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Clinical Psychologist with Sports/Military Performance Enhancement Ski

  • Tactical Fitness & Performance
  • Anchorage, AK, USA
  • Sep 06, 2017
ID: 7991048 VIEWS: 3 Full time Health Care

Job Description

Seeking Qualified Clinical Psych/Sports Performance
professionals interested in working with Elite Special
Forces Located at JBER in Anchorage Alaska Interested
Parties are encouraged to inquire/apply at



A Response can be expected. This position has the flexibility to be a contracted position with hourly
pay all the way up to a full time position. The Government Preservation of
the Force and Family (POTFF) program for Special Forces has a need to
assist operators and their families with the mental health and well being side
of the SOF career field.
Interested parties are encouraged to reply with questions as soon as possible. Please review the requirements and submit a resume in PDF or Word format
with qualifications to the email above. Background investigations for clearances will be required to perform work. Any persons with a criminal history precluding them from
participating in extensive background investigations to include CAC Tiers 1-
3, and an eventual SECRET Clearance are NOT encouraged to apply. Negotiable pay scales are aligned with location and Experience. The
expected pay is to be a minimum of $115k/yr with benefits and
vacation for 40 hours of work. No overtime is permitted. A GS 13
Pay scale shall be considered for comparable salary based upon canidate. Anticipated
Start dates are Mid September 2017. Re - location cost is, at best, a
case-by-case basis dependent on candidate, but not to be expected. Hiring Bonus and/or re loaction allowance is possible. Clinical "Operational" Psychologist (OP) Qualifications & Job
Description It is highly desirable for the Clinical "Ops" Psych Candidate to meet the
following qualifications: Possess a Doctor of Philosophy or Psychology Doctor degree in
clinical or counseling psychology from an American Psychological
Association (APA)-accredited psychology program (or a program
acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army) Have completed an APA-accredited internship/residency in clinical
Psychology (or an internship/residency acceptable to the Office of the
Surgeon General, U.S. Army) Have and maintain a valid state license to practice psychology and
Demonstrate a working knowledge of professional standards and
Ethics regarding the delivery of clinical psychology programs.
Have a minimum of two years' post-doctoral experience within the
past five years in the independent practice of psychology in the area
of clinical psychology, preferably in a Government setting such as a
DoD or Department of Veterans Affairs Military Treatment Facility
(MTF) Prior experience working with physicians providing medical
Psychological services are required Shall be required to receive and maintain clinical practice privileges Clinical Operational Psych shall maintain a BLS certification to be
credentialed Have experience and training in the assessment and treatment of
Alcohol and substance abuse conditions, domestic violence, and child
Abuse, post-traumatic stress, mood and anxiety conditions, and
Family/marital issues Highly preferred to have a minimum of three years of experience
working with elite Athletes within the military SOF community,
NCAA, or professional Sports Have training in critical incident/stress trauma interventions and
Possess or be willing to obtain Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and
Escape (SERE) certification through the Joint Personnel Recovery
Agency and will keep current on all mission debriefings Demonstrate a working knowledge of professional standards and
ethics regarding the delivery of clinical psychology programs Demonstrate computer literacy sufficient to operate a personal
computer utilizing psychological test, word processing, database and
spread sheet programs, and possess basic typing skills sufficient to
efficiently produce the psychologist's own reports and
correspondence Shall have and maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life
Support (BCLS) as certified by the American Heart Association Desirable Skills and Future skills Development for Consideration The Clinical Psych shall possess the ability to conduct, administer,
and interpret the full spectrum of psychological assessment tools and
to consult
command personnel The Clinical Psych shall have the ability to manage relevant
process improvement, program validation, and related research

The Clinical Psych shall possess a mastery of psychological
assessment, behavioral health, behavioral research, and familiarity
with organizational effectiveness literature, operational psychology,
performance enhancement and training, and industrial/organizational
psychology The Clinical Psych shall provide technical expertise, guidance, and
direct clinical services in the area of operational psychology to special
operations forces (SOF). In concert with an existing active duty
Operational Psychologist, or independently the OP Psych shall
develop, plan and initiate resiliency programs for preventing and
treating behavioral health issues to support all aspects of service
member readiness and resilience The Clinical Psych shall: conduct, administer, and interpret a full
spectrum of psychological assessment tools and consult with
command personnel; manage relevant process improvement, program
validation, and related research; develop and manage appropriate
personnel selection records and filing systems The Clinical Psych shall provide professional development and
awareness education to leadership and SOF personnel as requested The Clinical Psych shall provide crisis response and follow-up care in
the event of unit casualties or other serious incidents. The Clinical Psych shall function as liaison between unit personnel
and Psych base/community helping professionals/agencies. Where
required, Ops Psych shall support the assessment and selection of
incoming personnel and provide feedback to unit leadership on
suitability of personnel to serve within certain military organizations
or positions. All deliverables shall meet professional standards and
guidelines defined by the organization's commander and/or senior
Operational Psychologist The Clinical Psychologist shall provide technical expertise,
consultation, and direct support in the areas of assessment and
selection of personnel, operational support, human performance
enhancement, and the provision of clinical services to unit members The Clinical Psych shall maintain credentialing requirement in good
standing at a local military treatment facility In addition to required doctoral level training and licensure, all
Clinical Operational psychologists shall consider the following
specialized training and education that prepare them for their duties.
These requirements are waiver able, on a case- by-case basis, by the
senior Component Command Operational Psychologist, COR,
Leadership Command at the unit level The Clinical Psych with Prior military and/or SOF experience is
desired and encouraged to apply Must Have fluent oral and written communication skills in English Ability to carry 20lbs and traverse outdoors with varying weather
conditions based upon operational and training scenarios designated
by command/COR Must possess the willingness to Integrate into a structured culture
focused on mission support through active resiliency practice Must be a self-starter with a willingness to work with an autonomous
flow.
Must have ability to pivot and blend with patience due
to the Government/DoD process and most important the
tasking/tempo of the unit Information about the 212th Rescue Squadron (212 RQS)
& The Mission The 212th Rescue Squadron (212 RQS) is a unit of the Alaska Air
National Guard 176th Wing stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-
Richardson, Anchorage,Alaska. The squadron has no assigned
aircraft; personnel assigned use aircraft of the 210th and 211th
Rescue Squadrons of the Wing. Established on 8 October 2004 by the Air Force Special Operations
Command as part of a re-organization of Air National Guard rescue
units which created separate squadrons for fixed-wing, helicopter and
pararescue elements of the 210th Rescue Squadron. The HH-60 helicopter flight became 210th Rescue Squadron; the HC-
130P Hercules flight become the 211th Rescue Squadron, and the
pararescue flight became the 212th Rescue Squadron. The 212th
also received additional manning and Combat Rescue Officers, which
further increased its capabilities. The squadron consists of pararescue and support personnel, using
the HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters of the 210th Rescue Squadron and
the HC-130P Hercules transports of the 211th Rescue Squadron. All
three squadrons are assigned to the 176th Operations Group. Category: Healthcare , Keywords: Clinical Psychologist

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