Post Doctoral Fellow In Clinical/Counseling Psychology
Posting Details Title Post Doctoral Fellow in Clinical/Counseling Psychology
Posting Number S00905JP Department Counseling Service Job Summary
The college will be closed for winter break from December 24th, 2021 through January 7th, 2022. Applications submitted during this time will be reviewed when the college reopens on January 10th, 2022
Bowdoin College Counseling Service is seeking a post-doctoral fellow to join the Counseling Staff comprised of three psychologists, two licensed professional counselors, three part time psychiatric providers, and 1-2 pre- doctoral or masters level interns. This is a 9-month position that will begin in August of 2018 and conclude in May of 2019. This positon has a competitive salary and full benefits. The position will allow a candidate to train as a staff clinician with a highly experienced, cross culturally diverse, dynamic, team-oriented, and highly committed clinical staff. The post-doctoral fellow will receive supervision and training opportunities and will assist the Director of Training as needed. In addition, the fellow will participate in co-leading and facilitating groups and outreach activities.
The Counseling Service is committed to providing the highest level of counseling/clinical care for students with adjunctive services and programming from a cross-cultural and mindfulness based perspective. The fellow is expected to engage fully in three essential areas of service: individual counseling with students; outreach consultations to the college community; and crisis management that includes evening and weekend on call coverage. We are looking for individuals who have a vision of how they could contribute to the diversity of our campus community; offer a new and innovative perspective to the programming currently offered by our college counseling service; and who have demonstrated the ability to follow through with their vision.
Applicants must have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree or are within several months of doing so by the start of the fellowship. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. A sense of humor. Ability to work well with a team of clinical professionals (including consulting psychiatrists, a substance abuse therapist, and neuropsychologists) as well as with staff and faculty. A strong capacity for self-reflection and commitment to hearing and acting upon feedback from supervisors, colleagues and clients. Demonstrated understanding of how personal identity specific to race, gender, social class, disability, religion, and LGTQ status intersects with psychological health and well-being of students.
Experience Requirements and/or Equivalents
Applicants possessing a year or more of counseling center experience with an interest in training masters or pre-doctoral interns will be given the highest priority. Expertise and experience in working with substance abuse issues, eating disorders, and mindfulness-based stress management is preferred. Multicultural competence, including but not limited to experience and expertise in working with students of color, students from lower income backgrounds, first generation college students, and LGBTQ students, is a must. Additionally, a commitment to feminist psychology, integrating mindfulness and psychotherapy, psychology of men and masculinity, sports psychology, DBT, CBT, and/or short-term models of psychotherapy would augment the Counseling Center’s current areas of emphasis.
Standard Work Days and Hours
This is a 9-month position that will begin in August of 2022 and conclude in May of 2023. This is an exempt position requiring time commitment necessary to satisfactorily complete job requirements. Typical hours are 8:30am – 5:00pm but evening and weekend on call coverage is required. This position will be eligible for consideration for an additional academic term appointment.
Bowdoin embraces diversity in all forms, and the College is home to talented students, faculty and staff—with a variety of racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds; religious beliefs; and gender identities, among other factors.
We encourage applications from candidates committed to the support of an inclusive campus community and those who will enrich and contribute to the College’s multifaceted diversity. We value a community in which individuals of all backgrounds are warmly welcomed and encouraged to succeed.
Founded in 1794, Bowdoin has maintained its commitment to the liberal arts for well over 200 years. Bowdoin’s reputation as a preeminent liberal arts college rests on the excellence of its faculty, students, and staff; intimate size; strong sense of community; and connections to the people, history, and natural beauty of Maine.
Bowdoin’s campus is situated in a beautiful natural setting. Located in Brunswick, Maine, a town of approximately 20,000, the College is a short drive from the Maine coast, twenty-five miles from Portland and 120 miles from Boston.
Shift Employment Category Full Time Academic Year FTE 0.73 Benefits Eligible Yes Pay Type Salaried Background Check Package Requirements Faculty/Administrative Is driving a vehicle (e.g. Bowdoin vehicle or off road vehicle, rental car, personal car) an essential function of this job? No Is a pre-placement physical required for this position? No Posting Date 12/23/2021 Applications Accepted Until Open Until Filled Yes Type of Posting Internal/External Special Instructions to Applicants EEO Information
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