General Dynamics Information Technology Clinical Psychologist in Richland, Washington
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:
No Active Clearance Required
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:
No Active Clearance Required
No Suitability Required
Engineering & Sciences
GDIT is currently searching for a Clinical Psychologist to join our team located in Richland, WA. This position is responsible for providing Behavioral Health Services (BHS) to workers under the Occupational Medical Services Contract at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Hanford Site. Services include: psychological assessments; fitness-for-duty, return-to-work, and Human Reliability Program (HRP) evaluations, employee assistance program (EAP) counseling, Substance Abuse Program (SAP) monitoring, and education and consultation services.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Performs psychological evaluations and interprets psychological tests (MMPI-2-RF, PAI, various cognitive tests).
Develops appropriate treatment plans and conducts brief psychotherapy for eligible Hanford site employees with emotional and behavioral problems.
Performs psychological assessments of work related performance relative to screening, fitness for duty evaluations and return to work functions.
Provides consultations to employers, managers and work groups regarding behavioral issues and program development.
Prepares and presents educational materials for group training and stress management classes.
Uses psychological tests and interviews to assist employers and medical staff with diagnoses and treatment.
Evaluate customer feedback on quality of services to identify areas for improvement.
Participates in quality assurance and improvement activities, regulatory compliance, and accreditation maintenance/compliance activities.
Build strong relationships and partnerships with Hanford customers, stakeholders, and employees; interface with the community, such as medical/psychological/counseling community providers and various health programs.
Adhere to and foster acceptable health and safety practices.
Adhere to all company policies and procedures.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Must have Requirements :
A Doctoral Degree (PhD or PsyD) in clinical psychology that includes a one-year clinical internship approved by the American Psychological Association or an equivalent program.
Minimum three years postdoctoral clinical experience with a major emphasis in psychological assessment.
Valid, unrestricted license to practice clinical psychology in the State of Washington (or the ability to obtain license within a reasonable time upon hire).
Ability to obtain DOE access authorization/clearance.
Ability to appropriately maintain and document private and confidential information, and to maintain confidentiality in communications with management and others.
Knowledge of psychological professional skills and procedures including substance abuse issues.
Knowledge of current regulations and guidance that affect essential functions including laws and regulations governing health information (i.e. Privacy Act of 1974, HIPAA, etc.) specific to clinical psychology records and files.
Ability to effectively communicate issues related to work with medical providers, employers, human resources and industrial relations personnel on a need to know basis.
Ability to exercise patience and communicate effectively with representatives from other organizations as well as clients in emergency, crisis, and/or stressful situations.
Knowledge and application of laws related to Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, American with Disabilities Act and other processes to facilitate client needs.
Knowledge of instructional methods and techniques to develop training modules and appropriate materials for preparation/presentation of preventive training to work groups.
Good analytical skills, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
Demonstrated proficiency with personal computers, office equipment, and standard office software including Microsoft Office and Outlook.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Experience in an occupational health services organization preferred.
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Telecommuting Not Allowed
USA WA Richland - 1979 Snyder St (WAC020)
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