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  • Monday, July 01, 2024 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    Clinician, RIS (

    Level: Experienced

    Job Location: Fairfax, VA - Fairfax, VA

    Position Type: Full Time

    Education Level: Bachelor's Degree Required

    Salary Range: $85,000.00 - $86,368.00 Salary/year

    Travel Percentage: 10 - 20%

    Job Shift: Regular

    Job Category: Health Care

    Job Description 

    Clinical Therapist (LCSW, LCPC, LMFT, LGPC, LCADC, LGADC, LMSW or LPC) provides professional trauma-informed counseling services to individuals, families, or groups receiving services within the Refugee and Immigrant Services (RIS) Department at Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area in Northern, Virginia. The RIS Department provides resettlement and employment services to refugees, asylees, and other forced migrants. The ideal candidate will have extensive culturally appropriate counseling experience working with asylum-seekers, refugees, immigrants, victims of human trafficking, and/or victims of domestic violence. The candidate must have a commitment to the mission of LSSNCA, as well as the diverse refugee and immigrant populations which we have served for over 100 years in the National Capital Area. 

    Essential Functions 

    • Conduct intakes, psychosocial assessments, and trauma inventory; determine acuity, strengths, and therapy needs. 

    • Coordinate and provide care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable, and client centered. 

    • Develop family-centered and culturally appropriate and responsive treatment plans and provide outpatient services including individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, and training using evidence-based and trauma-informed practices. 

    • Work cooperatively with members of a larger treatment or service coordination team, either internally within the agency or externally in the larger community. 

    • Provide short term crisis intervention to address immediate mental health emergencies, stabilize the individual in crisis, and create and implement a safe, appropriate plan. 

    • Provide basic case management services to assist clients achieve wellness and autonomy as needed. 

    • Responsible for clinical documentation, i.e., case notes, patient assessments, service/treatment plans, and other forms/records as required in a timely manner. Maintain detailed case files and other documentation in 100% compliance with the RIS program standards. 

    • Develop, facilitate, and effectively present program curricula for classes or groups on human trafficking, substance abuse/mental health, and other topics. 

    • Participate in actively soliciting feedback from program participants through distributing satisfaction surveys or other approved means. 

    • Meet or exceed program productivity expectations on a regular and sustained basis. 

    • Participate in meetings and be an active member of the RIS Team 

    • Other duties as assigned. 



    Competency Statement(s) 

    • Empowerment - Facilitator in building the capacity of our clients, staff and organization 

    • Inclusion - Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences while promoting a harassment-free environment. 

    • Honesty / Integrity - Ability to be truthful and be seen as credible in the workplace. 

    • Respect - Highest regard to the dignity of the whole person, and for the opinions, circumstances and feelings of all stakeholders. 

    • Quality - Up hold the highest standards, through the demonstration of accuracy and thoroughness, and is accountable to all stakeholders. 

    • Communication, Oral - Ability to communicate effectively with others using the spoken word. 

    • Communication, Written - Ability to communicate in writing clearly and concisely. 

    • Customer Oriented - Ability to take care of the customers’ needs while following company procedures. 

    • Leadership - Ability to influence others to perform their jobs effectively and to be responsible for making decisions. 

    • Problem Solving - Ability to find a solution for or to deal proactively with work-related problems. 

    • Professionalism - Accepts responsibility for own actions and always engages in respectful behavior. 


    • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC), Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC), Licensed Graduate Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LGADC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Psychologist. 

    • Fully licensed in Virginia, provisionally licensed considered 

    • Skilled in providing individual, family and group therapy. 

    • Knowledge and experience in trauma-informed practices. 

    • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with attention to detail. 

    • Excellent interpersonal skills, including good communication skills, “active” listening skills, and attitude. 

    • Strong analytical and data management skills. 

    • Proficient in data collection, electronic medical record database and Microsoft Office products. 

    • Maintain patient, team member and employer confidentiality, compliance with all HIPAA regulations. 

    • Must pass required physical, TB test, and drug screening. 

    • Must pass required child registry clearances for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. 

    • Must be eligible for employment in the U.S. 

    • Valid driver’s license, access to an automobile, insurance, and willingness to drive to off-site locations. 



