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We’re looking for the best and brightest minds to join us at The NeuroCognitive Institute. We have nine job openings that may match your skills and expertise. Contact us for inquiries or email us your CV if you are interested.

 

Director of Pediatrics and Adolescent Clinical and Research Services

About the position

We have an opening for a full-time director position providing both clinical and clinical research services to our pediatric and adolescent patient population. This position blends clinical research with clinical responsibilities.

Clinical research time is protected, the amount of dedicated research time varies depending on funding. Clinical research funding is derived from both Investigator Initiated Studies as well as Sponsored grants. This position will require the candidate to function as a Principal Investigator in their areas of research expertise and, in some studies, as a sub-investigator assisting the research team with ongoing, as well as, upcoming clinical trials at NCI.

Clinical diagnostic related duties: These vary to some degree based on professional specialty, but generally includes: conducting neurological, neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental exams, as well as, interpreting neuropsychological test results, raw EEGs, structural brain imaging, as well as, functional brain mapping test results. Training in brain mapping procedures is provided by NCI if necessary. Other neurodiagnostic procedures can be integrated based on the candidate’s expertise.

Treatment services: NCI patients present with a variety of cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders. Some of the more common etiologies of these disorder include neurodevelopmental, acquired and traumatic brain injuries, as well as, neurodegenerative diseases. Treatment related duties are also dependent on the candidate’s training and specialty but generally includes: evaluation and patient management, individual psychotherapy including cognitive and behavioral therapy with patients and their families, as well as, behavioral health interventions, psychopharmacological consultations and treatment, neuromodulation and cognitive rehabilitation. The position also requires supervision of regional interdisciplinary clinical staff which consists of: cognitive rehab, speech and language and learning disability therapists, behaviorists, psychotherapists, research associates, technicians, fellows, residents and students.

Qualifications

The qualified candidate must have an M.D. and/or Ph.D., with training in the scientist-practitioner model with advanced clinical training in pediatric neuropsychology, cognitive/behavioral neurology with expertise in treating children and/or neurodevelopmental medicine. At least 3 years post-doctoral experience in the candidate’s field is preferred.

The candidate must be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ within the 4-5 months from hire dates and be eligible for a Medicaid provider number.

Salary and Benefits

Director level positions at NCI qualify for different financial packages. We offer a competitive base salary model with attractive bonus incentives. We also have an associate model reimbursement package which includes a department profit sharing plan once vested. An institute level profit sharing plan is also available and is another financial reimbursement packaged offered at NCI. For employees, major medical and dental coverage is offered along with paid holidays, 2 weeks of vacation and 9 sick leave days within the first year of employment.
The northern and NJ shore regions are highly desirable geographical location offering easy access to beautiful beaches, NYC, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. This position can be accompanied by a faculty position at Rutgers New Jersey Medical school; formerly RWJMS, Department of Neurology or Psychiatry. Depending on regional location; clinical appointments will include one or more of the following medical center healthcare systems: Atlantic Health; Barnabas Health; St. Clare’s, and St. Luke’s. Inpatient consultation opportunities are also available for those candidates who would like to integrate inpatient coverage with their outpatient responsibilities.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Advanced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

About the position

We have a full, part-time or per diem opening for a psychiatric nurse practitioner. This position can be at one or more of our outpatient clinic locations depending on candidate’s preferences. This position is a blend of diagnostic and treatment services to patients with primary and secondary neuropsychiatric related disorders.
Diagnostic responsibilities include ordering various laboratory studies such as genetic, pharmacogenetic, neurotransmitter, neuroendocrine, as well as, nutrient-related testing for patients with a variety of neuropsychiatric and cognitive disorders. Other diagnostic procedures include conducting psychiatric and neurological diagnostic interviews with patients and their family members and conducting psychiatric testing.
Treatment responsibilities include resolving and managing abnormalities found on laboratory testing using nutraceutical and pharmaceutical interventions, as well as, implementing a variety of behavioral health related interventions, conducting individual psychotherapy (patient population dependent on candidates training and experience) and prescribing and managing psychotropic prescriptions working within the prescription guidelines of NCI.

You will work with a team of clinical and research neuroscience experts with a wealth of educational and career advancement opportunities. Clinical research opportunities are also available for the appropriately trained candidate.

Qualifications

Qualified candidates must be licensed in the State of New Jersey and certified as a Psychiatric Advanced Nurse Practitioner with prescription privileges and at least 3 years of post master-level experience in both psychotherapy and psychotropics.

