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Executive Dean

Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Executive Dean is the chief executive and academic officer of the College. The Executive Dean fills a major leadership role within Esperanza, Inc. as the executive with responsibility for planning and executing strategies for financially sustaining and academically enhancing Esperanza College. This leader has clear responsibility for facilitating organizational growth while building culture that evinces the institution’s values of faith, integrity and excellence. She/he also plays a significant role in strengthening new student enrollments and retention, promoting external relationships that strengthen programmatic offerings and fostering cross-departmental collegiality with Esperanza and Eastern University.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in organizational administration or management, preferably including leadership in higher education; Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in relevant discipline is required; Ph.D. preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities include:

  • A personal understanding of and ability to personally subscribe to Eastern University’s institutional faith statement;
  • Thoughtful vision/understanding of how higher education best responds to urban poverty in 21st century America;
  • Strong leadership skills with ability to lead, motivate, and inspire others effectively
  • Demonstrated success in innovative, new program development;
  • Understanding of concepts and practices associated with financial management and budgeting;
  • Ability to analyze complex problems and generate effective solutions;
  • Ability to initiate and manage organizational change and innovation;
  • Ability to understand and communicate with Hispanic, Christian faith communities;
  • Detail-orientation and able to manage projects according to strict timelines and budgets;
  • Excellent oral communication and writing skills;
  • Language facility in both Spanish and English is desirable;
  • Successful management of grants and grant-related programs is desirable;
  • Understanding of the higher education context in relation to government, accrediting and regional compliance requirements;
  • Understanding of the principles and practice of strategy, implementation and evaluation.

Links to apply/view details: Esperanza College offers a comprehensive employee health & wellness benefits program. Our campus is located at: 4261 North 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140.Interested candidates should email a resume along with salary requirements to: [email protected] and please indicate Executive Dean in the subject line. For more information, check us out on the web at: www.esperanza.us

Esperanza College of Eastern University

February 22, 2019
Assistant Professor - Clinical Psychology - Statistics

The California Lutheran University Graduate School of Psychology (GSoP) invites applications for two tenure-track positions in our APA-accredited PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology beginning in August 2019. The first position is open to applicants with demonstrated expertise in statistics. The second position is open for those with expertise in quantitative and/or qualitative research methods.

Preference will be given to applicants with the interest and competence to teach courses in any of the following areas: cognitive and affective bases of behavior, social psychology, substance abuse, psychopharmacology, or family therapy. Duties of the positions include developing a program of research that engages students and contributes to the cultural diversity of Cal Lutheran, participating in ongoing program development within the PsyD program, serving on faculty committees, and establishing collaborative relationships within the University and broader community. Because Cal Lutheran is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and a McNair Institution, applicants who can demonstrate both a commitment to improving access to higher education and effective mentoring of students from underrepresented backgrounds will be particularly competitive. Applicants must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology or a closely related field from an APA-accredited program. Applicants who are not licensed as a psychologist in California are required to submit a stated plan for licensure within two years of appointment.

Links to apply/view details: For more information: http://apptrkr.com/1391053

California Lutheran University

February 21, 2019
Assistant Professor - Clinical Psychology - Methods

The California Lutheran University Graduate School of Psychology (GSoP) invites applications for two tenure-track positions in our APA-accredited PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology beginning in August 2019. The first position is open to applicants with demonstrated expertise in statistics. The second position is open for those with expertise in quantitative and/or qualitative research methods.

Preference will be given to applicants with the interest and competence to teach courses in any of the following areas: cognitive and affective bases of behavior, social psychology, substance abuse, psychopharmacology, or family therapy.Duties of the positions include developing a program of research that engages students and contributes to the cultural diversity of Cal Lutheran, participating in ongoing program development within the PsyD program, serving on faculty committees, and establishing collaborative relationships within the University and broader community. Because Cal Lutheran is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and a McNair Institution, applicants who can demonstrate both a commitment to improving access to higher education and effective mentoring of students from underrepresented backgrounds will be particularly competitive.Applicants must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology or a closely related field from an APA-accredited program. Applicants who are not licensed as a psychologist in California are required to submit a stated plan for licensure within two years of appointment.

Links to apply/view details: For more information: http://apptrkr.com/1391053

California Lutheran University

February 21, 2019
Staff Psychologist

Staff Psychologist positions available at Student Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of California at Merced, the newest and tenth campus of the University of California system and the most ethnically diverse of the UC campuses.

Position requires doctorate in psychology or counseling from an APA-accredited doctoral program and valid license as a psychologist in the state of California (or license-eligible in CA). Position involves conducting intakes and brief screenings, crisis assessment and intervention, individual counseling using a brief-therapy model, leading groups, consultation to campus constituents, and participating in outreach events. Requires advanced knowledge and skills in counseling practices and methods as well as developmental tasks and problems encountered by college students, especially first generation college students. Requires ability to work effectively with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Additionally, requires bility to work with complex clinical cases required, to establish case conceptualization, and treatment plans for clinical cases. Must be able to present oneself in an appropriately personable and professional manner to students, faculty and staff and to function as a valued team member.

