Home Post About Contact

Find Jobs
Job Title Description

 Job Description
Counseling Psychologist
Cheney, Washington
Posted Jul 03, 2013 by Eastern Washington University
Category: Mental Health


Working Title: Counseling Psychologist [Coordinator of Assessment and Testing Services]

Job Summary/Essential Functions: Responsible to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for providing psychological and developmental services for students of Eastern Washington University, including crisis intervention. Provides outreach and consultation services to the campus community. Engage in continuing education to improve clinical skills and attain/maintain licensure as a psychologist in Washington state. This position assumes responsibility for the ongoing development, administration and execution of psychological assessment and testing services provided by CAPS.

Conditions of Employment: Some evening/weekend work should be expected, including outreach to students and crisis intervention.

This position, during the course of university employment, will be involved in the unsupervised access with the developmentally disabled, vulnerable adults, or children under the age of 18, and will be involved in the receipt of, or accountability for, university funds or other items of value. Successful applicant will be required to pass a background check.

Required Degree: Ph.D.

Degree required by: Start date

Required Discipline(s) for Degree: Counseling or Clinical Psychology.

Position requires a Ph.D. from an accredited program in either counseling or clinical psychology.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

This recruitment will be used to fill a vacated position as a Counseling Psychologist.

In the body of your cover letter, please describe how your qualifications and experience match the job requirements and key responsibilities of the position.

Three letters of reference are preferred, and may be attached only at the time you submit your other materials as part of the online application process. If all three letters are not available at the time you apply, your application will not be disqualified from consideration. Letters may not be submitted through email, mail, fax, or any other mode of delivery.

Please also include a list of professional references (names, telephone, email) as the last page of your resume. These can be the same or different reference contacts relative to any letters of reference you submit.

% Full Time: 100%

Term of Appointment: 11

Background Check (Unsupervised access to developmentally disabled, vulnerable adults or children under the age of 18): Yes

Work Schedule: Some evening/weekend work should be expected, including outreach to students and crisis intervention.

Minimum Qualifications:

Position requires a PhD from an accredited program in either Counseling or Clinical Psychology by start date

Completion of an APA or APPIC approved internship

This position requires expertise in psychological assessment and utilization within a university setting (for learning disorders, ADHD, etc.), as the selected professional will serve a coordinator role for CAPS in this area.

Licensed or license-eligible in the State of Washington; if license-eligible, license must be achieved within two years of start date [i.e. 9/1/2015]

Additionally, candidates must offer a demonstrated high degree of interest, ability and/or experience promoting cultural competency or diversity.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in one or more of the following:

Providing services within a university setting.
Providing counseling group facilitation.
Supervision of counseling trainees or practicum students
Providing outreach programming.
Providing crisis intervention services.

Apply Here




RSS / XML Feed Add to My Yahoo! Add to Google! Add to My MSN!

Copyright ©2015 CounselingJobsinHigherEd.com