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$51.68-$70.01 Hourly / $4,134.80-$5,600.93 BiWeekly /
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES:
1. Supervises the psychology program within an institution or facility and provides clinical services.
2. Supervises the consultation and education component at a community mental health center.
3. Supervises the Program Review and Evaluation Unit in the Quality Assurance Division in Central Office.
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH:
1. Administrative responsibility in small institutions that would qualify for but have no Director of Psychological Services and no Supervising Psychologist 2.
2. Coordinates a large scale psychological testing/evaluation program for the entire Psychology Department. Assigns testing, monitors completion times and is responsible for quality assurance compliance. Delegated the responsibility to assign work load to people whom they do not directly supervise. Provides education and consultation for all other psychologists in this area.
3. Assigned by the Chief of Professional Services or his/her designee to lead a multidisciplinary team. Responsible for the performance of all team members with respect to the development, documentation and implementation of treatment and discharge planning for all individuals assigned to the team.
4. Acts as the Assistant Director of Psychological Services with at least six (6) Psychology series staff (excluding Psychology Interns).
5. Supervises the consultation and education component at a community mental health center.
6. Manages a major component of the statewide court ordered evaluation program and functions as court liaison officer at Whiting Forensic Institute.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES:
Administrative responsibility over the psychological program within the Department of Correction Board of Pardons and Paroles in accordance with Public Act 08-01. Assists the board in parole release decisions.
1. Incumbents in this class must possess and retain a license to practice psychology in Connecticut. Any person employed by the State of Connecticut prior to July 1, 1985 with a title in the psychology series of the classified services shall be exempt from the above licensure requirements pursuant to Public Act 613, Section 119(c). For certain positions, the appointing authority may require State licensure.
2. Incumbents in this class must possess and maintain eligibility for participation in federal health care programs as defined in 42 U.S. § 1320a-7b(f).
3. Incumbents in this class may be required to be fluent in a foreign language or proficient in the use of the American Sign Language.
4. Incumbents in this class may be required to travel.