Links to apply/view details: To apply please use this link.

UC Merced

February 21, 2019
Chief Diversity Officer

The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) will lead a transformational agenda to infuse equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) throughout the work of the American Psychological Association (APA).

This focus on EDI is a core value of the association, as reflected in its strategic plan and mission to advance psychology to benefit society and improve people’s lives. EDI is essential to optimal organizational functioning and a robust and impactful field of psychology.While EDI is the priority and responsibility of the entire association, the CDO will play a leading role in interpreting, communicating, and promoting the goals of the association’s new EDI Framework.

The CDO will collaborate with APA staff, leadership, and members to develop innovative strategies and systematic initiatives to achieve EDI goals related to the association and the field of psychology, as well as to benefit society at large. This position will report directly to the CEO, serve on the Executive Management Group, and work with APA’s Board of Directors and governance groups. The CDO will lead efforts to enhance the capacity of staff, governance, and members to interact in culturally responsive ways to foster an inclusive and welcoming association climate and increase the effectiveness of APA’s efforts. The CDO will help to guide, integrate, monitor, and evaluate EDI-related activities across the association in keeping with APA’s strategic priorities, policies, and guidelines.The CDO will also engage with key external organizations and other stakeholders to advance the association’s EDI goals. The CDO will serve as a spokesperson, champion, and advocate, both within and outside the association, for EDI in the field of psychology.The CDO will be responsible for overseeing a renewed organizational emphasis on EDI. As such, the CDO will serve as a primary resource for education, training, consultation, and resources related to EDI for association staff and members. The CDO will also work closely with APA’s Council of Representatives, Board of Directors, and boards and committees to develop systematic and coordinated strategies to orient and educate their members, other governance groups and Divisions, and the broader APA membership about EDI-related topics and issues.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

American Psychology Association

February 15, 2019
Pediatric Psychologist

The Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago are seeking three full-time non-tenure-eligible Clinician-Educators at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor as pediatric psychologists. Psychologists in these positions will work with specialists in one or more pediatric specialty programs.

Qualified candidates will have obtained a PhD in a clinical psychology training program and completed an APA-approved internship specializing in clinical child or pediatric psychology. At least one of training programs must have been APA-approved. The individual will also have completed a fellowship in pediatric or clinical child and adolescent psychology and have experience in a pediatric medical setting.Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Full-time position. Please send application materials by March 15, 2019.

This is a position at Lurie Children's Hospital but initial application is made through Northwestern University. Please send CV with a letter describing clinical experience and clinical and academic interests, and names of three professional references to: John Lavigne, PhD, Chief Psychologist, Lurie Children’s Department of Psychiatry, 225 E. Chicago Ave. Box 10, Chicago, IL, 60611-2605 Applications accepted here.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States. 

Links to apply/view details: www.luriechildrens.org

Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

February 13, 2019
Coordinator, Multicultural Outreach and Prevention

George Mason University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks a full-time, experienced psychologist to serve as Coordinator, Multicultural Outreach and Prevention.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide inclusive outreach and prevention programming to Mason faculty, staff and students with a special focus on serving historically marginalized students, and provide leadership and management to the unit’s outreach and prevention programming;
  • Provide full range of clinical services including initial consultation, assessment, case management services, and therapy.
  • Provide crisis assessment/intervention through daytime and after hours on-call systems, and provide consultation services to parents, faculty, staff, and students.
  • Participate in training activities such as providing individual supervision, co-leading and supervising therapy groups, providing trainee seminars, and contributing in the trainee selection processes;
  • Maintain current, accurate and timely clinical documentation in accordance with state and federal law, professional ethics, and CAPS policies.
  • Participate in internal unit committees and meetings, as well as University Life/and or University committees as assigned;

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical or Counseling Psychology;
  • Licensed as a psychologist in Virginia or license-eligible within one year of appointment;
  • Experience with brief psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and evidence of multicultural competence and experience working with diverse populations.
  • Graduation from an APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship;
  • Experience working in a fast-paced, high-volume clinical setting with clients presenting in acute distress.

For full consideration, apply for position number FA006Z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/.Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here. 

George Mason University

February 13, 2019
Psychologist

Psychologist (Diversity and Inclusion Focus) George Mason University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks a full-time, experienced Psychologist.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides full range of clinical services including individual and group counseling;
  • Provides consultation services to students/faculty/staff/family/others;
  • Provides prevention, community education and outreach programming, with a special focus on serving historically marginalized students;
  • Participates in training activities such as providing individual supervision, co-leading and supervising therapy groups, providing trainee seminars, and contributing in the trainee selection processes;
  • Works collaboratively and cooperatively with other mental health professionals on CAPS' multidisciplinary staff and other university departments and organizations;
  • Leads the CAPS diversity committee which is tasked with holding the center accountable for providing multiculturally competent and inclusive services to students;
  • The position may require working at least one evening per week.

