Clinical, Research or Industrial & Organizational Psychologist-Part-Time
The Naval Health (NHW) Operation Business Unit is seeking a Clinical, Research or Industrial & Organizational Psychologist with a strong research background for Navy psychological health program maintenance and development position.
Job Purpose: seeking a part- time (up to 20 hours per week) Clinical, Research or Industrial & Organizational Psychologist to support a contract with the Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control (NCCOSC) (Psychological Science & Analytics Dept.) in San Diego, CA. Under the Healthcare Operations Directorate of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), NCCOSC improves the psychological health of Marines and Sailors through comprehensive programs that educate service members, build resilience, aid research and promote best practices in the treatment of combat and operational stress injuries. NCCOSC initiatives are informed by science and provide measurable, wide-reaching results. Please note: Psychological Science & Analytics Department personnel do not provide individual or group therapy, though clinical knowledge and skills will be important components of the position.
Applicants must have experience, preferably in a military setting with the United States Marine Corps (USMC). The incumbent shall work as a team member consulting with military healthcare systems to help develop and implement systemic process improvement changes. The individual will act as a liaison and consultant for psychological health related product development and with leaders and caregivers. In addition, the incumbent will support the coordination of psychological readiness related initiatives, develop and facilitate psychological readiness related training, and assist in the standardization of psychological health services.
A doctoral degree (Ph.D., PsyD, Ed.D.) in psychology or related public health field preferred and at least two years of associated experience. Applicant shall demonstrate ability to provide consultation as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in field of experience. Applicant should be able to function at multiple levels within large systems. The individual must have the ability to develop positive working relationships with leaders and providers at multiple levels as well as senior military leaders and policy makers. This position requires knowledge of basic project management practices. Applicant should have significant ability to multitask and prioritize, and assist in project management responsibilities.
Experience working in the field of combat stress, psychological health, and/or experience working with active duty or reserve members. Candidate should be proficient with Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint, oral presentations, writing and collaboration skills.
Demonstrated experience in study design, data collection and management, statistical analysis, and scientific writing preferred. Military experience or work in the military health care field.
Familiarity with Department of Defense (DoD) and Military Health System (MHS) organization and structure is desired.
· Due to federal contract regulations, US Citizenship is required. Candidates MUST be able to pass a government background investigation
· The position is designated as a drug testing designated position (TDP)
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