Indiana University Student Health Center,

Indiana University Student Health Center
Last Posted:

Wed, Apr 28th, '21


Position will remain open until filled.

Start Date:

Preferred start date is August 1, 2021, but there can be flexibility.

Last Updated:

Wed, Apr 28th, '21

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  • Full Time

The Psychologist's primary role involves the delivery of clinical services including individual, couples, therapy and support groups and crisis counseling. She/he/they will assist with reducing stigma and stereotypes that discourage minority students from seeking counseling. The Psychologist collaborates with other members of Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) multi-disciplinary staff as well as the Student Health Center’s medical clinic. Participates on CAPS' after hours crisis response team on an as needed basis, in the event of larger scale campus crises. The psychologist also provides outreach and consultation services to the University community, particularly those directed toward underserved students and CAPS' pre-doctoral intern training program. The Psychologist's work in all of these domains is expected to be multi-culturally informed and consistent with the learning objectives of the Division of Student Affairs.


Indiana University's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a department within the IU Student Health Center, located in the heart of campus. The Student Health Center provides full-service medical care to students including a medical clinic, lab, X-ray, pharmacy, health and wellness services, counseling and psychiatry, as well as treatment and advocacy services for sexual violence.

The Division of Student Affairs is focused on building a strong foundation to ensure every student's IU experience is positive, safe, healthy, and meaningful. The Division of Student Affairs staff and 19 departments aim to help students navigate their time at IU, providing the tools they need to be successful in school and after graduation. Students are our priority and their health, safety, and overall well-being are our core mission.

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Bloomington is the flagship residential, doctoral-extensive campus of Indiana University. Its mission is to create, disseminate, preserve, and apply knowledge. It does so through its commitments to cutting-edge research, scholarship, arts, and creative activity; to challenging and inspired undergraduate, graduate, professional, and lifelong education; to culturally diverse and international educational programs and communities; to first-rate library and museum collections; to economic development in the state and region; and to meaningful experiences outside the classroom. The Bloomington campus is committed to full diversity, academic freedom, and meeting the changing educational and research needs of the state, the nation, and the world.

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information


Ph.D. from an APA accredited program in psychology and one year of experience in post-doctoral clinical service under supervision of a licensed psychologist.

Completion of a pre-doctoral internship that meets licensure standards for the State of Indiana.

Licensed in the State of Indiana, or eligible for licensure within 180 days from date of hire.

Proficient communication skills. Maintains a high degree of professionalism. Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills. Demonstrates a high commitment to quality. Possesses flexibility to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Seeks to acquire knowledge in area of specialty. Highly thorough and dependable. Demonstrates a high level of accuracy, even under pressure. Possesses a high degree of initiative. Ability to influence internal and/or external constituents. Excellent collaboration and team building skills. Demonstrates excellent judgment and decision making skills.


College counseling center experience.