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OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW:

Provide services to the Mental Health Clinic under the medical treatment facility at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Duties include comprehensive primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention services, comprehensive psycho-diagnostic and assessment services, and comprehensive therapeutic services using evidence-based psychotherapy for identified psychiatric disorders, V-code diagnoses, and occupational concerns. The psychologist will function in a specialty mental health clinic and may fall under the Mental Health Element Chief, Medical Director, or Mental Health Flight Commander. The Psychologist will comply with all applicable laws and regulations consistent with the Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Healthcare Facilities, Health Services Inspection standards, and all other applicable standards.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Experience

The Psychologist shall have a minimum of one year of Clinical Psychology experience and must have experience in short-term, evidence-based psychotherapy protocols.

Education

The Psychologist shall have a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) or (Psy.D.) degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited psychology program or a program and have completed an APA accredited internship/residency in professional psychology or an internship or residency.

Licensure

Shall have and maintain a current license to practice psychology in any one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. The license cannot be under investigation nor have any adverse action pending from a national licensing/certification agency. The psychologist must demonstrate a record of continuing education since becoming licensed.

Language

Must be able to competently, clearly and confidently communicate in English to include; reading, writing and speaking.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General

Provide mental health services in the Mental Health Clinic at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Provide comprehensive primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention services, comprehensive psychodiagnostic and assessment services, and comprehensive therapeutic services using evidence-based psychotherapy for identified psychiatric disorders, V-code diagnoses, and occupational concerns. The psychologist will function in a specialty mental health clinic and report to the Mental Health Flight Commander. The psychologist will attend meeting and staff conferences such as quality improvement meetings and commander’s staff meetings. The work schedule is a standard 40 hour-per-week schedule with an estimated 8 patients per day or 40 patients per week.

Specific Duties

  • Attend and participate in meetings during normal duty hours, including professional staff conferences and other appropriate professional activities such as, but not limited to the following: quality improvement meetings, professional staff meetings, commander’s staff meetings, mental health flight meetings, installation-level population health meetings, and other meetings required by applicable regulations, MTF guidance, or as directed by the Mental Health Flight Commander or designated representative and the Functional Requirements Evaluator Designee (FRED).
  • Conduct applied research, develop and collect data to assess the psychological health of units, and conduct clinical investigations in clinical/behavioral health psychology as needed and as directed either by the Director of Psychological Health or Mental Health Flight Commander.
  • The psychologist will conduct psychological procedures and techniques, to include but not limited to interviewing, behavioral assessment, evidenced-based therapies, and psychological testing/psycho-diagnostic testing, in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological and neuropsychological disorders using the following skills: Individual, family and group psychotherapy, couples’ therapy, alcohol and drug treatment evaluations.
  • Consults with other mental health professionals in the clinic, medical personnel, legal authorities, military commanders and school districts, as required.
  • Participates in military specific training (e.g., training to perform Command Directed Evaluations, security clearances, Military Training Instructor clearances, use of the Air Force Guide to Managing Suicidal Behavior, pre-post deployment screening, PTSD, and combat stress) and others as directed by the Mental Health Flight Commander or AF policy.
  • Participates in and successfully completes all required AF training for mental health providers as directed by the mental health flight commander. Demonstrates core competency skills in general and Specialty Mental Health areas to include treatment of PTSD, Mood Disorders, and other psychiatric conditions using evidence-based therapy as outlined in the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines.
  • Provides brief cognitive/behavioral interventions for patients with a range of occupational concerns, regularly monitors fitness for duty and suitability for AF service and provides recommendations to the Medical Director or other medical staff regarding retaining, discharge, or medical board evaluation of a full range of Service Members.
  • May provide classes and/or groups in format appropriate for the Mental Health clinic, ADAPT (Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention and Training) clinic, or primary care clinic as needed, including a full-range of psychoeducational classes such as, but not limited to stress management classes, sleep, relationships, mood problems, and medical/behavioral problems.
  • Successfully consults with PCMs on-demand about general issues or specific patients and ensures PCMs receive same day verbal and/or written feedback on patients referred.
  • May deliver brief presentations/ training to Mental Health Flight members or primary care team members regarding behavioral health issues, referral services, or mental health conditions
  • Participates in team efforts to develop, implement, evaluate, and revise clinical pathway programs needed in the clinic.
  • Maintains accurate and current notes in the electronic medical records of all patients seen using appropriate AF systems as directed by the Mental Health Element Chief.
  • Consults with medical personnel, legal authorities, and military commanders as required.

