DPSA Clinical Psychologist Job Vacanices in Beaufort

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Clinical Psychologist Jobs in Beaufort

DPSA has released a Clinical Psychologist job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Clinical Psychologist vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
NOTE:- Candidates are suggested to read the original DPSA job notification before applying for desired post.

Name of Available Job Post ⇒ Clinical Psychologist
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Beaufort
Salary ⇒ R 124,434.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 06 June 2022

DPSA Clinical Psychologist Job Description

REQUIREMENTS : Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the health Professions
Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Clinical Psychologist. Registration with
HPCSA as a Clinical Psychologist and proof of current registration, Grade 1:
(No experience required after registration with HPCSA as a Psychologist in
respect of RSA qualified employees who performed community service in the
relevant profession as required in South Africa), Grade 2. A minimum of 8
years’ relevant experience required after registration with HPCSA as a
Psychologist in respect of RSA qualified employees who performed community
service in relevant profession as required in South Africa), Grade 3: A minimum
of 16 years ‘relevant experience required after registration with HPCSA as a
Psychologist in respect of RSA qualified employees. Appropriate knowledge
and experience in the field of clinical psychology with special emphasis on
Mental Health Care Users. Knowledge of current Mental Health and Public
Health Legislation, acts/amendments and policies of the National department
of health. Sound knowledge of professional ethics. Computer literacy and
proficiency appropriate for level of the post. Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and with other clinical department to render a holistic service
to mental health care users. Supervision of interns and training experience in
the public health sector.
DUTIES : Develop and implement departmental service delivery plan for Clinical
Psychology services and rehabilitation and support services for users in the
District. Provide specialized Psychological interventions to maintain
psychological wellbeing by providing programs promoting mental health
awareness and prevention of mental illness. Provide psychology consultation
services for users in the district. Forms part of multi – disciplinary team for
Forensic Assessment (panel / psychological assessment as may be required.
Provide an outreach service to the DHS as well as CHCs and Primary Health
care sites. Consultation of State Patients waiting at Correctional Centres.
Establishing and maintaining effective Teaching & learning, research
supervision of both undergraduate and post graduate programs in the
Department of Psychiatry and Faculty of Health Sciences at the WSU, NMMU,
Rhodes and other Education institutions in line with the professional bodies.
Conduct forensic mental evaluations and observations in the designated
psychiatric hospitals where beds are available (panel observations) interms of
Criminal Procedure Act No. of 1977 as amended i.e. panel observation) in the
designated psychiatric hospitals where beds are available. Conduct pre – court
assessments as may be required by courts. Conduct psychometric tests as
may be required. Conduct assessments for proof of criminal capacity for
children older than 10yrs but younger than 14 years in terms of Child Justice
Act. Provide psychological interventions to users referred in the district. Attend
multi – disciplinary meetings for the Districts.
ENQUIRIES : Mrs V Whitecross Tel No: 046 645 5008

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