Admission requirements include completion of all professional doctoral degree requirements in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA/CPA-accredited program as well as a pre-doctoral internship meeting APA, APPIC or CAPPIC standards. We will give preference to candidates with demonstrated training and experience in family therapy and/or behavioral medicine. Successful candidates commonly have previous experience in primary care settings.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates are especially sought after. Candidates who show enthusiasm for working in a diverse workforce with a very diverse patient population are sought. Minority and candidates with disabilities are urged to apply.
Information for Applicants
The salary is $40,000 ($42,000 the second year). Fellows are employees of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and receive the same benefits package as medical residents. This includes three weeks vacation, low cost individual or family health plan, disability and life insurance and, as well as a $750/year educational allowance to help with licensure materials or other types of educational materials/travel. Applications will be accepted until January 5th or until the position is filled, whichever comes first. Early submission improves a candidate’s chances. Interviews will be in January 2014. A few candidates will be selected for on-site interviews and if you are selected you are highly encouraged to come on-site.
Onsite interviews will take place on January 15th and January 23rd. (The weather-related back up dates will be January 22nd (for the 15th) and January 30th (for the 23rd).
The start date is July 1 though this can be delayed if the candidate we select is not available until September. The fellow will be invited to an orientation program developed for the incoming medical residents and first year post-doctoral fellow to orient them to the University of Massachusetts, the training environment, expectations and policies and procedures. This occurs the last week of June. The month of July is largely reserved for a variety of orientation activities.
Interested applicants are invited to review our full benefits guide as well as our policies and procedures manual.
A letter stating interest, a CV and three letters of recommendation constitute an application. We prefer that these be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be mailed to Amy Green, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, 55 Lake Ave, N., Worcester MA 01655.