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Psychologists and Social Workers Army Substance Abuse Program

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Hiring 130 Counselors

■ Duties Provide assessment, evaluation, treatment plan development, and counseling, utilizing individual, group and family psychotherapy.

by 30 Sep

■ Qualifications Required Masters degree in clinical or counseling psychology or social work Possess active independent clinical license. Possess or obtain Substance Abuse Certification within one year. One year post degree experience providing substance abuse treatment. ■ Salary $50,287 - $93,175 ■ Incentives Permanent Change of Station or First Duty Station Travel will be paid Recruitment incentive, relocation incentive, advance in-hire rate, or student loan repayment may be offered. ■ Benefits Shared-cost health and life insurance options Employer matching 401K Annual 13-26 vacation days, 13 sick days and 11 paid holidays Continuing education Advancement opportunities

Help a Hero Heal Some battles are not fought on the battlefield. Our soldiers and their family members need our help. The past 10 years of conflict, often involving multiple deployments and extended separations, have created unprecedented stressors. Some soldiers or family members turn to alcohol and drugs to help them cope. We are committed to ensure that no member of the Army Family has to face the challenges of dealing with substance abuse alone. As the stigma of seeking treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders has decreased, more soldiers and family members are coming forward to seek help. We have a critical shortage of counseling psychologists and social workers to provide treatment. Now more than ever, we need civilians to step up and lend a hand to those who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedom.

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Army Substance Abuse Program employment opportunities

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Army Substance Abuse Program employment opportunities