Multiple Job Announcements via the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies
Job Announcements, Week of 06/16/2014
1. Western Kentucky University: Director, Counseling and Testing Center (reposting)
2. Pennsylvania State University: Staff Psychologist
3. Fordham University (NY): Supervising Psychologist – Outreach Coordinator
4. Clemson University (SC): Coordinator of Consultation and Outreach–Staff Psychologist
5. Lynn Community Health Center (MA): Psychologist – Integrated Primary Care Team
6. Kansas State University: Assistant Director for Training/Staff Psychologist
7. Texas State University-San Marcos: Staff Psychologist
8. University of Maryland, College Park: Assistant Director – Learning Assistance Service
9. University of Wisconsin – Madison: Assessment Specialist / Sr Psychologist
10. University of Louisville (KY): Director of Counseling Services
11. Kalamazoo College (MI): Counseling Center Therapist/Counselor (reposting)
12. Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit (PA): Staff Psychologist/Psychotherapist
13. Ohio University: Clinical Counselor (LPCC-S)
14. Springfield College (MA): Clinical Training Faculty position
15. Drexel University (PA): Staff Psychologist
16. Southern Connecticut State University: Director of Counseling Services
17. Agnes Scott College (GA): Staff Psychologist/ Counselor
18. Suffolk University (MA): Staff Psychologist (revised posting)
19. University of Rhode Island: University Psychologist (Review date extended)
20. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Referral Coordinator/Therapist
1. Western Kentucky University
Division of Student Affairs
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
DIRECTOR, COUNSELING AND TESTING CENTER
Western Kentucky University aspires to be the University of choice for faculty and staff who are dedicated to helping advance academic excellence. True to its spirit, WKU offers an inviting, nurturing, and challenging work environment, which is responsive to the needs of a diverse and ambitious learning community. WKU’s main campus is located on a hill overlooking the city of Bowling Green (population est. 60,000), and is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful in the nation. We invite you to consider WKU as a place where your academic and professional dreams can be realized.
Western Kentucky University’s Division of Student Affairs, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs invites applicants for Director, Counseling and Testing Center (CTC). The University seeks an individual skilled as both an administrator and practitioner to provide leadership for a Center offering comprehensive services, individual and group counseling, and educational programming to Western Kentucky University students and crisis intervention and consultation within the University community. Additionally, the Center is a primary training site for the University’s graduate program in clinical psychology and provides a broad range of testing services to the University and surrounding community.
The Director is responsible for sustaining critical interactions and working collaboratively with other units on campus including, but not limited to, the Department of Housing and Residence Life, the Office of Judicial Affairs, the University Police Department, Health Services, the Office of Student Disability Services, the Center for Career and Professional Development, the Regional Campuses, the Office of Student Activities, Leadership, and Volunteerism, and the Division of Academic Affairs.
This position reports directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs. This is a twelve-month, full-time position and the successful candidate will serve as a senior staff member within the Division of Student Affairs.
The WKU Counseling and Testing Center was accredited in 2009 through the International Association of Counseling Services. Additional information about the Center’s programs, outreach activities, and staff members can be found at the following hyperlink: http://www.wku.edu/heretohelp/. Information about the city of Bowling Green and surrounding counties is available at this link: http://www.bgky.org.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide day-to-day leadership to the CTC
- Develop and execute short- and long-term vision and strategic goals
- Oversee the Center’s clinical services, educational outreach, and consultation services
- Oversee fiscal and budgetary administration
- Provide supervision to counseling center staff and practicum students
- Provide culturally sensitive psychological services to students
- Oversee and provide guidance for testing services provided by the Center’s Testing Coordinator
- Serve as liaison for the counseling center with the Division of Student Affairs and the University community
- Coordinate training/prevention education within the campus community
Required Minimum Qualifications
o Ph.D., Ed.D., or Psy.D. in Counselor Education, Counseling or Clinical Psychology or closely related discipline
o Licensed or licensure eligible in the State of Kentucky within 12-months of employment
o Minimum five (5) years post-doctoral work experience in a clinical and/or counseling setting with at least one (1) year in a clinical and/or administrative supervisory capacity
- Knowledge, skills, and abilities
o Ability to plan, direct, and evaluate a complex operation within a University setting
o Ability to provide supervisory and administrative guidance for a diverse staff
o Ability to work independently on tasks
o Ability to plan and organize tasks with a keen attention to detail
o Ability to respond to emergency situations in a timely manner
o Competency with differential diagnosis and use of DSM
o Clinical experience addressing suicide risk assessment and intervention, crisis response and intervention, case management, care coordination, and working with high risk/high acuity clients
o Commitment to developing an APA accredited pre-doctoral internship program
o Strong generalist clinical skills and interdisciplinary collaboration
o Ability to provide quality and culturally-sensitive clinical services
o Ability to work collaboratively within a team-oriented environment
o Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills
o Demonstrated excellent oral, written, listening skills, and technological communication skills
o Outstanding educational outreach and presentation skills
o Experience with common office equipment, common office technological equipment, and software
o Willingness to work evening and weekends
Salary is regionally competitive. The offered salary will be commensurate with experience, education, and employment background.
Applications for employment will be accepted electronically only. Interested candidates must submit a letter of application, a 500-word statement summarizing the applicant’s vision for the Counseling and Testing Center at WKU, a current resume or curriculum vitae, and names, mailing and email addresses, and daytime phone numbers of three (3) professional references using the online application process. Please refer to the following website to apply: http://asaweb.wku.edu/wkujobs. Full consideration will be granted to application materials received by April 25, 2014. For further assistance contact the WKU Department of Human Resources at (270) 745-5934.
Kentucky state law requires all public institutions of postsecondary education to conduct pre-employment criminal background checks to determine suitability for employment.
Western Kentucky University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Persons with disabilities, who need reasonable accommodations to participate in the application and/or selection process, should notify The Office of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/University ADA Services at (270) 745- 5121 or at https://www.wku.edu/eoo/, a minimum of five working days in advance.
2. Pennsylvania State University
The Pennsylvania State University, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University Park, PA has one Staff Psychologist position available beginning August 2014. Duties include individual and group psychotherapy, supervision and training of graduate students and interns in an APA accredited internship program, outreach and consultation, and crisis intervention. This job will be filled as a level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate’s competencies, education, and experience.
Typically requires a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Must be licensed or license eligible as a psychologist in Pennsylvania. A one-year, year full-time pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology is required. APA accredited training/internship, and counseling center experience preferred. CAPS embraces a philosophy respectful of diversity, and strives to build a diverse, multicultural staff capable of meeting the needs of all of our students.
State College, PA, a university town with a metropolitan population of over 130,000, was recently cited as one of the top university towns in the United States. State College and the University provide the major intellectual, cultural and recreational resources for central Pennsylvania.
In addition to uploading your cover letter and resume on-line, candidates should also send 3 letters of reference and transcripts of graduate work to Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D., Counseling and Psychological Services, 501 Student Health Center, University Park, PA 16802 or fax to (814) 863-9610.
This is a fixed-term appointment funded through June 30, 2015 with excellent possibility of re-funding. Apply athttps://app2.ohr.psu.edu/Jobs/External/EVMS2_External/currentap1.cfm#51868
Review of applications will begin Wednesday June 18, 2014; however after that date applications will continue to be received and reviewed until the position is filled.
CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/ , which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.
Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected
3. Fordham University
TITLE OF POSITION: Supervising Psychologist – Outreach Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Counseling and Psychological Services
- Provides direct clinical services, including phone screenings, intake assessments, brief psychotherapy and crisis intervention, to a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population.
- Provides clinical supervision and training for pre-doctoral psychology externs and interns.
- Participates in multidisciplinary and administrative team meetings.
- Provides consultation to faculty, administrators, families and community providers about students of concern and campus wide mental health issues.
- Coordinates, oversees and implements CPS’s outreach, prevention and referral services at either the Lincoln Center or Rose Hill campus.
- Administrative duties as assigned.
- Doctorate in clinical, counseling or school psychology from an APA-accredited program.
- Licensed or license eligible as a psychologist in New York State.
- Significant experience with providing short term and group psychotherapy in a university mental health setting.
- Commitment to providing multicultural counseling and conceptualizing from a psychodynamic framework
- Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse university community of students, faculty, administrators and families.
- Dedication to learning about, understanding and supporting the care of students and the vocation of student affairs in the context of Fordham University’s Jesuit tradition.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience
STARTING DATE: 8/1/14
Email Cover Letter and CV to: Dr. Jeffrey Ng, Psy.D.
4. Clemson University
Coordinator of Consultation and Outreach–Staff Psychologist
Counseling and Psychological Services, Redfern Health Center
Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 07 ($ 46,169.00 – $ 85,417.00)
1. JOB PURPOSE
Using the practitioner-scholar model, deliver clinical services and engage in administrative duties. Clinical services, directly influenced by a thorough knowledge of theoretical and applied models of interventions, include: psychotherapy and counseling to students; assessment; supervision of trainees; consultation; and teaching. Administrative involvement in the overall functioning and service delivery within CAPS, Redfern Health Center and Student Affairs. Primary responsibility for the Coordination of Consultation and Outreach Services.
2. JOB FUNCTIONS
Psychotherapy: delivers counseling and psychotherapy to clients on an individual, couples, and group format. Engages in triage, diagnostic interviewing, development and implementation of treatment plans. Provides crisis intervention and emergency services on-site and through on-call system.
– Assessment: conducts psychological evaluations to include administration and interpretation of assessment instruments as determined by the presenting problem.
-Supervision of trainees: provides supervision for the various professional developmental needs of all trainees.
-Consultation: engages in consultation as requested relative to internal and external psychological needs. Conducts outreach services to disseminate information about wellness, psychological issues and their treatment.
-Teaching: may engage in formal teaching as requested by the academic departments with the rank of instructor or associate professor. Engages in formal teaching of peers/trainees. E/60%
Coordinator of Consultation and Outreach Services with emphasis on social media applications. Responsible for developing/maintaining self-help section of CAPS website.
-Participates in program development, implementation and goal setting.
– Participates in internal, both CAPS and RHC committees, as well as external committees within Student Affairs and the University as requested.
– As a senior staff member, assists with the administration of CAPS as requested. E/30%
1. Maintains appropriate professional license.
2. Attends and participates in professional conferences and conventions at the local, regional and national levels.
3. Engages in program evaluation and research. E/5%
Periodic on-call and after-hours duties as requested. Other duties as assigned. E/5%
Additional professional certifications/memberships are encouraged. American Psychological Association membership required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Position requires adherence to the practitioner-scholar model to deliver clinical services and engage in administrative duties. Must have knowledge of theoretical and applied models of intervention; competence for delivery of psychotherapy and counseling, assessment, supervision of trainees consultation and teaching. Knowledge of program
A doctorate in applied psychology from an accredited college or university and experience in the practice of applied psychology.
Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and eligible for licensure in the State of South Carolina. Must adhere to American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. Expertise in social media application to outreach.
Clemson University is a selective, public, research university in a college-town setting. Clemson’s desire is to attract a capable, dedicated and diverse student body of approximately 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students, with priority to students from South Carolina. The University offers a wide array of high quality baccalaureate programs built around a distinctive core curriculum. Graduate, continuing education, doctoral and research programs contribute to the state of knowledge and to the economic future of the state, nation and world. The university provides bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in more than 100 majors through five academic colleges: the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences; the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities; the College of Business and Behavioral Science; the College of Engineering and Science; and the College of Health, Education and Human Development.
Clemson combines the benefits of a major research university with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and individual student success. Students, both undergraduate and graduate, have opportunities for unique educational experiences throughout South Carolina, as well as in other countries. Experiential learning is a valued component of the Clemson experience, and students are encouraged through Creative Inquiry, internships, and study abroad, to apply their learning beyond the classroom. Electronic delivery of courses and degree programs also provide a variety of learning opportunities. Clemson’s extended campus includes teaching sites in Greenville and Charleston, five research campuses and five public service centers throughout the state of South Carolina, as well as four international sites.
The University is committed to exemplary teaching, research and public service in the context of general education, student engagement and development, and continuing education. In all areas, the goal is to develop students’ communication and critical-thinking skills, ethical judgment, global awareness, and scientific and technological knowledge. The distinctive character of Clemson is reflected in the culture of collegiality and collaboration among faculty, students, staff, the administration, and the university board. Source:http://www.clemson.edu/about/mission-vision.html
Redfern Health Center is a fully integrated medical and counseling and psychological services center and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
CAPS psychology internship training is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
It is also a training site for master’s interns, doctoral practicum students and licensed professional counseling interns.
The city of Clemson is located in the far western point of South Carolina in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with easy access from Interstate 85.
Clemson is on the shores of Lake Hartwell where swimming, skiing and sailing are favorite pastimes.
It is located approximately 2 hours east of Atlanta, GA, and 45 minutes west of Greenville, SC.
Required Application Materials
Applicants must complete online application through the Human Resources website.
Submit vita with listing of three professional references and letter of interest.
JEANNE CLERY ACT:
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act requires institutions of higher education to disclose campus security information including crime statistics for the campus and surrounding areas. As a current or prospective Clemson University employee, you have a right to obtain a copy of this information for this institution. For more information regarding our Employment, Campus Safety and Benefits, please visit the Human Resources – Prospective Employees web page shown below:
Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. Clemson University is building a culturally diverse faculty committed to working in a multicultural environment and encourages applications from minorities and women.
June 20, 2104.
Fall 2014. Exact date flexible. We encourage applications from recent graduates and will provide post-doctoral supervision.
Send Applications To:
Counseling and Psychological Services
Clemson, SC 29634
5. Lynn Community Health Center
Psychologist – Integrated Primary Care Team
Exciting opportunity for a psychologist to work on an integrated family medicine primary care team at the Lynn Community Health Center in Lynn, Massachusetts. The position available is on a unique team that will innovate with respect to new models of delivering care. The team consists of behavioral health clinicians, primary care medical providers, nurses, nurse case managers, clinical assistants, and community health outreach workers. The position involves consulting to the team, providing short and long-term therapy, and supporting behavioral change in patients with chronic medical conditions. This position also involves supervising interns, post doctoral psychology fellows, and junior staff. This position requires flexibility, excellent communication skills, an ability to work as part of a team, and the ability to identify and solve problems.
- Psy.D or Ph.D. in clinical psychology and current Mass. License
- Prior experience working in a primary care setting preferred
- Capacity to work effectively with culturally diverse population
- Experience in program development and quality improvement
- Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
Lynn Community Health Center is a private, non-profit health center located north of Boston. Our mission is to provide comprehensive health care of the highest quality to everyone in the Greater Lynn Community, regardless of ability to pay.
Please email resumes to: email@example.com
Or mail to: Lynn Community Health Center, Attn: Human Resources, 269 Union Street, Lynn, MA 01901.
6. Kansas State University
Assistant Director for Training/Staff Psychologist
$58,000 – $70,000. The university provides a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and life insurances, retirement plan, and paid leave time. Refer to http://www.k-state.edu/hr/current-employees/benefits/summary.html for a complete summary.
Kansas State University invites applicants for an Assistant Director for Training/Staff Psychologist for a full-time, 12 month, position. Counseling Services has an internship program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). The position reports to the Director of the Counseling Services, which is part of the Division of Student Life. The successful applicant will be a generalist with a strong interest in supervision and training as well as working with a college population. S/he will demonstrate either competence in providing effective interventions to diverse populations or have experience with diverse populations.
Administrative responsibilities: Manages overall training program by leading the Training and Supervisors’ Teams and overseeing the practicum training program; implements the training program which includes scheduling and organizing seminars, designing and implementing the intern orientation program, assigning supervisors, and facilitating the evaluation of the doctoral psychology interns adhering to the guidelines and standards determined by accreditation organizations including APA and the Association of Professional and Postdoctoral Internship Centers (APPIC); oversees the yearly report of the internship program to outside agencies as needed; prepares required documentation for regularly scheduled APA Accreditation site visits; organizes the procedure for the selection of psychology interns from a nationally qualified pool; documents and authorizes the outcome of the internship training for psychology interns’ home departments and for state licensing boards of each intern; represents the internship program at regional meetings, the national conference for coordinators of internship training (ACCTA), and through ongoing correspondence with APPIC; co-supervises secretarial and web-based services to the internship program; serves on the agency’s administrative team to provide leadership for Counseling Services programs.
Direct service responsibilities: Provides short term individual, couple, and group therapy; conducts initial assessments, intakes, and crisis sessions; provides referrals and bridges care to the community as needed; provides psychological assessments; provides supervision and training for interns in our APA accredited internship; consults with students, faculty, and staff regarding mental health issues; participates in outreach activities to the campus community; and provides service to the campus community as requested by our Director.
During the academic year when classes are in session, we are open Mondays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Staff work a day or evening schedule for a minimum of 40 hours per week. Occasional evening and weekend work is required.
We seek excellence through diversity and inclusion. As such, we are committed to enhancing our diverse academic community by actively seeking diversity in our employees.
To function well in this position, the successful applicant will:
•Be committed to a proactive student development perspective involving an active relationship with the campus community.
•Demonstrate a commitment to a developmental philosophy toward both clients and trainees.
•Possess the ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively on an interdisciplinary team.
•Be creative and flexible in response to developing demands and challenges of the position.
•Have the ability to handle spontaneous work demands while undertaking projects that require advance planning.
•Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills and leading group discussions.
•Possess good, basic computer skills and have experience with electronic record-keeping.
Candidates must present documented evidence of specialization training and/or experience compatible with the job responsibilities outlined above.
Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Background check is required.
•Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited program
•Completion of an APA accredited internship
•License eligible in the state of Kansas and licensed in Kansas and capable of independent practice within a negotiable timeframe
•Fully licensed and in good standing for at least two years in any state
•Minimum of four years post-doctoral experience as a clinician in a college or university counseling center position
•Experience providing clinical supervision and training
•Minimum of two years of coordination or organizational responsibilities
•Five or more years of experience as a licensed clinician
•Five or more years of experience providing clinical supervision to trainees
•Experience with administrative activities related to training
Kansas State University Counseling Services is a comprehensive counseling service located on the Manhattan campus. We have a staff of 20 people including therapists, psychologists, psychology interns, practicum students, and support staff. We are an APA accredited training site for doctoral psychology interns and a practicum site for students in K-State’s Marriage and Family Therapy program. Counseling Services includes an alcohol and other drug prevention program, a biofeedback laboratory, and a career development program that includes teaching of credit classes. The mission of the service is to support the educational goals of students through the process of decision-making, crisis intervention, and personal skill building. Education and prevention are a major part of the agency purpose. See our website at http://www.k-state.edu/counseling and our online community at http://www.universitylifecafe.k-state.edu.
Kansas State University is a land grant institution of 24,000 students in Manhattan, KS. Manhattan is a city of 50,000 in the beautiful Flint Hills region of Kansas. There are abundant recreational, cultural, and educational activities in the area in addition to K-State’s exciting Big 12 sports teams. Manhattan is centrally located with approximately a 2 hour drive to Kansas City, Topeka, Wichita, and Lincoln, Nebraska. Our local airport offers daily flights to Chicago and Dallas, which are key hubs to domestic and international destinations. Find out more about K-State and Manhattan: http://www.k-state.edu/admissions/#p=life%2Fmanhattan.html
Required Application Materials
1.A letter of application that includes a description of how your skills and interests fit the position.
2.Vita or resume.
3.An official copy of graduate school transcripts.
4.A list of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references
Priority review of applications will begin July 7, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.
January of 2015, negotiable
Send Applications To:
Brenda Gfeller, Accountant/Personnel Specialist
232 English/Counseling Services Bldg
Manhattan, KS 66506
7. Texas State University-San Marcos
The Texas State Counseling Center has an opening for a full-time, 12 month Staff Psychologist position.
Provides individual and group counseling/therapy for personal, psychological, and adjustment issues; provides crisis intervention; conducts some psychological assessment as part of the therapeutic process; develops and implements educational workshops; consults with faculty and staff regarding student problems, training, program and organizational issues; works collaboratively with other departments in Student Affairs to provide quality services to students; conducts Counseling Center staff development seminars; represents the Counseling Center on Division and University committees and task teams and participates in Student Affairs programs as assigned.
The Counseling Center has an APA accredited doctoral internship program in psychology. The individual in this position will supervise doctoral interns and practicum students and will participate in training activities as assigned by the Director of Training.
Doctoral level training in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited program; completion of a 12 month APA accredited internship, preferably in a college/university counseling center; completion of a 12 month supervised post-doctoral experience by start date; licensed or license eligible to practice psychology in Texas. Additional experience in a college/university counseling center preferred. Other preferred qualifications include experience supervising doctoral interns or practicum students, interest in working with diverse college student populations in a university setting, skills and experience in one or more of the following areas: men’s issues, Latino populations, male veterans, alcohol/substance abuse, the application of technology in college/university counseling centers, Educational Programing/Outreach, and/or complex mental health issues.
Salary: $4,333 + commensurate with experience
The Counseling Center is part of the Division of Student Affairs. The Counseling Center is administratively linked with Career Services and the Student Health Center under the overall direction of the Director of the Counseling Center/Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. The Counseling Center operates primarily on a developmental, brief therapy model. The professional staff consists of the Director, who is a psychologist, an Associate Director/Supervising Psychologist who is also Director of Training, an Assistant Director for Clinical Services/Senior Psychologist, an Assistant Director for Education and Outreach/Supervising Counselor, an Assistant Training Director/Supervising Psychologist, two Psychologists, a Supervising Counselor, a Case Manager, two postdoctoral residents, and three doctoral interns. The Center typically has three doctoral level practicum students each academic year. Texas State University is a four-year, comprehensive doctoral granting public university with an enrollment of over 35,000 students. The University is located in the scenic Texas Hill Country, approximately 25 miles south of Austin, at the headwaters of the San Marcos River in the community of San Marcos, between Austin and San Antonio.
Texas State is committed to increasing the number of women and minorities in administrative and professional positions. Texas State University-San Marcos is an equal opportunity employer and is a member of the Texas State University System.
Applications: Apply electronically through the Texas State Human Resources website: http://jobs.hr.txstate.edu. A cover letter addressing your interest and qualifications for the position, a current resume or curriculum vita and three letters of recommendation must be electronically attached to your application. Only electronic applications will be accepted. In addition, if you are invited for an interview, an official transcript from the institution granting your doctoral degree must be mailed to:
Dr. Joanne Salas
Search Committee Chair
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666-4616
8. University of Maryland, College Park
Assistant Director – Learning Assistance Service
|Functional Title:||Assistant Director – Learning Assistance Service|
|Category Status:||33-Exempt Regular|
|Applicant Search Category:||Staff|
|University Authorized FTE:||1.000|
|Campus/College Information:||Founded in 1856, University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is just minutes away from Washington, D.C., and the nexus of the nation’s legislative, executive, and judicial centers of power. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and a myriad of research entities, embassies, think tanks, cultural centers, and non-profit organizations is simply unparalleled. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students abound and are virtually limitless in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world.|
|Position Summary/Purpose of Position:||Seeking a progressive and innovative leader to manage the day-to-day operations of the Learning Assistance Service of the Counseling Center. The successful candidate for this position: (1) provides supervision and training of educational skills counselors and graduate assistants and serves as a member of the Counseling Center’s administrative team; (2) develops innovative programs and interventions to meet the learning needs of University of Maryland students; (3) provides supervision and oversight of the Guided Study Session program including collaboration with faculty; (4) provides individual academic coaching/counseling and consultation and outreach presentations for academic departments, faculty, staff and student groups; (5) serves on Counseling Center, Student Affairs and campus committees; (6) teaches educational skills courses for undergraduate students.|
|Minimum Qualifications:||Doctorate in Counselor Education, Counseling, Higher Education, Math Education, or related field. 3 to 5 years of experience in the administration and delivery of college-level academic support, advising, or learning assistance services. Ability to work with a diverse student population.|
|Preferences:||Experience in the use of technology for college level teaching and in the provision of academic support services.|
|Additional Information:||To make a suitable appointment, applicants may be considered before posting closed date.|
|Open Until Filled||Yes|
|Best Consideration Date||07/11/2014|
|Diversity Statement:||The University of Maryland, College Park, actively subscribes to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, religion, ancestry or national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression. Minorities, Women, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.|
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- List of References
9. University of Wisconsin – Madison
Position Vacancy Listing
|PVL # 79916|
|SR PSYCHOLOGIST(T08BN) or PSYCHOLOGIST(T08DN)|
Degree and area of specialization:
|Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology|
|Licensed Psychologist or must be immediately license eligible to practice in the State of Wisconsin.|
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
|Minimum of three years professional experience in psychological assessment and professional licensure. Experience with neuropsychological and/or psychoeducational assessment is not required, yet familiarity with these types of assessments is necessary.
Strongly preferred experiences of the candidate include:
Strongly preferred qualities of the candidate include:
I. 65% Direct Clinical Service:
1) Demonstrates a commitment to multiculturalism and serving underrepresented/underserved populations;
2) Conducts psychological assessments;
3) Participates in the provision of mental health Triage services;
4) Participates in the provision of clinical crisis services;
5) Provides behavioral health interventions within a primary care clinic;
6) Responds to campus crises; and
7) Provides supervision of assigned trainees including goal setting, evaluations, and disciplinary action in accordance with training policy and procedures.
II. 20% Indirect Clinical Service:
|A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.
A period of evaluation will be required
|Full Time Salary Rate:||Minimum $55,406 ANNUAL (12 months)
Depending on Qualifications
|Term:||This is a renewable appointment.|
|Anticipated begin date:||JULY 19, 2014|
|Number of Positions:||1|
TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION
|Application must be received by: JULY 07, 2014|
HOW TO APPLY:
|Unless another application procedure has been specified above, please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #79916 to:|
|Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS: 800.833.7637) and above Phone number (SeeRELAY_SERVICE for further information. )|
NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality. In the case where there are fewer than five finalists, the names of the five most qualified candidates must be released upon request.
UW-Madison is required by law to request data from applicants for employment in order to monitor our recruitment and selection practices. In order for us to meet this federal reporting requirement, please go to http://www.oed.wisc.edu/reports-and-forms.htm to fill out the Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability Form and the Applicant Self-Identification Form for Protected Veterans.
Please reference the Position Vacancy Number when uploading your completed forms. Completing these forms is voluntary and your responses will be kept confidential and is not considered as part of the hiring criteria.
UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
10. University of Louisville
Job Title: Director of Counseling Services
Job ID #: 30683
An earned doctorate from an accredited university, in counseling psychology, clinical psychology, counselor education, or other closely related discipline; 5 years’ experience in a clinical or counseling setting including substantial supervision/leadership experience at college counseling center or community agency.
The Director of the University Counseling Center is responsible for the daily operation the center’s administrative and clinical functions. The Director will also provide psychological counseling services, coordinate outreach and educational workshops, develop assessment activities, and build collaborative relationships throughout the University through providing consultation for mental health emergencies and serving on the Student Care Team.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
1. Directs and has overall responsibility for all program area(s) and activities of the university Counseling Center including clinical services (intake; individual; couples; group; and emergency/crisis counseling; and individual assessment); outreach and consultation services, training (internship program and a practicum program); fiscal and administrative duties.
2. Provide individual, couples, group, and crisis counseling.
3. Recruit, select, train, supervise, and evaluate counseling center staff.
4. Maintain a strong relationship with academic units to ensure a vibrant student practicum and internship programs.
5. Assign work activities, projects, and programs; monitor work flow and adjust as needed to ensure efficient operation of center.
6. Consult with faculty, students, and staff to develop innovative methods for delivery of counseling and outreach services.
7. Develop and implement of policies and procedures to ensure efficient operation of center and effective use of resources.
8. Develop and implement techniques for evaluating programs and activities including student usage, student learning, student satisfaction, and student retention.
9. Establish strategic goals and objectives consistent with division and universities strategic planning process.
10. Oversee department budget including regular monitoring of income and expenses to ensure annual budget is balanced.
11. Oversee and maintain the integrity of the Counseling Center electronic scheduling and records system.
12. Participates in Student Affairs activities including membership on the Student Care Team.
13. Represents the department and the division through participation in campus meetings, committee appointments, and presentations.
14. Create and maintain outreach and marketing materials including the department website.
15. Prepare annual reports and maintain departmental metrics.
Preferred Skill Set
1. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with office employees, administration, faculty, staff, students, employers and the general public.
2. Strong organizational skills.
3. Ability to supervise both professional and support staff.
4. Ability to plan and implement policies and procedures.
5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and be proficient at making presentations and public speaking.
6. Experience working with diverse populations.
7. Experience working on a college campus.
The University of Louisville
Established in 1798, the University of Louisville is classified as a Very High Research Activity Research University by the Carnegie Foundation. Enrollment is 22,500 in 13 colleges and schools; the average ACT score of entering freshmen is 25. The annual operating budget is $1.2 billion and the endowment ranks among the top 100 colleges and universities in the U.S.
Proud of its strong and diverse research communities and interdisciplinary collaboration, UofL is comprised of three campuses with state-of-the-art research facilities: the 177-acre Belknap campus near downtown Louisville; the Health Sciences Center and medical complex; and a 243-acre Shelby campus anchored by the ShelbyHurst Research and Office Park.
UofL is a vital partner in the economy of Louisville, a prosperous and culturally rich city with a population of 1 million-plus and an enviable cost of living. A top travel destination, Louisville boasts restaurant and art scenes that rival those in much larger cities.
Learn more and apply on line at:
For Additional Information Contact:
Dr. Kathy J Pendleton
Director Counseling Center
11. Kalamazoo College
Counseling Center Therapist/Counselor
Kalamazoo College seeks a Counseling Center Therapist/Counselor who will serve as a generalist clinician with specialist focus on therapy and outreach to underrepresented/underserved student populations, including individuals from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds, individuals representing varying sexual orientations, and international students. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply.
1. Individual and group counseling and psychotherapy services to undergraduates.
2. Presentation of outreach programs and psycho educational workshops on college student development, mental health concerns, issues of diversity and inclusion, and mental health enhancement.
3. Clinical supervision and training of psychology trainees. This position includes the primary responsibility for training advanced practicum doctoral students in counseling psychology, through a 90 minute weekly group supervision and training meeting.
4. Crisis intervention, including on-call rotation coverage evenings and week-ends.
5. Consultation services to students, parents, faculty and staff, and outside professionals.
6. Liaison work with campus groups and constituencies.
1. Doctorate (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in Counseling or Clinical Psychology required. Michigan licensed psychologist or license-eligible required.
2. Minimum two years’ experience and ability in providing psychological services (individual and group) in college/university counseling center setting and evidence of strong clinical skills required. APA internship preferred.
3. Competency in clinical supervision; one year of experience in providing clinical supervision to counselors/psychologists, pre-doctoral interns, and/or practicum students.
4. Ability to interact effectively with students, parents, administrators, faculty, and staff.
5. Knowledge of the unique mental health issues of diverse clients, including individuals from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds, individuals representing varying sexual orientations, and international students.
6. The ability to deal with serious and sensitive issues in a highly confidential manner.
7. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
8. A strong commitment to advancing diversity.
9. The ability to work independently and cooperatively as a member of a professional team.
Please send a cover letter describing how this counseling center position relates to your professional objectives, your current résumé, and contact information for three professional references to HR@Kzoo.edu. Recommendations should focus on your clinical training, experience, and skills. Review of applications will begin May 22, 2014.
Starting date: September 2, 2014
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Mailing Address: Kalamazoo College, 1200 Academy, Kalamazoo, MI 49006
Kalamazoo College is a highly selective nationally known liberal arts college offering an integrated undergraduate experience that weaves a traditional liberal arts curriculum into educational experiences in both domestic and international settings. The campus is located midway between Chicago and Detroit in Kalamazoo, Michigan, a metropolitan community of 225,000 which supports four college and university campuses along with numerous civic arts and cultural associations. Thirty-five miles from Lake Michigan, the area offers many opportunities for outdoor activities.
12. Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit
University Counseling and Wellbeing Center
The Staff Psychologist position is a 12-month position.
The start date is August 25, 2014.
1.Provide short term (and some long term) counseling/psychotherapy, group counseling, and referrals for a wide range of emotional/psychological disturbances under supervision and consultation as needed.
2. Provide intake interviews, assessment, and treatment planning for students in need of counseling/psychotherapy.
3. Provide crisis intervention for students as needed during office hours and serves, on a rotation basis, as an on-call, 24-hour crisis coordinator.
4. Provide workshops, training, and special programming as requested for faculty, staff, i.e., residence hall staff, and students.
5. Assist in the administration and implementation of counseling, training, and wellbeing programs.
6. Serve as a member on University committees relevant to student life/academic issues.
7. Other duties as assigned by the Director.
The Duquesne University Counseling and Wellbeing Center is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 am, Monday through Friday.
Some of the outreach and university community activities are after-hours and on the weekends.
The aforementioned activities are shared by the University Counseling Center senior staff psychologists and postdoctoral residents.
Coverage for after-hours psychological emergencies is rotated among senior staff psychologists and postdoctoral residents.
PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
Must be licensed as a psychologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or license eligible within 1 year of hire.
• Experience working with issues pertinent to a diverse student population (e.g., depression, anxiety, trauma – including sexual assault-, bereavement, relationship violence, substance abuse, eating disorders, suicide risk, family issues, identity issues, and self-injury).
• Demonstrated ability to provide brief individual and couples counseling, group counseling, and crisis intervention for students with a broad spectrum of psychological problems, ranging from adjustment issues to major psychiatric disorders.
• Demonstrated ability to conduct intake clinical interviews, including psycho-diagnostic assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment plan formulation.
• Demonstrated effectiveness in counseling work with a variety of racial/ethnic groups and diversities including multi-racial identity; gender; sexual preference; disabilities; religion, socio-economic backgrounds, and age.
The candidate must also demonstrate a commitment to promote unity on campus.
• Highly skilled in providing crisis response and intervention services, including after-hours-on-call rotation.
• Demonstrated ability to development and implement outreach programs and provide consultation and preventive education.
• Commitment to the University Mission.
Respect for the beliefs and values of the Catholic Church as well as for other religious beliefs and wisdom traditions.
• Commitment to collaboration and working as part of a multidisciplinary team.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written).
• Experience with development of prevention and wellbeings programs suitable for college campuses.
• Computer skills for electronic record documentation.
• Clinical Supervisory knowledge or experience.
Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit is a private, coeducational university, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania located on 48 secluded acres, on a bluff above downtown.
Founded in 1878 as a Catholic college by the Order of the Holy Spirit. It is the only Spiritan institution of higher education in the world.
At Duquesne, students attain a first-rate education, building close relationships with professors and participating in exciting research projects and internships.
In keeping with our Catholic-Spiritan vision, the University Core Curriculum emphasizes the students’ intellectual and ethical development through the liberal arts. Using the modes of inquiry particular to the humanities and the social and natural sciences, students expand their self-understanding and their knowledge of the world.
Science majors use modern laboratory equipment and technology, available at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
In the liberal arts, faculty are involved in scholarship in many varied fields of study, conveying new ideas and theories in the classroom.
Pittsburgh area corporations, high-tech businesses, health systems and non-profit organizations recognize the quality of a Duquesne education, seeking our students for cooperative projects, internships, and jobs.
Duquesne students enjoy the nearby cafés and shops of Carson Street, the South Side Works and Station Square. The cultural, athletic and business communities of downtown Pittsburgh are also close at hand.
For adventures further away, train and bus lines are convenient to the University and the Pittsburgh International Airport is about 30 minutes away.
Pittsburgh’s lively music scene runs from classical to rock: The renowned Pittsburgh Symphony and Pittsburgh Opera; Jazz clubs and festivals; Rock venues like the nearby Mellon Arena, Station Square or Post Gazette Pavilion; Duquesne University is plugged in to the city’s music scene: Nearly 20 members of our music faculty perform with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; Duquesne’s WDUQ-FM is the premier area radio station for jazz; International rock and pop acts perform at Duquesne’s A.J. Palumbo Center.
World class art collections shine in The Carnegie Museums, which include the unusual Andy Warhol Museum and the Carnegie Science Center.
The Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center.
Art and crafts join with music during the Three Rivers Arts Festival, and other street fairs and festivals.
Musicals and dramas are presented in new and renovated theatres in the Pittsburgh Cultural District.
Required Application Materials
The candidate should send an application which includes a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, graduate transcripts, and Pennsylvania License to: Office of Human Resource Management, Duquesne University, First Floor Koren Building,718 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282-2220.
For more information regarding Duquesne University’s application process, consult the following website http://www.hr.duq.edu/employment/approcess.html
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
August 25, 2014
Send Applications To:
Office of Human Resource Management
First Floor Koren Building, 718 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
13. Ohio University
Counseling and Psychological Services
Commensurate with experience. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package which includes health benefits, paid time off, and education benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
This is a generalist counselor position responsible for providing mental health services to student clients at Counseling and Psychological Services, including after-hours emergency, supervising Master’s level graduate interns in Counselor Education and Social Work, and engaging in outreach programming.
1. Provide individual, couple, and group counseling, doing triage and Intake, crisis intervention, and after-hours crisis response.
2. Supervise and evaluate the clinical work of Master’s level interns in Counselor Education and Social Work.
3. Attend weekly clinical team and staff meetings, participate in center and division wide committees.
4. Perform administrative responsibilities and complete necessary documentation and preparation for counseling sessions.
The Counselor is expected to practice in a manner that is consistent with level of training and expertise according to ethical guidelines and HIPAA regulations.
The candidate must be independently licensed for at least three years as a Clinical Counselor and have supervisor designation or eligible to get supervisor designation within a year of hire in Ohio. Out of state applicants must be licensed in their home state A) independently diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders, and B) supervise counselors; they must research and submit with their application accurate information about their time frame for licensure in Ohio including supervisor designation.
The counselor must be capable of independently developing treatment strategies, evaluating the competence of graduate trainees under his or her supervision. The person in this position must have a high level of clinical competency and the ability to practice independently at the highest ethical and professional standards given the serious pathology that he or she will be treating. In addition, the Counselor addresses situations that require crisis responses and referrals on an as needed basis, including possible hospitalization. The Counselor is accountable for the work of the graduate trainees that are being supervised under his or her licensure. The Counselor must have the communication skills to collaborate with faculty, administrators, Student Affairs staff, and parents to assist with the mental health needs of students. Significant computer and software literacy is also necessary in order to be able to do documentation of clinical services online. The Counselor is also expected to be capable providing psycho-educational workshops and be able to represent the agency across the campus community.
Master’s Degree in Counseling required.
A doctoral degree in Counseling (Counselor Education) and experience in a college or university counseling center
For more information please visit our university website: http://www.ohio.edu/
For more information please visit Athens City website: http://www.ci.athens.oh.us/
Required Application Materials
To apply, please complete and submit the online comprehensive application and attach required documents. http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/10075
Candidates should include a letter of application that summarizes training, employment experiences and areas of clinical expertise applicable to the position. Also attach official transcript of all graduate work and copy of current mental health licensure (“Other” document type). Applicants should have references submit 3 letters of recommendation online to Human Resources as part of the application process. Applicants will be asked to key-in contact details for reference providers who will receive a quicklink to complete a letter of reference online.
The position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by July 6, 2014.
14. Springfield College
Clinical Training Faculty position
Springfield College seeks applications for a one-year faculty position in our Psy.D. Counseling Psychology program. Responsibilities include teaching core counseling courses, including practicum and a specialty area, and coordinating clinical practica and APA internship preparation.
Preferred candidates for this position have an earned doctorate in Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program and are licensed or license eligible as a Psychologist in the state of MA. Candidates should have prior experience in clinical, administrative, and supervisory roles. The College seeks candidates who demonstrate a commitment to scholarly and practical achievement in the field as well as excellence in college teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who are effective at developing and assessing competence-based outcomes and who have demonstrated multicultural competence.
Founded in 1885, Springfield College is a private, coeducational institution offering undergraduate and graduate programs that reflect its distinctive Humanics philosophy – the education of the whole person in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to humanity. For more information, please visit the college’s homepage at www.springfieldcollege.edu.
Initial review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. The appointment is scheduled to begin in August 2014.
Applicants should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for 3-5 professional references to:
Dr. Anne Herzog, Dean, School of Arts, Sciences, and Professional Studies; Springfield College, 263 Alden Street, Springfield, MA 01109.
E-materials may be sent firstname.lastname@example.org.
Springfield College is an equal opportunity employer committed to enhancing diversity and equality in education and employment.
15. Drexel University
Staff Psychologist for Counseling Center
Drexel University Counseling Center (DUCC) has an opening for a licensed psychologist to provide direct psychological services to undergraduate and graduate students on the Center City and University City campuses of Drexel University. DUCC operates two sites, the largest of which is on the University City Campus. Our second site, located on our Center City campus, is easily accessible via our university shuttle service. The successful candidate must possess a PhD or PsyD in psychology; and have experience providing supervision for pre-doctoral interns. The candidate must be licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, or be eligible for a temporary license while the state completes is licensing process.
Education & Experience:
A Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. PA Licensed or license eligible within probationary period. If not licensed in PA, proof of passing EPPP exam. Two years of post-degree experience providing personal counseling, crisis intervention, assessment and consultation to late adolescent/early adult population or undergraduate and graduate students in a college or university setting (internship acceptable) preferred. Supervisory experience required. Multicultural sensitivity and an understanding of the needs of non-traditional students a must. Excellent counseling, crisis intervention and communication skills required; must have good organizational and computer skills.
General Description of Duties:
This is a 12 month Counseling Center Staff position. This position will provide direct client care to students at Drexel University, a large (25,000 pop) private institution located in Philadelphia, PA. In addition, this person will function as an experienced supervisor, someone with a passion for developing early career clinicians and with a facility for teaching clinical judgment to junior peers. This person will also engage in consultation services; provide supervision of pre-doctoral interns and/or practicum students, share on-call responsibilities with full time staff; and, participate in general Student Affairs functions as a member of an Office within the Division of Student Affairs.
Provide individual counseling, crisis intervention, and referral services to students.
Rotate 24 hour on-call service with Counseling Staff.
Provide consultation to faculty, staff and administration regarding students.
Facilitate psycho-educational groups, support groups, and conduct workshops on mental health-related topics.
Supervise junior staff, pre-doctoral interns and/or practicum students.
Maintain APA professional ethics in all areas.
Provide contact statistics quarterly.
Participate in weekly clinical supervision.
Attend Counseling Center Staff meetings; divisional meetings as needed.
Additional tasks as assigned by Assoc Dean of Students, Counseling & Health.
Type of Supervision:
Direct report to Associate Dean for Counseling & Health
Applicants should send a letter of interest, CV, and three references with contact information to:
Annette J Molyneux, PhD., Assoc. Dean of Students/Office of Counseling & Health; 3210 Chestnut St. Creese Suite 201; Drexel University; Philadelphia, PA 19104
16. Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU)
DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING SERVICES
Job Posted: June 10, 2014
Search Number: S14-012
Rank: Administrator VI
Department: Counseling Services
Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) seeks a visionary and innovative leader to serve as Director of Counseling Services. As an intentionally diverse and student-centered university, Southern is committed to academic excellence, access, social justice, and service for the public good. Founded as a teachers college in 1893, Southern has evolved over the past century into a comprehensive university offering 114 graduate and undergraduate programs in the liberal arts and professional disciplines. It is one of four universities in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System. The University is located in New Haven, a city rich with arts and culture, and less than 90 miles from New York City and 140 miles from Boston.
The Director of Counseling Services will provide strategic and transformational leadership to develop and implement a comprehensive program of developmental therapeutic psycho-educational and outreach/preventative counseling and psychological services to the University community. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, the Director will provide leadership and supervision to the Counseling Center staff, facilitate student referrals to community providers, serve as a member of the Student Affairs case review team, plan and conduct staff/faculty training programs, and work cooperatively with other offices responsible for the delivery of support services to students.
The ideal candidate will be familiar with the changing demographics and counseling needs of current and future students; understand mental health barriers that impede students’ progress to graduation; possess expert knowledge of best practices in college counseling services; and demonstrate success in developing new programs. The preferred candidate will bring significant experience working collaboratively across campus, a strong team orientation, and success developing and supervising professional staff. Additionally, the position requires keen organizational skills with an ability to manage multiple tasks, effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, and effective engagement of multiple stakeholder groups.
Qualified applicants must possess a doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology or a related field, and Connecticut licensure or eligibility for Connecticut licensure. Five years of experience in counseling, including formulation and implementation of counseling services policy and staff supervision are required.
For full consideration, please submit a letter of application, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Nancy Chucta at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin on July 1 and the position will remain open until filled.
17. Agnes Scott
Staff Psychologist/ Counselor
Department: Counseling and Psychological Services
Reports To: Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
Status: 10 month (Aug.1- May 31)
Job Grade: 8
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides comprehensive counseling and mental health services as well as campus outreach for Agnes Scott students within the guidelines of applicable federal, state and local laws, college and departmental policies and procedures and established counseling practices. Reports to the director of counseling and psychological services; works with co-workers, faculty, staff, students, families, the campus psychiatrist, and other off-campus professionals in hospitals, counseling centers, and private counseling practices to provide support to the college. Hours may vary depending on the needs of the department.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
1. Provides on-campus counseling services, including individual, couples, family, and group counseling.
2. Conducts intake assessment and treatment planning.
3. Conducts research, develops, and implements innovative, relevant psycho-educational outreach, training, workshops and programs.
4. Consults with and makes referrals to other mental health professionals.
5. Provides crisis intervention and consultation to faculty, staff, and students as appropriate.
6. Consults with the director about student problems, policies, and future counseling plans.
7. Assists in the recruitment, selection, and training of professional and support staff.
Education: APA-approved doctoral degree in counseling.
Experience: Previous college or university counseling center clinical experience preferred and/or experience counseling late adolescent/early adult female population.
Professional Certification: Must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Georgia in professional specialty.
* Broad generalist clinical skills, including experience assessing and intervening with a range of disorders, concerns, and degrees of pathology.
* Demonstrated commitment to engaging a diverse student population.
* Experience in conducting brief individual, couples, and group psychotherapy with a diverse population.
* Familiarity with college policies and procedures, student issues and concerns, and campus issues.
* Proficiency in public speaking and leading group discussions.
* Excellent planning and organizational skills (e.g., file management, time management).
* Experience with common office equipment and software (including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, and general computer knowledge).
* Good communication skills, both verbal and written, and good listening skills.
* Demonstrated ability to work independently and to maintain confidentiality within legal and institutional guidelines.
* Expertise in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: wellness programming, brief therapy, substance abuse, eating disorders, gender and multicultural issues.
Intermittent sitting, standing, stooping, crouching, walking, and occasional moving of light objects. Work is performed in an office.
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees to this job. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Reference the position title of Staff Psychologist/Counselor on the Subject line and e-mail a resume, letter of interest, professional references and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position is posted until filled. Due to the overwhelming response to the college’s staff openings we are unable to respond personally to individual telephone inquiries. No faxed submissions please.
Agnes Scott does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment. Agnes Scott has a strong commitment to diversity and urges members of underrepresented groups to apply.
18. Suffolk University
Counseling Center | Boston, MA
The Staff Psychologist is responsible for providing high quality, direct psychological counseling services and psycho-educational outreach programs to undergraduate, graduate and Law School students as part of a newly integrated Counseling, Health and Wellness team. In collaboration with senior Center leadership, this position is responsible for coordinating Center-based professional development programs, assisting with Center program assessment efforts and APA doctoral training program reports.
- Provides short-term psychological counseling services to students in individual, couples and group modalities; psychological assessments, development of short-term treatment plans, urgent care behavioral risk assessments via Center walk-ins and after hours on-call service. Case management and off-campus referrals are components of this work.
- Provides consultation to faculty, staff and students in order to address student high risk behaviors and student/community holistic health concerns.
- Serves in the center-wide, after-hours, on-call rotation system in conjunction with ProtoCall Services, a contracted professional mental health on-call service.
- In collaboration with the Director and Clinical Training Director, develops, coordinates and evaluates Center-based professional development programs, including Grand Rounds, Multi-Cultural Dialogues and an internship speaker series.
- Assists in the supervision and training of APA program intern trainees, including weekly and as needed trainee supervision meetings, review of trainee digital recordings and case notes, and service as a member of the training committee.
- Provides psycho-educational and holistic health outreach programs to students, faculty and staff in collaboration with the Center’s Outreach Team.
- Maintains timely and thorough client contact documentation compliant with Center policies and procedures, HIPAA and applicable state laws.
- Assists the Clinical Training Director of the APA pre-doctoral intern program with program assessment and reporting requirements.
- Provides campus psychological support services as needed during times of campus crises and/or psychological emergencies.
- Attends Center and Student Affairs Division meetings and professional development programs.
- Other duties as assigned by the Director of Counseling, Health and Wellness.
- Ph.D., Ed.D. or Psy.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology.
- Completion of an APA accredited internship
- Current license as a psychologist in Massachusetts (or licensed in another state and license-eligible in Massachusetts within 4 months)
- Three post –licensure years of clinical/counseling experience in the field of psychology, including counseling work on a college or university campus.
- Experience and demonstrated knowledge regarding work with university students from multicultural and diverse backgrounds.
- Demonstrated ability to develop and implement outreach programs.
- Training and experience in providing short-term psychotherapy, group therapy and crisis response for diverse college and university students.
- Demonstrated ability to assess and treat students with a broad range of diagnoses.
- Strong student service orientation.
- Demonstrated ability to supervise and train pre-doctoral interns.
- Availability to attend occasional evening or weekend activities and/or provide a program.
- Maintain ethical/professional conduct and interaction with all University community members.
- Demonstrated ability to provide effective psychological consultation and leadership to all campus constituents (faculty, staff and students)
- Interest in the integration of technology in psychological practice.
- Interest and knowledge regarding assessment of university psychological services.
- Proficiency in a second language.
- Interest in the application and integration of social justice in counseling center work.
This is a 12 month, full-time salaried position. Due to clinical/campus emergencies or an occasional evening program, psychologists may work beyond regularly scheduled office hours.
19. The University of Rhode Island
This is a fulltime, 10-month position. The selected individual will provide counseling and psychotherapy for students experiencing psychological and developmental difficulties. They will provide consultation with members of the university community and develop outreach programs to promote mental health with and human development. The selected individual will also provide leadership in the implementation of clinical programming for underrepresented groups, particularly racial, ethnic, and cultural minorities. Visit the URI jobs website at:
https://jobs.uri.edu to apply and view complete details for job posting # (6001460). Review of applications will begin June 16, 2014, and continue until the position is filled. Please attach two
(PDF) documents to your electronic application: 1) cover letter, and 2) resume which includes the names and contact information for 3 references. Only online applications will be accepted.
The University of Rhode Island is an AA/EEOD employer. Women, persons of color, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, and other protected group members are encouraged to apply.
20. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Counseling and Psychological Services
The Counseling and Psychological Services Referral Coordinator/Therapist is professionally licensed or license eligible to practice social work or holds an equivalent degree in the State of North Carolina and is expected to carry out this practice in an ethical and informed manner within the administrative framework of Campus Health Services. The licensed therapist provides individual and group therapy and assessment; supervision and training of social work students if appropriate; outreach programming; and crisis intervention, including daytime and evening/weekend on-call services. Consultation with members of the University community and participation on counseling related campus committees is also encouraged and expected as indicated. The therapist functioning as Referral Coordinator will work with the rest of the CAPS professional staff to provide transitional support to the client in need of referral to community services for treatment that exceeds the scope of service of Counseling and Psychological Services. This transitional support is not provided for all clients referred to the community. It is reserved for those who are ambivalent regarding ongoing treatment, those who are considered to be at risk if not established with ongoing care and those who may be in need of assistance with special insurance issues or finding a provider who can accommodate those with limited financial resources.
•Graduation from an approved Master’s program in social work or equivalent degree.
•Board eligibility for licensure by the North Carolina Board of Social Work or equivalent licensure board. Full licensure is expected. Employees who have just completed their training will be given adequate time to prepare and achieve licensure.
•Current knowledge in depth of his/her field and its standards of practice.
•Commitment to the practice of quality mental health services including a commitment to human value in that practice.
•Special interest in the University setting and the processes of maturation which occur during college years, undergraduate and graduate.
•Ability to work with other professional staff and support staff to produce integrated professional services.
•Understanding of issues of diversity with demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in promoting respect and appreciation for diversity and pluralism among students and staff.
•Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of student programs.
Required Application Materials
To apply, visit http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/45160
Attach a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information for three current references. Only Microsoft Word documents and PDF file attachments will be accepted. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and welcomes all to apply regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We also encourage protected veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply.
Open until filled.
Proposed start date: 08/01/2014
This job announcement is compliments of ACCTA, the Association of Counseling
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Cathye Griffin Betzel, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
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Blacksburg, VA 24061-0108
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