$66,440 - $95,108 annually
Lead an enthusiastic assessment team working with a complex population!
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program seeks an experienced psychologist for the role of Psychology Supervisor. MSOP provides services to individuals who have been court-ordered to receive sex offender treatment in a highly secure facility. These clients have completed their prison sentences and are civilly committed by the courts and placed in sex offender treatment for an indeterminate period of time. MSOP is one program with two locations – Moose Lake and St. Peter – providing treatment for 690 clients across both sites. The program is led by seasoned professionals dedicated to their work for the comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and management of civilly committed sexual offenders. The MSOP treatment design integrates clinical, vocational, therapeutic recreation, education, and security throughout all phases of treatment toward the ultimate goal of successful reintegration.
This position exists to provide clinical leadership to the Treatment Psychologists and Clinical Services, the program as a whole, and the clientele served. The incumbent of this position will function as a specialized technical consultant in the area of clinical psychology. Specifically, s/he is expected to perform the following: provide direction, supervision, and oversight to the clinical department within the MSOP program; to assure and oversee the competency of department members and the quality of their work; to assure the department functions in accordance with applicable practice standards established by the MN Board of Psychology and the American Psychological Association (APA); to ensure that MSOP is utilizing all assessments in the area of sex offender treatment in a manner consistent with standards of care; to provide positive leadership to the department and to represent the department at policy and planning meetings; and to provide expert testimony at SCAP or the legislature on matters related to treatment-related assessments.
Applicants must have a Doctorate in clinical psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) AND at least two years of professional experience conducting assessments on a forensic populations AND be licensed (or eligible for licensure) in the State of Minnesota. Applicants must also have experience providing direct supervision of psychologists in addition to competency in the administration and interpretation of testing instruments utilized with sexual offenders.
In addition to a competitive salary, the State of Minnesota offers excellent employee benefits, such as low-cost health and dental insurance, and affordable dependent coverage. Other benefits include:
· Earn up to 29 paid vacation days per year
· Earn up to 13 sick days per year
· 11 paid holidays
· Pension and retirement savings plan
· Life insurance (family coverage available)
· Long-term care insurance (spouse/parent coverage available)
· Short-term disability
· Long-term disability
· Pre-tax benefits
· Health care savings plan
· Ongoing educational opportunities
· Credit union membership available
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