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Full-time FULL_TIME ; posted: Monday, May 2 2022


Easterseals Rehabilitation Center

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Dr. James Schroeder


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The Easterseals Rehabilitation Center is seeking Psychologists for the next phase of our program expansion - a partnership with the University of Evansville to provide further services in our outpatient clinic as well as on the UE campus. We are seeking candidates with a strong base of clinical experience in therapy and assessment to work with youth and adults with diverse backgrounds and needs. Successful candidates will also have interest and expertise in training, to serve as a faculty member in our Internship in Clinical Psychology and the Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical & Developmental Psychology. 

As a means of creating an environment rich in knowledge, authenticity, and empathy, the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center and the University of Evansville actively seek to recruit and retain diverse faculty members over the long-term.

Outstanding billing and administrative support is provided in a warm and supportive environment with flexible work hours and no evenings or weekends, or on-call responsibilities. There is a significant organizational and departmental focus on promoting flourishing, innovation, collegiality, personal/professional balance, and long-term stability.

The Easterseals Rehabilitation Center is a longstanding nonprofit organization in Evansville, Indiana, with an excellent reputation in the community for service and expertise. The Department of Psychology & Wellness has undergone a significant expansion to meet the community's tremendous need for services for youth with mental health and developmental difficulties. Focus is on increasing clinical services, continuing to expand a fully-functioning training program (including internship, fellowship, and psychiatric residency rotations), and developing innovative, effective community outreach programs.

The University of Evansville was founded in 1854 as Moores Hill Male and Female College in Moores Hill, Indiana, and was one of the first co-educational colleges in the United States. In 1917, the college relocated to Evansville and became Evansville College and, in 1967, the University of Evansville. UE is currently ranked #4 in the US News and World Report rankings of Midwest Comprehensive universities. It is committed to active learning and scholarship in a student-centered environment while offering a distinctive curriculum that is grounded in the liberal arts and sciences. In addition, the University offers a number of professional programs at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral level. The university enrolls nearly 2,500 students from 44 states and 52 countries, has been designated an Ashoka U Changemaker Campus, and has received national recognition for its dedication to international education. The university's program at Harlaxton College was ranked the #1 Study Abroad Program in the Nation by In 2021, the University of Evansville announced that it would create Southwest Indiana’s first Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program.

The Easterseals Rehabilitation Center offers a benefits package for full-time employees that includes:
• PayActiv. Gain access to a portion of your Earned Income before payday!
• Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
• 401k with company match
• Company-paid life insurance
• Vacation
• Paid holidays
• Short Term and Long Term Disability coverage
• Professional development fund
• Liability insurance coverage

Basic Responsibilities:

This position will provide psychology services to youth and adults with diverse backgrounds and needs, and will serve as a faculty member for the Internship in Clinical Psychology and the Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical & Developmental Psychology. More information about the internship can be found at the following link:  In addition, this position will have opportunities for supervision of other trainees, if desired.


Experience/Education Required: A Doctoral Degree in Clinical, Counseling, or Educational/School Psychology from an APA accredited University with an Indiana license to practice psychology and a designation as a Health Service Provider in Psychology. Supervisory experience preferred but not required.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

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