2024-2025 Academic Year

  • Campus: University of Colorado Boulder
  • City/State: Boulder, Colorado
  • Position Type: University Staff
  • Full/Part Time: Full Time
  • Background Check Required: Yes
  • Start Date: August 5, 2024

Job Summary

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) invites applications for two, one-year full-time Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowships. These positions are for candidates who have completed all of their doctoral graduate work in Clinical or Counseling Psychology and who need supervised psychotherapy experience to obtain licensure. The positions provide direct clinical services and campus community outreach.

Candidates are encouraged to apply to one or more of three training tracks:

  • Clinical services with a triage and crisis care focus 
  • Clinical services with a focus on supporting Residence Life through counselor-in-residence services
  • Clinical services with a diversity, equity and inclusion focus

Applicants are encouraged to apply for the track that best fits their interest and skills. Applicants may apply for more than one track if they desire. Additional details about each track will be included in the job posting.

All postdoctoral fellows will gain experience providing services to the university student community. Primary areas of service include: brief/triage screening services, intake, group psychotherapy, brief individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention and case management. Opportunities for hybrid work schedules are available.

Start Date, Stipend and Benefits

The state date for these positions is August 5, 2024 and will end one year after the start date. Positions are a 40-hour/week, Mon-Fri commitment. Annual salary is $53,500. As CU employees, fellows are eligible for additional benefits including health insurance and retirement benefits, funds to support professional development, an RTD pass for public transit and generous PTO and holidays.

Application Instructions

To apply, please submit the following materials through the posting on the CU jobs website. The live job posting link will be available in early- to mid-November. Applications will close Jan. 1, 2024.

  1. A cover letter which specifically addresses each of the job requirements and preferred qualifications, your goals for your post-doctoral experience, the tracks to which you are applying and your interest in the track(s)
  2. A current CV

Apply online

Questions may be directed to jonathan.mitchell-1@colorado.edu or call the Counseling and Psychiatric Services office at 303-492-2277