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical or Counseling Psychology;
  • Licensed as a psychologist in Virginia or license-eligible within one year of appointment;
  • Experience with brief psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and evidence of multicultural competence and experience working with diverse populations;
  • Interest and experience in multiculturalism, social justice, and working with diverse student populations.
  • Graduation from an APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship;
  • At least one year of experience providing mental health services to college students or late adolescents;

Special Instructions to Applicants:For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA11EZ at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; for questions, candidates may contact Nina Joshi, Office Manager, at 703-993-2380.George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.PI107605587

Links to apply/view details: Apply here. 

George Mason University

February 11, 2019
Staff Counselor

Staff Counselor (Brief Assessment and Referral Team Counselor) George Mason University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks a full-time, experienced counselor to provide brief assessment and referral services to students.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide primarily brief triage assessment and case management services;
  • Provide crisis assessment/intervention through day time and after hours on-call systems, and provide consultation services to parents, faculty, staff, and students;
  • Work collaboratively and cooperatively with other mental health professionals onCAPS' multidisciplinary staff and other university departments and organizations;
  • Maintain current, accurate and timely clinical documentation in accordance with state and federal law, professional ethics, and CAPS policies; review client records to determine the progress, effectiveness, and appropriateness of treatment services offered;
  • Attend and participate in departmental and division meetings and staff development programs;
  • This position may require working one evening per week.

Qualifications:

  • Earned Master's degree in counseling, clinical or counseling psychology, or social work;
  • Fully licensed as a Professional Counselor or Clinical Social Worker in Virginia or eligible for full licensure in Virginia within one year of appointment;
  • Experience with triage assessment, crisis assessment and management, and case management services;
  • At least one year of experience providing mental health services to college students or late adolescents;

Instructions to Applicants:For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA196Z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; for questions, candidates may contact Nina Joshi, Office Manager, at 703-993-2380.George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

George Mason University

February 11, 2019
Psychologist

George Mason University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks a full-time, experienced Psychologist.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides full range of clinical services including individual and group counseling;
  • Provides consultation services to students/faculty/staff/family/others;
  • Participates in training activities such as providing individual supervision, co-leading and supervising therapy groups, providing trainee seminars, and contributing in the trainee selection processes;
  • Coordinates referrals between CAPS and university or community service providers;
  • Maintains current, accurate and timely clinical documentation in accordance with state and federal law, professional ethics, and CAPS policies;
  • The position may require working at least one evening per week.

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical or Counseling Psychology;
  • Licensed as a psychologist in Virginia or license-eligible within one year of appointment;
  • Experience with brief psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and evidence of multicultural competence and experience working with diverse populations.
  • Graduation from an APA accredited doctoral program and completion of APA accredited internship;

Special Instructions to Applicants:For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA909Z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and upload a cover letter that identifies your interest and qualifications for this position, a resume/CV, and a list of three professional references with contact information. This position will remain open until filled. For questions, candidates may contact Nina Joshi, Office Manager, at 703-993-2380.George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.PI107605584

Links to apply/view details:  Apply here.

George Mason University

February 11, 2019
Staff Therapist

Womencare Counseling & Training Center is growing, and we are looking for clinicians who are passionate about the work they do and the people they serve. The ideal candidate specializes in treating trauma, offers diversity to our staff, values communication, integrity and authenticity, and can work both independently and collaboratively within the group. While Womencare is a private practice and not an agency, all therapists participate in the community of Womencare by attending staff meetings and group supervision, participating on committees, mentorship opportunities and collaborating on casesAll therapists at Womencare are independent contractors, therefore clinical positions do not include benefits (health care, liability insurance, paid time off). Womencare works in partnership with each therapist to develop the clinician’s practice. Womencare employs an intake coordinator, who refers clients to the clinician, and clinicians are expected to build their capacity to generate direct referrals.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Therapeutic experience with:oRelational Trauma: physical, emotional, sexual, mental, and spiritual abuse and neglectoDevelopmental and Complex TraumaoPost Traumatic Stress DisorderoA Feminist-Relational model for providing therapy
  • 4 years postgraduate psychotherapy experience with individuals; adult psychotherapy experience is required
  • Clinically licensed (LCSW, LCPC, LMFT, PhD, PsyD) for practice in Illinois
  • Demonstrated competency in individual therapy and interest in one or more additional therapeutic modalities (relationship, family, group)•Strong clinical aptitude, ability to self-reflect, and interest in being part of a community of therapists
  • Commitment to their own continued professional growth and development
  • Demonstrate a commitment to social justice
  • Desire to invest in Womencare’s work toward our commitment to antiracism within our organization and the community Strongly

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with providing long-term psychotherapy
  • Interest in providing workshops and/or trainings
  • Additional clinical experience in areas such as:oDepression and AnxietyoSexuality and Sexual IdentityoTrust and Intimacy-Self-Injury-Dissociation-Relationship DifficultiesoGrief and LossoEating Disorders-Addiction

To apply please send resume or CV along with a cover letter to Laurie Kahn at [email protected] Application deadline February 25.

