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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Social Workers and Psychologists Apply Now

Hiring 130 Counselors by 30 September. The Dept of Army is seeking to hire civilian Psychologists and Social Workers to provide assessment, evaluation, treatment plan development, and counseling services to active duty military and their family members utilizing individual, group, and family psychotherapy. To Apply, visit and click on Job Opportunities, then select Psychologist or Social Worker to view vacancies.

Help the Army Substance Abuse Program to make a difference in the lives of returning soldiers and their family members. The past 10 years of conflict, often involving multiple deployments and extended separations, have created unprecedented stressors. Risk for substance abuse and suicide has never been greater. We need professionals to provide assessment and counseling in the treatment of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.

We are looking for psychologist and social worker candidates with Masters Degrees and independent clinical licensure. Candidates must possess or obtain Substance Abuse certification within one year and have at least one year post degree experience providing substance abuse treatment. > > > > Read More