Permanent Full Time Psychometrist

Permanent Full Time Psychometrist

Permanent Full Time Psychometrist

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File No: OP-22-204
Date Posted: October 5, 2022
Closing Date: October 12, 2022
Location: Ongwanada Resource Centre
Hours of Work: 36.5 hours weekly
Wage: Hourly: Start- $32.22 – $38.83
Annually: $60,744 – $73,185

POSITION:   The Psychometrist provides psychological services to individuals with developmental disabilities who are persons served of Ongwanada, under the general direction and supervision of a registered Psychologist.


  • Working under the general supervision of a Psychologist, utilizing interview techniques and standardized methods of assessment observation, measurement and analysis in carrying out cognitive, adaptive, behavioral and/or related assessments of persons served;
  • Working under the general supervision of a registered Psychologist, interpreting results of assessments to the persons served, colleagues, referring agencies and other concerned and involved persons, through written and oral reports.
  • Working under the general supervision of a registered Psychologist, utilizing behavioral, counseling and/or related techniques to ameliorate maladaptive behaviors and to promote appropriate behaviors and adjustment in clients;
  • Assisting in the development, monitoring and assessment of Behavioural Support Plans;
  • Providing assessment reports/consultations for Support Plans, Behavioural Support Plans as required.
  • Assisting a Psychologist in carrying out basic and applied research and program evaluation, including development of more effective training techniques
  • Assisting in conveying to Ongwanada staff and/or other relevant persons, knowledge and understanding of psychological principles and applications;
  • Assisting in organizing, supervising and evaluating the training of students in relevant disciplines.

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  • Master’s degree in Psychology and a graduate course in assessment or experience in assessment and intervention;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships;
  • Knowledge of procedures, policies and professional standards;
  • Must possess a valid G Driving License with full driving privileges, insurances and have access to own vehicle;
  • Must successfully complete and maintain certification in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention as per Ongwanada policies;
  • Experience in the field of developmental disabilities would be an asset.

Please note consideration will be given to internal bargaining unit members before proceeding with external applicants.

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