Links to apply/view details: To learn more visit womencarecounseling.com. To apply please send resume or CV along with a cover letter to Laurie Kahn at [email protected] Application deadline February 25. https://womencarecounseling.com/employment/

Womencare Counseling and Training Center

February 11, 2019
Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology

The Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University is currently accepting applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in its APA-accredited Counseling Psychology program, beginning August 2019. We are seeking applicants who can contribute to our college mission of effecting positive change in a diverse society in the areas of discovery, teaching, and engagement. See the program website here.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain an active research program with a record of, or potential to attract, external funding;
  • Teach courses in counseling psychology and supervise practicum;
  • Advise domestic and international doctoral students, share program leadership, and provide department, college, and university service;
  • Demonstrate interest and commitment in contributing to the diversity and social justice mission of the program and the College.

The Purdue Counseling Psychology program is a dynamic program with selective admissions; small, full-time cohorts; and exciting opportunities to partner with local agencies and campus initiatives around diversity, global issues, career development, grief and loss, health disparities, and student access and success. According to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, Purdue University is a “very high research activity” campus and is the nation’s fourth best place to work in academia (The Scientist, November 2007).

Qualifications:Candidates must hold an earned doctorate in Counseling Psychology from an accredited program, demonstrate a history of scholarly productivity, and demonstrate a history of (or potential to attract) external funding. Psychology licensure or license eligibility in the State of Indiana is required. Applicants are expected to demonstrate excellence in both teaching and research. Teaching and research interests are open. Candidates who are more advanced in their faculty careers can be considered for a shortened window toward tenure, if they wish. Purdue University’s College of Education is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarships, instructions, and engagement. Candidates should address at least one of these areas in their cover letter, indicating their past experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals to promote a climate that values diversity and inclusion.

Links to apply/view details: Review of applications will begin on March 1 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants are to submit one pdf document containing a letter of application, curriculum vita, a list of three references that can be contacted by the search committee, and a statement of professional goals relevant to position responsibilities and qualifications. Letters of recommendations will be requested for finalists only. All materials must go through Success Factors.

Purdue University

February 5, 2019
Assistant Professor of Psychology

The College of St. Scholastica invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Psychology beginning August, 2019 to teach Personality, General Psychology, and other courses as appropriate. Tenure-track faculty are expected to develop an undergraduate research program, participate in faculty committee work, and demonstrate teaching excellence in the classroom and laboratory.

This is a full-time, 9-month position.The Assistant Professor will teach Personality, General Psychology and other courses based on expertise and department need, develop a research program suitable for undergraduates and contribute to and participate in fostering a culture of inclusion in support of college diversity goals.A Ph.D. in psychology (or closely related field) or Psy.D; expertise in and ability to teach Personality and General Psychology; evidence of cultural competence and demonstrated success working with diverse populations; and demonstrated cross-cultural communication skills and multicultural competency is required. College teaching experience is preferred.

The College:Since 1912, The College of St. Scholastica (CSS) has been preparing students for responsible living and meaningful work by emphasizing the Catholic Benedictine values upon which it was founded. The College serves an enrollment of approximately 4,325 students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs throughout six schools - nursing, arts and letters, business and technology, education, health sciences, and sciences.EOE

Links to apply/view details: For more information and to apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/1377988.

College of St. Scholastica

February 5, 2019
Clinical Assistant professor in Counseling Psychology

The Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University in West Lafayette invites applications for a full-time, academic year (10-month) clinical faculty position in its APA-accredited Counseling Psychology Program beginning August 2019. We are seeking applicants who can contribute to our college mission of effecting positive change in a diverse society in the areas of discovery, teaching, and engagement. See the program website here.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach courses in counseling psychology and supervise practicum
  • As Director of the PCGC, the faculty member will oversee operations of the program’s training clinic, which serves Purdue students and community members. Responsibilities include administration of the clinic’s day-to-day functions.
  • As Director of the Collaborative Leadership Program, the faculty member will oversee the undergraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership which consists of three courses taught primarily by counseling psychology graduate students.

Qualifications:Candidates must hold an earned doctorate in Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program. The successful candidate must either be licensed in the State of Indiana and credentialed as a Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP) or be able to acquire these credentials within two years as a condition of ongoing employment. Purdue University’s College of Education is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarships, instructions, and engagement. Candidates should address at least one of these areas in their cover letter, indicating their past experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals to promote a climate that values diversity and inclusion.

