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Job responsibilities for this position include provision of direct individual/group counseling/psychotherapy services, consultation and outreach, emergency on-call, grant writing, and supervision of externsí clinical work.
1. Provides direct individual/group counseling/psychotherapy services to students.
2. Supervises externsí clinical work (group psychotherapy).
3. Leads professional seminar group(s).
4. Participates in outreach activities with emphasis on sexual assault and/or eating disorder.
5. Participates in special projects, committees, and other work related to the greater university community.
6. Provides crisis intervention services, including after hours on-call availability.
7. Identifies appropriate funding sources, completes applications for grants, participates in grant project, and potentially publishes research and articles.
1. Doctoral degree (or A.B.D.) in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited graduate program.
2. 2-3 years of experience in a counseling center setting preferred.
3. Previous experience in the supervision of mastersí level counselors preferred.
4. Experience working with intimate partner violence and/or eating disorders.
5. Training and experience in models of group psychotherapy and supervision.
6. Experience with grant writing or participating in grant projects preferred.
Pace University is a comprehensive, independent, diverse institution. It was founded in 1906 by Homer and Charles Pace as a school of accountancy. Pace Institute gained college accreditation in 1948 and university status in 1973. The University is comprised of six schools offering over 100 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. The overall University enrollment is about 15,000 students, 8,000 of them at the New York City campus. Pace is a multi-campus institution with sites in White Plains, Pleasantville, Briarcliff, Midtown Manhattan, and lower Manhattan. The internship training program is offered at the New York City campus in lower Manhattan.
The New York City campus in lower Manhattan is located immediately next to City Hall Park and the Municipal Building. The University is within easy walking distance of the South Street Seaport, Chinatown, Little Italy, Wall Street, the New York financial district, and the Tribeca area in which the annual Tribeca Film festivals are held. It is easily accessible by all forms of public transportation.
Required Application Materials
Cover letter, resume, 3 letters of recommendation
September 1, 2013
Send Applications To:
Richard Shadick, Ph.D.
156 Williams Street - 8th Floor
New York, NY 10038
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