 

To apply for this job email your details to l.bell@thenobiliscorp.com

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW:

Provide expert behavioral sciences consultation to Guardian Angel operators in support of a broad range of organizational, operational, and investigative requirements within the POTFF parameters; including human factors, analysis, research, training, deployment readiness, and reintegration as well as personnel support activities.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Experience: The Operational Psychologist shall have two years post-doctoral experience within the past five years in the independent practice of psychology in the field of clinical psychology. The Operational Psychologist must have experience and training in the assessment and treatment of The Operational Psychologist must have experience working with athletes within the military Special Operations Forces (SOF) community, National Collegiate Athletic Association, or professional sports.

-Alcohol & Substance Abuse -Domestic Violence
-Child Abuse -Post-Traumatic Stress
-Mood and Anxiety Conditions -Family/Marital Issues

 

Education

The Operational Psychologist must have a Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of Psychology degree in clinical or counseling psychology for an APA-approved psychology program, as well as an APA-approved internship/residency in clinical psychology (or a program acceptable to the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army). The Operational Psychologist must have and maintain a valid license to practice psychology and demonstrate a working knowledge of professional standards and ethics regarding the delivery of clinical psychology programs. The Operational Psychologist must have training in critical incident/stress trauma interventions and possess or be willing to obtain Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) training.

Licensure

  • Current certification in the basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to include Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training.
  • Valid license to practice psychology.

Language

Must be able to competently, clearly and confidently communicate in English to include; reading, writing and speaking.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General

The Operational Psychologist is to establish and serve as the subject matter expert in all elements of the evaluation and management of physical and behavioral science injuries, injury prevention, and performance enhancement of Guardian Angel (GA) Operators. Be responsible for the support, attainment, and sustainment of peak human performance through the strengthening, evaluation and mental prevention of uninjured Operators, as well as the aggressive treatment and rehabilitation of injured Operators to facilitate a rapid return to duty. Collaborate with unit leadership and medical staff to ensure the highest level of Operator and unit physical and mental readiness through injury prevention, fitness, and educational human performance optimizations strategies within the Preservation of the Force and Family (POTFF) program parameters.

Specific Duties

  • Develop, plan, and initiate resiliency programs for preventing and treating behavioral health issues to support all aspects of the Guardian Angel (GA) and Special Tactic (ST) operators.
  • Serve as subject matter expert in all elements of the evaluation and management of physical and behavioral science injuries, injury prevention, and performance enhancement of Guardian Angel Operators.
  • Conduct, administer, and interpret a full spectrum of psychological assessment and tools and consult with command personnel.
  • Collect, analyze, resolve, disseminate, and archive information resulting from products created under this support
  • Manage relevant process improvement, program validation, and related research.
  • Participate in periodic meetings to review the care provided to GA. Identify opportunities for improvement in behavioral health and care strategies.
  • Develop and manage appropriate personnel selection records and filing systems.
  • Manage referrals and disposition of referrals for behavioral healthcare.
  • Provide professional development and awareness education to leadership and GA operators as requested.
  • Function as the liaison between GA operators and base/community helping professionals/agencies.
  • Support the assessment of personnel and provide feedback to unit leadership on the suitability of personnel to serve in certain positions as required.
  • Provide technical expertise, consultation, and direct support in the areas of operational support, human performance enhancement, and the provision of clinical services to unit members.
  • Maintain credentialing requirements in good standing at a local Medical Treatment Facility (MTF).
  • Assist with the preparation of short and long-term fiscal plans.
  • Conduct Baseline and post-event neuropsychological screening and collect/analyze data and monitor trends in psychological health as directed.
  • Develop and promulgate training opportunities for the POTFF staff to enhance career development, the potential for advancement and to further professional expertise.
  • Ensure the safe and effective operation of equipment used for patient care and contribute to a safe working environment.
  • Attend annual required training in accordance with guiding instructions. Commands will allow for attendance at necessary conferences or courses to complete continuing education units required to maintain certification that will be paid for by the 57th Rescue Squadron.
  • Document care/therapy performed in the operator’s Electronic Health Record via the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA)

 

To apply for this job email your details to l.bell@thenobiliscorp.com

OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW:

The PTIM is to serve as the subject matter expert in all aspects of the evaluation and management of musculoskeletal injuries, injury prevention, and performance enhancement of military patients. The PTIM is responsible to support the attainment and sustainment of peak human performance through the strengthening, evaluation, and prevention of uninjured Operators, as well as the aggressive treatment and rehabilitation of injured Operators to facilitate a rapid return to duty. Collaborates with unit leadership and medical staff to ensure the highest level of Operator and unit physical readiness through injury prevention, physical fitness, and educational human performance optimization strategies within the Preservation of the Force and Family (POTFF) program parameters.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Experience:  The PTIM shall have experience working with elite athletes within the military Special Operations Forces (SOF) community, National Collegiate Athletic Association, or professional sports. Additionally, the PTIM must have a demonstrated history of performing manual therapy and Graston technique soft tissue mobilization.