Links to apply/view details: Review of applications will begin on March 1 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants are to submit one pdf document containing a letter of application, curriculum vita, a list of three references that can be contacted by the search committee, and a statement of professional goals relevant to position responsibilities and qualifications. All materials must go through Success Factors, but addressed to Dr. Heather L. Servaty-Seib, Chair, Counseling Psychology Clinical Faculty Search Committee, Department of Educational Studies, 100 N. University Street, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098. For questions, contact Dr. Servaty-Seib [email protected] or (765) 494-0837. A background check is required for employment in this position.

Purdue University

February 5, 2019
Director, Student counseling Services

The Position The Director of Student Counseling Services (SCS) will report to the Assistant Vice President for Student Health & Wellness within the Division of Student Affairs. The Director serves as a member of the Health & Wellness leadership team and works collaboratively and cooperatively with the directors and deans within the Division of Student Affairs to serve students’ needs. The Director will provide strategic, clinical, fiscal, and administrative vision and leadership regarding the provision of counseling services on campus, including assessment, crisis intervention, short-term individual therapy, referral services, outreach programming and student support groups for a variety of different topics.

Qualifications: Minimum required qualifications include a Master’s degree and six years of related experience or a Ph.D. or other professional degree with three years of related experience. Applicants must hold independent clinical licensure as PhD Psychologist, Psy.D, LISW, LMHC, or LMFT in any state or Canada. Please visit www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions for preferred qualifications.

License Requirement: applicants must currently hold independent licensure as a PhD Psychologist, Psy.D, LISW, LMHC, or LMFT in any state or Canada and will be required to obtain Iowa licensure within six months of their start date and must maintain that licensure throughout the duration of employment. Application and NominationReview of applications will begin March 6, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. A resume and cover letter may be submitted at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact 413-529-2895.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Iowa State University

February 5, 2019
Psychologist

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks a licensed or license eligible psychologist to practice in the State of North Carolina. The individual functioning as a CAPS psychologist provides crisis intervention and individual brief therapy and assessment to UNC students. For additional information and to apply, visit http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/155609.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

Links to apply/view details: http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/155609

University of North Carolina

February 5, 2019
Associate Director of Training

The University of Rochester University Counseling Center (UCC) is seeking applications for the position of Associate Director of Training, joining a supportive, diverse multidisciplinary staff committed to robust, self-reflective, culturally-informed training and clinical services. The Associate Director of Training will have demonstrated expertise and knowledge in the provision of training guided by best practice guidelines, and will have roles as an administrator, supervisor, clinician and consultant to the campus community.

Preference will be given to candidates with interest and specific experience in training within a clinically rigorous and self-reflective model. The successful applicant will be hard-working, diversity affirming, and fluent in various treatment approaches including psychodynamic theory. The Associate Director of Training reports to the Director, has a Clinical Faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry, and has a senior level administrative role within the Counseling Center with administrative oversight of all training programs and primary responsibility for the APA-accredited doctoral internship. Applicants must have a doctoral degree from an APA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology, an APA accredited internship, relevant postdoctoral and professional experience, and be license eligible in New York. This is a 12 month position beginning July 2019.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and a generous benefits package is included. Candidates will be considered as applications are received. Send C.V., letter of interest and three letters of reference to: Paula Reynolds, Administrator, University Counseling Center, PO Box 270356, Rochester, NY 14627-0356 or email to:[email protected] The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, and UCC is keenly interested in applicants from underrepresented populations.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

University of Rochester

February 1, 2019
Clinical Therapist, Latinx

Summary of Duties: Provides individual, couple and group counseling to university students and their family members, with a specific focus on work with Hispanic/Latino student population; provides diagnostic assessment; provides psychotherapeutic services to students regarding problems relating to stress, developmental issues, career, academics, interpersonal concerns, and other mental health issues; conducts and evaluates psychoeducational workshop programs; trains and supervises graduate students in psychology, social work, counselor education, or related fields; may research student needs and develop and evaluate programs; participates in professional development and continuing education activities; consults with university personnel.

Links to apply/view details: E-mailed to: [email protected] Upload via the online application process at https://www.jobsatosu.com

The Ohio State University

February 1, 2019
Post - Graduate Fellow

Integrative Wellbeing Services (IWS) at Williams College offers (2) two post-graduate students in counseling, social work, and psychology the opportunity for advanced clinical training with a fully compensated two academic-year (nine months/year) fellowship in college mental health. Through direct clinical psychotherapy experience, individual and group supervision, and didactic and experiential seminars, fellows gain experience learning to identify, formulate, and treat the emotional difficulties and disruptions to thriving unique to a college population. In addition to providing college-aged students with confidential mental health services, IWS embraces a holistic model of student well-being (heart, mind, body, and spirit) and collaborates with Health Services, the Chaplain’s Office, the Davis Center multicultural programming, academic leadership, and others to support the whole student.

