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Psychologists in the Department of Corrections provide direct services to offenders and consultation services to DOC institutions, facilities, school administration, field staff, designated review committees, consulting psychiatrists who are involved in planning the total program of a given offender (e.g., medical, education, security, recreation and probation and parole).
You will receive professional direction from a licensed psychologist while performing the duties listed above. For those interested, Wisconsin Corrections provides required supervision for post doctorate licensing. Doctorate level Psychological Associates may provide clinical supervision to interns in professional psychology.
A doctoral degree in Psychology from an accredited university, college or professional school OR within four months of completing all requirements for a doctoral degree (except for dissertation) from an accredited university, college or professional school. Be prepared to provide transcripts at the time of interview.
For more information go to: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=92396&jobid=91910&org=410&class=52100&index=true