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Staff Psychologist Vacancy FCC Yazoo City

A great opportunity has come up for recently graduated Psychologists; with a Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology, or seasoned Psychologists, who are under 37 years of age. We are hiring clinical psychologists at the Federal Correctional Complex in Yazoo City, MS. We have four vacancies to be filled at the GS-11/12 level ($64,009 - $99,741) with a 10% recruitment incentive. These positions do not require a license. Please encourage any bilingual staff (English/Spanish) to apply. FCC Yazoo City has a HPSA score of 21 which makes a licensed provider eligible for $50K for a 2 year commitment, through the National Health Services Corps, towards student loan repayment. Supervision by a Licensed Psychologist or an LPC-S available for those who are considering EPPP or the NCE. The Psychology Services Branch also provides yearly training budget to purchase study materials for the licensing examination. We are a Care1-MH facility Complex with four security levels (Low, Camp, Med, and USP) and we have one Residential Drug Abuse Program at the Low Institution. We are located about 3 hours from New Orleans and Biloxi, two hours from Memphis, and quick drives to Dallas, Houston, and Atlanta. The areas of Ridgeland and Madison are rapidly growing, with great schools districts along with Rankin County and the City of Clinton. With a diverse population and a depth of culturally rich activities, Mississippi is home to amazing college football, great music, and fantastic restaurants & coffee shops throughout the state and Historic neighborhoods. Please contact me for any additional information or to assist a potential candidate in completing his/her application on

Thanks! Please stay safe!!

Cristina C. Feliciano, Psy. D.

Chief Psychologist

FCC Yazoo City, MS

662-751-4800 ext. 4775 (Low)

662-716-1020 ext. 5775 (Med)

662-716-1241 ext. 6775 (USP)

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