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COMPETITIVE PAY. GREAT BENEFITS.
REWARDING THROUGH AND THROUGH.

FIGHTING FOR PEACE IS A DEMANDING JOB. MAINTAINING PEACE OF MIND, EVERY BIT AS CHALLENGING.

Keeping our nation safe and secure is one of the most rewarding missions on the planet, but it’s also one of the most challenging. It requires exceptional individuals placing themselves into unpredictable situations and overcoming extraordinary challenges. The demands, both physically and mentally, can be formidable for our Airmen and their families, which is why fostering resiliency is so important.

Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) is hiring licensed clinical psychologists for its True North Resiliency Program at locations in Alaska, Arkansas, California, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Texas.

True North is an innovative program that places mental health professionals, psychologists, physical therapists, and religious support teams within Air Force communities most at risk, providing support and counseling to Airmen and their families to bolster resiliency, enhance wellbeing, and improve overall mental health.

IT’S IMPORTANT WORK THAT CAN MAKE A CAREER. MAKE IT YOURS.

Now hiring licensed civilian professionals for the following positions:

  • Clinical Manager
    (Clinical Psychologist 8+ years experience)

  • Clinical Psychologist
    (2-5 years experience)

  • Lead Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    (5+ years experience)

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    (2-5 years experience)

*Relocation and other Recruiting Incentives possible

COMPETITIVE PAY. GREAT BENEFITS. REWARDING THROUGH AND THROUGH.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Must be a U.S. Citizen — Must be able to obtain and maintain the proper security clearance.

Substantive professional knowledge of clinical psychology, human performance enhancement within neurocognitive and psychosocial domains, and improving personal resiliency.

Expert knowledge of evidence-based treatments and standards of clinical practice for a full range of psychological disorders to plan and provide treatment to patients.

Knowledge of administration, scoring, and interpretation of select psychological and psychosocial measures to properly assess patient’s and family’s needs.

Skill to prepare accurate written documentation in patient care and provide guidance and consultant services to medical professionals, managers, and clients.

Other skills, knowledge, and professional requirements can be found on the application page.

Positions available in:

  • Beale AFB, CA

  • Cannon AFB, NM

  • Holloman AFB, NM

  • Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK

  • Joint Base San Antonio, TX

  • Little Rock AFB, AR

  • Minot AFB, ND

  • Offutt AFB, NE

  • Travis AFB, CA

The deadline to submit applications is Friday, August 6, 2021 at 11:59 CT

Learn more about the True North Program.

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AIR FORCE CIVILIAN SERVICE: WORKING SHOULDER TO SHOULDER WITH OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM

There’s not a force on the planet that can compete with the U.S. Air Force in air, space, or cyberspace. One reason for its supremacy is the dedication and professionalism of people like you who comprise the 170,000 strong Air Force Civilian Service. Whether it’s caring for the health and wellbeing of Airmen and their families, maintaining the equipment, facilities, and infrastructure that allows the Air Force to be ready at a moment’s notice, or launching rockets and overseeing the nation’s GPS network, behind every Airman, every achievement, every milestone—there’s someone like you. Forces. Joined.

Equal Opportunity Employer. U.S. citizenship is required. Must be of legal working age. Some positions may require a security clearance.