The UofL Counseling Center has two, 10-month Graduate Assistantship positions available for the 2022-2023 academic year. Both positions will consist of 20 hour work weeks at the UofL Counseling Center.
Eligible candidates for this assistantship must be currently enrolled in a clinically focused mental health graduate program at UofL, in good standing, and have successfully completed two years of practicum experience that entailed clinical mental health work under direct supervision.
Job description: Each Graduate Assistant is required to split their time between outreach duties and clinical service to the student population based on center needs. Outreach duties include co-coordinating the center’s outreach efforts and activities under the supervision of a licensed staff member. All requests for outreach programming are either fulfilled by these GA positions or they coordinate with the center’s licensed staff and practicum trainees to respond to outreach requests. Together, they also maintain the center’s social media accounts and sit on the Social Media Committee. Clinical service duties include seeing clients in individual and couples therapy under the direct supervision of a licensed staff member and, when possible, co-leading groups with a licensed staff member.
The graduate assistantship runs from August 1st, 2022, to May 31st, 2023 and adheres to University policy.
If you are interested in applying for this assistantship, please email a letter of interest, your CV, two letters of recommendation (one from most recent clinical supervisor), and an unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. If you have any questions about this position please contact Dr. Meghana Suchak.