Various Job Announcements

Various Job Announcements

Job Announcements, Week of 04/21/2014

1. University of Texas at Austin: Counseling Specialist IV, Social Worker III or Psychologist III

2. University of Texas at Austin: Counseling Specialist IV, Social Worker III or Psychologist III (CARE)

3. University of Texas at Austin: Social Worker III or Psychologist III (LGBTQ interest)

4. University of Wisconsin-La Crosse: Counselor and Interim Counselor (2)

5. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: Triage Counselor

6. Lake Forest College: Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist

7. Transitions Professional Center, LLC (OR): Neuropsychologist

8. Kansas University Medical Center: Postdoctoral Fellowship (Psycho-Oncology / Behavioral Medicine)

9. University of Georgia: Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services

10. University of North Carolina at Charlotte: Director, Center for Wellness Promotion

11. Des Moines University (IA): Director, Student Counseling Center

12. University of North Dakota: Director, University Counseling Center

13. Florida Atlantic University: Assistant Director, Counseling and Psychological Services

14. Georgia Gwinnett College: Postdoctoral Fellowship

15. Virginia Commonwealth University: Advanced Mental Health Resident (MCV)

16. Virginia Commonwealth University: Advanced Mental Health Resident (Monroe Park)

17. University of Mary Washington (VA): Part-Time Staff Counselor/Psychologist

18. University of Missouri-Kansas City: Career Psychologist

19. Texas A&M University: Psychologist I (2)

20. Northern Illinois University: Psychologist (3)

 

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1. University of Texas at Austin

 

POSITION TITLE:  Counseling Specialist IV, Social Worker III or Psychologist III

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

To provide short-term individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, prevention and outreach services to undergraduate and graduate students with an emphasis in working with Black and African American students. Provide clinical training and supervision to social work and psychology interns and doctoral level practicum students. Participate in a multidisciplinary clinical team and collaborate with university departments and organizations. Other duties as assigned.

 

STARTING DATE:  Available immediately.

Counseling Specialist IV: Master’s degree in Counselor Education, Counseling and Guidance Services, Clinical Psychology, or Counseling Psychology. LPC required.

 

Social Worker III: Master’s degree in Social Work. LCSW required.

 

Psychologist III: Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology.  Graduation from APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship is preferred. Ability to obtain licensure as a psychologist within two years of hire.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience working in a college/university counseling center or outpatient mental health setting.
  • Demonstrated experience in providing brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, group therapy, care coordination, and case management to Black and African American students/young adults.
  • Experience providing mental health services to college students/young adults.
  • Experience/demonstrated interest in developing and implementing outreach programs to African American students/young adults.
  • Experience providing culturally competent treatment to a diverse client population.
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years of experience in providing brief individual and group therapy to Black and African American college students.
  • One year of experience providing outreach to Black and African American college students.
  • Experience working in a university counseling center.
  • Training and experience in clinical supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a multidisciplinary team of mental health clinicians.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with campus personnel, such as professionals in academic affairs and other student services providers.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a large system, and to participate and collaborate effectively in a large mental health services agency.

 

THE UNIVERSITY AND CMHC:

The University of Texas at Austin is a diverse and dynamic campus with a student body of approximately 51,000 students.  UT also has over 2,500 faculty and 21,000 staff distributed among 350 different departments and 17 colleges and schools.  We have a culturally diverse student body, with 5% of students identifying as African American, 15% Asian American, 19% Hispanic, and 9% international.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides a full range of university mental health services including time-limited individual therapy, group therapy, prevention and outreach, psychiatric assessment and treatment, integrated health care, urgent care and a CMHC crisis line, referral services and Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE).  Training and supervision is provided to psychology and social work interns, psychiatric residents, nurse practitioners, and psychology practicum students.  The center’s large, multidisciplinary staff includes professional counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center is committed to the promotion and affirmation of diversity in its broadest sense.  Our mission requires that people of every background be able to use our services with an expectation of respectful treatment.  CMHC has developed a “Statement on Diversity” that is available at www.cmhc.utexas.edu/diversity.html .  It is the policy of The University of Texas at Austin to provide an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the University community. In accordance with federal and state law, the University prohibits unlawful discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender ncluding sexual harassment, age, disability, citizenship, and veteran status in recruitment, employment, promotion, compensation, benefits, or training.  Pursuant to University policy, UT also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

 

For more information about CMHC, visit our web site at: www.cmhc.utexas.edu.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Applicants interested in applying for the positions listed above are encouraged to review a complete job description and must apply online at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/search/0/

A “job title” search or “keyword” search will show complete application instructions.

 

All applications must include a cover letter detailing the training and employment experiences that qualify the applicant for the position, current curriculum vitae, and three names of references.  In the cover letter, specifically address how your background meets the preferred qualifications listed above.  All are to be submitted online.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.

 

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Security sensitive; criminal background check conducted.

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2. University of Texas at Austin

 

POSITION TITLE:  Counseling Specialist IV, Social Worker III or Psychologist III

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

Position is with the CARE program (Counselors in Academic Residence). Counselors will be housed with academic offices on campus to provide short-term individual and group counseling, group seminars, crisis intervention, prevention and outreach services to undergraduate and graduate students. Provide consultation to faculty and staff. Provide clinical training and supervision to social work and psychology interns and doctoral level practicum students. Participate in a multidisciplinary clinical team and collaborate with university departments and organizations. Other duties as assigned.

 

STARTING DATE:  No later than 8/01/14.

 

Counseling Specialist IV: Master’s degree in Counselor Education, Counseling and Guidance Services, Clinical Psychology, or Counseling Psychology. LPC required.

 

Social Worker III: Master’s degree in Social Work. LCSW required.

 

Psychologist III: Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology.  Graduation from APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship. License required.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience working in a college/university counseling center or outpatient mental health setting.
  • Demonstrated experience in providing brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, group therapy, care coordination, and case management.
  • Experience providing mental health services to college students.
  • Experience in developing and implementing outreach programs.
  • Experience providing culturally competent treatment to a diverse client population.
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years of experience in providing brief individual and group therapy to college students.
  • Experience working in a university counseling center.
  • Training and experience in clinical supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a multidisciplinary team of mental health clinicians.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with campus personnel, such as professionals in academic affairs and other student services providers.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a large system, and to participate and collaborate effectively in a large mental health services agency.

THE UNIVERSITY AND CMHC:

The University of Texas at Austin is a diverse and dynamic campus with a student body of approximately 51,000 students.  UT also has over 2,500 faculty and 21,000 staff distributed among 350 different departments and 17 colleges and schools.  We have a culturally diverse student body, with 5% of students identifying as African American, 15% Asian American, 19% Hispanic, and 9% international.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides a full range of university mental health services including time-limited individual therapy, group therapy, prevention and outreach, psychiatric assessment and treatment, integrated health care, urgent care and a CMHC crisis line, referral services and Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE).  Training and supervision is provided to psychology and social work interns, psychiatric residents, nurse practitioners, and psychology practicum students.  The center’s large, multidisciplinary staff includes professional counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center is committed to the promotion and affirmation of diversity in its broadest sense.  Our mission requires that people of every background be able to use our services with an expectation of respectful treatment.  CMHC has developed a “Statement on Diversity” that is available at www.cmhc.utexas.edu/diversity.html .  It is the policy of The University of Texas at Austin to provide an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the University community. In accordance with federal and state law, the University prohibits unlawful discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender including sexual harassment, age, disability, citizenship, and veteran status in recruitment, employment, promotion, compensation, benefits, or training.  . Pursuant to University policy, UT also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

 

For more information about CMHC, visit our web site at: www.cmhc.utexas.edu.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Applicants interested in applying for the positions listed above are encouraged to review a complete job description and must apply online at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/search/0/

A “job title” search or “keyword” search will show complete application instructions.

