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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals

Early Childhood Psychologist
CHOP Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Early Childhood Psychologist
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is seeking a licensed psychologist with expertise in early childhood (infancy to 5 years) development and mental health. The psychologist will work full-time as part of two high-risk infant follow up programs -- CHOP’s NeuroCardiac Care Program (NCCP), which focuses on the screening, assessment and care of children who require surgery for congenital heart disease, and CHOP at Virtua’s NICU Neonatal Follow Up Program in Voorhees, NJ which provides follow up services to high risk infants after hospital discharge. In both settings the psychologist will be part of specialized multidisciplinary healthcare teams with responsibility for screening and neurodevelopmental evaluation of infants and young children. The psychologists will contribute to accurate diagnosis, provide support/education and anticipatory guidance to parents and caregivers, and guide referrals to early intervention and other therapies or community services. The psychologist will also have the opportunity to participate in clinical research conducted through these programs.

More information about a career at CHOP is available at http://www.chop.edu/careers/index.html
Additional information about this position is available by looking up requisition #: 14-32854 or by following this link: https://www.chop.edu.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=32854&CurrentPage=1
Application Process

Interested individuals are invited to apply online and to send a letter of interest and CV to Thomas Flynn, Ph.D. via e-mail (Flynnt@email.chop.edu) or using regular mail to the address listed below. Please be clear in your cover letter regarding the position(s) that interest you.

Questions about these positions should also be directed to Dr. Flynn.

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