Permanent Part Time Psychologist

Permanent Part Time Psychologist

Permanent Part Time Psychologist

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Permanent, Part Time (0.8 FTE) Psychologist

Hours of Work: 29 hours weekly with flexibility and hybrid possibility

Hourly rate: $51.71 – $56.55

A non-profit, accredited organization, Ongwanada is dedicated to supporting people with developmental disabilities, with a particular focus on those with complex needs and their families so that they can lead full lives, effectively supported in their communities.

Ongwanada (Kingston) is seeking a permanent psychologist to join our existing staff of two Psychologists and five Behaviour Therapists.   We support individuals across the life span with developmental and acquired disabilities that require assistance in their daily living.  The Psychology and Community Behaviour Services team completes assessment, treatment, and consultation and uses a biopsychosocial framework to improve the quality of life for individuals in residential and community care settings.

Why practice with us:       As a member of the PS/CBS team, we can offer a collegial, collaborative, and supportive work environment.   Work within the department encompasses all the core competencies (Assessment & Evaluation, Intervention & Consultation, Ethics & Standards, Research), and can include brief or full psychometric assessment, psychotherapy (8 to 12 session), case review and formulation, and parent consultation or psychoeducation.  At Ongwanada, interdisciplinary work with other allied health professionals (such as OT, PT, Social Work, Nursing, and Psychiatry) is available and encouraged.  Registered Psychologists within our department will also provide supervision of non-regulated practitioners, and can join the Kingston Internship Consortium committee to supervise doctoral residents through their internship year. We offer an excellent benefits package and promote healthy work life balance.

Find out more about the organization in this video.

Kingston, Ontario, is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat people.  It is equidistant from Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario and the Rideau Canal.   Kingston is a stunning, historic city that consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in Canada.  Kingston has been described as a city that has all the amenities of a large urban centre, yet maintains a small-town charm. Its three post-secondary institutions – Queen’s University, the Royal Military College of Canada and St. Lawrence College – make it a hub for innovation; a city with a growing economy and thriving industries.  Simply put, it is a great place to relocate to for the purpose of study or to advance a career.

VisitKingston produced this beautiful video that gives you a snapshot of what the region has to offer.

Here’s a sneak peak of what to expect.

Submit your CV and cover letter with reference to File No: OP-22-16
to: or give us a call at 613-CONNECT.

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