Psychologist (101 views)

Indianapolis, IN
March 4, 2024
Counseling and Psychological Services

We are excited to be hiring for a Staff Psychologist at IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services!!!

We are a highly invested and multidisciplinary team valuing inclusivity, person-centered care, and ensuring we are prioritizing both staff and student well-being.  We’d love to have  you join us!


The Staff Psychologist provides direct clinical services to IUPUI students, participate in outreach and programming, contribute to clinical training, and serve the department, division, and university through consultation and participation in campus initiatives. Direct clinical service includes individual and group counseling, as well as assessment, evaluation, and testing. Contributions to clinical training may include didactic presentations, session observations, and clinical supervision of Master’s and Doctoral level graduate students in training. Additional service to the campus community includes training and participation in our campus “JagsCARE” (critical incident response) team. All staff are asked to contribute to the strategic planning of the Department through sharing their unique ideas and perspectives.

Campus Description:

IUPUI is an urban research university located near the center of downtown Indianapolis and was created in 1969 as a partnership by and between Indiana and Purdue Universities. IUPUI offers more than 550 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs from 17 degree granting schools of Indiana University and Purdue University. IUPUI is Indiana’s academic health sciences campus and emphasizes innovative collaborations, external partnerships, and commitment to diversity. IUPUI education is grounded in a foundation of community engagement, civic and service learning.

Student enrollment on the Indianapolis campus in spring 2023 was 24, 175 (16,060 undergraduate and 8115 graduate/professional students). BIPOC students represented >32% of enrolled students.

IUPUI has been nationally recognized for excellence in diversity, undergraduate teaching, and sustainability. IUPUI is the home of nationally-ranked programs in nursing and social work, and the first school of philanthropy in the world. Doctoral programs in professional practice include the School of Medicine, McKinney School of Law, and School of Dentistry.

In summer 2023, IUPUI’s commitment to build one of the nation’s premier urban research universities in Indianapolis took a historic step forward as trustees from both Indiana University and Purdue University approved a definitive agreement paving the way for IU to transition its operations at IUPUI, officially beginning as Indiana University Indianapolis July 1, 2024.  For more information about this exciting transition, please feel free to check out the following link: Vision 2024 

Region Description:

Indianapolis is among the 20 largest cities in the United States and the capital and economic hub of Indiana. Here you’ll find the headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, state and federal government offices, major health care systems, and half a dozen professional sports teams. More than 26 million people visit the Circle City each year, and it hosts over 600 conventions annually. IUPUI is blocks from all that downtown Indianapolis has to offer. Indianapolis is large enough to play host to the Indianapolis 500 (the largest single-day sporting event in the world), the 2012 Super Bowl, the world’s largest children’s museum, the Heartland Film Festival, Black Expo, the Circle City Classic, and Indy Jazz Fest. Indy is also small enough to personify small-town charm, with flavorful cultural districts, shopping, recreation, and a strong sense of community.

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment based on individual qualifications. Indiana University prohibits discrimination based on age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.


The staff psychologist must have a doctoral degree in psychology (PhD or PsyD) from an APA accredited program, completed a predoctoral internship that meets the licensure standards for the State of Indiana, and be licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Indiana within the first year of employment.

The staff psychologist must have completed clinical practicum placements, and predoctoral internship.


Experience working in a college counseling center or CMHC strongly preferred.


$80,000 – $88,000 (depending on licensure and experience).


  • Generous time-off.
  • Flexible scheduling options.
  • Comprehensive, high-value benefits, including health-care, parental leave, and retirement contributions.
  • On-going professional development and training opportunities.
  • Being part of a committed, connected, and affirming team culture.
  • Opportunities to work with clients using individualized time-frames and practice approaches.
  • Large individual office spaces, with windows!