 

All applications must include a cover letter detailing the training and employment experiences that qualify the applicant for the position, current curriculum vitae, and three names of references.  In the cover letter, specifically address how your background meets the preferred qualifications listed above.  All are to be submitted online.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.

 

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Security sensitive; criminal background check conducted.

 

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3. University of Texas at Austin

 

POSITION TITLE:  Social Worker III or Psychologist III

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

 

To provide short-term individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, prevention and outreach services to undergraduate and graduate students with an emphasis in working with LGBTQ students. Provide clinical training and supervision to social work and psychology interns and doctoral level practicum students. Participate in a multidisciplinary clinical team and collaborate with university departments and organizations. Other duties as assigned.

 

STARTING DATE:  Available immediately.

 

Social Worker III: Master’s degree in Social Work. LCSW required.

 

Psychologist III: Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology or Counseling Psychology.  Graduation from APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship is preferred. Ability to obtain licensure as a psychologist within one year of hire.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience working in a college/university counseling center or outpatient mental health setting.
  • Demonstrated experience in providing brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, group therapy, care coordination, and case management to LGBTQ students/young adults.
  • Experience providing mental health services to college students/young adults.
  • Experience in developing and implementing outreach programs to LGBTQ students/young adults.
  • Experience providing culturally competent treatment to a diverse client population.
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years of experience in providing brief individual and group therapy to LGBTQ college students.
  • One year of experience providing outreach to LGBTQ college students.
  • Experience working in a university counseling center.
  • Training and experience in clinical supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a multidisciplinary team of mental health clinicians.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with campus personnel, such as professionals in academic affairs and other student services providers.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a large system, and to participate and collaborate effectively in a large mental health services agency.

THE UNIVERSITY AND CMHC:

The University of Texas at Austin is a diverse and dynamic campus with a student body of approximately 51,000 students.  UT also has over 2,500 faculty and 21,000 staff distributed among 350 different departments and 17 colleges and schools.  We have a culturally diverse student body, with 5% of students identifying as African American, 15% Asian American, 19% Hispanic, and 9% international.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides a full range of university mental health services including time-limited individual therapy, group therapy, prevention and outreach, psychiatric assessment and treatment, integrated health care, urgent care and a CMHC crisis line, referral services and Counselors in Academic Residence (CARE).  Training and supervision is provided to psychology and social work interns, psychiatric residents, nurse practitioners, and psychology practicum students.  The center’s large, multidisciplinary staff includes professional counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.

 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center is committed to the promotion and affirmation of diversity in its broadest sense.  Our mission requires that people of every background be able to use our services with an expectation of respectful treatment.  CMHC has developed a “Statement on Diversity” that is available at www.cmhc.utexas.edu/diversity.html .  It is the policy of The University of Texas at Austin to provide an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the University community. In accordance with federal and state law, the University prohibits unlawful discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender including sexual harassment, age, disability, citizenship, and veteran status in recruitment, employment, promotion, compensation, benefits, or training.  . Pursuant to University policy, UT also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

 

For more information about CMHC, visit our web site at: www.cmhc.utexas.edu.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Applicants interested in applying for the positions listed above are encouraged to review a complete job description and must apply online at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/search/0/

A “job title” search or “keyword” search will show complete application instructions.

 

All applications must include a cover letter detailing the training and employment experiences that qualify the applicant for the position, current curriculum vitae, and three names of references.  In the cover letter, specifically address how your background meets the preferred qualifications listed above.  All are to be submitted online.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.

 

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Security sensitive; criminal background check conducted.

 

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4. University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

 

 Counselor and Interim Counselor (2 positions)

Position Description
Located between picturesque bluffs and the mighty Mississippi River, the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (UW-L) is seeking two (2) outstanding candidates for the position of Counselor. One position is an ongoing position and the other is an interim position. Both of these positions offer a fantastic opportunity to positively impact the experiences of college students. UW-L has a rich tradition of providing an exceptional educational experience for students and our dedication to student success is what makes our university unique.

These positions are under the general supervision of the Director of the Counseling and Testing Center. Applicants will be able to choose to apply for the Counselor position, the Interim Counselor position, or for both positions. Those candidates interested in applying for both positions will only need to submit one application.

Both counselors will function as a generalist conducting brief initial assessments (triage), full initial assessments (intakes, urgent care assessments, and other professional counseling services (including individual, couples, group, and occasional family therapy). Other responsibilities include: referral, consultation, in-service training, and outreach. Counselors will also provide crisis intervention services and public relations services to campus and community members as appropriate. Counselors will also participate on staff, student affairs, and university committees. Similar to all staff at the Counseling and Testing Center, these counselors will work to integrate the ideals and goals of Inclusive Excellence in all aforementioned activities.

Successful candidates for these positions will have experience and expertise in serving young adult clients. These openings are for generalists as well as applicants with strong demonstrated interest and experience in one or more of the following desired clinical and outreach areas of emphasis: disordered eating, substance use/abuse, men’s issues, ADHD, and mood disorders. Training and experience using Dialectical Behavior Therapy is desired. Candidates might also have a satellite office in the UW-L Student Health Center – interested applicants would benefit from having experience working in an interdisciplinary setting and work well independently.

 

Minimum Qualifications
• Master’s degree in clinical psychology, clinical/community psychology, counseling psychology, social work, or related advanced degree is required.
• License in or license eligible in the state of Wisconsin in a counseling profession (e.g., LPC, LCSW) and all post degree hours must be completed by start date.

 

Desired Qualifications
• Three or more years of post-graduate clinical experience, with at least one year experience in a college counseling setting strongly preferred.
• Demonstrated experience functioning at a high level as a generalist counselor in a diverse setting.
• Experience with crisis intervention and collaborative work with a multidisciplinary team.
• Experience conducting assessment and providing treatment for adults in one or more of the following areas: disordered eating, substance use/abuse, men’s issues, ADHD, mood disorders. Training and experience using Dialectical Behavior Therapy is desired.
• Experience conducting outreach programming, presentations, trainings, and/or workshops relevant to college students.
• Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with persons of diverse socio-economic, racial/ethnic, international, and LGBTQ backgrounds, including knowledge and sensitivity about multicultural issues. Preference will be given to those candidates who have experience working with culturally, racially, and diagnostically diverse college students.

 

University Description
UW-La Crosse has appeared prominently on the U.S. News & World Report list of “America’s Best Colleges” for more than a decade and is ranked consistently as one of the top three institutions in the Midwest. With a student population of roughly 10,000, the university offers 85 undergraduate programs in 29 disciplines and a variety of graduate programs in three colleges: Liberal Studies, Science and Health, and Business Administration, including the School of Arts & Communication and the School of Education. There are nearly 350 full-time faculty and instructional academic staff, 73 percent of whom hold terminal degrees. UW-La Crosse boasts a retention rate (freshmen returning as sophomores) of 87 percent, graduation rate (degree within six years) of 67 percent, and is among only 12 institutions cited nationally by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities for its success in linking campus culture and university leadership to outstanding graduation rates.

