Staff Psychologist

University of Rochester,

University Counseling Center (UCC), University Health Service
Last Posted:

Tue, Apr 6th, '21


June 2021

Start Date:

July 2021

Last Updated:

Tue, Apr 6th, '21

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  • Full Time

The University of Rochester University Counseling Center (UCC) is seeking applications for the position of Staff Psychologist, joining a supportive, diverse multidisciplinary staff committed to robust, self reflective, culturally informed training and clinical services. This psychologist will have roles as a supervisor, clinician and consultant to the campus community. The successful applicant will be hard working, diversity affirming, and fluent in various treatment approaches. This position will begin in January, 2021 as Staff Psychologist reporting to the Director of the Counseling Center. The University Counseling Center has a long-standing commitment to excellence in training and clinical practice in college mental health, characterized by intensive supervision and a focus on the importance of self reflection and critical thinking in clinical practice. This training is provided to psychology practicum students, social work interns, doctoral psychology interns, social work post master’s fellows, psychology postdoctoral fellows, and psychiatric residents from the University of Rochester Medical Center. The University of Rochester UCC professional and training staff, as part of the University of Rochester University Health Services, provides psychotherapy and outreach to a diverse and highly motivated student population with a significant representation of international students. The UCC provides services to undergraduate and graduate schools including the College of Arts, Sciences and Engineering, the Eastman School of Music, the School of Medicine and Dentistry, the School of Nursing, the Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, and the Warner Graduate School of Education.


Rochester is a vibrant city in western New York on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. It is known for technological and research innovations, diverse communities, arts and cultural activities, and for being the historic home of reformers -- notably Frederick Douglass and Susan B Anthony.

The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer, and UCC is keenly interested in applicants from underrepresented populations


This is a twelve month position. Applicants must have a doctoral degree from an APA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology, an APA accredited internship, relevant postdoctoral and professional experience, and be license eligible in New York.


Although strong generalist psychologists are encouraged to apply, special consideration will be given to applicants fluent in Mandarin or with a strong substance use background.


This is a Clinical Faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry offering a competitive salary and a generous benefits package.


Candidates will be considered as applications are received. Send C.V., letter of interest and three letters of reference to: Tammy Owens, Administrator, University Counseling Center, PO Box 270356, Rochester, NY 14627 0356 or email to: Please also apply online (posting number is 221009, Sr Instructor of Clinical).