POSITION: Psychologist I Court of Common Pleas, Family Division (Open to Promotion, Transfer, and New Hires)
SALARY: $90,103 - $100,699 (G33)
FILING DEADLINE: Continuous
This is psychological work at the full performance level administering a variety of psychological tests and applying psychological techniques in the evaluation of litigants, their children and/or collaterals involved in domestic relations cases. Testing and interviewing children and youths and providing psychological information to judges is a significant aspect of the work.
Performs professional prognostic and diagnostic evaluations of court-referred clients; reports written or verbal findings as appropriate. Provides psychological expertise to the Court as needed and may intervene in nonroutine cases by requesting medical assistance.
Work is performed under the direction of a supervising judge or court administrator.
This is graduate level professional work in psychology that requires a background in psychological evaluation, tests, and measurements. There is a focus on clinical or counseling skills in a forensic setting.
The following duties are normal for this position. They are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be assigned and required.
Assists in the psychological training of student interns, probation officer trainees and others in the criminal justice system.
Maintains needed forms (copying, filing, updating or revising).
Performs other duties as required.
Standard courtroom and office conditions.
Direct contact with diverse court clientele
CERTIFICATIONS, PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS, LICENSING, & OTHER PREREQUISITES
Training in forensics. State psychology license.
The First Judicial District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the First Judicial District will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.