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Registered Councillor DPSA Vacancies in Emalahleni Closing Date 2024

Hiring Department:- DPSA vacancies 2024
Job Type:- Registered Councillor vacancies
Department Name:- DPSA Department Of Health Vacancies
Locality:- Jobs in Emalahleni
Hiring Category:- Government Vacancies
Region:- Jobs in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Gauteng
Job Application (If Needed):- Download z83 Form pdf NewDownload z83 Editable form PDF
Download Latest Circular:- Download DPSA Circular 06 of 2024 PDF
Salary Est:- R 125000- 435700/- Annually
Closing Date:- February 23, 2024

 

 

 

 

Requirements for DPSA Registered Councillor :-

Senior Certificate / Grade 12 plus Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. Current registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HCPSA) as a Registered Councillor (2024). Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Sound clinical knowledge regarding Clinical Psychology diagnostic assessment and treatment procedures. Knowledge and the ability to administer and interpret psychological tests. Ability to function in a multi-disciplinary team. Excellent Communication and interpersonal relationship skills. Quality Assurance and Improvement. Problem solving skills. Competency in psychological assessment and report writing within the context of forensic Mental Health Care services. Ability to develop and implement psychological rehabilitation programmes. Teaching and training ability. Administration skills. Knowledge of all applicable legislation pertaining to Mental Health Care and forensic Mental Health. Psychotherapeutic and clinical knowledge in patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment across the lifespan. Ethical and legislative framework of practice. Departmental guidelines and policies. Evidence based psychological practice. Understanding of broader community, cultural, contextual and socio-economic factors which impact mental health. Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team. Good organization and time management skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal relations. Sensitivity to gender, racial, ethnic, sexuality and disability issue. Computer Literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc. Valid driver’s licence.

DUTIES : Development and implementation of Clinical Psychology services within the district. Provision of effective psycho-diagnostic and psycho-therapeutic services to both general and forensic mental health services. Perform all the statutory functions applicable to the relevant function, compile court reports and attend to court enquiries and the other task emanating from the courts. Develop and render psychotherapeutic programmes for acute and sub-acute MHCUs. Attend to relevant 31 administrative matters. Provide teaching and training to Junior Registered Councillors and other clinical staff and participate in district outreach programmes. Undertake mental health research when required. Ability to conduct individual, group, family psychotherapy and forensic observation. Maintain accurate records and statistics. Offer outreach services to outlying institutions within the district. Ensure the rendering of Registered Councillor services to hospital facilities. Ensure the development of training material and provide training in mental health to the wider MDT. Part of a multidisciplinary team. Outreach to regional and district hospitals and PHC Participation in the development of psychological services in the region. Participation in academic activities.

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