Salary and Benefits

Full time W2 employees are paid a competitive base salary with quarterly incentive bonuses, paid holidays, sick and vacation leave, as well as major medical and dental coverage. Part-time and per-diem contractors benefit from a high rate of reimbursement for services rendered.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Neurodevelopmental Director of Clinical and Research Services

About the position

We have a full-time director position opening to provide clinical and clinical research services to our pediatric and adolescent patient population. Diagnostic related duties vary to some degree based on professional specially, but generally includes: conducting neurological, neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental exams, interpreting neuropsychological test results, raw EEG, structural brain imaging, as well as functional brain mapping. Training in brain mapping procedures is provided by NCI if necessary. Other neurodiagnostic procedures can be integrated based on the candidate’s expertise.

NCI patients present with a variety of cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders due to neurodevelopmental, acquired and traumatic brain injuries. Treatment related duties are also dependent on the candidate’s training and specialty but generally includes: evaluation and patient management, individual psychotherapy including cognitive and behavioral therapy with patients and their families, as well as, behavioral health interventions, psychopharmacological consultations, neuromodulation and cognitive rehabilitation. The position also requires supervision of regional interdisciplinary clinical staff of cognitive rehab, speech and language and learning disability therapists, behaviorists, fellows, residents and students.

Qualifications

The qualified candidate must have an M.D. and/or Ph.D., with training in the scientist-practitioner model with advanced clinical training in pediatric neuropsychology, cognitive/behavioral neurology and/or neurodevelopmental medicine. At least 3 years post-doctoral experience in the candidate’s field is preferred.
The candidate must be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ within the next 4-5 months and eligible for a Medicaid provider number.

Salary and Benefits

A competitive base salary with attractive bonus incentives is part of the overall reimbursement package including a profit sharing plan once vested. The northern and NJ shore regions are highly desirable geographical location offering easy access to beautiful beaches, NYC, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. This position is accompanied by a faculty position at Rutgers New Jersey Medical school; formerly RWJMS, Department of Neurology or Psychiatry. Depending on regional location; clinical appointments will include one or more of the following medical center healthcare systems: Atlantic Health; Barnabas Health; St. Clare’s, and St. Luke’s.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychologist

About the position

We have an opening for a full-time faculty position providing both clinical and clinical research services to our pediatric and adolescent patient population. This position blends clinical research with clinical responsibilities.
Clinical research time is protected, the amount of dedicated research time varies depending on funding. Clinical research funding is derived from both Investigator Initiated Studies as well as Sponsored grants. This position will require the candidate to function as a Principal Investigator in their areas of research expertise and, in some studies, as a sub-investigator assisting the research team with ongoing, as well as, upcoming clinical trials at NCI.

Clinical diagnostic related duties
: These vary to some degree based on professional specialty, but generally includes: conducting neurological, neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental exams, as well as, interpreting neuropsychological test results, raw EEGs, structural brain imaging, as well as, functional brain mapping test results. Training in brain mapping procedures is provided by NCI if necessary. Other neurodiagnostic procedures can be integrated based on the candidate’s expertise.

Treatment services: NCI patients present with a variety of cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders. Some of the more common etiologies of these disorder include neurodevelopmental, acquired and traumatic brain injuries, as well as, neurodegenerative diseases. Treatment related duties are also dependent on the candidate’s training and specialty but generally includes: evaluation and patient management, individual psychotherapy including cognitive and behavioral therapy with patients and their families, as well as, behavioral health interventions, psychopharmacological consultations and treatment, neuromodulation and cognitive rehabilitation. The position also requires supervision of regional interdisciplinary clinical staff which consists of: cognitive rehab, speech and language and learning disability therapists, behaviorists, psychotherapists, research associates, technicians, fellows, residents and students.

Qualifications

The qualified candidate must have an M.D. and/or Ph.D., with training in the scientist-practitioner model with advanced clinical training in pediatric neuropsychology, cognitive/behavioral neurology with expertise in treating children and/or neurodevelopmental medicine. At least 3 years post-doctoral experience in the candidate’s field is preferred. Experience as a supervisor is also required.
The candidate must be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ within the 4-5 months from hire dates and be eligible for a Medicaid provider number.

Salary and Benefits

We offer a competitive base salary model with attractive bonus incentives. We also have an associate model reimbursement package which includes a department profit sharing plan once vested. For employees, major medical and dental coverage is offered along with paid holidays, 2 weeks of vacation and 9 sick leave days within the first year of employment.

