and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Indiana University, Bloomington campus,
invites applications for a full time, ten or twelve month position with
Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling or Social Work from accredited
program; licensed or license-eligible in
Indiana. Two years work experience,
preferably in a college or university counseling center, is desirable.
clinical skills in the delivery of multi-culturally informed individual,
couples, and group counseling services; experience with short term treatment
models. Group counseling and outreach skills are especially valued. CAPS is committed to the expansion of
services to under-served students.
CAPS staff is a cohesive, multiple-disciplinary team that includes social
workers, psychologists, mental health counselors, psychiatrists, and trainees
in the mental health disciplines. CAPS
services are valued as integral to the mission of the university. Recent
initiatives include embedded staff in campus Culture Centers and academic
schools. Four newly funded, 10 or 12 month positions currently available.
ABOUT INDIANA UNIVERSITY
Large state university of 48,000 students.
Diverse students from all over the world.
World famous Music School.
New school of international studies
Bloomington is a charming small town with wonderful cultural opportunities, Big 10 athletics and a strong commitment to the visual and culinary arts. Nearby recreational opportunities abound in the lovely rolling hills of southern Indiana. Urban centers are within one to 4 hours driving distance.