    Other Requirements: 

    • Fluency in one or more of the following languages - Dari, Pashto, Spanish, Arabic, or Tigrinya; Ability to work in a diverse environment 

    Child Welfare Lead Clinician, LSCW (

  • Monday, July 01, 2024 2:12 PM | Anonymous

    Child Welfare Lead Clinician, LSCW (

    Level: Experienced

    Job Location: Fairfax, VA - Fairfax, VA

    Position TypeFull Time

    Education Level: Graduate Degree

    Salary Range: $88,000.00 - $89,000.00 Salary/year

    Travel Percentage: 10 - 20%

    Job Shift: Regular

    Job Category: Nonprofit - Social Services

    Job Description: 

    As the Foster Care Services Lead Clinician for Virginia Foster Care, you will be responsible for supporting and ensuring the comprehensive service delivery of clinical services in a foster care program. The Lead Clinician will offer consultation and trauma-informed expertise to program staff and stakeholders to promote stable foster placements and provide clinical feedback. Additionally, the Lead Clinician will conduct trainings during the onboarding process for new staff and continually, as needed. This role includes direct supervision of clinicians.   

    This position is expected to function effectively with minimal supervision while following the guidelines given on procedures, along with agency, state, and federal regulatory requirements. 

    Essential Functions :

    • Support and supervise clinicians with service delivery, documentation and client related issues; 

    • Provide direct therapeutic services to clients and community as needed including group work and family therapy; 

    • Facilitate comprehensive clinical related training to new program staff and interns; 

    • Ensure ORR and the program’s internal documentation practices and reporting requirements are met in following with contract and licensing standards; 

    • Participate in staff meetings with stakeholders and offer clinical feedback regarding client treatment needs; 

    • Develop and maintain positive relationships with funding sources, licensing sources, families and collaterals; 

    • Attend, facilitate, and assist with providing on-going education and support services to foster parents; 

    • Participate in data collection and review to evaluate individual and program success – set goals for improvement based on overall strategies and objectives; 

    • Provide crisis intervention and guidance to staff regarding clinical components of crisis intervention and long-term treatment strategies; 


    Education and Experience 

    • Master’s degree in Social Work and 2 years of postgraduate direct service delivery experience OR; 

    • Master’s degree or Ph.D. in psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is a program requirement, and 2 years of postgraduate direct service delivery experience; 

    • Licensure to provide clinical services or eligible to obtain professional licensure or registration, if applicable; 

    • Supervisory experience in direct service delivery with the ability to effectively delegate tasks and responsibilities; 

    • Prior experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations, preferred; 

    • Bi-lingual English and Spanish, required 

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal communication, group leadership skills, public speaking and clinical and persuasive writing skills; 

    • Ability to work under stress or in a fast-paced environment, including crisis situations;   

    • Strong organizational skills with knowledge of financial, human resource and marketing requirements; 

    Other Requirements :

    •    Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries. 

    • Valid driver’s license 

    • Pass a drug screening 

    • Clean driving record 

    • A personal vehicle or access to a vehicle is a plus; valid vehicle insurance 

    Preferred Skills :

    • Knowledge of the United States Resettlement and Unaccompanied Children’s Program, and Virginia foster care laws and processes 

    • Ability to supervise a diverse staff and to operate and manage a culturally diverse workplace 

    • Excellent oral, written and inter-personal communication skills; strong public speaking/presentation skills;  

    • Proficient in MS Office suite, Windows 7;  

    • Attention to detail and accuracy; strong organizational skills;  

    • Ability to promote professional growth for program staff 

    • Knowledge of community resources and services systems 

  • Monday, July 01, 2024 1:59 PM | Anonymous

    Clinical Social Social Work Supervisor (


    Job Location: Fairfax, VA

    Position Type: Full Time

    Education Level: 4 Year Degree

    Salary Range: $91,560.00 - $91,560.00 Salary/year

    Travel Percentage: Up to 25%

    Job Shift: Day

    Job Category: Nonprofit - Social Services

    Job Description

    The Clinical Social Worker Supervisor (LCSW – DC, MD, & VA) provides individual and group supervision to LSSNCA’s Wellness Services Clinical staff.  The Clinical Social Worker Supervisor collaborates with other social work supervisors to identify staff learning needs and develop training to improve staff competencies. The Clinical Social Worker Supervisor will also provide trauma-informed counseling services to a minimum number of individuals, families, or groups receiving services within the CARE for Newcomers Program at LSSNCA. The Wellness Services programs provides essential behavioral and psychosocial health services for vulnerable adults and families seeking asylum or other forms of humanitarian relief in the U.S. The ideal candidate will have extensive supervisory experience as well as culturally appropriate counseling experience working with asylum-seekers, refugees, immigrants, victims of human trafficking and/or victims of domestic violence. The candidate must have a commitment to the mission of LSSNCA, as well as to the diverse refugee and immigrant populations we have served for over 100 years in the National Capital Area

