Job Title: Psychologist
Location: Dayton, OH
Hours: Full-time Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week
Pay: $125,000 - $130,000/year annually, depending on experience
Type of Hire: Long-term contract: 1 year to start with 5 year
extension pending (temp to hire)
Start Date ASAP – September 30th
PSYCHOLOGIST (CLINICAL OR COUNSELING)
or Psy.D. Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an American
Psychological Association accredited program
least 4 years’ experience working in the psychology field.
familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the
psychology field, and have experience assessing, and treating a wide variety of
adult complex psychiatric problems and this includes the use of psychological
of military organization and culture and the unique stressors placed upon
personnel in an operational military workplace.
writing and presentation skills, including the ability to conduct scientific
professional, detail oriented, possess excellent communication skills, and
speak English fluently.
to thrive in a team environment, yet able to complete assigned tasks
independently or with minimal guidance from team leads.
skills; the ability to achieve set goals; initiative in performing assigned
tasks; ability to follow-up complex projects with influence, and integrity; and
ability to interact professionally with all levels of personnel within and
outside of the organization.
teaching or instructor experience, in order to facilitate course scheduling or
modifications as needed.
in preparing project papers, staff reports and decision papers; and skill and
ability in organizing and delivering briefings to senior leadership, managers,
work groups, higher HQ, to encourage understanding and acceptance of findings
Must be able to pass a government
background and financial credit check
Must be a US citizen
military experience, embedded experience, and/or previous experience working in
a military research environment
psychological expertise and training for a multidisciplinary program and
support for providers in the field.
assistance in producing the curriculum for training programs, as well as the
instruction of the course material.
in the execution of prioritized scientific investigations and in implementing
initiatives to mitigate psychological stressors and risks and to optimize Airman
program goals and objectives, the sequence and time of key program events and
milestones, and methods of evaluating the worth of program accomplishments.
in scheduled team meetings, by providing updates on course scheduling, content
develop, and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and
assist with the onboard of newly hired employees.
meetings related to expertise with government and civilian organizations,
academia, and subject matter experts.
research support and gather data to assist in identifying psychological issues
and their scope, and impact. This
includes performing literature reviews and computer searches/retrievals to
compile data for use in ascertaining the needs of assigned areas.
in organizing and delivering briefings to senior leadership, managers, work
groups, to encourage understanding and acceptance of findings and
psychological consultation, education, and training to military
commanders/senior leaders and other mental health professionals and medical
training in areas such as EMR, case management, Air Force mental health clinic
operations and specialty evaluations.
evidence-based clinical psychology services at the base hospital, in order to
remain current in the field and to remain a licensed credentialed provider.
in initial and on-going training, military specific training/activities and
others, as directed by the unit Commander or his/her designee to include:
continuing education, site visits, workshops, lectures, and seminars to
maintain required certifications and updated program requirements.
be required to travel outside of local area for events that include trainings,
seminars, conferences, briefings, interventions, and Geographically Separated
Units. Travel may include commercial or military aircraft or vehicle.
all mandatory initial and annual training requirements necessary as part of
licensure or credentialing renewal.
Level One Personnel is an equal opportunity and
affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability, protected veteran status or other status protected