Missouri University of Science & Tech.,

Counseling Services
Last Posted:

Wed, Apr 14th, '21


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Last Updated:

Wed, Apr 14th, '21

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  • Full Time

The psychologist role serves as a member of a collaborative student wellbeing team dedicated to supporting and promoting student health and wellbeing as a core institutional value.  Through a multidisciplinary, comprehensive approach, this position will serve as a licensed mental health professional providing direct mental health services to a diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students. Using a short-term intervention and stepped care model, the psychologist will be responsible for providing individual and group counseling, walk-in assessments, consultations, and crisis intervention services. This position will serve as a key consultant on high-risk and complex clinical situations. The psychologist role may also assist in training and supervision of interns. As a JED Campus school, this position plays an integral part of our collaborative and multidisciplinary student wellbeing team.  For department specific information, visit  


Missouri S&T is a top technological research university with about 8,000 students in Rolla, Missouri. Surrounded by the Ozarks scenery (Rolla is about 100 miles west of St. Louis), the campus is accessible, safe, and friendly. Known for its engineering programs, S&T also offers degrees in the sciences, liberal arts, humanities, and business.


S&T students are actively engaged in the learning experience. With more than 200 student organizations, there is a place for everyone to become engaged in the campus community.  Upon graduation, these experienced students are in extremely high demand by corporate entities across the nation and around the world. Over 300 employers visit the campus every semester to participate in one of the largest career fairs in the Midwest. 

  • Doctorate degree in Psychology and licensure (or eligibility to be licensed) as a Psychologist within the State of Missouri.
  • Three years’ experience providing mental health services
  • Professional experience in a university/college counseling center setting working with young adults and a diverse population
  • Possesses highly developed skills and experience resolving high-risk and complex clinical situations
  • Training and experience promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural excellence 
  • Track record of consistently sound professional decision-making
  • Ability to communicate effectively and create trusting, supportive relationships
  • Comfortable with use of computer technology (Titanium software, email, web pages, Power Point, web-based surveys) to enhance services  
  • Possesses knowledge of best practices and desire to learn and incorporate new service methods
  • Possesses professional liability insurance
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of state and federal health care privacy laws, Title IX, VAWA, ADA, Title II, HIPAA, FERPA, and professional ethics

Salary commensurate with experience; minimum $53,600 annually. 


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