Job #: 1514
The Staff Psychologist is a full time professional position reporting to the Director of the Student Counseling Center. The Student Counseling Center seeks a dynamic individual who is committed to a developmental philosophy of counseling which includes consultation, supervision, training and outreach activities.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Offer direct psychotherapy services to undergraduate and graduate/professional student clients including intake, urgent walk-in, individual, group and couples counseling
- Individual and team supervision and training of advanced doctoral level practicum trainees (PsyD)
- Occasional rotating on-call crisis consultation for evenings, weekends and holidays when Director is unavailable to take call (infrequent).
- Maintenance of appropriate clinical documentation and scheduling within Titanium Scheduler
- Participate in weekly staff meetings and clinical consultation meetings
- Participate in division or university-wide committees, meetings, and events
- Develop collaborative relationships with various campus organizations (e.g. Student Health, Intercollegiate Athletics, Residence Life, Graduate Student Services, Learning Support Services, International Programs)
- Offer consultation to faculty, staff, and family members regarding students in emotional distress
- Development and implementation of outreach programs and workshops designed to foster students’ academic and life success
- Participate in collection of accurate client data and provide assistance to Director in the preparation of statistical reports
- Work with Director in development/review of agency policy and procedures, and protocols for client and emergency management
- Must be able to provide routine evening and occasional weekend services. Schedule established collaboratively, but primary consideration is clinic service delivery and adequate coverage which requires flexibility and episodic changes to schedule.
SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: Perform other related duties as assigned.
JOB SCOPE: Performs duties independently, operating from specific policies and procedures. Complies with legal and ethical standards governing psychological practice (in accord with the State of Oregon, Professional Licensing Board and the American Psychological Association). Decisions are made within general university policy constraints yet occasionally require independent decision making.
SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITY: Job has no employee/administrative supervisory responsibility
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- Licensed as a Psychologist in the State of Oregon (if licensed in state other than Oregon, must transfer/establish license in Oregon within first year of employment to retain position)
- Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology
JOB SCOPE: Scope falls within essential functions. No budget authority. Oversight of special projects on occasion in collaboration with colleagues and director.
SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITY: No administrative supervisory responsibility
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES & BEHAVIORS:
a) Experience in a university/college counseling center
b) Demonstrable experience in and commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity, and commitment to ongoing development of multicultural competence
c) Expertise in one or more of the following treatment areas: anxiety management, substance abuse, anger management, eating disorders, provision of services to population with diverse needs, experience working with clients exhibiting persistent mental illness.
d) Evidence of skill in offering clinical supervision to graduate level students
e) Evidence of skill in addressing mental health emergencies
f) Evidence of skill in offering consultation to faculty, staff and students
g) Ability to assist in needs assessment and outcome evaluations
h) Communicates with students, faculty, staff and the public appropriate to the age of the individual served.
i) Builds on basic learning and carries it from one situation to another.
j) Demonstrates critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision-making.
k) Asks questions and seeks assistance.
l) Takes responsibility to eliminate the source of problems.
m) Demonstrates confidentiality regarding information pertaining to all students, faculty and staff.
n) Maintains proper appearance and personal conduct for the employee’s particular job.
o) Uses effective communication skills taking into consideration body language, filters, listening, paraphrasing, and questions with customers of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
p) Demonstrates ability to work in a team environment.
- General office/clinic environment. Routine evening and occasional weekend hours required.
- The staff psychologist is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions (typical office or administrative work).
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES: __Climbing __Balancing __Stooping __Kneeling __Crouching __Crawling __Reaching __Standing __Walking __Pushing __Pulling __Lifting __Fingering __Grasping __Feeling _X_Talking _X_Hearing __Repetitive motion
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: _X_Sedentary work __Light work __Medium work __Heavy work __Very Heavy work __Visual acuity
APPLICATION: Please send applications materials electronically. Include cover letter, CV, and names and phone numbers of three professional references to BOTH: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your name and “Application for Staff Psychologist” in the subject line. We are filling an unexpected vacancy, and prefer a start date January 9, 2017 at the latest. Priority review will be given to applications received by November 14, 2016 and initial telephone interviews will be scheduled starting November 16.
Application materials will be screened and interview candidates will be selected and notified. The hiring process normally consists of several interviews and can last several weeks depending on the position. Employment is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States and successful completion of a background check. If the position is posted on our job board at http://www.pacificu.edu/hr/employment/positions/index.cfm it is an available position and you may apply. No phone calls please.
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