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The Assessment and Resource Center for Autism and Neurodiversity (ARC) is looking to add an Assessment Specialist/Psychometrist to join our purpose-driven, values-based team in Frisco, Texas.
The ideal candidate is passionate about helping families with children with special needs by elevating the standard of assessments to determine the best course of treatment.
This position is an excellent opportunity to start your career in Psychology by joining an innovative growing team of professionals who will help you develop in your career, including providing support with ongoing training and certifications.
The right applicant will be a self-starter who demonstrates honor, integrity, and compassion while committed to continuous learning.
The right person will be primarily responsible for properly administering and scoring neuropsychological and psychological tests as defined in the competencies for a Psychometrist. Responsibilities include providing written summaries of patients’ behavior during testing and writing data summaries of tests administered for clinical analysis.
- Administer and score neuropsychological and psychological tests as defined in competencies for a Psychometrist I.
- Score tests administered, including objective personality tests administered by supervising clinical psychologist.
- Provide a written summary of the patient’s behavior during testing, including any interactions with the patient’s parents or peers that may be observed incidentally.
- Write data summaries of tests administered for clinical analysis by a clinical psychologist.
- Attend training conferences offered by the supervising clinical psychologist and outside organizations.
- Participate in establishing job requirements and goals; perform duties at the desired level of competency.
- Review and ensure timeliness, accuracy, availability, and security of information.
- Comply with Infection Control and Health and Safety policies and procedures.
- Understands, adheres to, and models Core Standards as defined organizationally and specifically within the practice.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's Degree
- One year of experience with special needs
- Basic knowledge of Psychometry and psychological test administration
- Interest in working with others and helping individuals with autism and neurodiversity
- Good communication and interpersonal skills, including consistently demonstrating a friendly demeanor and positive attitude
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Proactive thinker and detailed planner
- Ability to handle information confidentially
- Meticulous attention to detail and a high level of accuracy
- Ability to multitask and thrive in a fast-paced environment
- Experience meeting regular deadlines
- Ability to continually learn and grow in your knowledge base within this field
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel
The Assessment and Resource Center for Autism and Neurodiversity (ARC) exists to elevate the standard of assessment and course of treatment for neuropsychological conditions, focusing on individuals with special needs. Dr. Gayoso and her team have a purpose-driven approach to revolutionizing and facilitating the understanding, application, and advancement of treatment for neuropsychological conditions.
Dr. Gayoso and the team at ARC strive to demonstrate and promote integrity, compassion, honesty, and discipline in every interaction to inspire a growth mindset with the outcome of neuropsychological awareness.
Dr. Gayoso has extensive experience in various evaluations and testing for: Autism, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Mood/Personality Disturbance, Psychiatric Diagnostic Considerations, Developmental Delays, & Neuropsychological functioning.
ARC provides a thorough neuropsychological evaluation to optimize a treatment plan and intervention schedule. Dr. Gayoso helps individuals and families formulate a personalized plan to target the person’s total needs.
ARC provides twelve days of PTO per year plus six days of sick leave and paid time off for federal holidays. ARC also provides support with ongoing training and certifications to help with your career path and advancement.
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