Forensic Psychologist E (11)

US Government, Health and Human Services - Forensic Center

This is an entry level position to the Forensic Psychologist Class series.  The primary duties include completing all assigned tasks necessary for advancement to an independent level of professional functioning in the provision of psychological services that aid in the assessment, treatment, and management of patients of the Center for Forensic Psychiatry and that aid Michigan courts in adjudicating criminal forensic issues.  The following must be successfully completed within a one-year period:  1) relevant training in forensic psychology, including State of Michigan certification as a Consulting Forensic Examiner; and 2) full licensure by the State of Michigan to practice psychology or a passing grade on the Examination for Professional Practice that is mandatory for achieving full licensure.  The service population is composed of individuals ranging from late childhood to late adulthood.  Staff in this position will attain competencies in the assessment and treatment of various age groups.

This is a test designated position subject to random drug and alcohol testing.  


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