The northern and NJ shore regions are highly desirable geographical location offering easy access to beautiful beaches, NYC, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. This position can be accompanied by a faculty position at Rutgers New Jersey Medical school; formerly RWJMS, Department of Neurology or Psychiatry. Depending on regional location; clinical appointments will include one or more of the following medical center healthcare systems: Atlantic Health; Barnabas Health; St. Clare’s, and St. Luke’s. Inpatient consultation opportunities are also available for those candidates who would like to integrate inpatient coverage with their outpatient responsibilities.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Pediatric Speech Language and Cognitive Rehab Therapist

About the position

This is an exciting and unique full or part-time clinical opportunity to help diagnosis and treat cognitive and language disorders in outpatients with neurodevelopmental, acquired and traumatic brain injury, as well as, neurodegenerative disorders. You will join a team of experts in diagnosing and treating cognitive and language disorders. You will be responsible for conducting diagnostic intakes and administering cognitive, language, behavioral and functional measures. You will also be responsible for treating patients across the age span with the opportunity to specialize in treating patients with specific disorders. Consultation and liaison work with schools, other institutions and clinicians is also incorporated into the full-time positions.

Qualifications

At least 3 years of experience in testing and treating patients with cognitive, speech and language disorders. We prefer candidates with additional certifications and/or training in assessing and treating various learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and written expression disorders for our pediatric and adolescent division. We offer training on a wide range of different diagnostic tests and platforms, as well as, neurocognitive rehabilitation interventions. The candidate must also be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ and have a Medicare/Medicaid or be eligible for Medicare/Medicaid provider number.

Salary and Benefits
Various financial packages are available. Competitive salary with quarterly bonuses, paid sick, vacation and holidays and other benefits available such as major medical and dental.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Director of Speech Language and Cognitive Rehab Services

About the position
This is an exciting full-time clinical and clinical research opportunity. You will lead a team of cognitive rehab and SLP therapist in helping diagnose and treat cognitive and language disorders in outpatients with neurodevelopmental, acquired and traumatic brain injury, as well as, early stage neurodegenerative disorders. You will join a team of experts in cognitive neuroscience. You will be responsible for conducting diagnostic intakes and administering cognitive, language, behavioral and other cortical functional measures. You will also be responsible for treating patients across the age span with the opportunity to specialize in treating patients with specific disorders. Consultation and liaison work with schools, other institutions and clinicians is also incorporated into the full-time positions as well as research. Supervision of junior clinical staff and SLP fellows is also required.

Qualifications
At least 3 years of experience in testing and treating patients with cognitive, speech and language disorders. We prefer candidates with additional certifications and/or training in assessing and treating various learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and written expression disorders for our pediatric and adolescent division. We offer training on a wide range of different diagnostic tests and platforms, as well as, neurocognitive rehabilitation interventions. The candidate must also be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ and have a Medicare/Medicaid or be eligible for Medicare/Medicaid provider number.
provider number.

Salary and Benefits
Various financial packages are available. Competitive salary with quarterly bonuses, paid sick, vacation and holidays and other benefits available such as major medical and dental.e also available.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Functional Brain Mapping and Neuromodulation Technician

About the position

Expand your career and knowledge in clinical neuroscience. We have a part-time or full-time position for a clinical and research Functional Brain Mapping and Neuromodulation technician with a background or experience in functional brain imaging, neuromodulation, neuropsychometry or clinical neuroscience. Functional brain mapping procedures mainly include fMRI and QEEG/LORETA. Other procedures such as DTI and NeuroQuant are also performed. Expertise or experience in one or both of these brain mapping modalities is preferred, but we are willing to train candidates that have a strong neuroscience background in related fields such as neuropsychometry or EEG/ERPs. Likewise experience in at least one neuromodulation intervention, which include EEG Neurofeedback, tDCS, tRNS, and tACS, as well as, rTMS is also preferred, but in-house training is available. This position offers a blend of clinical and research related responsibilities. The specific clinical and research duties are dependent on the skill set and experience of the candidate. Generalized duties require standardized administration of functional cortical (neuropsychological) testing both during and separate from the brain mapping appointment. In addition to performing brain imaging with children, adolescents and adults, you will also perform neuromodulaton interventions with patients. We realize that one candidate will not likely meet all the requirements for this position. For qualified candidates who have a neuroscience background we offer additional training in all aspects of this position which include: administration and scoring of functional neuropsychological tests, as well as, training on brain imaging techniques and brain mapping software; report preparation; and neuromodulation interventions. Part-time technicians typically cover 1-2 clinic locations and full-time technicians are responsibility for coverage of a geographical region either north or south NJ. Busiest hours at our clinics are from 10 am to 7 pm Monday – Friday and 10 am – 4 pm on Saturdays. We have both onsite and off-site brain mapping facilities.

