Rush Neurobehavioral Center is a section of Rush University Medical Center’s Department of Behavioral Sciences. We empower children, teens, and young adults with social, emotional, and learning challenges to build on their strengths and thrive in life and relationships. We live our mission through exceptional service, clinical and educational innovation, and ground-breaking research.
Rush offers a very attractive benefits package and competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
Rush NeuroBehavioral Center is seeking a Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist. RNBC provides a unique, multi-disciplinary setting in which the candidate will serve alongside other clinicians, researchers, and an Educational Service Team.
Our goal is to be a nationally recognized hub of clinical and educational innovations that help children master social, emotional, and academic challenges. The Clinical Psychologist will play a key role in achieving that vision by providing exceptional patient care and assisting in the development and implementation of new clinical programs and services. Patient care primarily involves conducting comprehensive neuropsychological/psychological assessments, but can also include therapy, parent support and consultation.
Strong applicants have well-developed neuropsychological and/or psychoeducational assessment skills and experience with children and adolescents. Individual, group and/or family therapy experience a plus. The ideal candidate will have multiple years of experience in a clinical setting treating children with social, emotional, and learning challenges. A capacity and desire to develop and implement successful and innovative clinical services or programs is a plus. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical or school psychology from an APA-accredited program. Candidates must be licensed or license-eligible in the State of Illinois.
This is an excellent opportunity for a clinician who shares our strengths-based approach and our ambition to make a mark in the field.
Interested applicants should respond with current CVs and statements of interest to:
William J Krech, III
Rush University Medical Center
1725 W. Harrison St., Ste. 964
Chicago, Illinois 60612
Rush NeuroBehavioral Center is seeking an Administrative Assistant II (Assistant) to join its dynamic and service-oriented Administrative Team. The Assistant provides the highest level of administrative support to the Medical Director/Physician. Positive energy with keen and professional interpersonal skills will thrive in this position as it demands high standards for service to our patients and their families, collaborating providers, and other key stakeholders. The individual works collaboratively in a team environment and exemplifies the Rush mission, vision, and values.
The Administrative Assistant 2 is first and foremost a relationship-builder dedicated to a high level of service. The Assistant is extremely detail oriented and can manage multiple projects and requests simultaneously. The Assistant is accountable and proactive when it comes to correcting errors or mistakes, and is a strong team player.
Knowledge Proficiency in MS Office 2007 and higher (especially Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and in Epic or similar system required. Some knowledge of neurobehavioral disorders and related medications and other treatments a plus.
Skills Excellent professional communication skills, written and oral, are essential. Experience and/or coursework in business writing a plus. Editing skills are also a plus.
Abilities The position can be highly independent at times, so the ability to work, set priorities, and manage deadlines independently is key. Must also have the ability to anticipate the needs of others and act accordingly in a timely manner. Must be capable of exercising sound judgment when dealing with confidential matters.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage complex and detailed scheduling of clinic and non-clinic appointments, meetings, conference calls, etc. for the Medical Director/Physician.
- Works as the administrative team member for the Medical Team, carrying out special projects and maintaining smooth Medical Team operations.
- Responsible for preparing charts and other patient documentation for Medical Director’s clinic days, including preparation for downtown and California clinics.
- Works closely with RNBC’s Advanced Practice Nurse to ensure smooth coordination of all patient prescription requests.
- Ensures timeliness of response to patients, families, visitors, donors, and all customers.
- Build and maintain strong rapport with Physician’s patient families through high levels of service and effective communication.
- Create, manage, and maintain files, correspondence, data management and reports.
- Support the Director in oversight of current licensing by tracking Continued Medical Education (CME) credits and ensuring awareness of relevant conferences and other CME opportunities.
- Edits and/or prepares documents, complex reports, and presentations as needed.
- Assists with speaking engagement preparations, including designing and/or editing presentations, arranging related meetings, coordinating travel, and ensuring proper reimbursement.
- Arranges travel and lodging for invited faculty candidates, creating itineraries, sending announcements, and preparing expense reports.
Interested applicants should respond with current resume and cover letter to:
Kiersten Rippeteau, PHR