The University of
Chicago announces a full-time, benefits-eligible, Staff Clinical Psychologist or Staff Licensed Clinical Social Worker:
Diversity and Inclusion Focus to join the Student Wellness Center (SWC). SWC
has a robust mental health service with a long tradition of excellence. The University of Chicago is a destination
for bright and engaged students, faculty, and staff, from all over the world, all
of whom contribute to the university’s vibrant and unique culture.
The UChicago Student Wellness mental health
staff are committed to serving our campus community based on values of
multi-cultural, affirming, and welcoming practices. In early 2020, UChicago
Student Wellness hired its first associate director for diversity, inclusion,
and outreach who is developing comprehensive strategies to enhance and support
the mental health and wellbeing of underrepresented students on campus. Staff
and leadership are dedicated to fostering an environment that supports
inclusion, learning and care for one another. The successful candidate will be a licensed clinical
psychologist or licensed clinical social worker with established clinical,
outreach, and training experience serving diverse populations, with a
professional focus on the needs of students of color. The
ideal candidate will have a passion for supporting the mental health needs of
underrepresented students, to continuously deepen their cultural awareness, and
the ability to work collaboratively in helping to create a more diverse and
inclusive campus environment.
If you have
questions about this position, please contact Meeta Kumar, PhD, Director of
Student Counseling, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click the application url link for further details about the position.
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