    Essential Functions

    • Conduct individual and group supervision with Clinical Therapist staff ~ weekly or bi-weekly.
    • Conduct regular clinical chart reviews for clients served by the Wellness Services Programs.
    • Support clinical training and skill building with all Clinical Therapist staff within the CARE for Newcomers Program
    • Provide assistance with clinical interventions and facilitate case conferences when necessary.
    • Provide feedback to staff and supervisors regarding clinical performance.
    • Work as an integral part of the agency in strengthening clinical competencies.
    • Lead or participate on committees tasked with developing and carrying out organizational strategic initiatives.
    • Promote collaboration between clinical, administrative, and evaluation staff.
    • Promote communication between program clinical staff and CARE National staff to provide linkages to medical, psychiatric, and other service providers.
    • Ensure quality of program services per program policies and funding requirements.
    • Maintain supervision and evaluation records and prepare reports.
    • Collaborate in providing supervision for Social Work Interns.
    • Conduct limited number of intakes, psychosocial assessments, and trauma inventories; determines acuity, strengths, and therapy needs for a minimum number of clients per week.
    • Develop family-centered and culturally appropriate and responsive treatment plants to provide outpatient services including individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling and training using evidence-based and trauma-informed practices, to a minimum number of clients per week.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    Qualifications and Education Requirements

    • Master’s degree in social work with clinical licensures in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and VA (LCSW / LCSW-C / LICSW)
    • 6-8 years of experience providing clinical social work to refugee and immigrant populations with a minimum of two years of supervisory experience
    • Eligible to initiate, pass and maintain e-QIP background check by the National Background Investigations Bureau
    • DC/MD/VA CPS clearance
    • DC/MD/VA and FBI Criminal History clearances
    • Successful completion of Physical, TB Test
    • Valid driver's license, insurance, and clean driving record
    • A personal vehicle or access to a vehicle is a plus
    • Must be a U.S. citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident
    • Must have COVID-19 immunizations and booster

    Preferred Skills

    • Fluent in English and Spanish (written and spoken) a plus
    • Ability to supervise a diverse staff.
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with attention to details.
    • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills, including good communication and “active” listening skills; strong public speaking/presentation skills.
    • Ability to promote professional growth for program staff.
    • Strong analytical and data management skills, including proficiency in the use of data collection tools, electronic medical record databases and Microsoft Office 365
    • Knowledge of community resources and services systems.
    • Skilled in providing individual, family and group therapy.
    • Knowledge and experience in trauma-informed practices.
    • Ability to operate and manage within a culturally diverse workplace
    • Fluent in English and Spanish (written and spoken) a plus

  • Thursday, June 13, 2024 10:27 AM | Anonymous

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    If so, join trusted industry leader Spectrum Healthcare Resources and the ranks of revered healthcare professionals providing exceptional care to those who serve our country. As a child psychologist in the military medical system, you can expect autonomy to practice medicine the way it was intended - with a focus on patient care and outcomes. We are actively hiring a Child Psychologist at Ft. Bliss in El Paso, TX.

    Why Choose Spectrum Healthcare Resouces?

    · Enjoy unmatched work-life balance and access to state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and a network of experts, enabling you to provide the highest standard of care to our Nation's heroes

    · This fully insured patient population is deeply appreciative of the care they receive and are eager to return to full health

    · Join a team of like-minded professionals with SHR. Enjoy full employee status, including a comprehensive benefits package, generous PTO, and more

    Position Highlights:

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    For More Information:

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    Contact us today or visit to join us on our mission to make a lasting impact on the lives of our Nation's heroes.

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    Company Overview:

    At Spectrum, we utilize over thirty-five years of experience providing optimal solutions for federal agencies that are both innovative and cost-effective. We hold ourselves to the highest standard to ensure successful outcomes for the facilities and healthcare professionals we serve. As a Joint Commission Certified Healthcare Resource, dependability and service are the driving forces of our mission.

    Spectrum Healthcare Resources is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


  • Tuesday, June 11, 2024 3:00 PM | Anonymous

    The Seminole Tribe of Florida is Hiring for their Center for Behavioral Health Department! Competitive Pay, Benefits, and Paid Time off.