 

Required Application Materials
A complete application must include a cover letter, résumé or CV, and contact information for three references (address, telephone number, and e-mail address).

 

Application Deadline
These positions will remain open until filled with priority given to applications submitted on or before May 19, 2014.

 

https://employment.uwlax.edu/

 

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5. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

 

TRIAGE COUNSELOR POSITION

 

1 (one) TRIAGE COUNSELOR POSITION

(Full-Time, Lecturer, 12-month, with anticipated annual renewal)

 

The Counseling Services is seeking a talented and hard-working individual with strong clinical assessment skills, who is passionate about enhancing the psychosocial development and emotional well-being of Cal Poly Pomona students.

The Position

Counseling Services invites applications for 1 (one) Triage Counselor (Full-time, Lecturer, 12 month, with anticipated annual renewal).

 

In collaboration with the Director of Counseling Services and the Student Health and Counseling Services staff, the Triage Counselor will provide primary initial screening for students who want to access the counseling services. The Triage Counselor will utilize good clinical judgment in determining the best level of care for the students, which may include referral for short-term therapy within the department, or linkages to on/off-campus resources for those who need longer-term care, or immediate referral to the crisis counselor.

 

The Triage Counselor is also the designated counselor for the web-based mental health program. Duties include communicating with students online for screenings, outreach, and referrals for a variety of mental health issues. The incumbent is also responsible for in-person following up on high-risk cases that are identified through the online program(s) with case management linkages and referrals.

 

The Triage Counselor will provide walk-in crisis coverage during regular business hours, sharing coverage duties with the clinical staff, and will track, monitor, and follow-up on crisis cases and crisis calls. The Triage Counselor will also be part of the core rotation team and cover after-hours and weekend emergencies, which include phone consultations to students or impacted individuals, and/or coming to campus after-hours, if necessary.

 

Duties also include serving as a resource to various constituencies on campus (e.g., faculty/staff, student organizations) in an effort to address potential danger or threats to the campus community and enhance student life by providing mental health consultation and outreach services (i.e., prevention and psycho-educational programs).

 

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Position includes a very attractive benefits package.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS

(Must meet one of the criteria)

 

•             Licensed to practice as a Licensed Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of California.

•             Completion of a Psy.D. or Ph.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited doctoral program and completion of an APPIC or APA accredited pre-doctoral internship.

 

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

•             Experience with screening/intake.

•             Experience with case management linkage and referrals.

•             Experience with crisis interventions.

•             Clinical experience working with a broad range of presenting problems, including individuals with severe and chronic mental health conditions.

•             Ability to use and manage web-based intervention tools.

•             Experience developing and implementing outreach services, including consultation, trainings, and workshops/presentations.

•             Ability to perform brief therapy and diagnostic and psychological needs assessment, especially as pertains to the needs of college students.

•             Demonstrated ability to remain calm, make quick and thoughtful decisions during crisis situations while adhering to legal and ethical standards and maintaining appropriate professional boundaries; ability to make collaborative clinical decisions with supervisor (if unlicensed)/independent clinical decisions (if licensed), multi-task, and set priorities.

•             Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and competence in addressing the needs of diverse clients.

•             Knowledge of CA legal and ethical standards and ability to utilize sound ethical judgment during treatment, in-person/online consultations, and crisis intervention.

•             Excellent communication skills including the demonstrated ability to provide effective communication during face-to-face interactions and through electronic means, including making effective oral presentations, facilitating the open exchange of ideas, and writing clear and concise clinical notes, documents, and reports.

•             Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with and respond to multiple constituencies and make meaningful connections within and outside the counseling center.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

•             Experience working in a University and/or College Counseling Center or with the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population.

•             Licensed as a Psychologist in CA.

•             Fluent in Spanish or Mandarin, and be able to conduct screening and therapy sessions in Spanish or Mandarin.

Application Procedure

Review of complete applications will begin May 8, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled. Early response is encouraged. Completed application packages will be available for examination by any Counseling Services tenured, tenure-track or temporary faculty.

 

A complete application will consist of:

•             A formal cover letter addressing the candidate’s interest and background related to the position’s minimum and preferred qualifications.

•             Detailed curriculum vitae.

•             Completed Faculty Application Form found at: http://academic.csupomona.edu/faculty/docs/application.pdf

•             Two (2) samples of intake/initial screening reports or summary.

•             Copy of graduate transcripts (official transcripts confirming completion of graduate degrees are required for finalist).

•             Copy of the current state license (if applicable).

•             A list of the current contact information for the 3 references (including name, address, email address, and phone number) so that they can be contacted should the candidate become a finalist.

 

Please submit all application materials by e-mail to:

 

Counseling Services: Triage Counselor Search Committee

c/o Leslie Taylor-Contla

3801 W. Temple Ave, 66-116

Pomona, CA 91768

E-mail to: ldtaylor@csupomona.edu

Fax to: (909) 869-6775

Phone: (909) 869-3220

 

About the University

Cal Poly Pomona is a comprehensive public university that is widely recognized for its polytechnic mission and learn-by-doing philosophy. One of the 23 campuses of the California State University, it is consistently ranked as one of the best public universities in the West. The University has also recently been recognized as one of the top 30 promising places to work in Student Affairs by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

 

Cal Poly Pomona currently enrolls 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students (with approximately 65% representing diverse ethnic groups) and employs approximately 1,000 faculty members. The University is committed to diversifying its faculty and staff to better serve its multicultural student body, and has made educational equity one of its highest priorities. Cal Poly Pomona is noted for its beautiful and historic 1,400-acre campus, once the Arabian horse ranch of cereal magnate W. K. Kellogg. It is located about 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in one of the most dynamic economic and cultural regions in the country. Additional information is available at the university’s Web site: https://www.csupomona.edu

 

About the Department

The Counseling Services is a unit within Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS), which is a department within the Division of Student Affairs. The Counseling Services strives for excellence in student services by adhering to the values adopted by the Student Affairs Division (i.e. a student-centered philosophy, integrity, interconnectedness, passion, quality, and richness of diversity). Reflective of these values, Counseling Services provides a variety of mental health, psycho-educational and outreach services to the university community. The mission of Counseling Services is to advance student success by promoting community wellness, removing psychological barriers, and cultivating the personal strengths of Cal Poly Pomona students through culturally relevant mental health services designed to transform their personal, social and academic lives. The Counseling Services is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS) and the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc (AAAHC).

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The University seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and ways of knowing and learning. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university’s annual security report is available at http://dsa.csupomona.edu/police/securityreport.asp. The person holding this position is considered a ‘mandated reporter’ under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. Http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html

 

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6. Lake Forest College

Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist

 

Lake Forest College invites applications for the position of Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Health and Wellness, the Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist provides significant leadership and vision for wellness and outreach initiatives in the Health and Wellness Center. The Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist will have a strong knowledge base of community psychology/community health theory and application, as well as a passion for development and delivery of outreach. Additionally, the Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist will provide leadership for the Wellness Peer Educator program and the Alcohol and Other Drug Committee. The Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist will work closely and effectively with departments both within and outside of Student Affairs, such as Residence Life, the Office of Intercultural Relations, the Gates Center for Leadership, Public Safety, and Athletics. The Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist will join a team of energetic and creative professionals committed to innovative, integrative and collaborative services and programming, which is aimed at fostering the holistic development of college students.  The Health & Wellness Center’s mission is to support healthy student development and positively impact the campus community by providing multiculturally-skilled and community-focused counseling, consultation, and outreach services.

