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Staff Psychologist (2)
Iowa State University
Student Counseling Service
commensurate with experience
Iowa State Universityís Student Counseling Service is seeking applicants for a generalist Staff Psychologist position which will provide a variety of services to a diverse college population including individual, group, career, and couples counseling; crisis intervention; outreach and consultation; and substance abuse and eating disorder assessments. Other duties will include supervision of practicum students and interns (APA accredited internship) and administrative tasks as designated.
The successful candidate will possess strong administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Doctorate from an APA-accredited program in counseling or clinical psychology and one year experience providing clinical services (experience may include a doctoral internship).
Experience providing clinical services in a college or university counseling center.
Additional years of experience related to the duties of this position.
Experience working with diverse client populations.
Licensure as a Psychologist.
Iowa State University is one of the nationís leading land-grant universities. Chartered in 1858 as the Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm, it became the nationís first land-grant institution when the Iowa General Assembly awarded it the stateís land-grant charter in 1864. The college opened in 1868-69, and a class of 26 was graduated at the first commencement in 1872. Graduate study was offered almost as soon as classes began, and the first graduate degree was conferred in 1877. The college was renamed Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in 1898 and became Iowa State University of Science and Technology in 1959. Today, Iowa State University is a comprehensive research university of international stature with over 33,000 students from 50 states and 110 other nations.
Iowa State has led the development of several fields of study that are central to the land-grant movement, including engineering, agriculture, human sciences, and veterinary medicine. Extension, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003, traces its roots to Iowa and early outreach programs by Iowa Stateís Adonijah Welch and Perry Holden. The legislation establishing the national Agricultural Experiment Station system was written by Iowa State faculty members Seaman Knapp and Charles Bessey in the 1880ís.
George Washington Carver, one of the nationís most distinguished educators and agricultural researchers, received bachelorís (1894) and masterís (1896) degrees from Iowa State. The electronic digital computer, one of the most important technological innovations of the 20th century, was invented at Iowa State in the late 1930s by John Vincent Atanasoff. Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League of Women Voters and a key strategist behind the final ratification of the 19th Amendment, graduated as valedictorian of the Iowa State Class of 1880.
Today, Iowa State is a recognized leader in many areas including plant and animal genomics, materials sciences, analytical chemistry, biology, physics, behavioral studies, information assurance, virtual reality, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business, journalism, kinesiology, transportation and logistics, and education. Major research initiatives focus on the bioeconomy, food safety and security, combinatorial chemistry, human/computer interaction and animal health.
Iowa State is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), which consists of leading research universities in the U.S. and Canada. Iowa State aspires to be the best university in the nation in advancing the land-grant ideals and putting science and technology to work. The Universityís mission is to create, share, and apply knowledge to make Iowa and the world a better place.
From a student perspective, Iowa State University is a place where adventurous minds are encouraged to accomplish amazing things. As a major international university ranked in the top fifty among public universities by U.S. News and World Report, Iowa State offers a student experience rich in social and academic diversity. One hundred majors, over 800 clubs, and a culturally diverse student body enrich college life in a beautiful park-like campus. Big 12 sports and a tradition of cultural and popular performances make campus life fun and memorable. At Iowa State University students can discover their passions and unlock their potential. Iowa State fields 18 varsity squads in the Big 12 Conference. A strong fan base helps the Cyclones continuously break attendance records and earn top honors in national online polls ranking the best "student spirit."
Beneath the small town charm of Ames, Iowa, beats the heart of a much larger city. Ames is a city that has become a leader in developing the worldís bio-economic future, and it provides top-quality education, from kindergarten to graduate school. Ames regularly draws top pop and progressive performers as well as international symphonies and Broadway musicals. It is a city with hundreds of acres of parks, numerous bike paths, vibrant cultural festivals and celebrations, outdoor recreational opportunities, and it has been ranked the 2nd most livable small city in the nation. Ames is a place where neighborhoods are friendly and commutes are short. For more information on the region, visit: http://www.counseling.iastate.edu/internship/pre-doctoral-internship-program/life-in-central-iowa
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August 1, 2014
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