    The Seminole Tribe of Florida is a federally recognized Native American Tribe and sovereign Tribal Government, dedicated to providing high quality care and services to its members who reside on reservations throughout South Florida; Hollywood, Big Cypress, Brighton, Fort Pierce, Immokalee, Lakeland, Tampa and two satellite offices located in Naples and Miami (Trail).

    The Center for Behavioral Health’s Mission is to strive to be the integrated mental and behavioral health provider of choice for the Seminole Tribe of Florida utilizing culturally sensitive and empirically based interventions that promote optimal individual functioning and well-being, while treating Tribal members with compassion, respect, and dignity. CBH is a CARF accredited mental and behavioral health outpatient provider for adults, adolescents and children. CBH provides a comprehensive array of behavioral health services including: substance abuse and mental health therapy, psychiatric services for children and adults, psychological services for children and adults, crisis intervention and stabilization, case management, prevention initiatives year-round and a 24 hour on call service to the tribal communities. Additionally, we provide occupational, speech/language, behavioral analysis and physical therapies to tribal children reservation wide. CBH also provides oversight to the BC Youth Home for dependent children and follow all applicable ICWA standards and laws. 

    If you’re interested in employment with us, please visit to view current openings with our different Reservations. Once you find an opportunity that interests you, click on the job then proceed to fill in the required sections and upload your resume for that role. It will then be automatically forwarded to the corresponding department for review. General inquiries can be emailed to

  • Friday, May 24, 2024 7:44 AM | Anonymous

    The Chief of Psychology for Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO) will report directly to CHCO Mental Health In-Chief with matrixed reporting to the Chief Medical Officer of CHCO. The Chief will provide leadership to psychologists across CHCO, providing oversight of efforts throughout CHCO on matters relating to psychology practice and as well as directing the activities and assuring accountability of clinical psychologists whose practice is within CHCO. Please note, this is an open rank position and could be categorized as an Associate Professor or Professor based on experience and qualifications as indicated below. Key Responsibilities: · Collaborating with CHCO Psychology leaders to advance, standardize, optimize quality, and sustain clinical programming system-wide through engagement with the CHCO Psychology Leadership Council and in partnership with Psychology leaders from across departments and programs. · Participating in Medical School initiatives to promote Psychology professional practice and advance pediatric behavioral health care. · Partnering with the Psychology Department within the CHCO Medical Staff Office to optimize credentialling and performance evaluation of psychologists system-wide. · Collaborating with clinical leaders and financial systems to provide fiscal accountability of Psychology practice, including productivity requirements, reporting systems, revenue tracking and quality monitoring. · Providing guidance and support for current and future evidence-based practice led by or involving Psychologists. · Overseeing the supervision and evaluation of psychology faculty, in collaboration with other psychology leadership. · Involvement in advocacy for child and adolescent mental health initiatives, informing and advising policy makers and government agencies, collaborating closely with CHCO government affairs team. · Working with Psychologists throughout CHCO to provide appropriate support for focused and ongoing professional practice reviews, billing and documentation assistance, recruiting and hiring, and expertise and advice on matters relating to Psychology practice. · Assisting in the development and oversight of a Psychology administrative and operational structure to support CHCO-wide Psychology practice. · Promoting and supporting research efforts by Psychologists through membership in the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute · Oversight of Psychology training programs at CHCO in collaboration with training directors.

    · Clinical responsibilities appropriate for background, expertise, and interest. The Chief of Psychology will also serve as the Director of Psychology for the Division of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (DCAMH) of the University of Colorado Department of Psychiatry (DOP) reporting to the Director of the DCAMH and the Vice Chair for Psychology. Work Duties Include: · Participation on the Pediatric Mental Health Collaborative Leadership Team. · Participation in the DCAMH Faculty Executive Committee. · Membership in the Executive Council of the Department of Psychiatry’s Office of Psychological Science and Practice. · Providing supervision and evaluation as appropriate for psychology leaders, faculty, trainees, and researchers. · Mentoring of faculty (psychologists, psychiatrists, advanced practice providers, master’s level clinicians) to support a significant scholarly emphasis. · Lead and/or assist in the development of funded research programs.

    Work Location: Children’s Hospital Colorado

    Why Join Us: The University of Colorado offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, tuition benefits, ECO pass, paid time off – vacation, sick, and holidays and more. To see what benefits are available, please visit:

    Diversity and Equity: The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse student body, faculty and administrative staff. The university strives to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. We encourage applications from women, ethnically minoritized individuals, persons with disabilities, persons within the LGBTQ+ community and all veterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.

    Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must meet minimum qualifications at the time of hire. Associate Professor: ● 4-7 years of relevant research or clinical experience at rank or equivalent experience. ● Minimum degree qualifications: Ph.D. or PsyD from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association ● Currently licensed as a clinical psychologist and eligible for licensure in the State of Colorado. Professor: ● 7+ years of relevant research or clinical experience at rank or equivalent experience. ● Minimum degree qualifications: Ph.D. or PsyD from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association ● Currently licensed as a clinical psychologist and eligible for licensure in the State of Colorado.

    Preferred Qualifications: ● Evidence of effective leadership of clinical programs and work within complex systems. ● Evidence of significant research, evaluation, or quality improvement experience with appropriate funding and publication record. ● Evidence of successful mentoring of faculty and trainees. ● Evidence of service (or leadership in) to professional organizations related to the practice of psychology. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: ● Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with faculty, staff, students, alumni, industry and the public. ● Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees at all levels throughout the institution. ● Knows and applies best practices in diversity and inclusion practices or has knowledge and understands cultural differences. ● Knowledge regarding clinical research regulations and principles of ethical conduct. ● Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy when dealing with stakeholders at all levels. ● Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, residents, students, alumni, and administrative personnel at all levels including outside organizations and the public. ● A demonstrated ability to organize and complete complex projects and to work under tight deadlines.

    How to Apply: For full consideration, please submit the following document(s): 1. A letter of interest describing relevant job experiences as they relate to listed job qualifications and interest in the position 2. Curriculum vitae / Resume 3. Five professional references including name, address, phone number (mobile number if appropriate), and email address 4. We, at the University of Colorado and within the Pediatric Mental Health Institute, are committed to diversity, health equity and inclusion/belonging. Please provide a letter describing your demonstrated leadership in DEI and how you plan to contribute to this as the Chief of Psychology. Applications are accepted electronically ONLY Questions should be directed to: Stacey L’Hommedieu,

    Screening of Applications Begins: Screening begins on immediately and continues until (6/15/2024).

    Anticipated Pay Range: The starting salary range (or hiring range) for this position has been established as HIRING RANGE: · Associate Professor: $130,000- $145,000 · Professor: $175,000 to $205,000 · Administrative Stipend: $15,000/year with a 0.5 FTE buyout The above salary range (or hiring range) represents the University’s good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting. This position is not eligible for overtime compensation unless it is non-exempt. Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. The University of Colorado provides generous leave, health plans and retirement contributions that add to your bottom line. Total Compensation Calculator:

    ADA Statement: The University will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout the employment application process. To request an accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the Human Resources ADA Coordinator at

    Background Check Statement: The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective employees.

    Vaccination Statement: CU Anschutz strongly encourages vaccination against the COVID-19 virus and other vaccine preventable diseases. If you work, visit, or volunteer in healthcare facilities or clinics operated by our affiliated hospital or clinical partners or by CU Anschutz, you will be required to comply with the vaccination and medical surveillance policies of the facilities or clinics where you work, visit, or volunteer, respectively. In addition, if you work in certain research areas or perform certain safety sensitive job duties, you must enroll in the occupational health medical surveillance program.

    University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

    Department: Department of Psychiatry

    Job Title: Open Rank – Chief of Psychology

    Position #TBD: – Requisition #33150

  • Wednesday, November 30, 2022 11:30 AM | Christopher Nicholls

    The Nicholls Group in Scottsdale AZ ( is pleased to announce an immediate opening for a doctoral-level psychologist who has training and skills in lifespan clinical and/or neuropsychology. We are an established group of psychologists who receive referrals from community and specialty physicians, psychologists, academic institutions, former patients, attorneys, and web-based inquiries. We operate on a fee-for-service (cash) basis and do not contract with insurance companies or Medicare/Medicaid. Our practice is approximately 60% pediatric and 40% adult, and we provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for individuals with neurodevelopmental and acquired disorders, acute and chronic health/disability conditions, anxiety, depression, and executive function disorders. We provide English and Spanish language services and serve a broad patient population from the perspective of age, disability, ethnicity, culture, gender identity, and physical diversity. Our website is