 

The Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist serves as the “resident expert” for the College regarding Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) issues. The Community Wellness Coordinator/Staff Psychologist chairs the College’s AOD Committee, which is responsible for spearheading the development, administration, promotion, and evaluation of the College’s outreach and prevention/education efforts related to AOD issues. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of best practices in education/prevention of alcohol and other drugs; experience in assessment of campus environment regarding AOD issues; and experience providing leadership regarding AOD issues.

 

The successful candidate will have a commitment to liberal arts education; a demonstrated knowledge of and experience working with the developmental concerns of traditional-age college students; demonstrated experience and skill in multicultural counseling, supervision and outreach with diverse student populations; strong clinical supervision skills; and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups.  Strong crisis intervention and risk management skills, communication and interpersonal skills, energy, flexibility, and enthusiasm are required for this position.

 

Lake Forest College is a highly selective liberal arts college located in a suburb of Chicago that enrolls approximately 1,500 students from over 47 states and 78 countries. Located just 30 miles north of Chicago, the College is a coeducational, undergraduate institution offering students the opportunities and challenges of a liberal arts education.  Lake Forest College is a culturally diverse community, with nearly 38% of our student body identifying as domestic ethnic minority or international students.  We also have a visible and vibrant LGBT student population as well a number of active religious, cultural, and special interest student communities. It is essential that candidates for this position have the ability to interact effectively within our culturally diverse environment, and provide culturally competent clinical and outreach services.

 

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Collaborate with College administration, faculty,  and staff in establishing wellness-related outreach strategies and goals, and provide ongoing and summary reporting of staff outreach efforts to the Director of Health and Wellness.
  • Manage wellness and outreach program requests that come to the Health and Wellness Center and coordinate response.
  • Provide programming, in addition to coordination, by doing presentations, tabling, etc.
  • Assist in developing, advising, and supporting the Wellness Peer Educators as well as student groups conducting peer education or peer support (such as Active Minds, Student Women’s Awareness Network (SWAN), and PRIDE).
  • Manage and develop the Health and Wellness Center’s written and electronic outreach / educational materials.
  • Oversee special outreach projects such as mental health screening efforts, Wellness Wednesday workshops, and end-of-semester stress management events.
  • Participate in the national higher education outreach organization AUCCCO.
  • Research and utilize established best practice and evidence-based practice for outreach and education.
  • Counseling and psychotherapy with individuals and couples.
  • Group psychotherapy.
  • Crisis intervention and risk assessment.
  • Conduct alcohol and other drug assessments, eating disorder assessments, and administer and interpret self-report measures and objective personality assessments.
  • Participate in on-call rotation for after-hours crisis service.
  • Training and supervision of -doctoral interns.
  • Consult effectively with parents, faculty, staff and students.

 

Minimum qualifications:  Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology and State of Illinois licensure as a psychologist or license eligibility.

 

Preferred Qualifications:  Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program and experience with the providing leadership and delivery of wellness programming and outreach in a college/university counseling center.  Leadership, development, administration, promotion, and evaluation of AOD programming is essential.

 

Candidates familiar with small private, residential, liberal arts institutions are especially encouraged to apply. Applications from women and minorities are actively encouraged. Lake Forest College offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience.

 

Review of applications will begin April 21, 2014.  Applicants should send a letter of interest, a vita, and contact information for four professional references via email to simons@lakeforest.edu.

 

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7. Transitions Professional Center, LLC

 

Transitions Professional Center, LLC in Portland, Oregon invites applicants to apply for a full-time neuropsychology position in a growing privately-owned practice offering comprehensive psychology services for adult individuals (as well as couples and families) who are enduring chronic illness, life-threatening illness, end-of-life issues, loss and bereavement. Our neuropsychology program offers services to a wide range of individuals with neurological conditions, such as dementia, stroke, and head injury, as well as individuals with hematological and oncological diagnoses and cardiac and vascular conditions.

Transitions Professional Center is comprised of four integrated departments – clinical, assessment, research, training & education. While this position emphasizes clinical care and assessment, preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate interest in program development and in training practicum and postdoctoral level trainees. Opportunity to pursue research is also available given interest.

The position is open to applicants with a doctorate in clinical psychology and training in neuropsychology. First consideration will be given to individuals who have obtained ABPP certification or are eligible for board certification in neuropsychology.

 

Many of our patients are older adults with complicated medical histories and, therefore, our practice is devoted to regular collaboration with other medical providers so as to provide patient- centered care to best treat the whole person. In order to best serve this population, an ideal candidate will have training in medical settings, as well as specialized training in at least one of the following areas: geropsychology, movement disorders, palliative care, loss and bereavement. Training with the following patient medical populations is also useful: older adults, veterans, individuals with hematological and oncological diagnoses, cardiac and vascular conditions, movement disorders, and traumatic brain injury.

Immediate opening, position open until filled.

 

Competitive salary.

ODS Health insurance, dental insurance and vision insurance available.

Paid vacation & sick time off

 

Interested applicants should submit a CV, cover letter, and have two letters of reference via email to Louise Marasco, Ph.D. at lmarasco@transitionspc.com. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Hard copies of materials will not be accepted. Transitions Professional

Center, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and ethnic minority individuals, women, and veterans are especially encouraged to apply.

 

Transitions Professional Center, LLC. 3735 SW River Parkway, Portland, OR 97239.

www.transitionspc.com

 

503.972.7090

 

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8. Kansas University Medical Center

 

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psycho-Oncology and Behavioral Medicine

 

Kansas University Medical Center invites applications to its postdoctoral training program in Psycho-Oncology and Behavioral Medicine. This position is ideal for an individual with doctoral level training in clinical psychology and behavioral medicine or health psychology who is seeking specialized training in assessment and intervention with patients living with cancer.

The goal of the fellowship is to develop psychologists’ clinical and research competency in treatment of psychological distress throughout the cancer trajectory. The fellow will provide outpatient clinical assessment and intervention and inpatient and outpatient consultation for medical providers. The fellow will also contribute to the Psycho-Oncology Research Program.

Accreditation by the American Psychological Association is being pursued.  Applicants must have completed an APA accredited or approved internship program, with prior training in an APA accredited PhD or PsyD program. Candidates will be asked for a letter of interest, current CV, 3 letters of recommendation, and graduate transcripts.  Interested candidates should contact:
Meagan Dwyer, Ph.D.

