Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Diversity

Lewis & Clark College,

Student Counseling Center
 
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Last Posted:

Fri, May 31st, '24

Deadline:

For priority consideration, please submit application by June 20, 2024. Application review will continue until position is filled.

Start Date:

Week of August 5-9, 2024: up to a 5 day delay will be considered

Last Updated:

Fri, May 31st, '24

 
POSITION DESCRIPTION
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  • Full Time

The Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident at the Student Counseling Center is a full-time 12- month position (1.0 FTE). It is our intent to provide an entry-level professional with the post-degree supervision and experience necessary for licensure as a psychologist. The Resident will provide culturally responsive mental health assessment, counseling, and consultation services to undergraduate, law, and graduate students in support of student success. More specifically they will offer (1) time-limited individual, couples, and group counseling, (2) crisis/urgent counseling, (3) consultation services and outreach programming, and (4) supervision and training for graduate practicum students. Service provision includes face-to-face and tele-mental health services with students regarding concerns relating to stress, developmental issues, career, academics, interpersonal concerns, trauma and other mental health conditions. The Resident will also participate in organizational and clinical staff meetings and other university-wide meetings as appropriate. Further, the Resident may gain additional experience in areas such as administrative leadership, clinical services development, psycho-educational outreach, sexual assault advocacy and response, and/or substance abuse interventions and harm reduction.

We are committed to developing our staff to more fully reflect the diversity of our student body and the society at large. Members of historically underrepresented groups in mental health professions are strongly encouraged to apply. 

The Student Counseling Center has made a commitment to prioritize belonging and connection both among our staff and with colleagues across campus. We strive to maintain an interpersonally healthy, supportive, and positive environment, we value training and growth, and we're looking for a colleague who will thrive in this setting.

Please see full position posting for additional detail.




ABOUT LEWIS & CLARK COLLEGE

The campus is located on 137 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in Portland’s southwest hills. Our strong commitment to sustainability is reinforced through recycling programs, energy conservation, alternative transportation options, and farm to fork initiatives. For benefit-eligible positions, we offer a competitive benefits package that includes options for health, dental, vision, tuition, life insurance, retirement and more.

Lewis & Clark College is committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status or age.

 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  • Completed Doctoral Degree in Counseling/Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited program prior to the start of residency; Due to state licensure requirements, DEGREE CONFERRAL DATE MUST PRECEDE START OF RESIDENCY (ideally week of August 5-9, 2024: up to a 5 day delay will be considered). Please verify not only with your academic program, but also with your Registrar to be assured of actual date of transcript release.
  • Completed accredited pre-doctoral internship, ideally in a university counseling center
  • Must apply for license and be approved for a Board-approved resident supervision contract through the Oregon Board of Psychology on or before August 20 to continue employment.
  • No post-doctoral or post degree experience required
  • Skills, knowledge and experience relevant to the needs of students of color, students from indigenous communities, LGBTQIA+ students, international students, students from diverse religious affiliations, or first-generation students. Demonstrable experience in and commitment to providing culturally informed clinical services to diverse and traditionally underserved populations.
  • Interest in engaging fully in the typical work of a college counseling center, including time-limited counseling, group counseling, crisis work, outreach, consultation, and training.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Evidence of sustained pursuit of knowledge and experience working with culturally diverse populations.
  • Experience providing clinical services in a college mental health setting.
  • Experience and interest in providing group counseling, including both process oriented and skill building groups.
  • Demonstrated clinical specialization and/or training in one or more of the following: Eating disorders, OCD, working with clients who are neurodivergent, working with BIPOC or LGBTQIA+ identified clients.
  • Supervision experience or education.
 
COMPENSATION

Annual compensation: $56,200.  

Benefit eligible position (benefits include medical, dental, life, AD&D, long-term disability, flexible spending, and paid leave).


APPLICATION MATERIALS

Please complete application online. Be prepared to upload your CV/Vita and a cover letter addressing your specific interest in our position and how you meet the stated qualifications.  Note: Please upload your cover letter on the My Experience screen in the resume section. 

If selected as a finalist, you will be invited to provide referrals.  No referrals are necessary upon application.