Website State of Georgia
The Community Forensic Program Associate is assigned to one of four outpatient teams and will work under the leadership of their team’s Community Forensic Director.
- Receives and prepares cases for psychological evaluations.
- Receives and distributes completed psychological evaluations, closes electronic forensic file, and enters pertinent data into the system.
- Creates forensic file which includes making records requests of other agencies, ensuring receipt of all required documentation, and setting up electronic file.
- Scores psychological tests, if requested
- Involves regular and frequent communication with other state agencies as well as various facets of the criminal justice system (e.g. attorneys,
- Department of Juvenile Justice)
- Schedules evaluations – coordinating with defendants, psychologists, and sometimes parents and/or attorneys
Qualification & Experience:
- Working knowledge of Juvenile Court procedures.
- Working knowledge of forensic mental health system. Proficient use of Microsoft Office products, PeopleSoft, CONCUR, Kronos, SharePoint.
- To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our employees, individuals and communities we serve, certain positions within DBHDD may require evaluations, vaccinations, professional licensure and certifications. Licenses must be current and enable providers to practice within the State of Georgia.
Company: State of Georgia
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Thomasville, GA, US
Application Deadline: N/A