Position Clinical Neuropsychologist - Neurology Group Practice
Location Danbury, CT
Job Description Associated Neurologists of Danbury, a large, well-established neurology practice in southwestern Connecticut, is seeking applications for a full-time Clinical Neuropsychologist. Responsibilities include providing neuropsychological assessment services in our outpatient Neuropsychology Department and Memory Care Center. The ideal candidate will have expertise in the assessment of neurological disorders, including dementias, stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, and TBI. Although the clinical focus is primarily on adults, there is opportunity for pediatric work for interested candidates.

Associated Neurologists is the area's largest neurology practice with offices in Danbury, New Milford, Southbury, and Waterbury, Connecticut. We are a growing and progressive practice offering state of the art electronic medical records and current treatment protocols in both medicine and psychology. Our practice is comprised of 3 neuropsychologists, 9 neurologists, 3 physician assistants, 2 clinical psychologists, Physical therapists and Physical therapist assistants, infusion nurses, EEG technologists, and Clinical Research coordinators. We also have a large billing and support staff. Danbury, CT is located within an hour drive of New York City.

The health care system in general, and the practice of neuropsychology in particular, are undergoing rapid changes. As part of a large neurology group practice affiliated with Danbury Hospital, we are well-positioned to thrive in the evolving health care system. However, continued flexibility and innovation in the delivery of our services are critical to maintaining a competitive edge in the future.

Applicants should be licensed or license-eligible in Connecticut. Requirements include a Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA-accredited program in clinical psychology or neuropsychology and completion of a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology. In addition to these minimal requirements, the successful candidate will be an energetic, flexible, and personable individual who is enthusiastic about developing innovative approaches to the practice of neuropsychology in the changing health care environment. Board-certified or board-eligible applicants are preferred. We welcome applications from early-career neuropsychologists. Applicants with the ability to conduct assessments with Spanish-speaking individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package.

Please send a cover letter and a CV via email to Dr. Erin Lasher Jacobstein at elasher@assocneuro.com or via fax to (203) 790-6375.