Senior Psychologist (Specialist) Correctional Facility

Department Name: California Correctional Health Care ServicesRegion: Central CaliforniaTime Base/FT/PT: Full Time Limited TermClosing Date/FFD: Until Filled Senior Psychologist, Correctional Facility (Specialist)
$9,287.00 Monthly Salary
A Senior Psychologist, CF (Specialist) in a State correctional setting consults with medical, social work, rehabilitation, education, custody and other personnel regarding program planning and evaluation, and developing direct and indirect services; carries project responsibilities; interprets the objectives and procedures of the program to other health facility personnel and members of the public; may perform research studies of program effectiveness; develops and maintains working relationships with other facility units and other agencies and may work with community groups and agencies to develop supportive resources; prepares progress, financial and other statistical and narrative reports on projects; participates in training programs for Clinical Psychology Interns, Psychiatric Technicians, and other student staff and volunteers, and may develop seminars in psychology; may write articles for presentation or publication; maintains order and supervises the conduct of persons committed to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; prevents escapes and injury by these persons to themselves, others or to property; maintains security of working areas and work materials; inspects premises and searches inmates for contraband, such as weapons or illegal drugs; and does other related work.
Please review the Minimum Qualifications on the Exam Bulletin and, if qualified, complete the Online Self-Assessment according the instructions.
Apply for this position by clicking Apply Now at the top or bottom of this job posting. Contact Joraver Singh at 559-221-3261 for your questions regarding the application process, and/or status of your application. EOE.
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