The Staff Psychologist/Therapist position provides a wide range of professional mental health services to the Wright State University community and serves as a core professional staff member at Counseling and Wellness Services. This is a 12-month full-time position. This position reports to the Director, Counseling and Wellness Services.
Doctorate degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology by start date and licensure as a psychologist within 12 months of hire OR a Master's Degree in Counseling with a current license as a Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC-S).
Previous work in a university or college counseling center
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Provide intake assessment, psychological assessment, crisis intervention, individual, couples, and group therapy to WSU students (60%)
Serve as a liaison between Counseling and Wellness Services and one or more University departments/units (3%)
Provide consultation and outreach programming services to Wright State University students, faculty, and staff regarding psychological issues (2%)
Provide supervision and training for trainees/interns as needed (20%)
Provide consultation supervision as needed.(3%)
Provide service to the University community via committee membership on a minimum of two University committees (a minimum of one within the division of Student Affairs). (2%)
Participate in Counseling and Wellness Services Staff meetings and Supervisor's meetings. (10%)
General Office. Periodic after-hours work during clinical emergencies or as part of campus programming.
Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
To preserve the safety and security of the campus community and to maintain the integrity of university operations, it is the policy of Wright State University before making an employment offer conduct various background checks, such as a criminal record, credit history when job related and/or education verifications. Additionally, an administrative review shall be conducted whenever the university learns that an employee is charged with or convicted of a crime (except for minor vehicle violations). Frequently asked questions related to background checks may be found on the Human resources website at http://www.wright.edu/human-resources.
Effective July 1, 2017, per Policy 7230 Wright State University is tobacco-free. Tobacco use, including the sale, advertising sampling and distribution of tobacco products and tobacco related items is prohibited in all university facilities, on all university owned or leased grounds, university owned or operated residence halls and apartments, and at all university sponsored events regardless of location. Tobacco use is also prohibited in all university vehicles or on any equipment owned, leased or operated by Wright State University. This policy applies to anyone on campus including students, faculty, staff, visitors, consultants, vendors, patients, volunteers, and contractor employees.
Wright State University serves nearly 18,000 students and offers more than 230 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and professional degree programs through eight colleges and three schools. Located in the city of Fairborn in Greene County, Ohio, Wright State is conveniently situated adjacent to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and is less than 10 miles from downtown Dayton. One of our eight colleges, Wright State University–Lake Campus, is a university-operated regional campus on the shores of Grand Lake St. Marys in Celina, Ohio. The Wright State alumni community is more than 109,000 strong. For more information please visit www.wright.edu.