Education: The PTIM must have a Master’s Degree or higher in physical therapy from an accredited college or university and a valid state physical therapy license with board certification through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) as either an Orthopedic or Sports Clinical Specialist (O/SCS).

Others:

  • The PTIM shall be physically proficient to demonstrate all prescribed exercises and techniques.
  • The PTIM may be asked to attend certain training(s) to better understand SOF performance and injuries – PTIM should be able to hike over rough terrain, function in austere environments, and able to lift and manipulate loads and plates up to 25 kilograms.
  • The QAR will coordinate the necessary computer training. The training will be on-site and during normal duty hours. This training will be at no cost to the PTIM. These systems include but are not limited to AHLTA

Language:

Must be able to competently, clearly and confidently communicate in English to include; reading, writing and speaking.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The specific tasks to be performed are:

  • Provide examinations, evaluations, diagnosis/assessment, treatment, evidence-based intervention and medical management, consultation, counseling, education, prevention, and follow-up services for the 57th RQS operators.
  • Serve as the onsite Injury Manager (IM) responsible for coordinating the operator’s medical care needs including directly assisting the injured operator’s interactions with Tricare for medical referrals or military medical treatment facility (MTF).
  • Serve as the onsite IM responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting the metrics related to unit injury trends.
  • Participate in periodic meetings to review the care provided to GA. Identify any opportunities for improvement in prevention and care strategies.
  • Serve as an advisor to the unit POTFF Manager in matters related to injury prevention, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.
  • Serve as an advisor to the unit POTFF Manager for administrative matters, purchasing of supplies and equipment and supplemental fiscal requests.
  • Conduct equipment, product, and literature review to ensure the POTFF stays current with the provision of care.
  • Provide input for the development and utilization of relevant data collection and strategies.
  • Conduct peer (record) reviews for the POTFF staff as directed.
  • Conduct the collection and reporting of workload data as requested by the unit POTFF Manager.
  • Assist with unit POTFF Manager in developing and updating criteria-based job descriptions and performance standards.
  • Assist with the preparation of short and long-term fiscal plans.
  • Develop and promulgate training opportunities for the POTFF staff to enhance career development, the potential for advancement and to further professional expertise.
  • Ensure the safe and effective operation of equipment used for patient care and contribute to a safe working environment.
  • Attend annual required training in accordance with guiding instructions from The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Commands will allow for attendance at necessary conferences or courses to complete continuing education units required to maintain certification that will be paid for by the 57th Rescue Squadron.
  • Document care/therapy performed in the operator’s Electronic Health Record via the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA).

OTHER FACTORS:

Additionally, the PTIM shall collect, analyze, resolve, disseminate, and archive information resulting from products created under this support. The PTIM is also required to understand the highly complex DoD culture, policies, and processes, as follows:

  • Collect: The PTIM shall execute active collection to include direct observations, interviews, surveys, and focused collection of recovery and prevention therapy for individuals in the unit.  The PTIM shall then perform the initial analysis of the collected data and provide direct feedback.  This requires activities to include but not limited to strength and conditioning testing, evaluating, identifying physical performance trends and providing feedback for physical performance improvement, injury avoidance, and injury recovery.
  • Analyze: The PTIM shall analyze collected information and research current professional references to facilitate in-depth analyses to determine trends, additional material or support requirements, future performance concerns, and other information.  Data collection and analyses shall be conducted on an ongoing basis with quarterly reporting.  Furthermore, analysis and reporting related to the support shall be performed during the training cycle and during pre and post-deployment training evolutions.  Where applicable, the results of these analyses should identify and prioritize physical training and rehabilitation gaps across the unit with recommendations so that the final product will be able to be disseminated to the correct audience for resolution in accordance with the Government’s guidance.  This includes providing any recommended performance training guidance necessary to enhance the operators’ capabilities.
  • Resolve: The PTIM shall recommend mediums and forums to publish findings, characterized as issues or deficiencies that negatively impact the unit’s performance, readiness, training, and procedures.
  • Disseminate: The PTIM shall release findings based on approved recommendations in the form of reports, summaries, publications, and entries into systems of record. Additionally, findings will be incorporated into training, exercises, and operational planning.
  • Archive: The PTIM shall perform updates to applicable databases for trends analysis and historical reference. All information, reports, and products are the property of the government.

 

To apply for this job email your details to l.bell@thenobiliscorp.com

OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW:

The CSCS is to establish and administer effective strength and conditioning protocols to maximize the physical performance of individual Rescue Operators. These protocols will ensure tactical conditioning by monitoring and resolving performance trends while addressing individual needs. The CSCS will provide routine fitness reports to the appointed commander/representative and maintain a professional relationship with the operators’ medical support staff to resolve problem areas outside their scope.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

Experience:  Demonstrated sustained experience working with elite athlete populations. Creditable specialized experience includes: developing long and short-range planning and coordination of Special Operation Personnel (SOP) specific performance programs resulting in attributable results with elite athletes (i.e. Division I collegiate, Olympic, professional level athletes or SOP-specific tactical professionals).

Education: Must have a Master’s Degree or higher in an accredited exercise science, health science, or physical education-related discipline and shall have a minimum of five years of experience.

Certification:

  • Must have and maintain current certification by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a certified strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or be a licensed Athletic Trainer. Maintenance of this certification shall be an enduring commitment of the requirement and be the CSCS’s responsibility.
  • Must have a current certification in basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to include an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training.
  • Shall be physically proficient to demonstrate all prescribed exercises and techniques.
  • May be asked to attend certain training(s) to better understand SOP performance and injuries – CSCS should be able to hike over rough terrain, function in austere environments, and able to lift and manipulate loads and plates up to 25 kilograms.

Language:

Must be able to competently, clearly and confidently communicate in English to include; reading, writing and speaking.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The specific tasks to be performed are:

  • Coordinate individualized exercise programs with the organization to ensure a safe and expeditious return to training of individuals recovering from injury.
  • Design and implement physical training programs to ensure proper functional movement fitness routines for each individual Rescue Operator to increase energy system development, strength training, and power development
  • Design and monitor physical training programs for personnel who are on TDY or deployed.
  • Perform routine (once a month) pre and post evaluations that will determine arm/leg/abdomen/hip girth measurements and functional movement screening that will determine Rescue Operators ability to move efficiently.
  • Perform routine (once a quarter) performance testing that includes the following minimum:
    • Energy System Development/VO2 max testing, Vertical Jump, Grip Strength, 90 Degree Static back extension tests
    • Rescue Operator Fitness Test
    • Rescue Operator functional movement max performance Fitness Assessments
  • Provide instruction and guidance to individuals on physical conditioning and injury prevention.
  • Collaborate with the registered dietician to provide routine (once a month) nutrition education and evaluation for each individual Rescue Operator to increase performance and transform body compositions.
  • Refer all personnel under his/her purview with an apparent new or undiagnosed medical condition to a medical provider for evaluation and treatment.

OTHER FACTORS

the CSCS shall collect, analyze, resolve, disseminate, and archive information resulting from products created under this support. The CSCS is also required to understand the highly complex DoD culture, policies, and processes, as follows:

  • Collect: The CSCS shall execute active collection to include direct observations, interviews, surveys, and focused collection of recovery and prevention therapy for individuals in the unit.  The CSCS shall then perform the initial analysis of the collected data and provide direct feedback.  This requires activities to include but not limited to strength and conditioning testing, evaluating, identifying physical performance trends and providing feedback for physical performance improvement, injury avoidance, and injury recovery.
  • Analyze: The CSCS shall analyze collected information and research current professional references in order to facilitate in-depth analyses to determine trends, additional material or support requirements, future performance concerns, and other information.  Data collection and analyses shall be conducted on an ongoing basis with quarterly reporting.  Furthermore, analysis and reporting related to the support shall be performed during the training cycle and during pre and post-deployment training evolutions.  Where applicable, the results of these analyses should identify and prioritize physical training and rehabilitation gaps across the unit with recommendations so that the final product will be able to be disseminated to the correct audience for resolution in accordance with the Government’s guidance.  This includes providing any recommended performance training guidance necessary to enhance the operators’ capabilities.
  • Resolve: The CSCS shall recommend mediums and forums to publish findings, characterized as issues or deficiencies that negatively impact the unit’s performance, readiness, training, and procedures. Disseminate: The CSCS shall release findings based on approved recommendations in the form of reports, summaries, publications, and entries into systems of record.  Additionally, findings will be incorporated into training, exercises, and operational planning.
  • Archive: The CSCS shall perform updates to applicable databases for trends analysis and historical reference. All information, reports, and products are the property of the government.

To apply for this job email your details to apply@nobilissrs.com