City of Prince Albert- Casual Clinical Psychologist

Reporting to the Chief of Police the Clinical Psychologist is responsible to provide clinical and psychological expertise/knowledge to the Prince Albert Police Service. The position will be responsible to oversee the overall Mental Health Strategy and perform psychological assessments for members working within high stress units and teams. The position works with the Service’s Team Leaders for Critical Incident Stress Management and Mental Health Programming.

Principle Duties & Responsibilities:

Duties and Responsibilities will include:

Lead in the creation, implementation and maintenance of a mental health strategy for the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS)

Perform psychological assessments for members working within high stress units and teams and as necessary

Work with the Chief of Police or his designate to ensure proper care and follow up for members involved in traumatic incidents.

Facilitates education and training for members on mental health and well-being.

Responsible for the development and implementation of program evaluation activities for the Mental Health Strategy.

Build solid relationships with staff

Act as a liaison with the Service’s EFAP providers and other community mental health professionals.

Position requirements:

While this position could be delivered as an employee or on a contract basis, the following is required.

Maintain regular office hours at a PAPS facility

Available for scheduled evening or weekend training or group sessions.

Represent the Prince Albert Police Service in a professional manner.

Hours to be negotiated and fixed between 20-30 hours per week. Salary is commensurate with experience with a range from $50-$75/hour, plus an optional pension plan.

Limited benefits begin after 26 continuous weeks of employment.


Required Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of theory and practices of psychology specializing in occupational stress injuries.

Knowledge of validated psychological assessment tools for evaluating fitness-for-duty.

Knowledge of best practices regarding mental health strategies and programs to maintain psychological health and well-being.

Communication and interpersonal skills to foster collaboration and partnerships to achieve desired results.

Ability to research best practices in the area of mental health and first responders.

Ability to pass the Prince Albert Police Service security clearance process.

Education, Training and Experience

PhD in Clinical Psychology preferred

Registered Psychologist in good standing with the SK College of Psychologists (or eligible registration in SK) with APE (Authorized Practice Endorsement).

Four to six years of related experience in the field of Clinical Psychology preferred.

Experience with first responders is an asset.

Experience with program development and evaluation would also be an asset.

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Posting to remain open until filled

THERAPISTS (Clinical Psychologists)

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Registered Psychologist

If you are interested in impacting people’s futures, being part of a growing and dynamic team, and taking on a leadership role; an exciting opportunity is waiting for you at the Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (LDAS) Regina Office.

LDAS Regina promotes the education, employment, wellness, and human rights of those with learning disabilities and ADHD. We accomplish this through the delivery of ADHD coaching, tutoring, GED programs, employability coaching, academic strategy support, various therapies, psychoeducational assessments, and other services to people of all ages in Regina and southern Saskatchewan.

Our Registered Psychologists play a vital role in our organization, through the completion of psycho educational assessments, delivery of approved therapies, and provision of expertise in several day-to-day activities.


· Master of Educational Psychology.

· Current registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.

· Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE)

  • Superior communication skills.

  • Proven team player.

  • Willingness and ability to take on leadership roles in a variety of circumstances.

  • A winning attitude.

  • Excellent problem-solving skills.

This position is full time, with flexible hours. We offer a comprehensive benefits package with a company matched pension plan. Starting salary is $100,000.00 annually – 199 workdays per year.

Are you interested in making a difference and impacting people’s lives?

Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to LisaH@ldas.org



The Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (www.skcp.ca), the regulatory body for psychologists, invites applications for the a part-time (.5 FTE) position of Deputy Registrar.

Reporting to the Registrar, the Deputy Registrar will, under the authority of the Psychologists Act 1997: support the work of various committees of the College as required, and support the work of the Registrar such as: develop and administer policies, research and develop advisories; register new applicants; provide information on the College at various forums. Responsibilities are performed according to the policies of the College, ethical standards, professional practice guidelines and positive public relations.

Minimum qualifications: Registered Full Practice Psychologist; 5+ yrs. of Full Practice licensure experience; regulatory and association experience is an asset; commitment to the mandate and strategic goals of the College; knowledge of professional and ethical issues, of psychology regulation, and of legislative and political processes; strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment, clear communication and analytical skills; reliable and independent work ethic; demonstrated experience in teamwork environments. Some travel and flexibility in terms of work hours are required.

Position location: Regina.

Start date: to be negotiated.

Salary range: $95,000.00 – 116,000.00 (salary will be prorated to part-time rate).

Please submit a curriculum vitae, 3 professional references, and a covering letter by February 5, 2021 to:

Saskatchewan College of Psychologists

1026 Winnipeg Street, Regina, SK S4S 8P8

E-mail: skcp@sasktel.net

Fax: (306) 352-1697

Candidates under consideration will be contacted for an interview. Should a suitable candidate not be found the competition will remain open until such time as one is found.

Clinical Psychologist

Interior Health Authority is urgently seeking a permanent full-time Clinical Psychologist to support our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) clients in Kelowna, B.C. In accordance with established vision and values of the organization and the College of Psychologists of British Columbia established standards of professional practice, this position is responsible for providing psychological services, including assessment, individual and group therapy, treatment planning and behaviour management interventions for the assigned clinical practice area(s).

In addition to direct service provision, the Clinical Psychologist contributes to ongoing quality improvement, program development, evaluation, and research. The position supports a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to service delivery within the continuum of Allied Health services. This position is based at our Kelowna Community Health Centre and will primarily support two Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams. The ACT teams utilize a team-based care treatment model for complex clients with severe and persistent psychiatric illness, and concurrent health and social challenges within outreach, community and home based settings. The ACT teams provide frequent, ongoing mental health assessments, case management, housing assistance, family support and substance use services.

This is a permanent full-time opportunity (Grade B, Grid 18). Days of work are Monday to Friday from 08:00-16:00 with weekends and start holidays off. Recognized as one of BC’s top employers, we offer progressive and diverse workplaces, a network of welcoming multi-disciplinary colleagues and a range of benefits and services to support you:

  • Relocation assistance

  • Competitive compensation

  • Recognition of previous experience in determining salary

  • Extended health and dental plan

  • Generous employer paid vacation & sick time

  • Pension plan, life insurance & LTD

  • Training and career development opportunities

We are seeking a motivated team player who brings strong psychological assessment skills including cognitive, intellectual, memory, DSM diagnosis, treatment planning. The successful candidate will demonstrate significant capability in the provision of individual and group evidence based psychological therapies and behavioural consultation, with clients presenting complex psychiatric/substance misuse concerns.

Community: The vibrant and growing city of Kelowna has so much on offer for professionals and families to enjoy such as local ski hills, restaurants, vineyards, golfing, hiking and biking trails, amazing beaches and a diverse arts and culture scene. Come live, work and play where others only vacation.


  • Ph.D. in Psychology or equivalent from a university or school recognized by the College of Psychologists’ of British Columbia, with an approved pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology.

  • Current registration with the College of Psychologists’ of British Columbia (or eligible for registration).

  • Five years recent related experience in clinical psychology in the assigned clinical practice area(s).


  • Assessment and Treatment

  • Teaching

  • Knowledge Integration

  • Communication

  • Critical Thinking

  • Human Caring and Relationship Centered Practice

  • Management

  • Leadership

  • Teamwork

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