Interior Health is seeking a Clinical Psychologist to support mental health clients at the Hillside Psychiatric Centre and South Hills Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centre in Kamloops, B.C.

This Clinical Psychologist is responsible for providing psychological services, including assessment, individual and group therapy, treatment planning and behaviour management interventions. The position will contribute to quality improvement, program development, evaluation and research and education.

Hillside is a 44 bed tertiary facility providing specialized mental health services and programs within Neuropsychiatry, Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry with a focus on diagnosis and stabilization.

South Hills consists of two 20 bed units designed for the treatment of adults with serious and persistent symptoms of mental illness with a program focus on psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery.

We offer progressive and diverse workplaces, a network of multi-disciplinary colleagues, exciting development opportunities and a range of benefits and services to support you throughout your career.

Kamloops is one of BC’s sunniest cities and home to 90,000 residents. The area offers affordable housing, a range of retail, services and businesses. The surrounding landscape of rivers, mountains, lakes and grasslands means unsurpassed opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation.


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).

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School Psychologist – 1.0 Temporary 10-Month Position

(August 25, 2021 – June 30, 2022)

Applicants are requested to submit an online application at https://www.spsd.sk.ca/workforsps/Pages/default.aspx#/=.

At least three references are required.

The closing date for applications is Thursday, June 18, 2021.

Applications are encouraged from persons of Aboriginal ancestry

as we strive to develop a representative workforce.

Saskatoon Public Schools wish to thank all applicants for their interest.

However, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools invites applications for a temporary position (1.0 FTE August, 2021 to June, 2022) for a Registered Psychologist (School Psychologist).

The psychologist will administer comprehensive psychological assessments. The psychologist will work closely with students, families, and school-based staff to plan effective interventions based on the student’s identified needs.

Areas of responsibility include:

• To administer a psychological assessment to students

• To collaborate with families and school-based teams to make school program recommendations and plan interventions

Qualifications for this position include:

• Be of Catholic Faith

• Possess a Master of Education or Master of Arts Degree with specialization in School Psychology, Educational Psychology or Clinical Psychology

• Be registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists

• Eligible for a Professional “B” Teacher’s Certificate

Preference will be given to candidates who:

• Have an understanding of First Nations and Métis World View

• Have strong interpersonal and communication skills

• Have shown strengths in the areas of organization and time management

• Have previous work experience as a member of an inter-disciplinary team Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is committed to achieving and maintaining a workforce, which reflects and affirms the diversity of our school division. Applications are encouraged from First Nations and Métis candidates.

Further inquiries may be directed to Tammy Shircliff, Superintendent of Education (306) 659-7090 or email tshircliff@gscs.ca.

Candidates seeking this position must complete the online application process http://www.applitrack.com/gscs/onlineapp/ - Job Opportunity 2049. Applicants must provide a résumé, including parish affiliation and involvement, along with contact information for at least three professional references on or before 12:00 p.m., Friday, June 4, 2021.

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Employment Opportunity

SHA (Prairie North)


Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted

Director Forensic Services/Chief Psychologist

Posting #: GO-00629748-1

Position #: 122272

Posted Date: May 18, 2021, 17:00 CST

Type: Permanent Full Time

City/Town: North Battleford

Facility: Saskatchewan Hosptial

Department: Psychology

Geographic Location: North Battleford

Expected Start Date: May 31, 2021

FTE: 1.0

Shift Information:

Hours of Work: In a 1 week rotation: 5 shifts of 7.5 hours

Salary or Pay Band: Salary and benefits as per terms and conditions of employment

Number of Positions: 1

Job Summary:

The Director Forensic Services/Chief Psychologist (Director) is a key leader in Saskatchewan health care, partnering with system leaders to achieve our provinces healthcare goals. Reporting to the Executive Director Primary Health Care NWS, the Director is responsible for contributing to the development and achievement of strategy by articulating gaps and needs. The Director supports strategy through the development and execution of operational and business plans, including cascading, monitoring, reporting, and course correction of same. The Director demonstrates strong leadership to enable an innovative and positive working climate and a client-centric culture. The Director must work cross functionally within the portfolio and across the organization to support operations. The Director will develop partnerships and work closely with system and community partners.


· Seven to 10 years’ experience in the provision of psychology services

· Experience, at an operational level, as a leader who has developed and led innovative planning and programs in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment.

· Seven (7) plus years in a leadership position with progressive advancement.


