Post Doctoral Fellow
The interRAI 0-3 project is an innovative cross-sectoral initiative that represents a new approach to early identification, assessment and care planning for young children’s mental health and well-being. The interRAI 0-3 is in development as a result of the requested need for improved assessment and care planning for very young, vulnerable children. Unlike other interventions, the interRAI 0-3 integrates data-driven decision-making to foster improved prioritization, triaging and access to services.
The Centre for School Mental Health is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow (2 years) to assist with the development efforts, collection and validation of the new assessment instrument. The Post-Doctoral fellow will also oversee day-to-day activities; engage in community liaison; provide leadership to the assessment team; track and report on assessment deliverables and the operational progress of the project; engage in knowledge mobilization; and facilitate expert panels and collaborative meetings. The ideal candidate will demonstrate in-depth knowledge of psychological assessment; strong project management Sincerely,
Dr. Shannon L. Stewart
Psychologist and Associate Professor
Faculty of Education
Director of Clinical Training
International Lead for InterRAI Child and Youth Instruments