We are looking for dynamic psychologists who are passionate about making a meaningful impact to our clients and their families’ lives in the community. We are interested in meeting Educational, Clinical, Developmental and Research Psychologists at the Master and PhD levels. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with us.
Psychologist – Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC)
Overview of Programmes
The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) provides therapy and educational support services for infants and young children with special needs. We partner Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) providing EIPIC to ensure that we can meet the demand of psychologists’ services in the sector.
You will work in trans-disciplinary team with other professionals and provide evidence-based services such as assessments, behaviour management, therapeutic intervention services, and psychoeducation for parents and staff. Carrying out home visits, ongoing development work and conducting programme evaluation to assess effectiveness of initiatives are other aspects of the work we do. As a CPH Psychologist, you will also have the chance to move laterally across different VWOs to gain wider clinical experiences. Continual clinical training, professional supervision as well as opportunities for research will be provided to develop your expertise in the area of your work.
The applicant should have:
- A minimum of Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and/or Educational Psychology from an accredited university, with a practicum component
- Eligibility for Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) and Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP) registration
- Experience in clinical settings and/or working with/in VWOs will be an advantage
- Effective interpersonal skills, good psychological report writing skills and be able to work in trans-disciplinary team
If you are keen to explore a career at the Community Psychology Hub, please send your latest CV, along with your educational certificates and transcripts to Wong.CheeHuey@cph.sg.
Community Research Psychologist
We are looking for energetic and creative individuals to join our Community Research Team (CRT), to support the development and piloting of new assessment and intervention approaches. As such there will be plenty of opportunities for implementing research activities in the community that support social services for people with disabilities or inform social policies and planning.
The successful applicant will work with different stakeholders, research partners, principal investigators, and research staff in developing, evaluating, implementing, interpreting, and communicating research policies, proposals, plans, and findings across multiple research projects and platforms. He or she plays a main role in the presentation of results and reports to clients, including the recommendations and ensuring that the results are communicated clearly via publications and presentations, as well as translate research findings into practice.
Specific Responsibilities include:
- Strong passion in community and disability research
- You will work with a team of PIs and researchers, under the direction of the Head of Research to conduct innovative and impactful research, implementation, and evaluation studies related to life span developmental disabilities, early intervention, caregiving, work supports and life transitions, etc.
- Produce research findings that will influence policies and practices related to persons with disability (across the lifespan), and families with complex social, psychological, and support needs.
- As a Principal Investigator (PI) and/or a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI), you will conceptualise, manage, conduct, analyse, interpret, report, and communicate various research projects and findings.
- Provide input and support to other team members’ research projects.
- Influence, manage, monitor and ensure the integrity of any collaborative relationships with other research partners.
- Present and publish research findings at important avenues together with other team members.
- Teach, train, and supervise other researchers and psychologists.
The applicant should have
- A PhD in Psychometrics, Quantitative, Qualitative, or Research Psychology with strong foundation in Statistics and Research Methodology is required.
- Preferably has been a Co-PI in at least one research project apart from your Masters or Ph.D. dissertation.
- Published in international referee journals and presented at conferences.
- Both quantitative and qualitative research skills.
- Relevant background in life-span developmental psychology of disabilities as well as family, education and clinical psychology.
- Effective interpersonal skills, report writing and communication skills, and leadership cum team player qualities.
- Expertise in advanced statistical methods (e.g. Structural Equation Modelling, Hierarchical Linear Modelling, and Multilevel Modelling, Rasch Analysis, Time-Series Analysis), scale construction and validation, program evaluation, and implementation science.
- Experience in project, research, and team
If you are interested in applying for this challenging and exciting job, please send your CV with specifications corresponding to the requirements, a sample research publication along with your educational certificates and transcripts to Lim.PuayHong@cph.sg. Salary will commensurate with relevant qualifications and experience. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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