The fellowship is intended to promote workforce diversity by encouraging candidates from underrepresented groups and/or those with a demonstrated interest in diversity, social justice, and multiculturalism to pursue careers in college mental health. Candidates will have a strong demonstrated interest and commitment to cultivating diversity and mental health practice within a college setting. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information about how they will further the college’s goal of building a diverse and inclusive environment.Review of applications will begin on February 22, 2019 and continue until filled.

For the detailed job posting and/or to apply for this position, please visit http://staff-careers.williams.edu. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (413) 597-4247 or via email at [email protected]/EOE

Links to apply/view details: Apply Here.

William College

February 1, 2019
Director, Student Counseling Service

Director, Student Counseling ServiceThe University of Chicago, one of the nation’s preeminent institutions of higher education, is searching for a dynamic, innovative leader to serve as its next Director of the Student Counseling Service. This is an exciting time to join the team committed to supporting comprehensive student wellness at UChicago.

The University is currently preparing to build a new Student Wellness Center, which will house the Student Counseling Service, Student Health Service, Health Promotion and Wellness, and Student Insurance in one new facility. The new Center will enable the University to continue to grow its Student Counseling Service in staff and programing, and will allow for an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to the provision of health, counseling, and wellness services. This is an incredible opportunity for a national leader in college and university mental health to lead the Student Counseling Service during a critical period of growth.

The University of Chicago does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status, and does not discriminate against members of protected classes under the law.

Links to apply/view details: For the full position listing, please go to:https://keelingassociates.com/the-university-of-chicago-2/The University of Chicago has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, in this search process. Application materials should include a resume/curriculum vitae and a letter of interest and must be sent, preferably as PDFs, to K&A at [email protected].

University of Chicago

January 30, 2019
Psychological Science Department - Assistant Professor

Central Connecticut State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in the Department of Psychological Science. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Community Psychology and Latina/o or Puerto Rican Psychology. Candidates are expected to be committed to multiculturalism and work with a diverse student body. The regular teaching load is 12 hours per semester with some evening classes required.

Required Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Community Psychology (or related field) with a specialization related to Latina/o or Puerto Rican Psychology. ABD candidates may be considered, but the Ph.D. must be earned by the date of appointment.
  • Ability to teach courses in Community Psychology and Latina/o or Puerto Rican Psychology
  • Evidence of effective teaching.
  • Evidence of active research (e.g., publications and presentations at professional conferences).
  • Programmatic research plan.
  • Commitment to serving culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse communities.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • College-level teaching experience in Community Psychology and/or courses related to Latina/o or Puerto Rican Psychology or culture.
  • Ability to teach courses in Research Methods.
  • A demonstrated ability to work with a diverse student population.

For full consideration, applications must be received by February 18, 2019. Salary and rank are commensurate with education and experience. Incomplete applications will not be considered. To begin the application process, go to www.ccsu.edu/jobs.Central Connecticut State University is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

Links to apply/view details: http://www.ccsu.edu/hr/jobopportunities.html

Central Connecticut State University

January 28, 2019
Licensed Clinical Psychology

Park Center, Inc., a progressive community mental health facility, is looking for a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with HSPP designation to become a part of our Dialetical Behavioral Therapy department. Qualified applicant will provide quality outpatient counseling for young children, adults, families and groups with various treatment issues. Where qualified, Psychologist will select, administer, score and evaluate the results of a variety of psychological tests in order to assess the nature and scope of an individual's problem(s), provides court testimony, develops and maintains consultative and liaison relationships with internal and external caregivers to cultivate work relations, provide consultative services, and/or promote the coordination and/or the development of mental health prevention services.Candidates must have obtained a doctorate (Ph.d. Psy.d., Ed.D) from an accredited school of Psychology and have a license by the State of Indiana as a Psychologist with an HSPP endorsement.

Park Center offers an excellent benefit package including health, dental, vision, group life insurance, 403b retirement plan and three weeks paid vacation.

Links to apply/view details: Visit our website to apply: www.parkcenter.org or submit your resume directly to: [email protected]

Park Center, Inc.

January 28, 2018
Assistant professor, Psychology

Location: Riverside City College Position Type: Full-Time, Tenure-TrackSalary Range: $64,097 - $98,756 Application Deadline: 03/07/19

Basic Function: The successful candidate will carry primary responsibility for lab, lecture and instruction for varied courses in the psychology discipline.

Education:Master's in psychology; OR bachelor's in psychology and master's in counseling, sociology, statistics, neuroscience, or social work; OR the equivalent. (Degrees must be from accredited institutions).

Experience:While a minimum of two years of successful college teaching in psychology is required (i.e., Developmental and/or General Psychology), experience successfully teaching Research Methods and Statistics for Behavioral Sciences is strongly preferred. Additional experience teaching at least one of the following courses is preferred: Abnormal Psychology, Biological Psychology, Theories of Personality, and Social Psychology. Experience with assessment of student learning outcomes is strongly desired.