University of Kansas Medical Center

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

3901 Rainbow Blvd. Mailstop 4015

Kansas City, KS 66160

Email: mdwyer2@kumc.edu

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 19, 2014

SALARY: $40,000

START DATE: September 1, 2014

 

More information on the position and application process can be found on our website: http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/psychiatry-and-behavioral-sciences/clinical-psychology-training-programs/postdoctoral-fellowship-program.htmln

 

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9. University of Georgia

 

The University of Georgia’s University Health Center seeks candidates for the position of Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS).  This senior level administrative position oversees the operations, budget, human resources, and strategic planning for the CAPS Department.  Minimum requirements are an MD or DO, from an accredited medical or osteopathic school, or a PhD or PsyD from an accredited college or university with GA licensure within 30 days of hire, five years experience in the practice of psychiatry or psychology, progressively responsible administrative positions including three years supervisory experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and competency in the use of a computer.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience in a college health setting and use of an electronic health record.

 

Interested applicants please send cover letter, resume, and three written letters of reference to:

Julia Nelms, Administration, University Health Center, UGA, Athens, GA 30602 or email jnelms@uhs.uga.edu

The application deadline is April 30, 2014 with a projected start date of July 1, 2014, and is negotiable.  The prospective hire for the position will be subject to a background investigation per University System of Georgia policies.  For more information, contact Julia Nelms.

 

The University of Georgia is an EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Institution. Links to information about CAPS and The University Health Center can be found at http://www.uhs.uga.edu.

 

 

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10. University of North Carolina at Charlotte


Director, Center for Wellness Promotion

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is seeking creative, energetic, and experienced applicants for the position of Director, Center for Wellness Promotion, to begin on or around August 1, 2014.  Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Programs and Services, the Director provides vision, strategic planning, supervision, and administrative management for the Center’s programs and services in substance abuse prevention, sexual health promotion, tobacco use reduction, interpersonal violence prevention, sexual assault prevention and response, and related health topics. Responsibilities include the hiring and supervision of four full-time health educators, an administrative assistant, and various graduate and undergraduate student employees and interns; providing direction to campus-wide efforts to promote holistic wellness; serving as the administrative representative of the Center in relationship to the Student Health Center, the Counseling Center, other departments within the Division of Student Affairs, and other university departments; and overseeing department budget, business, and facility operations.

 

Required qualifications include a master’s degree in health promotion, public health, psychology, or related field; at least 5 years of experience in the preparation and delivery of wellness promotion programming; and evidence of increasing responsibility in supervision of professional staff, program planning, and budgeting.  Candidates must have strong skills in written and oral communication, awareness of and experience implementing current effective practices in wellness promotion, and enthusiasm for collaboration within the Center and throughout the university community. Successful grant-writing experience is a plus. Salary and benefits are competitive.

 

UNC Charlotte is North Carolina’s urban research institution. Our campus is located in the piedmont of North Carolina, just two hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains and three hours from the Atlantic Ocean. With more than 26,500 enrolled students, including roughly 5,000 master’s and doctoral candidates, UNC Charlotte is the second-largest institution in the UNC system. It leverages its location in the state’s largest city to offer internationally competitive programs of research and creative activity and exemplary undergraduate, graduate and professional programs coupled with a focused set of community engagement initiatives that enrich the region’s quality of life.

 

Apply electronically by submitting a letter of interest, current resume, and full contact information for four references at https://jobs.uncc.edu. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

 

 

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11. Des Moines University

 

Des Moines University, a graduate health sciences university, invites applications for the Director of the Student Counseling Center (SCC).  The Director provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for mental health and emotional wellness services, working collaboratively with the Directors of Wellness Programs and Student Health to foster a model of wellness that is synergistic and holistic.

 

The Director oversees and participates in the provision of all services provided by the Student Counseling Center which includes multi-culturally competent counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, referral services, and outreach programming.

 

The successful candidate with have a doctorate in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology, seven or more years of post-doctoral clinical experience, four or more years of experience working in a university counseling center, and be licensed in Iowa or able to obtain licensure in Iowa within six months.

 

Please see the Des Moines University website for more information or to apply for this position at www.dmu.edu/employment.   For full consideration please submit a CV, cover letter and contact information for three professional references at initial submission.   Candidates with questions specific to this position may contact Dr. Deborah Edelman-Blank, 515-271-1618.

 

For more information on all that the Des Moines, Iowa area has to offer, please visit www.desmoinesmetro.com.

 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

 

DES MOINES UNIVERSITY
Des Moines University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, employees and students. The University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic informa­tion or any other legally protected status. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged.

 

 

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12. University of North Dakota

 

Director of University Counseling Center

 

JobID: 688

Date Posted:   4/24/2014

Location:   Grand Forks, North Dakota

 

Department: University Counseling Center

 

Hiring Salary: Commensurate with experience, Fulltime, Benefitted, Exempt

 

Application Deadline: Review of applications begins on May 26, 2014. Open until filled

 

Position Details:

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Health & Wellness, the Director of the University Counseling Center is responsible for the leadership, direction, and effective operation of the UND Counseling Center to include overall program direction, supervision and professional development of 15 full-time staff, 3 pre-doc interns accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), and several graduate practicum trainees, oversight of a $1.1M budget, and ensuring the compliance of the Center with regulatory agencies, state laws, and professional accrediting agencies. The mission of the University Counseling Center is to empower diverse students to develop their fullest potential by promoting positive mental health and enhancing students’ competencies. Services designed to provide these opportunities are preventative, developmental, and remedial, and cover six general areas: Individual, couples, and group therapy for psychological issues; Career Counseling Services; Substance Abuse Prevention; Testing Services; Graduate Training and Supervision; and Outreach Programming and Consultation. The Director serves as a key member of the Campus Life and Safety Team and, as the senior mental health officer at UND, provides collaborative leadership, consultation, professional development seminars, and crisis/emergency management support for members of the campus community and with off-campus mental health support services. The Counseling Center is fully accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, and has worked to establish a progressive set of programs and counseling services.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications include an earned doctorate from an APA-accredited PsyD, PhD, Counseling, or Clinical Psychology program, allowing applicants to be license-eligible in the State of North Dakota. The Director will possess at least five years of progressive clinical and administrative experience in counseling services including at least three years of post-licensure supervisory experience. Experience in a college or university counseling center or a higher education mental health setting is preferred. Successful candidates will also demonstrate knowledge of professional guidelines and best practices for the operation of counseling centers, the importance of meeting the emotional and career needs of university students, the training of interns, and the ability to support institutional response critical incidents. The Director will possess the ability to communicate the importance of student mental health and emotional stability to students, staff, faculty, and administrators, and demonstrate initiative in designing and promoting student-focused, service-driven counseling programs.

 

Application and Nomination:

Review of applications will begin May 26, 2014. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Peter Rosenberg at pwr@sjgsearch.com. To apply on-line please go to: http://www.spelmanandjohnson.com/higher-education-professionals/director-of-the-university-counseling-center-university-of-north-dakota-grand-forks-nd/

 

SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group

UND – Director of the University Counseling Center

Peter W. Rosenberg, Senior Associate

 

Visit the University of North Dakota website at www.und.edu

 

Any submission regarding this opening is subject to the North Dakota Open Records laws. The names of all candidates and nominees are a matter of public record under the statutes and policies of the State of North Dakota.

 

UND is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to achieving excellence through diversity.

 

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13. Florida Atlantic University

 

Position Title
Assistant Director

 

Department
Counseling and Psychological Services

 

Salary Range
$60,000-$75,000, Depending on Experience

 

Position Description
The Counseling Center at Florida Atlantic University is seeking a psychologist to direct services on the Jupiter campus. This campus is 45 miles north of the main Boca Raton campus. The Assistant Director shares responsibilities with the Director and Associate Director for the leadership of the Counseling Center.

