Psychological Assistant Bachelor Jobs Vacancy in The Workers Compensation Board Edmonton
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Psychological Assistant Bachelor Jobs Vacancy in The Workers Compensation Board Edmonton Jobs Details:
Millard Health - Edmonton, AB
Temporary, Full-Time Position
At WCB-Alberta, we make a meaningful impact in the lives of working Albertans. We are a not-for-profit organization legislated to administer the workers' compensation system for the province. When any Alberta worker is hurt on the job, we are here to help. We provide compensation and benefits for workplace injuries and occupational diseases to over 1.7 million workers.
Every day, we work hard to make a positive difference in the lives of our customers. At WCB-Alberta, you too can make a difference.
- Completing file reviews and providing summaries.
- Setting up referrals to other providers within and outside of Alberta.
- Liaising with authorized and non-authorized psychologists and other providers.
- Assisting with administering psychometric assessments (including behavioral observations) for staff psychologists.
- Completing and monitoring family counselling referrals.
- Updating and maintaining provider listings.
- Contributing to approved research projects.
- Providing education and training to Case Managers on psychosocial issues.
- Facilitating educational workshops for injured workers with psychosocial barriers.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in a Psychology Program with some related experience in a similar environment.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills.
- Ability to provide written work at a professional level with an understanding of relevant psychological knowledge.
- Good knowledge of rehabilitation practices and familiarity with community resources.
$68,455.68 to $88,008.12
In accordance with the HSAA Collective Agreement
This is a long-term, full-time position for approximately one year with the possibility of extension and/or permanency.