Other Preferred Qualifications:Recent experience working with historically underserved students in the classroom, and an understanding of how historical patterns of exclusion of these groups within higher education shape patterns of participation and outcomes; willingness to examine and remediate one's instructional, relational, and classroom practices to effectively engage and support students, including historically underserved students; experience and skill with addressing issues of equity in the classroom; experience and expertise in culturally responsive teaching in Psychology, particularly as it relates to the relevance of Psychology to students' lives, interests, and communities; willingness to develop new course curriculum.

Links to apply/view details: Additional information:For additional information and application instructions please view the entire posting at:http://apptrkr.com/1377267 

Riverside Community College District

January 28, 2019
Therapist & Neuropsychological Technician

Seeking a Spanish-speaking master's level counselor with, or eligible to get an MFT license in CA to join a small and thriving mental health practice (Pacific Neurobehavioral Clinic). The MFT would be working collaboratively alongside a neuropsychologist and psychologists. The position available has two primary duties:

  1. Therapy: The MFT would be providing individual therapy to primary Spanish-speaking patients, most of whom are dealing with chronic pain, adjustment to medical conditions, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. At least one day a week would be required, though the opportunity to expand to three days is possible.
  2. Neuropsychological Testing: The MFT would also work as a technician to administer and score a wide range of neuropsychological tests, two days out of the week for Dr. Silva (the neuropsychologist). Full training on administration and scoring of the neuropsychological tests would be provided prior to beginning this job.

Additional duties may include administrative work. Group supervision and consultation meetings occur on a biweekly basis among the clinical staff.This is a great opportunity for a motivated, savvy therapist willing to expand their clinical skills and work with other clinicians. PNBC strives to provide high-quality services to the community. We believe that keeping a good work-life balance for our staff helps us provide better care to our patients.Pay is based on experience level. Health and retirement benefits (after vesting period) are available for full-time employees.

Requirements:- License in Marriage and Family Therapy, or close to being licensed- Fluent in Spanish, as most patients seen in therapy will be monolingual Spanish-speakers- Experience in a primary healthcare or medical setting preferred. To apply, please submit a letter of interest, your CV, and three references to [email protected] information about the practice can be found at: http://www.neuropacific.com

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Pacific Neurobehavioral Clinic, PC

January 24, 2019
Counselor / Multicultural Specialist

The William Paterson University Counseling, Health and Wellness Center is dedicated to providing clinical, educational, and outreach services in support of William Paterson students. The Center is welcoming, accepting and dedicated to serving a culturally diverse student body seeking to make informed decisions about their physical and emotional well-being. The Center hires Counselors/Multi-cultural Specialists who are licensed Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers or Professional Counselors with demonstrated cultural knowledge and understanding, and dedicated to and experienced in counseling students of culturally diverse and intersectional identities.

Links to apply/view details: Invitation to apply: Please click here to apply for the position. Interested candidates will be prompted to:Complete an applicationSubmit a cover letter and resume. Provide names/contacts of three professional references Submission of all documents listed above is required for consideration. Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please email [email protected] should you have any general questions related to this search.William Paterson University is an equal opportunity employer that actively values and supports diversity among faculty, staff and students. Women, minorities, and members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.

William Paterson University

December 24, 2019
Director, Counseling Center

With a student population of over 38,000, Texas State University is an Emerging Research and Hispanic-Serving University located in the burgeoning Austin-San Antonio corridor. Reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs and serving as a member of the Student Affairs Council, the Director of the Counseling Center is responsible for general oversight of the Counseling Center, which is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services and has an American Psychological Association-accredited training program. Minimum qualifications include an earned doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology, or a related field, and applicants must be licensed or license-eligible to practice psychology in the state of Texas.

Candidates must possess a minimum of five years of post-doctoral experience in a mental health setting with at least three years of experience in a college or university counseling setting in a supervisory or administrative role at the level of Assistant Director or above. Review of applications will begin February 12, 2019. A resume and cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations may be emailed to Heather J. Larabee at [email protected] Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Texas State is committed to increasing the number of women and minorities in administrative and professional positions. Texas State University is a member of the Texas State University System. Texas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

Texas State University

January 22, 2019
Therapist

Counseling & Health ServicesTherapistBall State UniversityThe Ball State University Counseling Center is looking for an experienced therapist to join our growing and innovative team. Be part of a team that promotes the health and well-being of college students without relying on third party payers for reimbursement. We provide a flexible and supportive work environment, with opportunities to develop new skills. The Ball State Counseling Center values diversity and social justice and encourages applicants from a variety of diverse backgrounds to apply.The ideal candidate will be a licensed therapist (psychologist, social worker, mental health counselor) in Indiana and have at least one year of experience working in a university counseling center or with young adults. Experience working with anxiety disorders, student athletes, or GLBTQ community is highly desirable. Interested parties should apply.Minimum qualifications: Master’s or doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology, social work or related field from an accredited college or university. Completion of relevant practica and internships.Candidates must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.

