Psychometrists administer and score neuropsychological, psychological, personality and academic tests for patients with mild to severe traumatic brain injury, neurological diseases, psychological health issues or learning disabilities, or for psychological or neuropsychological research. The psychometrist is skilled in the administration and scoring of objective neuropsychological and psychological test batteries and management of the care, storage and inventory of neuropsychological and psychological test materials, as well as patient test data. The psychometrist performs duties under the general supervision of licensed neuropsychologists and psychologists. The supervising neuropsychologist/ psychologist provides technical and clinical guidance and uses the assessments and reports that the psychometrist performs and prepares to assist in diagnosing and preparing treatment plans for patients or to recommend treatment to patients referring doctors.
A bachelor degree in psychology or another health science field along with specialized training and experience in the areas of psychometrics and assessment procedures. (Required)
Minimum of one (1) year of experience administering and scoring psychological tests/measures is required. (Required)
One (1) year of job-related experience working with children/adolescents is required. (Required)
One (1) year of experience administering and scoring neuropsychological tests is preferred. Equivalent combinations of education and testing experience will be considered. (Preferred)
Basic computer skills are required; data entry skills are preferred. (Preferred)
CSP Certified Specialist in Psychometry (Preferred)