Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln under the management of Nebraska Medicine is recruiting a full-time licensed (or license eligible) psychologist to join our dynamic, collaborative, and growing psychology services team. Focus of this position can include provision of individual and group counseling; crisis management; assessment; consultation and outreach; and provision of supervision of doctoral interns. Applicants with interest in coordinating the CAPS assessment program and providing supervision around assessment are encouraged to apply.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) is a land grant and comprehensive public institution. The population served by CAPS is the UNL student body. Our campus is home to 25,260 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. UNL draws students from all 50 states and over 130 foreign countries.
Lincoln, the capital city of Nebraska, is the largest campus of the state's four campus University system. Lincoln has an excellent educational system and according to Zero Population Growth, is in the top 20 least stressful cities in the nation for children. The city has a thriving economy. Cost of living compares well to other cities, about 10 to 12 percent below the national average. Lincoln has the most city park land per capita in the United States, with 10 lakes and over 98 miles of bike paths and trails. Lincoln has been cited for its excellent transportation and commitment to the arts and culture, as well as for its low crime rate, good educational facilities, and recreational opportunities. With a population of approximately 269,000 Lincoln offers the benefits of metropolitan living and the advantages of a small-town lifestyle.
Nebraska Medicine offers a competitive salary and benefit package.
Provide evidence-based psychological services (e.g., evaluation, diagnosis, consultation and treatment) to patients within the organization and affiliated institutions using a biopsychosocial approach in concert with other members of the patient's health care team for the purpose of preventing or eliminating symptomatic, maladaptive, or undesired behavior and/or facilitating adaptation to physical illness, accident, or injury.