Links to apply/view details: Apply online at: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/hr/postings/16284 Include the following documents with your application: cover letter addressed to Dr. William Betts and resume. Although the option to upload copies of transcripts is available in the application, an official, original transcript showing the highest related degree earned is required at time of hire. Additionally, a degree verification will be ordered at time of hire. Review of applications will begin immediately and will be accepted through February 3, 2019.Our intention is to hire multiple candidates from this posting. This is a temporary position through June 30, 2019.

Ball State University

January 22, 2019
Psychologist I

Under the general direction of the Director of the Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD), the Psychologist I engages in clinical service provision, outreach to student populations, training of interns, post-doctoral fellows and doctoral level practicum students, and engagement with students, faculty and staff in consultation. This Psychologist will join a large counseling center comprised of sixteen clinical staff members, and eleven doctoral-level trainees who engage over 2,000 students annually through clinical work and over ten thousand more through outreach and consultation.

The Psychologist I has responsibility in three major areas:

  1. performing counseling and psychotherapy, crisis management, and student development programming as well as advising and counseling those who seek professional consultation services;
  2. performing roles in clinical supervision and service;
  3. connecting with campus colleagues and student organizations developing relationships and programming to engage and improve students’ experiences on campus.

The Psychologist I has contacts with students, other faculty, professionals, and staff at the University, as well as community members. The Psychologist I enhances CCSD’s and the University’s national reputation through expertise in providing a broad range of college counseling services. These skills are essential, as are skills in providing consultation to others and problem solving. Such work is generally highly sensitive and requires adept clinical judgment and thorough familiarity of ethical and legal procedures.

The University's Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found at http://www.udel.edu/aboutus/legalnotices.html

Links to apply/view details: To apply: For a list of requirements and job duties and to apply online, please visit the UDJOBS website at http://www.udel.edu/udjobs Job ID 106125 .

The University of Delaware

January 22, 2019
Director of Military and Veterans Psychology Program & Faculty Member

The Director of the Military and Veterans Psychology Program is responsible for the leadership and supervision of twin innovative programs at William James College (WJC) that bring qualified veterans into careers in behavioral health. The Director will serve as the academic leader of a specialized academic concentration in Military and Veterans Psychology and have primary oversight over the signature WJC program Train Vets to Treat Vets.

Links to apply/view details: Apply here.

William James College

January 22, 2019
Full Time Core Faculty Positions, Clinical Psychology Department

William James College announces openings for full-time core faculty in the Doctoral Clinical Psychology Department for Fall 2019. Applicants who can teach generalist foundational courses in the Clinical PsyD Program and who have forensic expertise are highly desired. Specific courses to be taught include “Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior” and “History and Systems of Psychology.”

Links to apply/view details: Apply here. 

William James College

January 22, 2019
Full - Time Tenure Track Faculty Position

The Wright Institute Doctor of Psychology Program invites applications for a full-time (10 month) tenure track faculty position. This position will begin with the 2019-2020 academic year. Applicants must be license eligible or licensed as a psychologist and hold a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited graduate program. Candidates are preferred who also attended an APA accredited internship program. Qualifications being sought for this position include extensive academic knowledge and familiarity with socio-cultural issues related to the experience of Latinx populations and communities.

In addition, the candidate must have experience in clinically serving Latinx populations and the knowledge and ability to assist students clinically serving Latinx populations. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess expertise to teach four or more of the following subjects: Psychopathology, psychodynamic intervention, group intervention, socio-cultural issues, models of brief intervention, clinical supervision and consultation, therapeutic factors and efficacy, child intervention, motivational interviewing, integrated health care (or other health psychology related topics), case conference and/or advanced clinical seminars, and the ability to direct and instruct graduate level qualitative research.

Applicants must demonstrate the ability to engage students through excellence in teaching and research skills (through dissertation chairing, publications and/or presentations), as well as have a commitment to multiculturalism and to diverse student and faculty bodies. The potential for sponsored research is a plus. Minority applicants and applicants from under-represented populations are encouraged to apply. T

he Wright Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty. Full-time faculty typically teach 8 trimester courses per year (Courses are taught weekly for 3 hours per class for 10-13 weeks.) Other activities include but are not limited to chairing dissertation research, governance service, admissions activities, mentorship of students, and scholarship. The salary range for these positions is competitive and will be determined by experience. Applications for these positions will be reviewed beginning in March 2019. The positions will remain open until they are filled.

Links to apply/view details: Applications should be submitted digitally to Jess Hines-Shroder at [email protected], and include the following: 1) Letter of interest outlining your teaching interests and pedagogy, and your scholarly and clinical interests 2) Curriculum vitae 3) Syllabi with course evaluations (or other demonstrations of teaching effectiveness) 4) Graduate school transcripts if doctorate has not yet been awarded or was received within the past four years 5) Sample Peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and/or professional presentations 6) Three letters of reference.

The Wright Institute

December 31, 2018