The Clinical Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship is a full-time one-year academic, on-campus
position for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Post-Doctoral fellow works as a post-doctoral
teaching assistant and clinical supervisor under the supervision of Licensed Clinical Psychologists
employed at the Institute of Psychological Sciences at Divine Mercy University. Duties of a Post-
Doctoral Fellow include a combination of the following activities: co-teaching doctoral level
psychology courses, participating on a research team, supervising students in the IPS training clinic
both with ongoing psychotherapy and individual psychological assessments, and administrative
duties as assigned. The post-doctoral fellowship is also a training opportunity and as such the post-
doctoral fellow will have opportunities for additional clinical hours and training supervised by a
Licensed Clinical Psychologist. They will also participate in advanced training in DBT and other areas
of interest for the fellow and as needed by IPS. Applicants must be graduates of an APA-accredited
doctoral program in clinical psychology, eligible for licensure as a clinical psychologist in Virginia,
and be working towards passing the clinical psychology licensing examinations.
Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts for all post-secondary
education, letters of reference from two higher education professionals, and a cover letter of
interest that addresses the applicant’s experience and compatibility with the DMU program and
mission by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applicants is ongoing until
positions are filled. Salary is competitive. The position begins August 1, 2019.
Divine Mercy University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, actively committed to increasing
diversity within its community. As required by the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as
amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, DMU does not discriminate against
applicants on the basis of age, race, sex, religion, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or disability.