Job Title:Clinician – Community Counseling Center (Behavioral Health)
Department:Department of the Navy
Agency:U.S. Marine Corps
Job Announcement Number:6319
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|$16.53 to $29.00 / Per Hour|
|Monday, August 05, 2013 to Tuesday, September 10, 2013|
SERIES & GRADE:
|Regular Full-Time Position - not to exceed four years with potential for conversion to permanent without further competition.|
|5 vacancies -
Okinawa Island, JAView Map|
WHO MAY APPLY:
Worldwide (Open to SOFA and non-SOFA status, DON, and CONUS)
NOTE: *** Candidate must be a United States citizen if recruited from the United States or a family member residing in Japan under the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA.)
WHO ARE WE?
MCCS is a branch of the Department of Defense.
Mission Statement: “Utilizing innovative business practices, we consistently provide a diverse blend of quality programs, products and services for our multi-faceted community. MCCS Makes Okinawa Home.”
WHERE ARE WE AND WHAT IS IT LIKE?
The tropical island of Okinawa is surrounded by the turquoise and emerald green waters of the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The weather is hot in the summer with cool winters. It has incredible beaches with great diving and water sports. There is a large English-speaking population. The Military Bases and Camps offer schooling in English for children. It is a fun and very safe environment to raise a family. We are a stone’s throw from mainland Japan and exotic places such as Hong Kong, Thailand and Korea.
This position is located in the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Counseling and Advocacy Program (CAP), Family Advocacy Program (FAP), Marine Corps Base Camp S.D. Butler. The purpose of this position is to serve as a Case Manager to those seeking or being referred to the Family Advocacy Program. The Family Advocacy Case Manager (FAP-CM) assists in the development of, and facilitates and conducts a variety of educational, prevention, intervention and treatment programs addressing Family Advocacy issues. The FAP-CM consults with military and civilian agencies in order to carry out the goals of the Family Advocacy Program and the Navy and Marine Corps.