CAPS Psychologist Job Opening at Indiana University
Indiana University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is seeking a psychologist experienced in working with diverse, underserved college students. The psychologist in this 12 month position would join the collegial, multidisciplinary team at CAPS, occupying the 4th floor of the Health Center, near the heart of the beautiful Indiana University campus. CAPS has a close working relationship with the health care providers and have been a successfully integrated center since 1978.
CAPS is IACS accredited and enjoys a strong commitment to training through our APA accredited internship and close relationship with the University’s School of Social Work and psychology departments. The successful candidate would take a leadership role in our outreach to minority students and work with our cultural centers, serving African American, Latino(a), Asian, Native American, GLBT and international students. Creativity, dedication and initiative in the multi-cultural area are qualities highly valued in the candidate.
Our setting features attractive offices, an electronic health record, medical transcription services. We invest substantially in group counseling, consultation and outreach and have strong working relationships across the University community. Our vibrant center recently instituted a successful ‘triage’ program – we call it “CAPS-Now. A tele-counseling program and an “embedded” (counselor in academic residence) programs are ready to pilot fall term.
Evidence of diversity is all around Bloomington, as campus and community members frequently have fun celebrating their wide-ranging backgrounds. Also, they often take advantage of the many opportunities afforded by our activist community to work together on varied initiatives to increase social justice in our community, country and world.
Bloomington is also strongly commitment to the arts. Concerts, cinema, culinary, and the visual arts have a long tradition here. Big 10 athletics are much valued on campus. Further, our proximity to the rolling hills and State parks of Indiana offer many opportunities for hiking and exploration of nature. We are within driving distance of several cities (Indianapolis – 53 miles, Louisville – 98 miles, Cincinnati -128 miles, and Chicago – 230 miles).
In brief: IU CAPS is a great place to work, Bloomington a wonderful place to live!
Qualifications: Minimum 2 years of college counseling experience with demonstrated outreach and clinical work with diverse students. Licensed or license eligible in Indiana.
Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.