Careers at Children’s Neuropsychological Services


Current Openings:

Clinical Pediatric Neuropsychologist 

Job Description

CNS only provides assessment and consultation services and our clinician to admin staff support is 2 to 1.  We are seeking a candidates who are:

We are a dedicated team of professionals that are solely focused on providing world class support to the Greater Boston area.  We are comfortable being small, flexible, and family oriented and are not looking to establish a larger regional or national corporate presence.  Our main Massachusetts office is Andover with a satellite office in Wenham.  

Whether you are a recent Fellow, at newly licensed clinician or have several years of experience we are interested in having a conversation about the opportunities at CNS.  Whether you live in the Boston area or currently are considering moving to the Boston area, we are interested in speaking with you.  To have that initial conversation please call CNS at 978-749-2700 and ask for Vernon Hickey.



Pediatric Neuropsychologist – Developmental Assessment Clinic

We are pleased to announce an immediate opening for a full-time pediatric neuropsychologist.  The pediatric neuropsychologist will primarily provide evaluations for our youngest patients, ages 2-6, who typically present with complex needs and are referred by medical practices and regional hospitals.  Experience and interest in conducting assessments focused on defining or ruling our neurodevelopmental disorders, including but not limited to autism spectrum disorder, is required.  The clinician will play a significant role in running and expanding CNS’s Developmental Assessment Clinic, and have the opportunity to see a diverse range of presenting cases and age ranges depending on interest and expertise.  Children’s Neuropsychological Services was founded in 2001.  Our staff is comprised of leading clinicians in the Boston area, who expand their clinical roles through training, team building with area treatment providers and schools, and participation in neuropsychological organizations such as MNS. 

Candidates must have completed a doctoral degree in clinical or school psychology from an APA/CPA accredited program and an APA/CPA accredited pre-doctoral internship. Prior to the start date, the candidate must have also completed a formal two-year postdoctoral fellowship or equivalent in pediatric or developmental neuropsychology, and be licensed or license eligible in the State of Massachusetts. Starting base salary range is $125,000-$150,000 depending on experience.  Additional salary is available through a rolling bonus structure.    

Interested applicants should email a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, and two didactic reports to Bill Mautz, Ph.D. (  Privacy will be maintained through the interview process with letters of recommendation requested on an as needed basis.