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Post-doctoral Resident in Psychology
St. George’s University
Psychological Services Center (PSC)
$61,164 per year
The PSC regularly has an opening for a Post-doctoral Resident in Psychology. Applications for the July, 2013 to June, 2014 rotation will be accepted beginning in September, 2012.
The resident is expected to:
Provide assessment and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families and groups, including students, employees and their significant others of SGU;
Provide psychological disability assessment;
Supervise practicum students;
Collaborate in departmental research;
Participate in liaison, consultation and training activities with various departments, faculty and others in the university community;
Participate in psychological emergency, disaster and trauma response;
Maintain client privacy and confidentiality and abide by other appropriate legal and ethical standards;
Participate in the design, implementation and evaluation of outreach and other programs to enhance student, employee and significant other wellness and development, foster multicultural learning and inform about a variety of health and social issues on campus;
Participate in a multi-disciplinary treatment team;
Participate in university activities such as Faculty Senate, departmental reviews, faculty meetings and special committee work when required;
Participate in various departmental projects to assist with mental health needs of the Grenadian community; and
Any other related duties assigned by the Director of the PSC.
A generous annual salary will be provided. Appointment is for one to two years, depending on length of supervision needed by successful applicant to complete psychologist licensure requirements. Ample vacation, allowing for free time and travel opportunities, will be available.
Qualifications: Psy.D./Ph.D. in clinical or counseling psychology with university counseling center experience. LD/ADHD evaluation experience and sensitivity to LGBTQQ and other multicultural issues are musts. Need for supervision by licensed psychologists to obtain own licensure as a psychologist is required.
Founded in 1976, St. George’s University (SGU) has evolved into a multicultural center of education that draws students and employees from dozens of countries to the Caribbean island of Grenada.
The university’s 11,000 graduates include physicians, veterinarians, scientists and public health and business professionals who live and work around the world. Many of the university programs are accredited and approved by various regulating bodies and other authorities.
Amazingly beautiful island in the eastern Caribbean.
Required Application Materials
Please submit CV and cover letter electronically at http://www.sgu.edu/employment/job-som-post-doctoral-resident-psychology.html.
January 15, 2013
July 2, 2013
Send Applications To:
Terry Ruthrauff, PsyD, Director, Psychological Services Center
St. George’s, Grenada
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