The Assistant Director of The Counseling Center, Jupiter, reports to the Associate Director of the FAU Counseling Center, and meets regularly with the Director to discuss clinical and office operations, clients, programs and activities, and job performance.

This individual’s duties include providing therapy services to Florida Atlantic University students; and administrative and supervisory leadership of the Jupiter Counseling and Psychological Services (including all campus programming). Under the supervision of the Director, the Assistant Director will assist in the formulation and interpretation of Counseling Center policies.

Provide professional consultation for students, faculty, staff, parents, and others regarding a variety of issues related to the development of new and existing programs within the university.
Input into budget forecasting, grant management.
Take a leadership role in other committees as assigned.
Coordinate outreach, educational and preventative measures on the Jupiter campus.
Maintain and adhere to statutory and ethical responsibilities with regard to confidential nature of psychotherapeutic and counseling relationships.

Position #992326

Minimum Qualifications
Candidates must have a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program, be licensed eligible in Florida so they can obtain a license within a year, have post doctoral experience in a college center setting, have an APA accredited internship in a university counseling center and have experience with training doctoral candidates. They should have a minimum of 3 years of experience (including their internship) in a university counseling center.

 

Desired Qualifications
Experience in a leadership role within a counseling center is preferred.

 

University Description
Florida Atlantic University, established in 1961, officially opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth public university in Florida. Today, the University serves more than 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses and sites. FAU’s world-class teaching and research faculty serves students through 10 colleges: the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, the College of Business, the College for Design and Social Inquiry, the College of Education, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, the Graduate College, the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science. FAU is ranked as a High Research Activity institution by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. For more information, visit www.fau.edu.

 

Region Description
South Florida 🙂

 

Required Application Materials
CV and thee letters of reference http://jobs.fau.edu  Click on “Search Positions” on the left

Position #992326

 

Application Deadline
5/23/14

 

Starting Date
Negotiable

 

Send Applications To:

Web Address
http://jobs.fau.edu

 

This listing expires on:
7/24/2014

 

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14. Georgia Gwinnett College

 

Postdoctoral Fellowship

Counseling and Psychological Services

Position Description
Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, the Postdoctoral Fellow’s primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Provide initial assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, and couples counseling
* Provide on-call and walk-in coverage
* Supervise graduate trainee
* Provide preventative and educational outreach to campus community
* Establish liaisons with various campus organizations and groups
* Serve in a consulting role to faculty, staff, and parents
* Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with local mental health professionals to coordinate treatment services and referrals
* Perform other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Qualifications
Individuals must have graduated with a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology by the date of employment and have previous experience in a college or university counseling center. Experience working with diverse populations.

 

Desired Qualifications
Experience in developing and implementing preventative mental health outreach programming. Experience with group therapy and supervision of graduate trainees. Experience working with substance abuse, suicide assessment, and historically underserved populations.

 

University Description
Founded in 2005, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is the 35th institution of the University System of Georgia. GGC is a premier 21st century four-year liberal arts college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. With a current enrollment of over 9,000 students, including both residential and commuter students.

 

Region Description
Located in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, GGC provides a student-centered, technology-enriched learning environment. Gwinnett County (pop. 780,000+) is home to a variety of businesses, including organizations involved in health care, education, and information technology.

 

Required Application Materials
Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Transcript.   Apply online at jobs.ggc.edu. Fax 3 letters of reference to 678-407-5270 or mail to the address below.

 

Application Deadline
Open until filled.

 

Starting Date
August 14, 2014

 

Send Applications To:
Human Resources
Georgia Gwinnett College

1000 University Center Lane
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

 

Fax 678-407-5270

 

Phone Number
678-407-5592

 

Email Address
tdanjout@ggc.edu

 

Web Address
http://jobs.ggc.edu

 

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15. Virginia Commonwealth University

 

University Counseling Services, Division of Student Affairs

 

Advanced Mental Health Resident

 

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) invites applications for a one-year, full time, Advanced Mental Health Resident to join the staff of University Counseling Services (UCS) in the Division of Student Affairs.  This position entails working closely with undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the MCV (medical) campus.  General duties include initial consultation, individual therapy, crisis work including on-call coverage, and consultation with university faculty and staff.  Additional duties may include group therapy, provision of supervision, and outreach.  There is also a potential opportunity to develop a niche or subspecialty area.  This position includes one day of evening office hours per week.  Supervision by a licensed senior staff professional will be provided.

 

Required Qualifications:  An earned doctorate in psychology or a master’s degree in social work by start date.  Completion of a supervised clinical internship or work equivalent experience.  Psychology applicants must have graduated from APA-accredited programs and have completed APA-accredited internships.  Additionally, the position requires evidence of strong clinical skills, excellent interpersonal skills including oral and written communication, the ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary counseling center team, and demonstrated commitment to multicultural competence.

 

Preferred Qualifications: Experience across the general duties listed for these positions.  Experience in a university counseling center.

 

University Counseling Services has an APA-accredited psychology internship training program.  The multidisciplinary staff of UCS includes 13 full-time clinicians, one full-time psychiatrist, a case manager, and a graduate training staff drawing from the disciplines of psychology, social work, and psychiatry.  VCU is a growing urban university of over 32,000 students located on two campuses in the capital city of Richmond, VA.

 

Review of applications will begin May 30, 2014 and continue until the positions are filled.  The salary is $28,000 for twelve months.  Benefits are included.  The start date is August 2014.

 

To apply, please electronically submit a letter of interest and current CV to: Sydney Brodeur McDonald, PhD at sbmcdonald@vcu.edu.  Three letters of recommendation may be sent electronically or under separate cover to: Sydney Brodeur McDonald, Ph.D., University Counseling Services, 907 Floyd Avenue, Room 238, P.O. Box 842525, Richmond, VA 23284-2525.

 

For additional information about Virginia Commonwealth University and UCS, visit our website at http://www.students.vcu.edu/counseling/.  Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal employment/affirmative action employer.  Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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16. Virginia Commonwealth University

 

University Counseling Services, Division of Student Affairs

 

Advanced Mental Health Resident

 

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) invites applications for a one-year, full time, Advanced Mental Health Resident to join the staff of University Counseling Services (UCS) in the Division of Student Affairs.  This position entails working closely with undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the Monroe Park Campus.  General duties include initial consultation, individual therapy, crisis work including on-call coverage, and consultation with university faculty and staff.  Additional duties may include group therapy, provision of supervision, and outreach.  There is also a potential opportunity to develop a niche or subspecialty area.  This position includes one day of evening office hours per week.  Supervision by a licensed senior staff professional will be provided.

 

Required Qualifications:  An earned doctorate in psychology or a master’s degree in social work by start date.  Completion of a supervised clinical internship or work equivalent experience.  Psychology applicants must have graduated from APA-accredited programs and have completed APA-accredited internships.  Additionally, the position requires evidence of strong clinical skills, excellent interpersonal skills including oral and written communication, the ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary counseling center team, and demonstrated commitment to multicultural competence.

 

Preferred Qualifications: Experience across the general duties listed for these positions.  Experience in a university counseling center.

