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Postdoctoral Fellow (3 positions)
University of California, Santa Cruz
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
$35,420 for 12 month appointment
Fellowship Positions Being Offered This Year:
The General Track - Job #1304732: CAPS is offering two (2) positions. Postdoctoral fellow will conduct brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, case management, group therapy, and primary prevention and outreach for university students.
Candidates interested in the General Track position may also apply for the Outreach Track position.
Outreach Track Job #1304738: CAPS is offering one (1) position. The Outreach Track has a special emphasis in primary prevention and outreach.
A separate application must be submitted to be considered for the Outreach Track position.
See website for further details.
-Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology from American Psychological Association (APA) accredited program.
-American Psychological Association (APA) accredited Doctoral internship must be completed by date of hire
-Experience and skills in brief therapy, crisis intervention, group therapy, mental health prevention and psycho-education for a college student audience.
-Skills and experience working with a diverse population.
Experience working in a university counseling center.
Demonstrated strong interest in and commitment to social justice.
Demonstrated strong interest in campus primary prevention and education.
The University of California, Santa Cruz is located 75 miles south of San Francisco and 35 miles west of San Jose. The campus is situated on 2,000 acres of redwood-forested foothills overlooking Monterey Bay. One of ten campuses with the University of California system, UCSC is a growing campus. Since opening in 1965, UCSC has become noted for its progressive and intellectual atmosphere, its distinguished faculty, its innovative academic programs, and its excellent library and research facilities.
The city of Santa Cruz is a seaside community of approximately 60,000 individuals. The community offers a wide range of cultural attractions complementing those of the campus and rivaling those of much larger cities. The mild climate and the recreational opportunities of the area are further attractions.
Required Application Materials
Interested Candidates MUST apply online. For full consideration ALL applications MUST include: -CURRICULUM VITA (Resume) -LETTER OF INTEREST (Cover Letter) This letter should outline your interest and experience providing brief therapy, crisis intervention, and outreach programming to diverse university students, as well as, your specific interests in our program. -THREE (3) LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION from CLINICAL SUPERVISORS The Letters of Recommendation need to be scanned and submitted with your on-line application. If scanning and attaching the letters to your application is absolutely NOT possible, the letters of recommendation should be e-mailed to Maryjan Murphy, Ph.D., Associate Director, Counseling and Psychological Services. To ensure receipt of your email you must use the email address & subject line exactly as specified here: SEND TO: firstname.lastname@example.org SUBJECT LINE MUST READ: Job# 1304732 OR Job# 1304738: POST DOC RECOMMENDATION
To guarantee that your materials will be reviewed, your complete application and all letters of recommendations MUST BE RECEIVED by 11:59 p.m., PST on January 20, 2014.
August 25, 2014
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