Clinical Psychologist - Forensic - Bureau of Medical Services

Washington, DC 20520

Post Date: 04/10/2018 Job ID: 71360 Industry: Physician

Loyal Source Government Services is looking for a qualified Clinical Psychologist - Forensic  to work  at the Bureau of Medical Services  as a civilian  promoting and restoring patients’ health.

Our employees are our greatest asset! We offer the following benefits:

1. Competitive pay

2. Paid time off and holidays

3. Health and welfare  benefits

4. Any State License is acceptable


For more information, please contact Justin LaMacchia at 407-591-3113, or send a resume to

Job Summary:
  • Performs expert evaluations on a Subject’ s eligibility for a national security clearance at the Department of State under the provisions of EO 10450 and 12968.   Such evaluations may include the review of comprehensive medical and security clearance investigative reports, diagnostic interviewing, performance of mental status examinations, psychological and neuropsychological testing, the development of expert witness opinions and reports, and the provision of testimony before the Department of State’ s Security Appeals Panel and/or in U.S. District Court.
  • Assist with security clearance related triage case conferences with designated DS personnel, during which time shall consult (as assigned by the DSSP Director) concerning the prioritization of cases.
  • Assist with security clearance related case management conferences with designated DS and MED personnel and shall update (as assigned by the DSSP Director) the status and management of current cases pending final opinions.
  • Coordinate the various inter-bureau and inter-agency components involved in DS Special Agent Fitness for Duty Evaluations and will conduct the psychological evaluations related thereto generating an expert witness opinion on such cases to the Director of the Diplomatic Security Service.
  • Correspond and communicate with other departments, agencies and DS to provide information and education about DSSP programs via lecturing in the DS Training Center, video conferencing and other related duties as may be assigned by the DSSP Director


  • Must have an advanced degree (Masters or Doctorate) in epidemiology, public health or a related field or a bachelor’ s degree in public health from an accredited College or University approved by a recognized accrediting body in the year of the applicant’ s graduation.  Training must include epidemiology, biostatistics, and surveillance systems.
  • Ability to provide coordination, and direction in the area of surveillance and epidemiology.  In addition, knowledge of appropriate methods to analyze health-related data, and the ability to plan and administer epidemiological studies.
  • Skills in utilizing computer technology to manage information and design data management system s for epidemiological data.
  • Experience with formal evaluation of surveillance systems in the analysis of data collected in surveillance and tracking systems and in the interpretation and presentation of the results in written, oral, and graphic formats
  • Public health experience in an international setting is preferred.
  • Familiarity and experience with the Department of State’ s overseas medical program is preferred.


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