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Please note that preference will be given to APT Members. 

Applicants must submit a cover letter and an updated resume that clearly states how they meet the posted qualifications 

Position Details

Posting Summary

Position Title Psychologist
Faculty/Department VP Research
Unit Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety (CCJS)
Employee Group URFA APT
Collective Agreement Consideration Open with preference given to APT members.
CUPE 5791 Job Family N/A
Category Staff
Number of Vacancies 1
Position Summary
The Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety is seeking a psychologist to conduct clinical assessments for a groundbreaking longitudinal research project involving members of the RCMP. As the successful candidate, you will be part of a team in an extraordinary and unprecedented experience in providing support to the RCMP and other public safety personnel.

Reporting to the Principal Investigator for the RCMP PTSD Longitudinal Study, the Psychologist will conduct structured clinical interviews, clinical assessments, and clinical interpretations for study participants. The Psychologist will also act as a mentor and supervise clinical practicum students conducting structured clinical interviews, clinical assessments, and clinical interpretations for study participants. The successful candidate will participate in various reporting efforts for the research project. Salary commensurate with experience.

All services must be provided within the context of Saskatchewan College of Psychologists standards, as mandated by the University, and in adherence to the Psychologists Act of Saskatchewan. The successful candidate must be able to obtain and maintain the required security clearance level as a condition of employment.

The Psychologist must be aware of, and implement, best practices identified by research and resources, including, but not limited to, the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists and the Canadian Psychological Association Practice Guidelines.
Position Requirements
Position Requirements
  •  Master’s or Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology;
  • 10 years of experience as a Registered Psychologist at the Master’s level. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered;
  • Current full practice member with Saskatchewan College of Psychologists or eligible to be fully registered if applying from another jurisdiction;
  • Must currently possess, or receive as a condition of employment if applying from another jurisdiction, the Authorized Practice Endorsement from Saskatchewan College of Psychologists;
  • Knowledge of current psychological assessment methods and psychometric assessment tools regarding psychopathy; and,
  • Knowledge of a wide range of psychological disorders and treatment practices such as structured clinical assessments and DSM 5 diagnostic criteria.

  • French and English bilingual fluency.

A successful candidate will posses:
  • Knowledge of human nature and interpersonal relations;
  • Knowledge of clinical theories and utility for practice;
  • Knowledge of support services in community settings for information and referral purposes;
  • Knowledge of current practice and recent developments in the field of psychology;
  • Ability to listen attentively to verbal and non-verbal, implicit and explicit, spoken and unspoken messages from client population in order to quickly establish rapport and build trust;
  • Ability to communicate with diverse groups of people;
  • Ability to interact with aggressive and confrontational individuals and to de-escalate crisis situations;
  • Ability to interact with distressed individuals;
  • Ability to present information to groups and communicate ideas in writing with client reports and other projects;
  • Ability to work with evidence-based practices and structured clinical assessments;
  • Ability to work with highly sensitive information in an extremely complex environment; and
  • Ability to obtain and maintain the required security clearance level.
Physical Demands
Pay Grade APT 7
Salary Range $74,750 - $100,886 Annually
Status Term
Work Hours
Work hours are standard business hours, but evening and weekend work may be required on an ongoing basis, depending on the scheduling of study participants. Off campus work may be required.
Duration (if Term/Temporary) 12 months
Full-Time/Part-Time Full Time
Preference Posting
Target Posting Not Targeted
Additional Information

Contact Information
Job Open Date 09/29/2021
Job Close Date 10/27/2021
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Application Instructions
Please note that preference will be given to APT Members. 

Applicants must submit a cover letter and an updated resume that clearly states how they meet the posted qualifications 
Diversity Statement
The University of Regina is committed to an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the community that we serve. The University welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, including individuals within the University’s employment equity categories of women, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, Indigenous persons, individuals of diverse gender and sexual orientation and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code.
Competition Number 20210215A/S

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