredited through National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Ability KC is a leading hub of therapeutic services supporting the continuum of disabilities across ages. From our goal-oriented approach in services to our long-range planning, our teams are continually looking towards building a foundation of success for those we serve and our organization today and into the future. As we look ahead to the next chapter in our history, we envision a more inclusive community that prepares individuals of all varying abilities to fully participate and contribute to our community. We envision communities that are more adaptable, more inclusive, and stronger as individuals and their families' partner with Ability KC for every transition in life.
Ability KC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.