Description: Responsibilities will include: intake interviews; brief individual therapy, couples, and group therapy; triage and crisis coverage; diagnostic assessment; treatment planning; documentation of clinical work; professional consultation; provision of supervision to a practicum student.


65% direct service per week:

0-4 hours group therapy

1.5 hours provision of supervision

4 hours on-call

13-20 hours individual and couples therapy


35% other assigned duties:

1.5 hours staff meeting

1 hour individual supervision

1 hour consultation group

1 hour psychiatric consult

Remaining time spent: in-service training, staff development, other consultation groups, committees, clinical note writing and licensure prep.


Compensation: Annual Salary of $40,000 plus medical, dental and vision benefits.

$750 for professional development funds that can be used for trainings or EPPP prep materials.

20 days of vacation/sick/personal leave.

9 university holidays.

5 professional development days to use for attending trainings, licensure prep, and job interviews.


Training: Supervision will be provided in accordance with residency requirements in Oregon.


Required Qualifications:

Ph. D. or Psy. D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program. Degree must be conferred by start date.

Successful completion of an APPIC-accredited internship.

Dissertation successfully defended by August 1, 2018.

Degree conferred by start date.

A demonstrated commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.

Incumbents must successfully complete a Criminal Background Check and be deemed fit for duty at placement and while serving in the position.


Preferred Qualifications:

Completion of an internship in an APA-accredited counseling center.

Experience providing primary clinical supervision of a doctoral-level practicum student.


To Apply

Applications are not being accepted at this time. Please contact Ozge Akcali at with questions.