 

University Counseling Services has an APA-accredited psychology internship training program.  The multidisciplinary staff of UCS includes 13 full-time clinicians, one full-time psychiatrist, a case manager, and a graduate training staff drawing from the disciplines of psychology, social work, and psychiatry.  VCU is a growing urban university of over 32,000 students located on two campuses in the capital city of Richmond, VA.

 

Review of applications will begin May 30, 2014 and continue until the positions are filled.  The salary is $28,000 for twelve months.  Benefits are included.  The start date is August 2014.

 

To apply, please electronically submit a letter of interest and current CV to: Sydney Brodeur McDonald, PhD at sbmcdonald@vcu.edu.  Three letters of recommendation may be sent electronically or under separate cover to: Sydney Brodeur McDonald, Ph.D., University Counseling Services, 907 Floyd Avenue, Room 238, P.O. Box 842525, Richmond, VA 23284-2525.

 

For additional information about Virginia Commonwealth University and UCS, visit our website at http://www.students.vcu.edu/counseling/.

 

Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal employment/affirmative action employer.  Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

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17. University of Mary Washington

 

Position Title
Part-Time Staff Counselor/Psychologist

 

Department
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

 

Position Description
This is a part-time, 9 month position in Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Mary Washington. The position supports the University mission by providing assessment, consultation, counseling/psychotherapy and outreach services which enhance student learning, reduce psychological distress, and advance student development and academic and interpersonal functioning.

We are looking for someone with broad generalist clinical skills/expertise in: assessing and intervening (especially brief psychotherapy models) with a broad range of disorders and degrees of pathology; consultation/liaison, outreach programming; crisis counseling and group therapy experience.

 

Minimum Qualifications
Required:
APA approved Psy.D., Ph.D., or Ed.D in counseling/clinical psychology or accredited Master’s degree in social work or counseling.
Licensed or license eligible (within 2 years of hire) in Virginia as a mental health counselor (LPC).
Broad generalist clinical skills/expertise in: assessing and intervening (especially brief psychotherapy models) with a broad range of disorders and degrees of pathology; consultation/liaison, outreach programming; crisis counseling and group therapy experience.

 

Desired Qualifications
Preferred Qualifications:

-Currently Licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Clinical Psychologist, Professional Counselor, or Clinical Social Worker.

-Brief therapy and group facilitation experience in a college/university counseling is preferred.

-Expertise in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: wellness programming, cognitive behavioral therapy, substance abuse, eating disorders, and multicultural issues.

 

University Description
The University of Mary Washington is a public arts and sciences institution in Fredericksburg, Va., that attracts intellectually curious undergraduate and graduate students in search of rigorous academics. With a total enrollment of nearly 5,000 students, UMW offers a supportive campus community that values and instills honor and integrity. Moreover, the university located midway between Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C. provides a rich array of research, internship, leadership, and recreational opportunities that not only train students for the real world but allow them to interact closely with faculty members.
In addition to its primary location in the heart of historic Fredericksburg, UMW has two other campuses, one in Stafford, which caters to working professionals, and another in Dahlgren, which offers graduate science and engineering programs. There are three colleges: arts and sciences, business, and education all of which produce graduates who are critical thinkers prepared to succeed. UMW also recently developed a Center for Economic Development, which connects faculty and students with regional initiatives and businesses seeking their assistance.
In recent years, the University of Mary Washington has seen its academic reputation garner national recognition in numerous selective guidebooks, including Forbes, the Fiske Guide to Colleges and the Princeton Review’s edition of The Best 376 Colleges. The university also has been recognized in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Peterson’s Competitive Colleges and Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges.
For more information, go to www.umw.edu/about/.

 

Required Application Materials
Resume Cover Letter Contact Information for References

 

Application Deadline
May 20, 14

 

Starting Date
August 2014

 

Send Applications To:

Web Address
careers.umw.edu

 

This listing expires on:
7/23/2014

 

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18. University of MissouriKansas City

 

OUR STORY

UMKC, one of four of the University of Missouri campuses, is a doctoral research-intensive public university offering traditional and interdisciplinary programs and serving approximately 14,500 students.  The University is well positioned to address the demands of the times in a dynamic city that deserves and requires the benefits that accrue from a strong public university.

 

The University of Missouri-Kansas City has a broad and inclusive educational mission with specific emphasis in three areas: visual and performing arts, health and life sciences, and urban affairs.  UMKC’s unique profile includes the College of Arts and Sciences and Schools of Education, Nursing, Business and Public Administration, Medicine, Law, Computing and Engineering, Biological Sciences, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and the Conservatory of Music and Dance.

 

The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity and multiculturalism and strives to create a welcoming environment where faculty and staff feel valued for their contribution.  The successful candidate will have a genuine enthusiasm for students and the University.

 

POSITION OVERVIEW

UMKC is seeking a Career Psychologist to develop and provide career development opportunities for undergraduate students coordinated with current Career Services Programs and Academic Advising efforts on campus.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Develop and provide career advising, programming, and major exploration coursework for undergraduate students (UMKC and Dual Degree Program) to engage in effective decision making related to their major and career choices.
  • Develop and provide Academic Advisor training regarding career development, major choice, and course selection.
  • Support students’ ability to make purposeful decisions regarding personal, academic and vocational problems.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of various counseling programs, including the study skills and career exploration labs.
  • Assist in the supervision and training of graduate and post-doctoral students in counseling and psychotherapy and peer counseling activities.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of counseling policy and procedures and the planning of future and current program activities.
  • Assist in the recruitment and interview of potential staff members and recommend the employment of support staff.
  • Maintain various records and reports concerning clients and program activities.
  • Correspond/confer with professional colleagues, attend professional meetings and study materials that are relevant to treatment modalities, cases, programs, and educational workshops.
  • Conduct research in various areas such as educational-vocational counseling.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

May provide career counseling.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Direction is received from the Associate Vice Provost for University College and Undergraduate Advising.

 

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

Functional supervision may be exercised over one to two graduate teaching/research assistance and office support staff.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

A Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Psychology is necessary. One to two years of experience in counseling is desirable.
Preferred Qualifications

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be eligible for Licensure in the State of Missouri.
  • Five to eight years expertise with focus in vocational/career development with close affiliations with Career Services and/or Counseling Health, & Testing Centers with undergraduate students.
  • Candidate should meet qualifications necessary to receive NTT faculty designation in the School of Education at a rank appropriate to their experience and education.

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.  UMKC offers affordable medical and dental plans (no waiting periods), 403(b) savings plan, tuition assistance (75% of educational fees paid for enrollment at University of Missouri), and University paid long-term disability and life insurance benefits.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Review of applications will start after April 17, 2014. Apply online: www.umkc.edu/jobs.  It is the fundamental policy of UMKC to provide equal opportunity regardless of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, Veteran status or disability status in all education, employment and contracted activities. All final candidates will be required to successfully pass a Criminal Background Check prior to beginning employment.

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19. Texas A&M University

 

PSYCHOLOGIST I

Two Positions

Student Counseling Service

 

Position:  Two Psychologist I positions— Full-time (12 month) in a large university counseling center with an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited pre-doctoral internship.

 

Responsibilities:  Provide personal and career choice counseling and crisis intervention, within the modalities of individual, couple, and group counseling formats; provide consultation and outreach to faculty, staff, students, and parents; serve on departmental, division, and university committees; engage in supervision/training, applied research, program coordination and development.