    The ideal candidate would be a psychologist who is licensed or eligible in the State of Arizona. Individuals with an interest in the young adult manifestation of neuropsychological conditions are especially encouraged to apply, however, we would consider appropriate candidates in all areas of specialty. Board certification or eligibility is desired. Job duties could include both assessment and/or intervention/psychotherapy services. We encourage application from individuals with minority/diverse backgrounds and an intersectional approach to services. Either part-time or full-time opportunities are available. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Christopher J. Nicholls, Ph.D., in care of

  • Monday, October 11, 2021 4:40 PM | Anonymous

    Chief Executive Officer - National Register of Health Service Psychologists Washington, Dist. Columbia, United States


    The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists serves as its leader, representative, and spokesperson. The CEO leads the National Register in fulfilling its mission to credential health service psychologists, executing the National Register’s strategic plan and positioning the organization programmatically as the professional home for health service psychologists. In addition, the CEO promotes credentialed health service psychologists to consumers, provides distinction and value to health service psychologists, guides psychology students and early career psychologists (ECPs) toward credentialing, enhances health service psychologists’ contributions to integrated healthcare, and identifies qualified health service psychologists in the global community. The CEO represents and supports the 15,000 credentialed Health Service Psychologists and Associate members of the organization and reports to the NR’s Board of Directors.

    The CEO is a visionary who embraces change, understands and seeks out new technologies, communicates with different audiences, and understands the political and economic dimensions of the healthcare industry. The successful applicant will have a history of working with diverse populations and a demonstrated commitment to improving inclusivity in the field.

    The CEO oversees management of the organization, including administration, finances, and personnel. The CEO serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Association’s peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Health Service Psychology, and oversees all other publications of the Association. The position requires someone who likes to solve problems, implement solutions, work with decision-makers, build coalitions, and nurture and leverage a growing network of strategic partnerships.

    The full description can be viewed here:

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  • Thursday, September 23, 2021 1:45 PM | Anonymous


    DIVISION DIRECTOR, NIOSH Division of Science Integration  

    The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) seeks qualified
    candidates for an exciting career opportunity as Division Director of the NIOSH Division of Science Integration (DSI).

    Duties: This position will serve as director to over 100 full-time employees located in Cincinnati, OH and be responsible for managing, directing, overseeing, and evaluating all activities of the DSI. Critical functions include management, leadership, and oversight to supervisors, leaders, team chiefs, and contractors.

    Qualifications: Applicant should have a PhD, MD, or other doctorate degree in one or more of the following: disease prevention, or related health sciences, public health, occupational health, epidemiology, or social or behavior science. Experience must be in a health or scientific assignment but may also have management responsibility. Should have professional experience and stature that is commensurate with the duties of the position. Preferred candidates should be trained in medicine, public health, epidemiology, environmental health, occupational health, scientific leadership, policy, or administration; and should have completed current peer-reviewed publications, invited presentations and/or patents.

    NIOSH, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is the federal institute that conducts research and makes recommendations for preventing work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths. DSI conducts research, synthesizes scientific information, creates policy, technical, and educational documents, and develops and disseminates targeted occupational safety and health information.

    The position is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati is a well-connected city with strengths in manufacturing, financial services, and healthcare.
    Home to 52 diverse, vibrant neighborhoods, Cincinnati also offers beautiful OHIO views, historic houses, arts of all kinds, and more.

    The application is open through October 15, 2021.
    To apply for this position, submit the following materials to by

    • Curriculum vitae or resume showing work schedule, hours worked per week, dates
    of employment, and duties performed.
    • Cover Letter (less than 2 pages)
    • Unofficial Doctoral academic transcript is *required*
    More information is available at:

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  • Thursday, August 12, 2021 9:54 AM | Anonymous

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    Career Opportunity at NIOSH – Research Psychologist

    The CDC National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is seeking Psychologist to join the Division of Science Integration in Cincinnati, OH. This position is responsible for researching job stress and health problems and psycho-social considerations for workers.

    Application Closes: 08/16/2021 Salary: $80,562 to $104,735 per year

    NIOSH has more than 1,300 employees from a diverse set of fields including epidemiology, medicine, nursing, industrial hygiene, safety, psychology, chemistry, statistics, economics, and many branches of engineering. The Division of Science Integration uses a public health approach to develop and transfer information and provide recommendations to prevent occupational deaths, injuries, and diseases. Applicants with expert knowledge of intervention research methods, impact of organizational and job stressors, formulation of research protocols and demonstrated skills in preparation of research reports are encouraged to apply.

    Interested applicants should apply by clicking on the link below.

    Research Psychologist (GS-12)

    Should you have questions, please contact us at

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