The University of Illinois at Chicago Counseling Center is excited to offer two Post-doctoral Fellow positions. These positions expand our commitment both to provide psychological services to UIC students and also to provide training for professionals who are becoming counseling or clinical psychologists.
The postdoctoral fellowship is designed for individuals who are interested in working in a counseling center with a diverse population of students, combining clinical work, supervision and training, outreach, and a more intensive project to develop depth as well as breadth of professional skills. While it is the responsibility of the Fellow to understand and track the requirements of the licensing regulations for whichever state licensure is sought, we have designed the fellowship to meet and/or exceed the necessary clinical activities and supervision required for licensure in the state of Illinois.
Supervision and Training Provided to the Post-doctoral Fellow
Compensation and Benefits
Annualized salary is $30,500. An additional $400 is available for professional development though approved conferences/activities. Fellows are eligible for benefits provided to academic professionals (e.g. health, dental and vision insurance for the postdoctoral fellow and their eligible dependents including same-sex domestic partners, life, accidental death and dismemberment, retirement, long-term care, and flexible spending accounts.) More information is available at: https://nessie.uihr.uillinois.edu/cf/benefits/index.cfm?Item_ID=2
In addition to 13 days of sick leave, 24 days of earned vacation, 3 days of professional leave, and university holidays are provided. Three hours a week of on-site licensure study time is allotted from May-August, and the center provides up-to-date AATBS licensure study volumes for your use.
Start and End Date
August 11, 2014 - August 10, 2015
For fullest consideration, submit the following materials by January 24, 2014: a letter of interest, a current vita, and three current letters of reference, as well as an official graduate transcript or letter from doctoral program chair attesting to anticipated completion date of doctoral degree.
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