National Register of Health Service Psychologists: Director of Clinical Education


Deadline to Apply: November 13, 2023 

The National Register of Health Service Psychologists (National Register) seeks applicants for a Director of Clinical Education. The Director of Clinical Education will manage the National Register’s industry-leading clinical education portfolio, while serving as a dynamic public face for the association. The Director will recruit, coordinate and disseminate clinical education programs that translate scientific scholarship to health service delivery of direct clinical relevance to health service psychologists. The Director will report directly to and work closely with the National Register’s Chief Executive Officer.  

Strong public speaking, expository writing, and analytic skills are required. A history of peer-reviewed publication in an area relevant to health service psychology or background in continuing education is desired. The successful applicant will have demonstrated leadership skills by a history of involvement in local, state, national, or international mental/behavioral health organizations. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are required.  

The applicant must be credentialed by the National Register as a Health Service Psychologist (HSP) or be eligible for and in progress toward the same. The applicant must be licensed or license-eligible as a doctoral level psychologist in at least one state or territory in the United States. 

Core Responsibilities 
  1. Managing: Coordinate a minimum of 18 live clinical webinars per year and grow a library of more than 250 on-demand continuing education courses for licensed psychologists. The successful applicant will eventually be involved in the National Practice Conference. The Director is responsible for staying current with national trends in clinical education and professional development in health service psychology. 
  1. Public Speaking: Moderate regularly scheduled, live webinars with expert healthcare practitioners that attract hundreds of attendees and speak at prominent conferences. 
  1. Outreach: Coordinate outreach to expert webinar panelists, distinguished speakers for the National Practice Conference, Clinical Consult podcast guests, and other experts.   
  1. Writing: Author regular blog posts on and other outlets. Compose CE exams and evaluations for journal articles and on-demand courses. 
  1. Other duties: As assigned, consistent with the general parameters of the position.  

The position and salary reflect a total of 30-hours of work per week.  Workload demands are designed so that the incumbent may provide clinical services with the remainder of their time. The applicant will be encouraged to maintain part-time clinical employment independent of the position. 

In-Office/Telework Policy 

The position is in the National Register offices located at 1200 New York Avenue NW, Ste. 800, Washington, DC 20005. Regular physical availability in the office is preferred, but applicants not regularly and physically available in the office will be considered. Some travel may be required. Telecommuting is permitted per guidelines established in the National Register’s Employee Handbook.  

Position & Salary 

The position is a salaried and at-will position. The anticipated start date is January 2024. The duration of the initial engagement is anticipated to be two years, with the option of renewal by mutual consent. The position features a generous benefits package, including competitive salary, retirement plan, 100% paid health care coverage (e.g., health, dental, vision), and professional development support.  


Applicants must provide a résumé and cover letter in .pdf file format. The cover letter must include a vision for the National Register’s clinical education portfolio, commentary about the applicant’s interest in the role, and why the applicant is the best fit for this unique opportunity. Official graduate school transcripts may be requested. Please submit your materials here: 

Equal Opportunity 

The National Register is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Psychologists or psychologists-in-training representing diverse backgrounds or those from culturally diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.  

About the National Register 

The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is the nation’s largest credentialing organization for licensed psychologists. Established in 1974, the independent nonprofit organization is dedicated to improving healthcare by identifying psychologists who meet specific credentialing standards to consumers, healthcare organizations, and regulatory bodies. For more information, visit

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