Chief Psychologist, Correctional Facility

Department Name: CDCRRegion: Central CaliforniaTime Base/FT/PT: Full Time Limited TermClosing Date/FFD: Until Filled
Chief Psychologist, Correctional Facility
$156,912 - $167,388 Annual Range
A Chief Psychologist, CF, under general direction in a state correctional facility or at Headquarters, is responsible for the overall supervision of psychologists; investigates behavior problems or mental disorders; examines, diagnoses, classifies and prescribes psychological treatment for psychotic inmates; secures and reviews data on heredity, congenital and environmental factors pertaining to inmates; applies findings of psychological examinations; directs the giving of psychotherapy and other treatment for preventing and correcting behavior disorders; directs and participates in staff conferences and clinics to discuss psychological problems of inmates and their care and treatment; recommends transfer, parole or discharge of inmates and recommends arrangements for follow-up and aftercare during parole; secures and trains assistants; plans, directs and evaluates their work, and takes or recommends appropriate action with respect to their work performance; prepares reports and does research on problems of adult criminality; 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 appropriate bulletin/assessment on the Bulletin Page for the Minimum Qualifications and, if qualified, complete the Assessment according the instructions.
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