|Positions in Counseling Centers|
$29,000 plus benefits
The Roosevelt University Counseling Center fellowship is for a psychology doctoral graduate who is seeking advanced training in university or college counseling center work. The position is full time (40 hours/week) for one calendar year at the downtown Chicago campus. The start date is in early August 2014. The clinical duties include: providing individual (both short-term and long-term), couples and group counseling; initial intake interviews; crisis intervention; case management; consultation and outreach with students, faculty, staff and parents; possible supervision of practicum students; and other duties as assigned. The Fellow will spend at least 60% of her or his time providing clinical services.
In addition, the Fellow will be providing other non-clinical services such as outreach programming and consultation to the Roosevelt University student, staff, and faculty community on a regular basis. Outreach and consultation are a critical educational and networking component of The Counseling Center program and postdoctoral experience. The responsibilities vary widely throughout the year, but may include presentations to the Roosevelt community, writing articles for the Illuminations Newsletter, and assisting with overall outreach program planning and implementation. Fellows are encouraged to bring in material they are interested in developing, as well as areas of expertise in regards to providing outreach to the university community.
The Fellowship is designed to provide both generalist training and specialized experience working with a diverse population of university students regarding a range of mental health and developmental concerns. The Fellow will participate in a clinical training seminar, staff meetings, and intake disposition team meetings. In addition, the Fellow will have the opportunity to take an active role in one or more areas of service, specifically outreach, training, and/or general Center administration.
The Fellow will receive two hours of individual supervision from a primary supervisor. S/he may also receive additional supervision on special projects, outreach or group therapy as needed. All supervisors are licensed clinical psychologists in the state of Illinois.
These are exciting times of transformation at Roosevelt University, true to our heritage. 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, 2011) and a national leader in preparing students to assume meaningful, purposeful roles in the world community. We all play a vital role to that end. How might you contribute your talents to our mission?
Applicants must have a completed Ph.D or Psy.D in Counseling or Clinical psychology at the time of employment. Candidates must complete their degree requirements by the August start date to be considered. The strongest applicants will demonstrate a professional commitment and interest in university or college counseling centers and student development.
Preference will be given to candidates from APA-accredited academic programs who have completed APA-accredited internships. The strongest applicants will demonstrate a professional commitment and interest in university or college counseling centers and student development.
Join a university with a mission that matters! For more than 65 years, Roosevelt University has been educating students who want something more than a degree from their education. With a progressive learning environment, we pride ourselves in celebrating the differences each individual brings to our university. The education that happens at Roosevelt comes as much from books as it does from the real world interactions our students share with our faculty and with each other. Come be a part of an institution whose goal is to raise the social consciousness and enact change!
Founded in 1945, Roosevelt University is a private not-for-profit institution dedicated to social justice and academic excellence. Located in Chicago and Schaumburg, enrollment is approximately 6, 400 students, 41% of whom are graduate students. Internationally known for its diverse population, minority students make up about 50% of the total student population, including approximately 4% international students. The average age for undergraduate students is 27 and 31 for graduate students. Students choose from over 80 majors from six colleges: Arts and Sciences, Education, Business, Performing Arts, Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies, and the College of Pharmacy.
Required Application Materials
Applicants must upload a cover letter addressing their interest in the Fellowship and Roosevelt University; professional goals; and note the completion dates for your doctoral program, internship, and dissertation, a current Curriculum Vitae, contact information for three references, including at least two from clinical supervisors. Please complete your application by January 13, 2014 for optimal consideration. To apply, please visit the UPDATED Human Resources webpage at https://jobs.roosevelt.edu/postings/886
Applications will be accepted until January 13, 2014. ***** Please note that this is the updated posting as of December 13, 2013, which will be open until January 13, 2014.
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