The purpose of this position is to provide a wide range of psychological services for Flight and Medical Operations in support of NASA's Space Medicine Operations Division. Services are provided to astronauts, astronaut candidates, their families and to key mission personnel. The incumbent will perform job responsibilities in coordination with NASA's Operational Psychologists. Responsibilities will include astronaut applicant screening and selection; the full range of International Space Station mission support, including pre-flight training and preparation, in-flight monitoring and support and post-flight reintegration for ISS astronauts and their family members. This position also will provide services to key mission personnel and other ground-based personnel, such as flight surgeons and managers, and facilitate collaborations with internal and external operational and research. The incumbent will conduct clinical behavioral health care and consultation as part of the services provided by the NASA Johnson Space Center Clinic.
PhD or PsycD in Clinical or Counseling Clinical Psychology, 8 years of experience. License in psychology for a minimum of 5 years, and eligible for Texas licensure.
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