Overview

This is tenure-track faculty appointment in the campus Wellness Center. Salary is competitive and commensurate with academic preparation and experience. An excellent fringe benefits package is included.

The Psychologist/Counselor reports to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and is responsible for counseling, psychotherapy, psychological assessment, group counseling, substance abuse counseling, intake interviewing, emergency intervention, and supervision.

The successful candidate must be capable of and committed to student counseling, community services and outreach, and to scholarship. Successful candidate will also have experience working with diverse populations. Additional responsibilities include involvement with departmental, college-wide, and university committees.

  • Develop programs related to the psychological needs of students, including outreach.
  • Provide consultation to members of the campus community as appropriate.
  • Consult with other Counseling Center faculty concerning cases and referrals.
  • Facilitate referrals to other campus services and local agencies, such as community and mental health agencies.
  • Conduct institutional research regarding Counseling Center activities.
  • Supervise the training of students assigned to the Counseling Center for practicum or internship experience.
  • Attend professional meetings pertinent to the improvement of the Counseling Center.
  • Maintain licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

A Master’s degree in psychology, counselor education or related field from an APA or ACA approved program is required; a Ph.D or Ed.D is preferred. PA license or PA license-eligible in psychology or counseling is required. Two years or more of licensed counseling experience is required, preferably in a university setting. Demonstrated counseling experience working with a diverse population is required. Experience with alcohol and other drug intervention/counseling is preferred.