Required Qualifications:

· A recognized Doctorate in Psychology

· Licensed and in good standing with professional association and/or regulatory body, if applicable

· Valid Class 5 Driver's license

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

· Demonstrates and is recognized for strategic and operational leadership that includes articulation of mission, vision and strategy and charts a path forward

· Demonstrates commitment to a diverse, culturally competent and culturally safe health system and representative workforce

· Exemplifies ethical practices, professionalism and personal integrity

· Has a proven ability to collaborate and partner with a wide variety of stakeholders, including community, to balance the needs and interests of these diverse groups while ensuring effective use of resources

· Has demonstrated ability to coach and develop others

· Has demonstrated strong critical thinking, financial and analytical skills

· Has demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills

· Is committed to delivering on Patient and Family Centered Care

· Is committed to quality, safety and continuous improvement striving towards zero harm

· Knowledge of legislation and applicable laws

· Knowledge of the healthcare system in Saskatchewan

· Mobilizes people, inspires and leads by example

· Promotes innovation, guides change and is committed to continuous improvement

Other information:

· Travel within the province of Saskatchewan is required

Application Information:

For more information, please visit https://www.pnrha.ca/careers/ for further details.

Please forward your application by email to hrreception@pnrha.ca or by fax to 306-446-6810.

All applications are appreciated, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. A criminal record check is required prior to an offer of employment.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is the largest employer in Saskatchewan, employing over 43,000 staff in a dynamic healthcare environment. The Saskatchewan Health Authority is committed to providing coordinated quality services that are seamless, safe and patient-centred.

Note to Internal applicants. To ensure your application is received and you are included in the applicant list, please submit your resume and cover letter via Gateway Online. For postings within former RQHR only, apply via email through jobs@rqhealth.ca, quoting the posting number, or through Health Careers in Saskatchewan, if available. By submitting your application, you consent to your application history being share with Human Resources and the applicable hiring managers.




School Psychologist – 1.0 Temporary 10-Month Position

(August 25, 2021 – June 30, 2022)

Applicants are requested to submit an online application at http://www.applitrack.com/Saskatoon/onlineapp/. At least three references are required.

The closing date for applications is Thursday, May 27, 2021.

Applications are encouraged from persons of Aboriginal ancestry

as we strive to develop a representative workforce.

Saskatoon Public Schools wish to thank all applicants for their interest.

However, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

University of Prince Edward Island






The Department of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Island is seeking a Clinical Psychologist to work within the Psychology Training Clinic. The psychologist will provide a “Student Mental Health Specialty Service” through provision of direct service and through supervision of direct service by Doctor of Psychology students. The psychologist will join two other staff psychologists in the Psychology Training Clinic and work closely with other members of the UPEI community, especially staff with Student Affairs, the primary referral source for this aspect of the clinic’s work. The psychologist will report directly to the PsyD program’s Director of Clinical Training.


· Direct clinical service to UPEI students.

· Supervision of graduate students in the Doctor of Psychology Program in their provision of direct service to UPEI students.

The Psychologist will be expected to directly engage in or supervise the following:

· Providing a wide range of assessment, diagnosis, treatment and consultation services for a variety of mental health needs, with referrals from Student Affairs typically due to case complexity or diagnostic questions. Student clients will be diverse in cultural background and in other group and personal identities

· Providing assessment and diagnostic services, with appropriate recommendations, for psychological and educational challenges, including specific learning disabilities, adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, adult Autism Spectrum Disorder, and others.

· Providing case consultation and related supports to the professionals with the Student Affairs team to support their clinical work and enhance client care,

· Periodically assessing the clinical needs of the student community and augment traditional clinical service with evidence informed clinical outreach.

· Performing diagnostic interviews (structured and unstructured) with clients to collect relevant information which will aid in the diagnosis of mental health problems and illnesses

· Choosing, administering, scoring, and interpretation of psychological tests to assess cognitive abilities, achievement levels, attention abilities, emotional functioning, personality functioning, and mental health disorders within scope of practice

· Creating comprehensive psychological reports which integrate all relevant material and provide useful recommendations to the client and other systems

· Using substantive knowledge of numerous areas including development, mental illness, cognitive functioning, behaviour, medical co-morbidity, and substance abuse; analyzing and interpreting the information to formulate clinical impressions and to develop and, as appropriate implement, treatment plans

· Maintaining and protecting confidential records and case reporting consistent with policy, procedures, and ethical standards, as part of the case management process

· Planning and implementing evidence-based initiatives designed to promote mental health and prevent disorder

· Collaborating with faculty teaching PsyD courses by contributing to supervision of clinical activities of students enrolled in these courses

· Performing other duties as required to facilitate the functioning of the Psychology Training Clinic and training of graduate students, which includes but is not limited to contributing to operational policy development and day to day functioning of the clinic.


· Applicants must have a Doctoral Degree in Clinical or Counselling Psychology, with training and supervised practice with youth and adult populations.

· Applicants must have a record of appropriate training and/or experience in provision of services to a post-secondary community

· Applicants must be eligible for registration with the PEI Psychology Registration Board; registration will be required as a condition of employment. Where currently registered, must be a member in good standing.

In addition, applicants must have:

· A foundation of knowledge and / or experience that will allow for the highly competent provision and supervision of mental health treatment and psychological assessment services

· Proficiency with diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments with (primarily young) adults;

· Ability to liaise effectively with relevant stakeholders at UPEI (e.g., counsellors, accessibility Services, faculty) to support students;

· A strong sense of the research literature regarding student mental health in the post-secondary context.

