Detailed Job Description
The Psychology Postdoctoral or Early Career Staff Psychologist Position provides a full range of clinical, consultative, and psycho-educational interventions for university students, while receiving advanced training and supervision toward licensure, if applicable. The position is geared toward fully integrating the skills and experiences necessary to function as an independently licensed early career psychologist in a university mental health service, including provision of training and supervision within an APA-approved psychology internship training program. The position allows for development of a specialty area or two within a generalist psychologist frame, with the specific area(s) to be negotiated from within the range of needs of the SCS. Strong preference will be given to candidates capable of providing culturally sensitive outreach, psycho-education, and clinical services to East Asian international students.
Job Responsibilities and Roles:
* This Psychologist/Postdoctoral Trainee is engaged in providing a diverse range of multi-culturally-sensitive clinical and psycho-educational mental health services to Miami University students and consultation and educational services to those who work with students, including:
* Individual, group, and couples and/ or family counseling;
* Initial evaluation, crisis assessment, diagnosis, and triage;
* After-hours on-call emergency consultation and intervention;
* Primary mental health liaison to the Office of International Student Education;
* Psycho-educational outreach, consultation, and community intervention;
* Training and possible supervision of doctoral and masters level psychology trainees;
* Participation on departmental, divisional and university committees related to international student services;
* Participate fully in all senior staff administrative and clinical meetings.
* Unlicensed candidates will receive weekly individual supervision of individual and group clinical services, receive regular supervision in administrative aspects of the role, and be provided scheduled time to prepare for licensure exams.
* The successful candidate will have completed a doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology prior to the fellowship start date (August 1, 2014) from an APA-accredited doctoral training program and completed an APA-approved internship. ABD candidates may be considered.
* The successful candidate will have demonstrated interest and experience in providing clinical and psycho-educational programming services to university students.
* The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to work independently and serve in leadership roles.
* Preferred candidates will have demonstrated interest, relevant language skills, and experience in working with East Asian international students.
* Other preferred areas of specialty include: eating disorder treatment; working with student athletes; training and supervision with an emphasis on training in assessment.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Employment will require a criminal background check according to University guidelines.