Developmental Child Psychologist

Developmental Child Psychologist
Department of Pediatrics

We are seeking a psychologist specialized in Developmental Pediatrics to join our team at The Children's Hospital.


• Conduct psychological and psychosocial evaluations of children, adolescents, and their caretakers in cases of child maltreatment and abuse.
• Consultation; crisis intervention counseling; and civil and criminal court testimony.
• Deliver educational training to community and state agencies on topics related to child maltreatment, abuse, and trauma.

As a state-designated children's hospital, we offer many specialty services for children. We care for high-risk babies and seriously ill children in our Neonatal Intensive Care and Pediatric Intensive Care units. Our Child Life Program helps to educate and prepare children for their stay at Saint Peters, while our Pediatric Emergency Department can handle any injury or illness a child may have. At The Children's Hospital at Saint Peters, we care for 9,000 inpatients and over 45,000 outpatients each year in our facilities and the Dorothy B. Hersh Pediatric Emergency Department.

Community Highlights
This is a thriving area that has experienced a dramatic transformation in the past few decades. New Brunswick's robust downtown area, sitting along the Raritan River, provides a walkable, urban setting with bustling restaurants, bars, grocery stores, arts, entertainment, and it's the home of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
• Enjoy fine cuisine as you walk these historical streets.
• Home to several theatres including the State Theatre, museums, and local markets.
• Centrally located with access to access to New York City and Philadelphia

• Doctorate in child clinical, developmental, school or pediatric psychology.
• NJ license or license eligible required (supervision by a licensed psychologist will be available).
• Two (2) years of experience in the areas of assessment; developmental pediatrics, treatment of parents and children, and consultation.
• Bilingual ability (English/Spanish) strongly preferred.

Grade 125