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The Staff Psychologist is a full-time10-month staff member of the Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS). The CCS provides therapy, mental health consultations and student development programming to the university community. It also sponsors a doctoral internship in psychology that is accredited by the American Psychological Association. CCS is administratively linked to the Office of the Dean for Student Services and is IACS accredited. Assuming the approval of this position, the staff will consist of three psychologists, three doctoral interns, and six masters-level interns.
The Staff Psychologist will engage in a wide range of individual and group counseling
services, teaching and training activities, student development programming, consultation, and research that supports the mission of the CCS and the University.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Deliver counseling services to individuals/groups/couples
Provide emergency and crisis intervention services, with on-call responsibilities on a rotating basis (some evenings and weekends required)
Serve as staff coordinator for all groups and outreach activities
Serve as primary liaison to the central staff of Residential Life in addition to coordinating on-going training between the two departments
Provide consultation services to faculty, staff, students, and parents
Participate in the supervision of doctoral psychology interns, doctoral practicum students, and masters-level interns
Provide outreach and student development programming to campus community
Co-teach peer education class
Supervise Health Educator
Serve on campus committees and work groups
As time permits, represents Butler University regionally and nationally through active participation in governance and operation of professional organizations
Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of the Counseling and Consultation Services
Earned Ph.D., Psy. D. or Ed.D. from an APA accredited doctoral program and internship in counseling or clinical psychology
Licensure as a psychologist in the State of Indiana, with Health Service Provider in Psychology endorsement. Strong preference will be given to candidates who currently hold licensure
Multicultural competence and demonstrated successful experience in provision of psychological services to a diverse population of college/university students
Demonstrated successful experience in supervision of clinical staff
Demonstrated ability work effectively with professional and administrative colleagues from differing departments, divisions, and disciplines
Minimum three years of experience working in a college counseling setting (internship year can be included)
Expertise in outreach coordination for college population
Expertise in group therapy, eating disorders, substance abuse, and/or multicultural issues with college population
Expertise in supervision and training
Butler University is an independent university founded in 1855 and widely recognized for its dedication to teaching and research. A noted academic institution nestled in a residential area of Indianapolis, Butler’s coeducational enrollment totals 4,667 students. Rooted in traditions of excellence, Butler’s cultural and civic impact is considerable.
Students from nearly every state and 52 foreign countries make up the undergraduate and graduate and student body. The University has six degree-granting colleges-Liberal Arts and Sciences, Education, Communication, Business Administration, Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and Fine Arts. The 244 fulltime instructional faculty members allow an undergraduate student-faculty ratio of 11-to-1.
Required Application Materials
Cover letter Curriculum Vitae with a list of three current references and their contact information
Applications received by June 28, 2013 are ensured consideration; position will remain open until filled. Email application materials to Dr. Keith Magnus.
September 1, 2013
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