Wisconsin Department of Corrections Psychologist Opportunity

Posted: May 29, 2019


Stanley Correctional Institution in Stanley, Wisconsin is hiring a Psychologist.

Stanley Correctional Institution is conveniently located two hours east of St. Paul, MN. Close enough to enjoy the luxuries of the big city but far enough away to enjoy the quiet life of northern Wisconsin. These positions provide direct services to offenders and consultation services to DOC institutions, facilities, school administration, field staff, designated review committees, and consulting psychiatrists who are involved in planning the total program of a given offender (e.g. medical, education, security, recreation, and probation and parole staff).

We are able to hire either a doctoral level psychologist or a licensed psychologist. Doctoral candidates are provided professional direction from a licensed psychologist while performing the duties listed above. For those interested, Wisconsin Corrections provides required supervision for post doctorate licensing.

The State of Wisconsin has an excellent benefits package with generous time off. Also, the Wisconsin Retirement System is the 9th largest public pension system in the world!

If you have any questions contact Nicole Hager at (715) 644-3710 or [email protected].

How to Apply:

Doctoral candidates apply: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=97836&jobid=97350&org=410&class=52100&index=true

Licensed candidates apply: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=98003&jobid=97517&org=410&class=52160&index=true

For more information please watch our recruitment videos at https://www.youtube.com/user/WisconsinDOC

 

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