Pending DSH – Human Resources and CalHR approval.
The Department of State Hospitals (DSH) – Stockton will be located within the California Health Care Facility (CHCF) currently being constructed and located at Austin and Arch Road, one mile east of Highway 99. The facility will have 1,722 medical and mental health beds. The DSH – Stockton will have 514 beds: 432 Intermediate and 82 Acute in 9 buildings with 17 treatment units. The CHCF, including the DSH – Stockton beds, will be licensed as a Correctional Treatment Center, Title 22, Division 5, Chapter 12. The DSH – Stockton will be accredited by the Joint Commission as a Behavioral Healthcare service. Admissions are scheduled to begin on July 22, 2013 and reach full census by December 31, 2013. DSH – Stockton will have over 800 clinical and administrative positions.
The California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS), California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and DSH have partnered in a unique relationship to re-define the delivery of health care services in the correctional setting. The CHCF will provide the DSH – Stockton the ability to deliver clinical excellence in the care and treatment of mentally ill patients in an environment designed for the provision of health care while maintaining a safe and secure workplace for patients and staff. Patient care is the DSH – Stockton’s mission, Caring Today for a Healthy Tomorrow.
In addition to the information as described in the California Department of Human Resources specifications for this classification, under the direction of the Chief Psychologist, the Senior Psychologist, Supervisor, is responsible for the supervision of psychology staff at CHCF. The Senior Psychologist, Supervisor, assists in the planning, directing, and coordinating of psychological assessment and treatment services consistent with the mission of the Department of State Hospitals – Stockton (DSH-Stockton). Assumes all administrative, clinical, and operational responsibilities of the Chief Psychologist in the event of absences. As needed, the Senior Psychologist, Supervisor, may serve the facility in any role that falls within the parameters of their specialized knowledge, skills/abilities, and training.
Regular and consistent attendance is critical to the successful performance of this position due to the heavy workload and time sensitive nature of the work. The incumbent routinely works with and is exposed to sensitive and confidential issues and/or materials and is expected to maintain confidentiality at all times.
Pre-employment physical, including TB test, Live Scan and Supplemental Application clearance may be required prior to appointment.
WHO MAY APPLY: Eligible candidates who are current State employees with status in the above classification or lateral transfers from an equivalent class, former State employees who can reinstate into this class or persons who are reachable on a current employment list for this classification. All interested applicants must submit an application to be considered for this position.
You must indicate the position number you are applying for and how you qualify (list appointment, transfer, etc.) in the Explanations section on your application or your application WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
If you previously submitted an application to DSH-Stockton for Senior Psychologist (Supervisor), you are encouraged to submit a new application for this recruitment.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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