Psychologist/Chief Psychology Section

Tour of Duty:
Monday - Friday 8am - 4:
30 pmChief of Psychology Section/Psychologist - Function Statement 000000 The Chief Psychology Section is responsible for the administrative and clinical supervision of all psychology staff to the medical center and it's affiliated CBOC's.
Oversight of the professional practice of psychology to ensure the highest quality of care.
Development and implementation of programs, policies and procedures, oversight of administrative and programmatic resources, and monitoring outcomes using data-driven quality assurance processes.
Exercise wide latitude and independent judgment to deliver specialized, complex, highly professional services.
Provide direct care to veterans and families.
Consultation for difficult/complex cases, staff education and intern/post-doctoral fellow supervision.
May have research teaching options.
Administrative responsibilities may include:
Collaborating with the Chief, Behavioral Medicine in the design, development and implementation of clinical programs for a team of treatment providers.
Adhering to operational policies and procedures for the treatment team.
Provide clinical oversight of all psychological and psychotherapeutic services along with the quality of all psycho therapies, psychological assessments, psychological testing, mental health care management and other psychosocial interventions.
Oversees credentialing process.
Monitor clinical training/development.
Comply with national and local performance measures.
Comply with CPRS documentation procedures.
Participate and attend administrative and informational meeting.
Participate and comply with psychology peer review procedures.
Participate and comply with all performance improvement/quality management initiatives.
Clinical responsibilities may include:
Provision of education to patients and families.
Comprehensive, evidence based psychotherapeutic interventions, family and/or individual group psychotherapy.
Teaching and/or Training may include:
Provide clinical supervision and instruction for psychology students and/or residents.

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Chief Revenue Cycle Officer
Pittsburgh, PA ExecuNet
School Psychologist:
Philadelphia, PA EDU Healthcare
School Psychologist
Spring Mills, PA EDU Healthcare
Chief Executive Officer - Lancaster Rehab Hosp...
Lancaster, PA Kindred Healthcare
Section Leader, Nuclear Medicine (Nuclear Med ...
Harrisburg, PA Pinnacle Health Systems
Allentown, PA Barton Associates