ADVOCACY SUPERVISOR, NF-04/RFT, CAMP FOSTER Job in Camp Foster, Japan – Department of the Navy



The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of the Navy. The opening is for an ADVOCACY SUPERVISOR, NF-04/RFT, CAMP FOSTER in Camp Foster, Japan Feel free to browse this and any other job listings and reach out to us with any questions!

U.S. Marine Corps, Department of the Navy
Job ID: 581167
Start Date: 03/25/2022
End Date: 04/25/2022

Qualification Summary
BASIC REQUIREMENTS: Incumbent must possess, at a minimum, a Masters Degree in Social Work (MSW), Counseling, Mental Health, or other behavior health field from an accredited program. The specific disciplines are: Clinical Psychologist, Ph.D.; Clinical Social Worker, MSW, Ph.D., or DSW; Counseling Psychology, MS, MA or M.Ed.; and Marriage & Family Therapist, Ph.D. M.A, or M.S. Must possess a valid state license or certification at the independent provider level. Candidates must meet the criteria established by CHAMPUS/TRICARE for independent provider status. Accepted licenses include LCSW, LCISW, LPC (from a limited number of states), LMFT, LMHC, or Licensed Psychologist. States whose LPC scope of practice have been determined consistent with DoD/DoN definition are limited to: AZ, FL, HI, IL, LA, MD, NJ, OH, SC, TX, VA, WA, and WY. Full professional knowledge of standard and accepted theories, methods, principles, practices, and techniques of clinical supervision, as well as of individual, marital, family, and group counseling. A minimum of four years post-graduate professional experience, of which two years must be in couple/family and children services or two years post-graduate professional experience in family/domestic violence, or two years mental health counseling with individuals and families; and a minimum of two years of post-graduate experience as a supervisor of professional clinical providers. Must have knowledge of and experience with working in the area of domestic violence to include spouse and child abuse. Must successfully complete a background security investigation.QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Ability to discern clients’ presenting problems and to subsequently develop reliable and accurate treatment plans which include the counseling skill and abilities to help clients reach treatment goals. Ability to work well with civilian and military peers, subordinates, and superiors; act as part of a multi-disciplinary team, and facilitate a coordinated community response to domestic violence, child abuse, and neglect. Knowledge of function and location of organizational components of MCCS and other on-island referral sources in order to assist with program planning and efficient utilization of resources. Mature professional judgment, allowing the flexible use of a wide variety of supervision, counseling, and training skills. Knowledge of assessment techniques for determining clinicians’ skill levels and professional development needs, as well as determining the needs of clients. Ability to discern individual clinicians’ training and programmatic professional development needs; and have the ability to develop reliable and accurate plans to meet these needs. Knowledge of group dynamics and interactions in order to work effectively with counseling and supervision groups. Knowledge of communication and training skills necessary for individual supervision, programmatic training, and community-based educational workshops. Ability to complete written documentation of supervisees’ progress, client case histories, treatment plans, etc. Ability to provide verbal and written interpretations of events in a credible and professional manner during legal, medical, or military actions. Knowledge of administrative procedures in order to fulfill record keeping responsibilities, contribute to program planning, and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the clinical and educational programs within Behavioral Health Family Advocacy Program.This activity is a Drug-free workplace. The use of illegal drugs by NAF employees, whether on or off duty, cannot and will not be tolerated. Federal employees have a right to a safe and secure workplace, and Marines, Sailors, and their family members have a right to a reliable and productive Federal workforce.This position is designated as a Position of Trust, and the incumbent must be eligible for a background check. Must be able to obtain and maintain a National Agency Check with Inquiries and State Criminal History Repository Check (Tier 1) with Childcare background checks which are required for positions that involve working with children under 18 years of age.Due to the nature of work in this position, the incumbent may serve in an “on call” duty status outside of normal work hours that includes: remaining in a reasonable call back radius, carrying a cell phone or pager, or regularly checking email to respond to emergencies; remaining in a state of readiness to perform work with limitations on pursuing outside leisure activities, and/or reporting to a designated post of duty to be ready to or to perform work.

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