· Demonstrated strengths in clinical work with cultural and other group and personal diversities

· Demonstrated substantive knowledge of, and practice in, conceptualization, assessment, and evidence based therapeutic approaches to mental health

· Demonstrated proficiency in core clinical competencies in mental health treatment, which include: client-clinician relationship formation; being professionally autonomous and accountable; psychological testing; clinical assessment and formulation skills; therapeutic interventions with individuals and groups; clinical case management; consultation; application of research to practice; and, application of ethical principles and standards of conduct

· Demonstrated effective professional skill including: time management, interpersonal skills, oral and written skills, effective team building skills, collaborative and consultative practice skills;

· Working knowledge of Mental Health Act, FOIPP, Consent to Treatment Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Youth Criminal Justice Act, Child Protection Act, Psychologists Act and other legislative frameworks as needed

· Working knowledge of the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists and PEI Psychologists Registration Board Code of Conduct

· Demonstrated strengths in situating assessment, treatment and consultation within a broad framework of wellness, promotion and illness prevention

· The successful applicant must provide a satisfactory criminal record and vulnerable sector check prior to beginning employment

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

CLOSING DATE: May 27, 2021

Please submit electronically a cover letter, quoting the competition number, a resume and reference list to be received no later than the closing date via the link posted on the UPEI Human Resources website (www.upei.ca/hr/). Applications will not be accepted via email.

If you are unable to apply online, you can drop off your resume to the Human Resources Department, Kelley Building, University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Avenue, Charlottetown, PEI C1A 4P3, Fax Number (902) 894-2895.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. UPEI is strongly committed to fostering diversity and inclusion within our community and encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, persons of any sexual orientations and gender identities and/or expressions, racialized groups, persons with disabilities, and other groups that would contribute to the diversification of our campus. Applicants with Canadian indigenous heritage are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates who identify as being from any of these groups are encouraged to voluntarily self-identify in their application materials.

Only those applicants who are invited to an interview will be acknowledged.



Seeking Registered Psychologist

Who We Are:

Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates is a group psychology practice of 10 doctoral level psychologists that offers comprehensive assessment, treatment and consultation services for adults, children, adolescents, and couples. Our practice was opened in 1989 and is one of the largest psychological practices in Saskatchewan.

We foster a culture of excellence with a focus on ethical and evidence-based practice that meets the needs of the very diverse community we serve. Our mission is to help people make substantial and lasting changes in their lives. We are located on College Drive in Saskatoon, close to the University of Saskatchewan and the South Saskatchewan River, with easy access to the whole city. From Saskatoon there is quick access to northern lakes, sand dunes, and the boreal forest at Prince Albert National Park.

If you’re looking to join a dynamic team of registered psychologists looking to make a difference in the community, we want to hear from you! Our team of psychologists is supported by an administrative team that will allow you to focus on what is important – providing psychological services to your patients. We are a collaborative and supportive team which provides the opportunity for growth and development through monthly clinical rounds and accessible consultation / supervision opportunities.

COVID19 Statement

• In an effort to keep our staff and community safe, our team is currently conducting most sessions via phone or secure video.

• Applicants interested in providing in-person services, virtual services or a combination of both are encouraged to apply.

What we’re looking for:

• A Doctoral level degree in Psychology and are currently registered, or eligible for registration, with the College of Psychologists of Saskatchewan

• The demonstrated skills to provide evidence-based clinical management, assessment and therapy services

• Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment

• Experience working with mood and anxiety disorders, rehab / health psychology, trauma, and / or problems in everyday living in children, adolescents and/or adults

One or more of the following qualities would be considered assets:

• Experience or interest in adult rehab / health psychology and working with interdisciplinary teams

• Competency in working with couples and/or families

• Competency in working with children and/or adolescents

Why Us?

• Flexible working hours: Our clinic is open during regular office hours & is fully supported by our administrative team during those hours. Psychologists may work early/late/weekends if they choose.

• Diverse Client Base: Our group prides ourselves on our relationships with insurance companies, family practices and other referral sources offering our clinicians a variety of assessment and treatment opportunities.

• Marketing Efforts: As a part of the group, you will benefit from our large referral base and waitlist for some populations.

• Team: We offer a team environment that is focused on growth and development. Our group is dynamic, collaborative and supportive. We enjoy staff lunches, team functions and celebrating each other’s milestones and successes.

• Consultation & Supervision Opportunities: We have several psychologists available to provide consultation and supervision with adults, children, adolescents, seniors and couples in the areas of clinical, counseling and health psychology.

• We provide administrative services that include full clinic management software for all appointments, billings etc.

How to Apply

If you’re interested in hearing more about our Clinic and the positions available please contact our Practice Manager, Dr. Lana Shimp via email at shimp.l@saskpsych.ca

Interested applicants can forward their cover letter and CV to:

Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates, Attn: Dr. Lana Shimp

1324 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0W5 or by Fax: (306) 664-6555

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