 

Required Education and Experience:  Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association. One year full-time supervised APA-accredited internship in college or university counseling center or other relevant setting.

 

Preferred Education and Experience: The successful candidate will have experience working within a university or college counseling center from a brief-oriented model of service delivery and possess experience and training in a professional area of expertise relevant to college and university counseling center work.

 

License:  Eligible to become a licensed psychologist in the State of Texas within one year of the date of employment.  Must maintain licensure for continued employment.

 

Other Requirements:  Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others in a multidisciplinary team environment. Ability to relate effectively and harmoniously with students, faculty, staff, and administrators.  Possess strong student service orientation.  Ability to function effectively within the organizational and administrative structure of a university counseling center.  Adherence to the Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct of the American Psychological Association and all relevant laws of the state of Texas.

 

Salary, Benefits, and Appointment Period:  The Psychologist I entry-level annual salary for the academic year 2014-2015 is $52,000.  The Student Counseling Service (SCS) has a career ladder that currently provides salary increases each time the staff member progresses through the Psychologist I – IV levels.  Employment appointments are made on an annual basis.  Benefits include:  Health, vision, dental (optional), life insurance, retirement program, professional travel funds, vacation leave, sick leave, and paid holidays.

 

Student Counseling Service:  The SCS is one of 18 departments within the Division of Student Affairs The SCS staff is composed of an executive director, two associate directors, two assistant directors, ten psychologists, two psychiatrists, seven licensed professional counselors, two licensed professional counselor-interns, four pre-doctoral interns, four to six doctoral degree practicum counselors, one case referral coordinator, two IT specialists, one HelpLine coordinator, one business coordinator, one office manager, six associate staff, and one student worker.  Approximately 35-40 trained undergraduate and graduate students serve as members of the center’s after-hours HelpLine crisis line.  The internship training program has been continuously accredited by APA since 1983.

 

Texas A&M University:  Texas A&M University in College Station is the Flagship University of the Texas A&M University System. Fall 2013 enrollment for the university was 58,809 students, making it one of the five largest universities in the nation. Texas A&M University offers more than 120 undergraduate degree programs and more than 240 masters and doctoral degree programs. Texas A&M University is the oldest public institution of higher education in Texas, and is the only land, sea, and space grant university in Texas. The University offers a rich variety of cultural, recreational, athletic, and community education programs.

 

College Station and Bryan, Texas:  The combined population of the College Station/Bryan area is approximately 150,000.  College Station and Bryan are located 95 miles northwest of Houston, 95 miles east of Austin, the state capitol, 200 miles south of Dallas-Fort Worth, and 150 miles northeast of San Antono.  Excellent schools, shopping, and recreational facilities are available in the community and surrounding areas.

 

Application Deadline:  These positions are open until filled.  Applications received by May 15, 2014 will receive priority consideration. Only completed applications will be reviewed.

 

Start Date:  Fall 2014.

 

Application Materials:  Applicants should apply online at https://jobpath.tamu.edu/. Applicants must submit: a current Curriculum Vitae; a letter stating the applicant’s interest in working in a university counseling center and how this position relates to the applicant’s professional interests; letters of reference from three professionals familiar with the applicant’s training, experience, and skills; and official transcripts of all college/university courses. Copies of transcripts are acceptable for initiating the application process, but official transcripts and proof of doctoral degree must be on file prior to an employment offer.

 

Send official transcripts of all graduate work to Jerri McSloy, Student Counseling Service, 1263 TAMU, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-1263

 

Application Process:  A Search Committee will review completed applications, determine applicants selected for telephone interviews and conduct these interviews, and make recommendations to the Director for onsite interviews.

 

Additional Information:   Further information about these positions may be obtained by contacting James Deegear, PhD, ABPP, Assistant Director, at jdeegear@scs.tamu.edu or (979) 845-4470, extension 136, or Jeanette Madkins, PhD, ABPP, Assistant Director, at jmadkins@scs.tamu.edu or (979) 845-4470, extension 181.

 

To learn more about the Student Counseling Service, visit our web site at http://scs.tamu.edu.

 

Texas A&M University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  Women, minorities, and disabled individuals are encouraged to apply. If you require ADA accommodations, please indicate your needs at the time you contact us.

 

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20. Northern Illinois University

 

Psychologist (Three Positions Available)

Posted On: Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Position Type: Supportive Prof
College/Division: Student Affairs & Enrollment Management
Department: Counseling & Student Development Center
Contact: Vicki Wronkowski | vwronkowski@niu.edu | (815) 753-1208
Phone: (815) 753-1208

RESPONSIBILITIES

Northern Illinois University (NIU) Counseling & Student Development Center (CSDC) is currently seeking candidates to fill three psychologist positions, including a counseling psychologist, substance use assessment specialist, and multicultural liaison. These 12-month positions report to the Executive Director for the Counseling & Student Development Center and are responsible for providing direct client care through assessment, individual, and group counseling; crisis intervention; outreach programming to the university community; consultation to faculty, students, and staff; and supervision and training for doctoral interns, practicum students, and graduate students.

CSDC is an active department within the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management at NIU. We support the academic, emotional, social and cultural development of students through our student-centered programs and services. We value a welcoming atmosphere that embraces all aspects of diversity. The Department promotes awareness, empathy, and cultural competence across the university community.

Northern Illinois University is located in DeKalb, IL, approximately 65 miles west of Chicago, with an enrollment of roughly 23,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The vision of NIU is to be the premier student-centered, research-focused public university in the Midwest, a place where students are “learning today to lead tomorrow.” The Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management values student centered service, partnerships focused on student learning, establishing inclusive community, and actively building collaborative relationships. Creativity, energy and innovation are welcomed and encouraged.

REQUIRED SKILLS

1)      Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology
2) Experience providing supervision to psychology trainees and doctoral interns
3) Licensure as a psychologist in the state of Illinois within 18 months of hire
4) Demonstrated commitment to diversity
5) Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Qualifications dependent upon Position Emphasis: In addition, the qualified candidate for the multicultural liaison position must have demonstrated skills in developing and presenting outreach programming and in providing clinical services to culturally diverse students.

The qualified candidate for the substance use assessment specialist position must have the ability to provide high quality training in substance use assessment and must have experience providing substance use assessment and treatment.

PREFERRED SKILLS

Prior experience in a university counseling center

MATERIALS

A formal letter of interest, current resume/vita, and a list of three current professional references with contact information should be sent via e-mail or postal service to Vicki Wronkowski, Office Manager. E-mail address isvwronkowski@niu.edu ; mailing address is Counseling & Student Development Center, Campus Life Building 200, DeKalb, IL 60115.

Please clearly indicate the position or positions you would like to be considered for: 

Counseling Psychologist – Position #4176

Substance Use Assessment Specialist – Position #4319

Multicultural liaison – Psychologist – Position #4246

***Please note that applicants may be considered for all three positions based on qualifications.***

Preference will be given to complete application packets received by May 23, 2014; however, applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

In compliance with the Illinois Campus Security Act, before an offer of employment is made, the university will conduct a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a criminal background check.

In accordance with applicable statutes and regulations, NIU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, or any other factor unrelated to professional qualifications, and will comply with all applicable federal and state statutes, regulations and orders pertaining to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action. NIU recognizes Dual Career issues.