Job Details
Staff Psychologist
BGSU Main Campus
Ends at 11:59 pm Bowling Green, OH local time

Psychologists provide culturally competent counseling and psychological services to students enrolled at BGSU, as well as consultation with faculty, staff, families, and others who may be concerned about students.  Services may include individual, group, and couples counseling; crisis intervention; consultation; outreach and psychoeducation; referral; and liaison activities.  Psychologists also provide training and supervision for mental health trainees who are providing services at the Counseling Center.  Psychologists typically serve as a liaison between the Counseling Center and one or more campus areas.

Please note the work schedule for this position will be: Monday – Wednesday 10-7 and Thursday – Friday 8-5.  The hours after 5pm will be in residence halls to provide consultation to Residence Life staff and psychoeducational counseling to students. 

Clinical services

  • Provide culturally competent psychotherapy and counseling for individuals, groups, and/or couples
  • Provide on-call (crisis) and walk-in services
  • Engage in clinical consultation with students

Outreach, consultation, and liaison services

  • Engage in third-party consultation with faculty, staff, families, students, and others about mental health concerns impacting students
  • Facilitate and/or coordinate outreach and psychoeducational programming
  • Perform liaison activities – work collaboratively with staff in offices outside the Counseling Center to identify student needs and develop, provide, and/or coordinate mental health services to meet those needs.  May be assigned to specific functional areas.

Supervision and training

  • Provide clinical supervision for Counseling Center trainees, who are enrolled in graduate programs in mental health fields and are providing counseling services to students
  • Facilitate training seminars and programs for Counseling Center trainees

Administration and support

  • Coordinate or oversee various activities and/or functions in the Center (e.g., group services, outreach programming, training experiences, electronic record-keeping systems)
  • Complete documentation and case management
  • Provide service to the Counseling Center, Division of Student Affairs, and University by participating in committee work
  • Engage in professional development activities



Minimum Qualifications
PsyD or Ph.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology required.  Successful candidate must have required degree conferred at the time of application. 

The following experience is required:

  • At least one year of university counseling center experience (doctoral internship year is acceptable).

Licenses, Certifications or Registrations required:

  • Eligible for licensure as a Psychologist in the State of Ohio within six months of hire. Maintenance of licensure as a Psychologist in the State of Ohio throughout employment period.

Special Application Requirement Instructions:

Your application must include an additional document that describes your experience and training in work with diverse populations. Your discussion should display explicitly the manner in which multicultural/diversity issues influence your clinical practice and case conceptualization.  When uploading this document, please uploaded the document type as 'other'.  If this statement is not uploaded, your application will not be considered fully submitted.  


Full-time, Administrative staff position available. Administrative Pay Grade 357. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Full benefit package available.


Deadline to apply has been extended from April 1, 2021 to April 22, 2021.


Knowledge, Skills or Abilities

  • Strong clinical skills.
  • Ability to integrate knowledge of social justice, inclusion, oppression, privilege, and power into one’s professional practice.
  • Knowledge of the negative mental health impact of social injustices.
  • Ability to participate in activities that assess and communicate one’s understanding of inclusion, oppression, privilege, and power.
  • Ability to advocate on issues of social justice, oppression, privilege, and power that impact people based on local, national, and global interconnections.
  • Knowledge of ethics and laws pertaining to the practice of psychology in the State of Ohio.
  • Strong clinical supervision skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and consult as needed.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
PhD ( or equivalent)
Fiscal Year
Full Time
Cover Letter, Resume