Civilian Clinical Child Psychologist
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U. S. Naval Hospital Okinawa Japan
Become a valued member of the world’s largest group practice in providing quality medical care.
Experience the wonderful opportunity to live and work in Japan!
What you will do!
√ Support the Education and Developmental Intervention Services
Program that provides early intervention, special education, and
related services for children (birth through age 21) of DOD families
who work overseas.
√ Provide psychological services and evaluation techniques to
improve and maximize the educational, social, vocational, and
emotional functioning of children and adolescents.
√ Identify, diagnosis, and treat mentally disabled children and
adolescents to help them function in a wide range of environmental
settings to include the home, school, and community, with the goal of
enhancing their independence and self sufficiency.
This permanent full-time position offers exceptional benefits
▪ Lifetime health insurance (Navy pays portion of your premium, you
pay with pre-taxed dollars); you can carry into retirement and include
your spouse. Plus health/dependent care flexible spending accounts.
▪ 401K-type investment plan with employer matching and flexibility to
retire between 55-57 after 10 years of employment.
▪ Life insurance (Navy pays portion of your premium).
▪ Long term care insurance.
▪ Monetary allowances to help defray certain expenses such as
payment of permanent change of station, temporary lodging and living
expenses, tax-free cost of living allowance, salary advance up to 3
▪ DOD schools that provide primary and secondary education.
▪ Special medical or education services for family members.
▪ Access to base facilities including medical facilities, commissary,
and exchange privileges.
▪ Local and cultural events.
▪ And there’s more.
• Your initial tour of duty is 24 months which may be
extended up to the maximum of 5 years.
• After your 2-5 year tour, the Department of Defense
will help place you in a same/similar position in the
√ Completion of doctoral degree directly related to
√ Completion of APA-accredited or comparable 1-year
clinical internship training program.
√ Active Psychologist license awarded by any state.
√ One or more years of post-license clinical child
psychologist experience screening, evaluating, and
treating children (birth to age 21).
Go to http://usajobs.gov, search for V#970310 and
follow the instructions to apply on-line. Applications
must be received by the close date of November15,
If you have any questions, contact Charlotte Cleghorn at
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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