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Clinical Director Job Opportunity 2023/2024 at United States Federal Bureau of Prisons

United States Federal Bureau of Prisons is recruiting for Clinical Director (Psychologist) – apply here. We are delighted to inform you about the ongoing United States Federal Bureau of Prisons Recruitment for Clinical Director 2023/2024 – get started under.

As a Psychologist with the Bureau of Prisons, you serve those who need help most. You’ll treat challenging, complex cases with a variety of diagnoses. You’ll join a dedicated team of interdisciplinary professionals who are often the first Psychologists to care and treat those in our population. Join us and practice your profession where every day is different — and you make a difference. All while earning federal pay and law-enforcement benefits.

Clinical Director Available Jobs Vacant Positions at United States Federal Bureau of Prisons

Staff PsychologistPay Levels GS 11-12
Forensic PsychologistPay Levels GS 12-13
Advanced Care Level PsychologistPay Levels GS 12-13
Specialty Program CoordinatorPay Levels GS 12-13
Drug Abuse Program CoordinatorPay Levels GS 12-13
Chief PsychologistPay Levels GS 12-13-14

Benefits for successful applicants

  • Federal pay, benefits, and retirement
  • Advancement and leadership opportunities
  • Safe environment and tight-knit team
  • Positions open around the U.S.
  • Role security and flexibility

REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGIST KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSAs):

  1. Knowledge of treatment methods and interventions relevant to corrections
  2. Job-related experience, including conducting individual and group psychotherapy
  3. Knowledge of psychological assessment and report writing
  4. Knowledge of program administration

EDUCATION

Satisfactory completion of all the requirements for a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or equivalent) from an APA-accredited doctoral program directly related to full professional work in psychology is required (i.e., Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology).

Qualifications

Required experience level is dependent on the grade level to which you are applying. To qualify as a GS-11, your doctoral internship year is counted, and you may qualify. For GS-12 and above, you must have one year of appropriate professional experience which is comparable in difficulty and responsibility to the next lower grade level. Pertinent unpaid or volunteer work will be credited on the same basis as paid employment. For all positions other than Staff Psychologist and Drug Abuse Program Coordinator, applicants must hold a full, current, and unrestricted license to practice psychology at the doctoral level in a state, territory, commonwealth of the United States (e.g., Puerto Rico), or the District of Columbia. Additional requirements and considerations for specific roles and pay levels will also apply.

Age Limits

At time of appointment, applicants must not have reached their 37th birthday, unless they have previously served in a federal civilian law enforcement position covered by special Civil Service retirement provisions — including early or mandatory retirement. For psychologists, a waiver may be granted up to age 39.

How to apply for Clinical Director Job Opportunity 2023/2024 at United States Federal Bureau of Prisons

Apply here

Check out the application process for helpful tips! Visit usajobs.gov for all other BOP psychology position openings

  1. Apply for a Staff Psychologist position at www.usajobs.gov
  2. Select any two BOP locations where you would like to work.
  3. After your application is accepted, you will be added to our register of candidates.
  4. When a position becomes available at one of the facilities you selected, you will be considered. If selected, we will contact you with an offer.

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