Jobs/Volunteer Opportunities


(Updated 04/14/2022)

Neuropsychologist Opening at JPS in Fort Worth, TX

Acclaim Physician Group, in partnership with JPS Health Network is currently looking for a full-time Neuropsychologist to join our growing team. JPS’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Service is one of the largest, full-spectrum mental health services in the state of Texas, with a mission to provide accessible, high quality, sustainable behavioral health care for all of our patients, regardless of income level. Acclaim and JPS are committed to ongoing professional development and engagement, providing mentorship opportunities for our faculty, residents, trainees and staff. Doctoral degree in psychology from a graduate program in psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) at the time the program was completed OR, a doctoral degree in any area of psychology with additional successful completion of a re-specialization program in an APA or an APPIC accredited doctoral program; 2 years of post-graduate experience preferred. Liberal benefits; relocation assistance; professional development support available.

For more information, please contact:

Cindy Claassen, PhD
Director, Division of Psychology, Research and Education
c/o Center for Behavioral Health Recovery
JPS Health Network
601 W. Terrell Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76012

Pediatric Neuropsychologist Position:
The Tarnow Center for Self-ManagementSM is currently seeking a Neuropsychologist with child experience for a full time position in Houston, Texas.  We are also open to discussing a part-time to full-time position.  We are an inter-disciplinary practice incorporating the fields of psychiatry, psychology, speech and language, and education.  The office is known throughout the community for specializing in school problems, self-management disorders such as Tourette’s Disorder, AD/HD, ODD, PDD, and Language Learning Disorders.  Our office is located in the Galleria area of Houston.  We are regarded as one of the premier child psychiatry practices in town.  The benefits of our Center are the ability to address the whole patient under one roof, the constant collaboration on common cases, and the advantage to draw on the expertise of the other professionals in the group.  We treat our patients from a biopsychosocial perspective. Our primary referral sources are our current and former patients (70%), doctors (pediatricians, family doctors, neurologists), and school personnel.  We are 100% private pay.  Please see our website ( for more information about our center.  Send all CV’s to


Research Coordinator Position
An established Baylor College of Medicine/ Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center research group is currently recruiting for a full-time research project coordinator/ psychometrist. This individual will work on several multimodal projects that include assessments of cognitive, neurological, and sensory functions, as well as neuroimaging and specimen collection. The study population will include active and former military service members and civilians with and without a history of brain injury, psychiatric disorders, and substance abuse. The position will require contacting prospective participants, scheduling, screening, consenting, interviewing, psychological test administration, operation of assessment equipment (e.g., audiometer and eye tracking), test scoring and data entry, training of participants to complete a simple computerized cognitive task, acquisition of magnetic resonance imaging data, processing of blood and saliva samples, and assisting with the setup of project conference calls and meetings. Other research opportunities may become available in the future. If interested, please send your CV to

Adult Clinical Neuropsychologist
Department of Neurology,
Houston Methodist Hospital System – Willowbrook
Houston TX

The Department of Neurology, The Neurological Institute, and Houston Methodist Hospital System are recruiting a full-time adult neuropsychologist to join our growing, vibrant, and busy interdisciplinary neuroscience group at the Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital campus.  The current neuropsychology team includes a neuropsychologist and a technician.  We work with diverse populations including stroke, TBI, neuromuscular, movement disorder, neurodegenerative, and neurosurgical cases. The successful candidate will have a desire to work with geriatric persons but will also have a breadth of clinical experience to reach across the adult age span.  We see a significant number of younger adults. The position requires strong clinical skills as well as excellent written and spoken communication skills.  The successful candidate will get to interface directly with neurologists, neurosurgeons, and other medical professionals.  The patient care experience is of foremost importance here at Houston Methodist. Thus, an excellent bedside manner is a must.  This position will be designated primarily for outpatient service delivery. However, inpatient consultations are sometimes required.  An application for hospital privileges will be required.  The position is primarily clinical but developing a research agenda is also encouraged with internal support available. An academic appointment is available through Weil-Cornell Medical School.

The Houston Methodist Neurological Institute ranks as one of the top clinical neurology/neurosurgery programs in the country and has a state-of-the-art research institute to support our academic mission. The salary is very competitive and commensurate with the level of experience. We offer a robust benefits package including professional development.  The anticipated start date for this position is September 2022.


  • Ph.D./Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology.
  • Successful completion of an APA accredited predoctoral internship.
  • Successful completion of a formal (APPCN) post-doctoral training program in neuropsychology.
  • Board eligible or board certified.
  • License or license eligible in Texas.

Equal employment opportunity is a sound and just concept to which Methodist is firmly bound. Methodist will not engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person employed or seeking employment with Methodist on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, genetic information or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran.

If you are interested in joining our growing group and wish to grow with us contact Mark C. Wilde, Psy.D. ABPP, or 281-737-2018. Be prepared to send your CV as well as two blinded sample reports.  Interested candidates can submit their CV and letter of intent to Mr. Matthew Magnuson via

Dr. Wilde will be available to meet at INS to discuss the position (call/txt 281-744-0881 or