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Psychology Title Series - Broome


Primary Duties and Responsibilities
For (A) Psychology Assistant 3: Under the close supervision of higher-level psychology staff and as a member of a treatment team, assist in administering psychological tests and in conducting psychological evaluations and research. Also assist in the development of treatment plans, counsel individuals and assist in individual, and group therapy. Perform other duties as assigned. For (B) Psychologist 1: Under the general supervision of higher-level psychology staff and as a member of a treatment team, perform psychological evaluations; develop and implement plans of treatment for individuals and groups; provide technical direction to program staff; maintain records; and write reports. Perform other duties as assigned. For (C) Psychologist 2: Perform duties similar to those of a Psychologist 1, but handle more complex problems and situations and have greater responsibility and independence. You may also act as a supervisor to subordinate staff. Perform other duties as assigned. For (D) Associate Psychologist: Function as an advanced clinician and provide professional psychological services under the clinical supervision of a Licensed Psychologist. In addition to assessment and treatment, duties may include: clinical leadership; program management; forensic or court-ordered assessment, treatment and expert testimony; psychological services requiring expertise, specialized assessment (functional, personality, risk, competency, vocational, education); design and application of behavioral technology and other specialized psychological interventions; individual, group or family therapy; crisis intervention, consultation; training and peer review. Perform other duties as assigned.
Job Function
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
For (A) Psychology Assistant 3: Under the close supervision of higher-level psychology staff and as a member of a treatment team, assist in administering psychological tests and in conducting psychological evaluations and research. Also assist in the development of treatment plans, counsel individuals and assist in individual, and group therapy. Perform other duties as assigned. For (B) Psychologist 1: Under the general supervision of higher-level psychology staff and as a member of a treatment team, perform psychological evaluations; develop and implement plans of treatment for individuals and groups; provide technical direction to program staff; maintain records; and write reports. Perform other duties as assigned. For (C) Psychologist 2: Perform duties similar to those of a Psychologist 1, but handle more complex problems and situations and have greater responsibility and independence. You may also act as a supervisor to subordinate staff. Perform other duties as assigned. For (D) Associate Psychologist: Function as an advanced clinician and provide professional psychological services under the clinical supervision of a Licensed Psychologist. In addition to assessment and treatment, duties may include: clinical leadership; program management; forensic or court-ordered assessment, treatment and expert testimony; psychological services requiring expertise, specialized assessment (functional, personality, risk, competency, vocational, education); design and application of behavioral technology and other specialized psychological interventions; individual, group or family therapy; crisis intervention, consultation; training and peer review. Perform other duties as assigned.
Salary Range: From $50722 to $92693 Annually
Minimum Qualification
Must be in title OR on the Civil Service eligible list OR be eligible for transfer under Section 70.1 in a designated title determined by the New York State Department of Civil Service OR be eligible for provisional appointment pending exam. For Psychology Assnt 3: You must take and pass a Civil Service examination in order to be considered for this position. Candidates must have a master of psychology degree from a regionally accredited college or university psychology degree program which prepares graduates for clinical positions in the field of psychology in a clinical, forensic, community mental health, or school setting. Qualifying degree programs must have included coursework in psychological and behavioral assessment, and treatment modalities for psychological and behavioral disorders For Psychologist 1: For qualified employees of New York State on or before the date of the examination, you must be a qualified employee of New York State and have had one year of permanent competitive or 55-b/55-c service as a Psychology Assistant 3. For all others, you must take and pass a Civil Service examination or be eligible for provisional appointment pending exam to be considered for this position. Candidates must have a master of psychology degree from a regionally accredited college or university psychology degree program which prepares graduates for clinical positions in the field of psychology in a clinical, forensic, community mental health, or school setting. Qualifying degree programs must have included coursework in psychological and behavioral assessment, and treatment modalities for psychological and behavioral disorders; AND you must also have two years of supervised post master's degree experience in a clinical, forensic, community mental health, or school setting, where your primary duties were providing psychological services as described below. Substitutions: o A doctoral degree in a clinical field of psychology may be substituted for both the education and experience requirements above. o A clinical psychology practicum, externship, or fieldwork assignment, that was completed as part of a qualifying master of psychology degree program, may be substituted for one year of the required experience. o A certificate of advanced study in a clinical field of psychology or school psychology may be substituted for one year of the required experience. For the purposes of qualifying for these examinations, examples of qualifying degree programs/majors include but are not limited to the following: clinical psychology, clinical forensic psychology, community psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology, and child psychology. For Psychologist 2: You must take and pass a Civil Service examination or be eligible for provisional appointment pending exam to be considered for this position. For qualified employees of New York State on or before the date of the examination, you must be a qualified employee of New York State and have had one year of permanent competitive or 55-b/55-c service as a Psychologist 1. For all other candidates, you must have a master of psychology degree from a regionally accredited college or university psychology degree program which prepares graduates for clinical positions in the field of psychology in a clinical, forensic, community mental health, or school setting. Qualifying degree programs must have included coursework in psychological and behavioral assessment, and treatment modalities for psychological and behavioral disorders; AND you must also have three years of supervised post master's degree experience in a clinical, forensic, community mental health, or school setting, where your primary duties were providing psychological services as described below. Substitutions: o a doctoral degree in a clinical field of psychology and one year of qualifying experience may be substituted for both the education and experience requirements above. o a clinical psychology practicum, externship, or fieldwork assignment, that was completed as part of a qualifying master of psychology degree program, may be substituted for one year of the required experience. o a certificate of advanced study in a clinical field of psychology or school psychology may be substituted for one year of the required experience. For the purposes of qualifying for these examinations, examples of qualifying degree programs/majors include but are not limited to the following: clinical psychology, clinical forensic psychology, community psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology, and child psychology. For Associate Psychologist: You must take and pass a Civil Service examination or be eligible for provisional appointment pending exam to be considered for this position. Candidates must have: a doctoral degree in a clinical field of psychology (see notes below); AND EITHER a one-year, full-time pre-doctoral clinical internship OR one year of psychology experience in a clinical setting, under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. You must demonstrate on your application how you meet this qualification.

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