Salary & Benefits
We offer a competitive salary, plenty of time off to enjoy Michigan’s great attractions, and a collegial learning environment. Here are the salary, benefits, and fun activities you will find at your Hurley fellowship:
- Competitive salary: $52,396
- Ample vacation time: 27 days (including personal and vacation time)
- Sick leave: 6 days
- National conference attendance OR resource money for computers, tablets, books, study materials or exam fees: $1250
- Affordable insurance for self or family - including spouses and dependent children, biological or otherwise: health, dental, vision
- Meal cards for cafeteria and coffee shop: $800
- Health Insurance
- Dental Program
- Optical Program
- Life Insurance
- 1:1 formal supervision and multiple informal supervision points
- Group supervision
- Lab coats & lab-coat laundering
- Business cards
- Library on site with 24-hour access
- Exercise room and relaxation room on site with 24-hour access
- Free parking
- Individual lockers and mailboxes
- Shared office with other rehabilitation psychology fellow
- Diverse patient population and multicultural environment
- Clinical instructor/faculty appointment with Michigan State University
- Opportunities for committee involvement
- Qualified for positions in roles spanning clinician, teacher, scholar, supervisor, and administrator upon graduation
- Active Housestaff Association, with soccer teams, bowling, skiing and picnics for all trainees at Hurley
Quality of Life
To promote wellness and add to your longevity in the field, we encourage fellows to take part in activities that give you energy and rejuvenation. Michigan and the Flint area provide plenty of opportunities:
- Detroit is just an hour away, with professional sports teams, casinos, world-class museums, restaurants and theater.
- The Flint and Genesee County area itself also has a lively cultural center, downtown, lots of festivals and nationally recognized farmers’ markets.
- Many of Michigan’s natural wonders are just a short drive away, whether it’s a walk, swim or ski trip at a state, county or local park in Southeast Michigan, antiquing in a nearby small town, or a day trip to one of Michigan’s Great Lakes.
- Check the Resident Life section of our website for more options on how to spend your leisure time.