Postdoctoral Psychology Fellows

Counseling Center

Vacancy # 13E071-2
Position # TBD

The UNC Wilmington Counseling Center is pleased to announce two 12-month, full-time Postdoctoral Fellow positions beginning in August 2013.  Each fellow will have the opportunity to work in a collaborative campus environment while providing a full-range of services typical of a university counseling center located within Student Affairs.

Postdoctoral fellows will engage in activities including:

Fellows are expected to engage in services for a diverse client base and diverse campus organizations.  Respect for cultural, intellectual, psycho-social and interpersonal differences is expected to inform the Fellow’s practice.  In addition, depending on individual interests and Center needs, opportunities may also exist for additional administrative duties or structured experiences outside the Center to better understand the role and function of university psychologists within Student Affairs and the university community.

Fellows will receive training and supervision designed to prepare them for a broad range of roles within a university counseling center and professional psychology.  The program is intended to provide the experience required for licensure in North Carolina and in most states (2000 hours).  Fellows are encouraged to be attentive to the requirements of the Licensure Boards for the locales in which they plan to practice. 

Postdoctoral fellows will receive a minimum of 2 hours of clinical supervision per week while engaging in training seminars, case conferences and other staff activities.  Applicants must have completed an APA-accredited counseling or clinical psychology doctoral program including an accredited internship and completed dissertation prior to beginning the Fellowship.  If the doctoral degree is not noted on the transcript, a letter from the selected Fellow’s Program Director attesting to completion of all degree requirements with a degree conferral date will be acceptable on a case specific basis.  

The stipend for the Fellowship year is $30,000; a Professional Development stipend of $300 (to assist with workshop/conference/and related expenses) is also provided.

Start date:  August 1, 2013; later start date is possible (as negotiated). 

Fellows will receive annual paid time-off during the year (including 12 vacation days, 12 days sick leave, and most University holidays) pending their required training hours for licensure and coverage duties.  Fellows receive the faculty/staff health benefits package and will have access to university facilities and services comparable to other faculty and staff.

Priority consideration will be given to those completed applications received by March 29, 2013; however applications will be accepted until successful candidates are identified. To apply, please complete the online application process available at Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF attachments are required.   A letter of interest including a statement of goals for the Fellowship; a current vita; contact information for four (4) academic or professional references (one of which should be the primary pre-doctoral internship clinical supervisor) should be attached to the online application.

An official graduate transcript noting degree completion or if permitted by the Fellowship Coordinator, a statement of degree requirement completion provided by the candidate’s Academic Program Director, is required.  When statements are accepted, an official transcript will be required as soon as the degree is noted on the transcript.   

Transcripts should be mailed to:

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program Coordinator
Counseling Center
UNC Wilmington
601 S. College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5937

For questions regarding the online application process, contact Ann Glossl ( or 910-962-3117).  For questions or additional information about the Postdoctoral Fellowship, or to send official transcripts via email, contact Lynne Reeder ( or 910-962-3746).

The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS).

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. 

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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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