Qualifications

At least a bachelors or preferably a masters level neuroscience related degree with clinical or research experience in neuroimaging and/or neuromodulation. The position can be modified or expanded for Neuroscience related Ph.D. applicants who want to apply for this opening who have fellowship training in functional neuroimaging and non-invasive brain stimulation. The functional neuroimaging Ph.D. position, and Master of Science candidates require management level responsibilities overseeing the neuroimaging lab, analyzing and preparing brain mapping reports on patients, as well as, contributing (at least 20% allocation) to ongoing research protocols. Research responsibilities also include developing protocols for new research projects within functional braining and neuromodulation. In depth knowledge of MATLABS or open source fMRI and Non-invasive brain stimulation modeling software is required such as PYTHON. Experience assessing or treating patients with psychiatric, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric disorders would be a plus. Excellent interpersonal and writing skills also required. A minimum 2 year commitment is needed if training is provided by NCI.

Salary and Benefits
A competitive base salary based on experience and educational level with attractive incentives as part of the overall reimbursement package. Other reimbursement options include part and full-time contracts. Quarterly incentive bonuses are also offered for both W2 and 1099 Contractors. The northern and NJ shore regions are highly desirable geographical location offering easy access to beautiful beaches, NYC, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. This position is accompanied by a faculty position at Rutgers New Jersey Medical school; formerly RWJMS, Department of Neurology or Psychiatry. Depending on regional location; clinical appointments will include one or more of the following medical center healthcare systems: Atlantic Health; Barnabas Health; St. Clare’s, and St. Luke’s.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Adult and Older Adolescent Clinical Psychologist

About the position

We have a part or full-time position in our Livingston, Mt. Arlington and/or Bedminster clinics for a clinical psychologist to evaluate and treat adult and older adolescent patients presenting with a variety of primary and secondary neuropsychiatric disorders. This position combines diagnostic, treatment and if interested, clinical research duties. The patient population at NCI is very varied. This position provides a pivotal role on the interdisciplinary team. Primary duties include diagnostic exams and psychiatric testing, as well as, providing individual psychological and behavioral treatments. Additional duties include integrating family consultations and developing therapeutic groups. Candidates with other specific sub-specialties are encouraged to apply. Supervision of master-level staff, medical and clinical psychology students, externs and interns is also required for full-time positions.

Qualifications

At least 2 years of post-doctoral clinical experience in clinical psychology. The candidate must also be licensed or licensed eligible in NJ and have a Medicaid or be eligible for Medicaid provider number. Post-doctoral fellowship training in clinical psychology is preferred.

Salary and Benefits

Various financial option packages are available; including salary + bonuses, practice management options, fee for service reimbursement; as well as potential for profit sharing opportunity at NCI for qualified candidates who reach a director level.

Options for academic and hospital privileges at Rutgers’s University New Jersey Medical School; as well as, Atlantic, Barnabas, and St. Luke’s University Healthcare are available. In additional Principal as well as Sub-Investigator clinical research appointments and positions are also available for qualified candidates.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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Clinical Research Coordinator

About the position

We have a part-time or full-time Level I – Level II clinical research coordinator position. This position reports to and assists the Assistant Research Manger. You will be part of the clinical research team which consists of several research team members and work with PI and SIs. This position will help support ongoing and active Phase I-IV clinical trials. The majority of the clinical trials are CNS related studies conducted with subjects presenting with a variety of cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders from pediatrics thru geriatrics. Early PK studies are also conducted on NCI’s clinical research unit. Typical CRC duties include assisting PI and SIs, source documentation and verification, managing CRFs (paper and EDC), liaison with site monitors, report and coordinating central and local IRBs and other vendors. Regional CRCs work closely with a central CRC support team to help with study start-up, regulatory, patient recruitment, medical records and scheduling.

Requirements

1) CRC must have formal training and be certified as a CCRC. Additional clinical research and clinical experience is also preferred.
2) Ability to work fluently within a team approach as well as possess strong written and verbal communication skills, solid organizational abilities and have an above average ability to attend to details.
3) A strong commitment to upholding the rights and safety of persons involved in clinical trials and an innate ability to support patients/research participants.
4). Must have a clinical neuroscience oriented background including at least 2 years of experience administering and scoring neuropsychological tests.

Reimbursement and Benefits

Competitive salary consistent with educational back-ground and years of experience. Financial incentives include quarterly financial bonuses. For W-2 employees other benefits include paid health and dental insurance and contributions to IRA.

Interested? Please fax CV to 973-440-1656 or email us at ib@neuroci.com

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