Clinical Counseling Analyst

Washington D.C.
Jun 19, 2017
Jun 27, 2017
Full Time


CNIC offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms. CNIC provides competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and extensive professional development and training. The mission of the Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Programs is to maximize the physical, emotional and social development of the fleet, fighter and family. FFR enables a ready Navy force through its Fleet Readiness, Family Readiness, and Housing Programs. We provide direct and support services to all non-appropriated fund (NAF) employees who work for Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR), Navy Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS), and Navy Getaways throughout the FFR Program worldwide.

This position is established to analyze, evaluate and advise management on the effectiveness of line programs and/or the efficiency of the management of assigned programs.  Also, to maintain accountability for the full range of assigned responsibilities associated with the Navy’s Clinical Counseling programs. The incumbent is directly responsible for the evaluation of the effectiveness of clinical services delivered by the organization and serves as the Subject Matter Expert on the Sailor Assistance Intercept for Life (SAIL) program.

  • Occasional Travel
  • Occasional travel of less than 20% may be required.

  • Yes
  • Relocation Authorized


Resumes must include information which demonstrates experience and knowledge, skills, and ability (KSAs) as they relate to this position. Applicants are encouraged to be clear and specific when describing their experience level and KSAs.

Must possess a current, valid, unrestricted license or certification that provides legal authority to provide clinical services as an independent practitioner in the fields of Social Work, Psychology or Marriage and Family Therapy.

Must possess a masters or doctoral degree in one of the following disciplines: 

  • Marriage and Family Therapy from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE) or an equivalent degree.
  • Social Work from a school accredited by Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) or an equivalent degree.
  • Psychology from a doctoral program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) or an equivalent degree.

Must have engaged in 2 years (includes at least 2000 hours), of full time, post masters supervised clinical experience.

Must have engaged in two years or 2,000 hours post licensure full-time clinical experience in a clinical setting.

Ability to identify needs, trends, and performance measures to evaluate program effectiveness. 

Knowledge of program concepts, principles, practices, and procedures and the ability to apply this knowledge to difficult and complex case assignments in order to develop new methods, approaches, or procedures.

Ability to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of pertinent data, and develop findings.

Ability to identify needs, trends, and performance measures to evaluate program effectiveness. 

Knowledge of military community support programs. 

Knowledge of a wide range of current professional techniques, theories, practices and procedures of clinical psychology or social work to identify problems, select and recommend appropriate practice models to use across target populations in suicide prevention.

Knowledge of laws, Department of Defense (DoD) instructions, directives, policies, and procedures pertaining to counseling and advocacy programs, preferably in the military milieu. 

Ability to prepare and deliver recommendations at management briefings and field installations.

Occasional travel of less than 20% may be required. 



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