Post Doctoral Resident
Job Title Post Doctoral Resident
Internal Title Post Doctoral Resident
Requisition Number 011442
Minimum Salary $32,000
Salary Range $32,000
Pay Basis 12 months
Department Student Health Services
Campus USC Columbia
Expected Fill Date
Job Posting Date 02-14-2017
Minimum Posting Period Ends 02-20-2017
Job Close Date
Type of Position
Job Type Full-Time
Job Category Professional/Administrative
If Research Grant/Time Limited, indicate the benefits provided
The Post-doctoral Resident will function as a trainee-member and is responsible for providing psychological and outreach services to the University of South Carolina students under the supervision of Licensed Psychologists. This position provides the incumbent with on campus housing at no charge to the trainee. Position will be responsible for providing and/or coordinating after-hours emergency mental health consultation and intervention services. Post-doctoral residents receive comprehensive training and supervision to enhance skills and ensure competent service delivery. Duties and responsibilities include: counseling and psychological services to students, including, but not limited to, intake evaluation and assessment, treatment planning, and treatment provision including individual, couples and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention and management and consultation. Individual will provide training and clinical supervision to trainees as appropriate and provide a variety of outreach and mental health programs and activities to enhance the mental well-being of students. Typical work week is M-F 8:00am-5:00pm. Due to the nature of the position flexible hours and work schedules including evenings and weekends are required to include responding in person and/or by telephone consultation, for emergency assessment and/or treatment after hours.
The position requires a completed Ph.D. or Psy.D. in counseling or clinical psychology before the start date of the position from an APA accredited program, which included a completed Doctoral Internship. The incumbent must reside in provided on-campus housing.
Experience working in a university counseling service with strong student service orientation. Skills to assess pathology of more severe emotional problems, make prognostic indications for short-term therapeutic work with students and to carry out such services. Experience with crisis management skills and outreach activities. Self-motivated, reliable, strong team player ability to demonstrate initiative and leadership.
Documents which must be associated with this posting
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Special Instructions to Applicants
SOC Code 19-3030