Overview:The Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE) is the lead psychological health component for the Defense Health Agency (DHA), providing psychological health care support to the nation s Service members, veterans, and families. PHCoE collaborates with the DoD, Department of Veterans Affairs, and other agencies providing leadership and expertise, informing policy and driving improvements in psychological health outcomes. The Clinical Care division supports the Clinical Community of Interest to implement new scientific findings and drive practice change in behavioral health care across the Department of Defense (DoD).The Clinical Care division requires a Clinical Psychologist to catalyze new scientific findings into clinical practice change. Clinical and psychological expertise will be harnessed to inform development of training curriculum, implementation projects, and program evaluation for Clinical Care division projects being piloted across the Department of Defense (DoD). The successful candidate will have expertise in behavioral treatment methods and techniques addressing the psychological conditions of relevance to the military. This team member will assist with developing implementation research protocols, provide clinical and research expertise to collaborating agencies, analyze and prepare data and relevant information for presentations and publications, develop and deliver program curriculum, lead training and education activities, and respond to agency inquiries related to implementation science for behavioral health. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience with implementing novel treatments, with clinical practice change management and with treating patients with behavioral health needs in a military and/or veteran care setting, a solid knowledge of evidence-based treatment and clinical practice guidelines, and a history of publishing peer-review journal articles and other scholarly and/or government-related documents.Duties and responsibilities:Provide information and support to internal and external stakeholders seeking information and/or offering products and ideas for implementation, assisting them across the possible life-cycle of an implementation project from initial concept to final reportDevelop and oversee practice change protocols as assigned, providing implementation science expertise, working with critical stakeholders and measuring relevant metrics to report on the impact of those projectsConduct basic analyses of data from questionnaire studies assessing psychosocial characteristicsConduct quantitative and qualitative needs assessments to assist in prioritizing practice change effortsServe as a liaison with the collaborating agencies, regarding issues related to the implementation of practice change strategies and monitoringMonitor implementation science literature, keeping research team members abreast of relevant findingsPrepare data for leadership reports, scientific presentations and publicationsConduct literature reviews and environmental scans to inform the development of practice change projects, for program development, and to inform policyLead complex projects related to the implementation of new interventions in psychological health care in the Military Health System (MHS)Develop project and program-specific curricula and deliver professional training both in-person and via webinarPromote development and implementation of best practices in military psychological health care by exercising the skills of a reflexive and reflective scientist practitionerMaintain active engagement with current developments in the field of clinical psychology and related disciplinesProvide evidence-informed written responses, sometimes within a very short turn-around timeTravel to military treatment facilities to conduct provider training (up to15%Travel)Perform administrative duties as neededMandatory Qualifications (Education, Certifications, Experience, Skills)Doctoral degree in clinical psychologyLicensed as a clinical psychologist2 years experience, to include:Demonstrate strong understanding and knowledge of implementation science and/or clinical practice change managementCapacity to collaborate easily with peers, managers, and clients while leading program development to a completed and successful solutionStrong organization skills to manage multiple timelines and complete tasks quickly within the constraints of client s timelines and budgetsProficiency in Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint)Desired Qualifications (Education, Certifications, Experience, Skills)Peer reviewed publications of relevance to implementation science and/or clinical practice change managementTraining or experience in project management and/or program managementAbility and experience communicating effectively (speaking and writing) to diverse audiences in order to convey clinical processes, problems, and solutionsDemonstrate experience and knowledge of U. 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