Clinical Psychologist Ii

County of Marin
Full Time, Temporary $53 - $64 Per hour CA 120 N Redwood Dr Suite 3, San Rafael, CA 94903, United States


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At Health & Human Services, we serve our community through the values of support, unity, trust and excellence with one common goal: to promote and protect the health, well-being, safety and self-sufficiency of all in Marin. Join our team of bright, committed, and energetic people who also want to make an impact through public service.


There is one (1) full-time vacancy in Health & Human Services, Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Division (BHRS).  

The Clinical Psychologist II (Bilingual desired) is responsible for clinical and training duties in support of BHRS’ Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) and Community Assistance, Recovery and Empowerment (CARE) Court. This includes evaluations for diagnostic purposes, treatment eligibility, and court-ordered assessments; assessments of medical necessity upon intake into the BHRS system; attending court and collaborating with legal system partners (judges, lawyers, probation); and limited supervision and training of interns, trainees, and pre-licensed Forensic Division staff. 

In addition, the Clinical Psychologist II provides consultation, court-ordered evaluation, and assessments on challenging cases within the Forensic system, with a focus on systems, risk evaluation, safety planning, and evidence-based interventions. This position will assist in outreach and the coordination of care for individuals referred or open to AOT and/or CARE Court. 

The Clinical Psychologist II should expect to work independently as well as collaboratively, be flexible in taking on additional tasks in support of the mission of BHRS and possess skills in communicating with internal and external stakeholders. If the selected candidate is bilingual, the position will require bilingual fluency in English plus Spanish. The population this position works with includes individuals and families who speak both English and/or Spanish.   

Bilingual skills in Spanish and English are highly desirable.

Please note if the successful candidate has bilingual skills, they must demonstrate proficiency in both Spanish and English prior to receiving differential pay. A bilingual proficiency exam will be administered at that time to ensure the candidate possesses the appropriate skill level to meet the requirements. 

This fixed term position is initially funded up to June 30, 2026. Please note, this position may end prior to June 30, 2026 if funding ceases or the work is complete. In addition, these positions may continue after June 30, 2026 if funding is renewed or extended. Per PMR 48.2, fixed term employees are not subject to Reduction in Force rights at the completion of the term.

Health and Human Services has embraced a hybrid work schedule that considers that some duties of this position may be performed remotely. An option to telework up to three days per week and work the remaining days onsite in San Rafael, CA is available; however, the successful candidate must be able to report to County facilities for meetings, work assignments, and/or disaster service work upon short notice, as needed and deemed appropriate. While onboarding and training, the successful candidate may be required to work primarily onsite before establishing a hybrid work schedule.


Our Highly Qualified Candidate:

Our highly qualified candidate for this position is a licensed psychologist with demonstrated experience in clinical assessment, diagnosis, case formulation, completing written clinical evaluations, and treatment planning. This candidate may have a background in providing supervision and training to students, interns, and early career employees. The ideal candidate has training and knowledge in behavioral interventions and evidence-based practices and is able to consult on challenging cases across the lifespan. The candidate should have a background working with individuals with serious mental illness, possess superior interpersonal skills, excellent judgment, and high levels of skill in clinical interventions and psychodiagnostics assessment.   

We recognize your time is valuable, so please note that you must have at least the following required Minimum Qualifications in order to be considered for this position:

Possession of a Doctorate Degree in Psychology from an accredited college or university, plus:

Clinical Psychologist II

Two years of post-doctorate professional experience in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment, and possession of a valid Clinical Psychology License.


Clinical Psychologist II

Possession of a valid professional license as a Clinical Psychologist in the State of California. Qualified non-California residents must obtain a California license within six months of employment with the County of Marin. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment pursuant to California Welfare and Institutions Code, section 5600.2.

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Depending on the number of qualified applications received, the examination may consist of a highly qualified review, application screening, online assessment, written examination, oral examination, performance examination, or any combination to determine which candidates' names will be placed on the eligible list.
The eligible list established from this recruitment will be used to fill the current vacancy and any future vacancies for open, fixed-term, full-time or part-time positions which may occur while the list remains active.

Because this recruitment is Open and Continuous, applicants are encouraged to submit completed applications as soon as possible. The filing period for an Open and Continuous recruitment may be closed at any time.

Candidates selected are subject to fingerprinting by the Sheriff's Department and must pass a Department of Justice LiveScan background check prior to appointment.

All County of Marin employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the County requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency.