Eagle Ray, Inc.

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Clinical Psychologists

Clinical Psychologists

ID 
2017-2372
Job Location 
US-VA-Springfield
Security Clearance 
TS/SCI/poly

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Overview

We’re looking for Eagle Ray people.  Eagle Ray is a rapidly growing, woman owned business specializing in strategic transformation services. We deliver complex professional services across the IC, DoD and DHS.  With Eagle Ray’s help, our clients reduce cost and program risk, enhance operational performance and drive the development of new capabilities to end users in the National Security Enterprise.  We offer an engaging corporate culture, a dynamic work environment and competitive total compensation.
 
Insight. Impact. Innovation.  Eagle Ray people are hands-on, results-oriented, and invested in the success of our customers’ missions.  Come work with us, you can really make a difference!

 

Clinical Psychologists will provide behavioral science expertise and analysis in support of counterintelligence (CI), law enforcement, insider threat, counterespionage, personnel security, and violence and suicide risk assessment matters.  They will  have in-depth knowledge of intelligence, CI and law enforcement regulations, directives, and procedures.  Experience working with ICD 704 and related security adjudication/suitability matters.  Clinical Psychologists provide evidenced-based assessments that demonstrate professional competency and boundaries while also operating with an awareness of PerSec and CI factors. Analyzes data objectively and articulately communicates findings well-matched for different ends (e.g., to influence decisions, explain options).  They will develop and present behavioral sciences and/or mental health trainings and briefings to a wide range of audiences.  It is important that Clinical Psychologist act as a liaison with DoD/Intelligence/law enforcement and mental health/psychological communities of practice.

Responsibilities

  • Provide psychological consultation within an intelligence community setting with a focus on psychological support to:
    Personnel security adjudications, investigations and continuous evaluation; insider threat / threat management case referral and disposition; Insider threat detection methodologies collaboration with modelers, and research methodology; Counterintelligence inquiries, investigations and operations; and, Personnel assessment and selection for specialized assignments.
  • Provide psychological assessment, direct and indirect, Administration and interpretation of a wide-range of psychological tests (to include cognitive and personality measures).
  • Delivers tailored informational and technical trainings, briefings and workshops.
  • Behavioral science training, organizational needs assessment, management consultation.
  • Liaison with external agencies.
  • Travel to remote sites to provide services.

Qualifications

Required:

 

  • TS/SCI Clearance
  • Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology
  • 10 to 15 yrs. 
  • Case-specific risk assessments based on a thorough review of available data; verbal consultation to monitoring processes, referral decisions, and policy evaluation procedures; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Review of applicability and relevance of potential data sources; consult to collection plan development and implementation; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Evaluation of proposed automated solutions; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Case-specific risk assessments based on a thorough review of available data; consultation to threat management processes and referral decisions, consultation regarding case disposition; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Consult to the development and implementation of training initiatives; provide input into the awareness campaigns and other associated initiatives designed to promote the SII mission.
  • Direct and indirect assessment based on a thorough review of available data, psychological interview (direct assessment only) and psychological testing (direct assessment only); verbal consultation; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Indirect assessment based on a thorough review of available data; verbal consultation; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures.
  • Assessment of organizational needs/values, team dynamics, workforce trends, management issues; verbal consultation; written consultation (both formal and informal products); associated records management procedures
  • Develop training briefings/presentations; deliver briefings/presentations.
  • Perform literature review, case studies, program evaluation for the purposes of advancing behavioral science related to all aspects of insider threat and improving internal processes for insider threat protection.  

Desired: 

 

  • Effective interviewing skills, Violence/self-harm risk assessment skills, Forensic assessment.
  • High quality psychological report writing that includes useful recommendations.
  • Superior customer services skills.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Timely completion of documentation in a manner consistent with professional standards.
  • Must hold a full, current, and unrestricted license to practice Psychology in the United States  and Maintain Professional Licensure through Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

 

Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity