The University of the South (TN): Assistant University Counselor/Staff Psychologist
The University of the South
Assistant University Counselor / Staff Psychologist
The University of the South invites applications for the position of Assistant University Counselor/ Staff Psychologist. This regular ten month staff position would begin August 2014.
Responsibilities of this position will include: providing a full range of clinical and adjustment counseling services to university students; education, prevention, and consultation services; and after-hours emergency services. In addition to general clinical responsibilities, the Assistant University Counselor/Staff Psychologies will coordinate and provide treatment addressing an area of clinical interest of their choosing such as sexual assault, eating disorders, and women’s health issues. He or she will coordinate campus wide education and prevention programs related to these topics. Opportunities to teach in the Psychology Department may be available.
The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. in clinical counseling psychology or a Psy.D. in clinical psychology or related field. Completion of an APA accredited internship is preferred. The ideal candidate will be seeking a position that allows him or her to grow in broad-based clinical ability and experience while also developing a specialty with selected disorders. Supervision leading to licensure in Tennessee as a Health Service Provider is provided.
The University of the South comprises a nationally-ranked College of Arts and Sciences dedicated to liberal-arts education and a graduate-level School of Theology known throughout the Anglican Communion. Situated on a striking, 13,000 acre campus on Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau, it is an institution of the Episcopal Church that welcomes persons of all backgrounds.
The University of the South is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
Eligibility for employment is contingent upon successful completion of pre-employment screenings.