Licensed Psychologist Employment Opportunity in Clinical Child Psychology, with Primary Focus on Psychological Testing and Assessment

MindSights– a psychological assessment clinic serving infants, toddlers, children, adolescents, and young adults– is seeking an Oregon Licensed Psychologist to join our established team. We currently have a position available for a Psychological Services Provider II.

Employment Application (downloads fillable .pdf) | Provider II Job Description (downloads .pdf)

MindSights is committed to providing comprehensive, client-tailored psychological evaluation services, integrating the best science with compassionate and collaborative practice. We provide comprehensive psychological assessment services to people affected by learning disabilities, complex psychiatric conditions, neurodevelopmental disorders, attachment disruptions due to foster care placement, and/or developmental/relational trauma. We serve many children and young adults from relatively privileged social and economic backgrounds, as well as many children from populations that have been traditionally marginalized within society (including children in foster care; children who are members of ethnic/cultural minority groups; and children and youth who identify as members of sexual- or gender-minority groups).

Successful candidates will have a firm grounding in the science and practice of psychometric assessment, excellent interpersonal skills, and an appreciation of the effects of neurocognitive development on emotional/psychological adjustment in various life stages. A commitment to expanding one’s knowledge of the impact of cultural, traumatic, neurocognitive, and socioeconomic factors on psychological development and familial functioning is essential. MindSights places high value on collaborative practice, inter-professional communication, and professional satisfaction.

This is an ideal opportunity for early-career Oregon Licensed Psychologists who hopes to expand not only their expertise with psychological testing, but also their understanding of human neurodevelopment, child psychopathology, cultural/socioeconomic factors impacting a person’s functioning, and dynamics involved in inter-professional collaboration.

Salary is variable, depending upon experience and clinical productivity (compensation is derived from Minimum Base Salary plus productivity bonuses). Typically between $68,000 and $86,400 per annum.

If interested, please respond with an email to with:

(1) a letter indicating your Statement of Interest in the position;

(2) a copy of your Curriculum Vitae;

(3) a Psychological Assessment report work sample, blinded for confidentiality; and

(4) a completed MindSights Employment Application form (downloads fillable .pdf)

MindSights is an equal opportunity, at-will employer.