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Staff Psychologist (part-time)
The Roosevelt University Counseling Center is pleased to offer a part-time Staff Psychologist position. This is a permanent, 20-hour-per-week position. It is a particularly good fit for those who want to work in (and/or return to) a university counseling center while also maintaining other career options like private practice or teaching.
The Staff Psychologist provides clinical services (individual, couples, and group therapy; consultation and crisis response) to Roosevelt University students and may provide training and clinical supervision to pre- and post-doctoral psychology trainees who provide clinical service. The Staff Psychologist also performs campus and community outreach; participates in University and Center meetings and committees; consults with faculty, staff, and students; and attends to her or his own professional development.
The Staff Psychologist must demonstrate multicultural competence, and be able to work collaboratively, think creatively, and communicate effectively in verbal and written contexts. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of one year of college counseling experience, and efficiency in Microsoft Office and database/scheduling systems. At minimum, successful candidates will hold a current doctoral-level psychology license.
A preferred qualification is current status as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois.
These are exciting times of transformation at Roosevelt University. Roosevelt was founded on principle: Higher education should be available to all academically qualified students, regardless of demographics. This 1945 "experiment" has been a success from the start. Today, Roosevelt is the fourth most ethnically diverse college in the Midwest (U.S. News and World Report, 2013) and a national leader in preparing students to assume meaningful, purposeful roles in the world community. Our dedicated faculty and administrators all play a vital role to that end.
Roosevelt University has two campuses, one in downtown Chicago and the other in the suburb of Schaumburg. The person in this position is anticipated to work primarily in Chicago. Chicago is a world-class city, replete with diverse cultural and entertainment options. For example, the lakefront, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Millennium Park are all within an easy walk of the Counseling Center.
Required Application Materials
A letter of interest, a resume/CV, and the contact information for three professional references can be uploaded to the Human Resources website at https://jobs.roosevelt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51550
January 15, 2013
Ideally, March 2013.
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