Staff Psychologist - Training Coordinator

**Revised and Reposted**

Counseling Center

Vacancy # 13E100
Position # 0306

The University of North Carolina Wilmington Counseling Center seeks to fill a staff position for a Training Coordinator which requires both strong administrative and organizational skills in addition to well developed client/direct service skills.  The successful candidate will have a generalist orientation, be multiculturally competent and affirming as well as possess experience in providing services which support the mission of an active university counseling center.

This position manages the Center’s re-emerging training program including a post-doctoral fellowship program and other training opportunities.  The Training Coordinator reports to the Counseling Center Director and works with the Associate Director and staff to offer a comprehensive training program.  Additional duties will include individual and group counseling services; outreach programming; crisis intervention / on-call rotation; consultation; assessment; and other administrative duties, as assigned.

Requirements: A doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology; three years of postdoctoral experience (including clinical training duties, direct clinical service,  clinical supervision, administrative or teaching responsibilities); experience providing clinical supervision; and current licensure or eligibility for psychology licensure in the state of North Carolina.

Applicants should highlight their experience providing or managing graduate, pre-professional or professional training in psychology and demonstrate their knowledge of clinical training.  Three years of clinical experience in a university counseling center setting (including practica, internships, and post- doctoral fellowships) is preferred.  Additional interest and expertise in multicultural concerns, mood regulation, anxiety management, clinical supervision, groups, or mind-body principles is desired.

The successful candidate should possess and exhibit an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups; a commitment to actively engage in practice with diverse populations (racial/ethnic, LGBT, ability, gender, SES, etc.); interpersonal flexibility with a good sense of humor; an understanding of the importance of work- life balance; and an understanding of the developmental perspective of counseling and clinical services with clients in a collegiate setting.

Salary is competitive and the position includes a full benefits package.  Priority consideration will be given to applications received by received by May 24, 2013; however, applications will be accepted until a successful candidate is identified.  To apply, please complete the online application process available on the Web at A letter of application highlighting relevant experiences and fit with the position, a current vita, and contact information for at least four professional references should be attached to the online application - not e-mailed or mailed.  MS Word or Adobe PDF attachments are required. For questions regarding the online application process contact Ann Glossl ( or 910-962-3117).  For questions regarding the position, you may contact Dr. Lynne Reeder ( or 910-962-3746)

Under North Carolina law, applications and related materials are confidential personnel documents and not subject to public release. Criminal background checks will be conducted on finalists prior to offers of employment.

UNCW is a premier comprehensive undergraduate university with a rapidly growing campus community of approximately 13,500 students. The campus is located 5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean in southeastern North Carolina.

UNC Wilmington actively fosters a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and is an equal-opportunity employer. Qualified men and women from all racial, ethnic or other minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

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