Career Opportunities

Pediatric Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship -

The MCC neuropsychology postdoctoral fellowship (neuropsych postdoc) satisfies all clinical practice and supervision requirements for Oklahoma licensure. Furthermore, if the postdoctoral fellow chooses the option of completing a second year of neuropsych postdoc, he or she will be eligible for board certification in clinical neuropsychology. Supervision is provided by Dr. Lori Holmquist-Day, who is board certified in clinical neuropsychology. The postdoc year(s) will be heavy on assessment, with the requirement of three neuropsych evals per week. The postdoc will gain experience with a range of neuropsychological disorders, including central nervous system and genetic disorders, as well as developmental disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder. The postdoc will also carry a caseload of five individual/family/PCIT therapy clients. Interested persons are invited to send their CV and a letter of interest to Dr. Gant Ward at moorepsy@gmail.com.

 

Speech-Language Pathologist -

The Moore Autism Center (MAC) is seeking a full-time, fully licensed Speech-Language Pathologist to enhance its specialized behavioral health services. The successful applicant will have an entrepreneurial spirit; have the ability to build an SLP practice, including the training and supervision of Clinical Experience Interns and SLP/As; and be an excellent provider in his or her own right.
The successful applicant will primarily work closely with the MAC’s child psychologists on issues related to communication disorders and pervasive developmental disorders, especially autism. Also, the SLP will play an important role in the center’s production of integrated, multi-specialty reports, which will eventually include occupational therapy as well. It is anticipated that the position will grow over time into a Director of Speech-Language Pathology services within the most respected Autism Services Center in the state.
Control your schedule with flexible clinic hours. Escape the bureaucratic red tape; pointless meetings; and redundant, time-consuming paperwork of agency and school work. Allow our excellent support staff to accomplish all of the authorizations, scheduling, billing, collecting so that you can spend your time making a difference in children’s lives.
Compensation Options:
Annual Salary: Up to $54,000 based on experience/specialization (e.g., autism), Plus bonus pay for Supervision of Interns/Assistants
Commission Pay: Potential for $65k+, Plus bonus pay for Productivity and Supervision of Interns/Assistants
 
Benefits: Health/Dental Insurance; Vacation Leave; Sick Leave; Holidays; Matching Retirement Plan; New, Private, Furnished Office.
Interested professionals are encouraged to send their CV to Dr. Gant Ward at moorepsy@gmail.com.

 

Occupational Therapist -

The MCC is seeking a full-time, fully licensed Occupational Therapist to enhance its behavioral health services. The successful applicant will primarily work closely with the group’s child psychologists on issues related to gross motor and fine motor skills deficits in children with pervasive developmental disorders, especially autism. It is anticipated that the position will grow over time into a Director of Occupational Therapy services, within the most respected  Autism Services Center in the state. Flexible scheduling is available. Patient management services are provided. Interested persons are invited to send their CV and a letter of interest to Dr. Gant Ward at moorepsy@gmail.com.