Pediatrics Clinical Psychologist – Corporate Staffing – Nairobi

Key Responsibilities
Managing assigned caseload in accordance with CDC operational manual
Assessing children and young people using standardised and non-standardised tests.
Setting up and implementing evidence based treatment plans in collaboration with parents/guardians
Reviewing individual’s progress and modifying intervention plans as appropriate
Writing accurate clinical notes, reports and other documents as required in accordance with Centre guidelines
Communicating effectively with parents/guardians throughout the process
Engaging positively with other team members, parents and children
Implementing assessment and treatment protocols
Contributing to development of the Centre
Attending and contributing to team meeting as required
Completing risk assessments and incidents report for area of responsibility as required
Establishing excellent working relationship with all stakeholders
Advising Centre manager of any issue that may affect the delivery of high quality care
Engaging in continuous professional development
Critical analysis of research articles (literature) and drawing appropriate conclusions to guide assessment and interventions. Working with research and innovation team to mainstream these findings.
Attending all mandatory training relevant to role
Any other duties assigned by Centre manager
This position offers the right candidate with a passion for making a difference an opportunity to develop their skills and influence positively delivery of care at an exciting new service.
To be considered for this post, applicants must demonstrate the following

Key Requirement
Bachelor Degree in Clinical Psychology
Experience in working with special needs children and behaviour therapy.
1+ years’ experience working and implementing ABA interventions with children with autism and ADHD.
Knowledge and experience with Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT), Naturalistic Teaching Strategies (NATS), National Environmental Teaching (NET) and Verbal Behaviour (VB).
Minimum of 1 year experience working in behaviour support roles, carrying out functional assessments and supporting community/ social care and/or home support and/or educational staff teams to implement behaviour analytic interventions for people with an ASD diagnosis and other neurodevelopmental disabilities and/or other co-occurring conditions
Knowledge of current best practice in the area of counselling, behaviour support and evidence-based practice in the support of children with ASD diagnosis
Must be fully proficient in Microsoft office including word, PowerPoint and excel.
Excellent skills in the following areas:
Planning and organisation
Time management skills
Problem solving
Interpersonal and communication

Method of Application
Please apply by sending an email to
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Please note, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.