Psychometrist  Position – University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Psychometrist Position – University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Job Type: Full-Time 
Requisition Number:
Listing Title: Psychometrist

Job Code: 5677 
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sci (HSC)

Position address: OKC, OK 
Application Deadline:
Open Until Filled
Work Schedule:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 5:00

Hours per week: 40

Salary Range: $37,454 – $50,438

Job Function: The psychometrist will work in the Neuropsychology/Psychological Assessment Laboratory. Specific duties include administration of psychological, educational, and neuropsychological tests to adults and children ages 6 – 18 years, scoring of test protocols, and management of the day-to-day operation of the laboratory including scheduling, maintenance of tests, patient records, and lab resources as required under the laboratory faculty. This includes facilitating patient flow through the lab (greeting patients, orienting them to their schedule for the day, handling difficult patients), ordering tests, assisting trainees in the administration and the scoring of tests, and all other aspects of making sure the lab runs smoothly. This may also include attendance at staffing conferences and performing other related tasks as assigned.

Department Preferences: Experience in administration of standardized tests in adults and children. Educational experience in Psychological test and measurement, and also experience with standardized test administration procedures. State certification in psychometric or school psychology.

Benefits Provided: Yes 
Required Applicant Documents:
Resume, Cover Letter, List of References

Campus: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Listing date:
Physical Requirements:
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelors degree in psychology or closely related field.

Required Skills and Proficiencies: Skill and accuracy in administering and scoring neuropsychological and psychological tests. Good organization and management. Excellent ability to establish rapport with patients and their families. Interact professionally with other staff and with students. Ability to teach testing to trainees.