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Counseling Psychologist II - Job # 201202142884
The UCR Counseling Center is seeking a full-time Counseling Psychologist II to become part of a diverse team of mental health professionals to provide psychological service to the UCR campus. UCR is committed to providing an inclusive environment that attracts a workforce which mirrors the diversity of campus, which is ranked 4th in the nation as most diverse. Within this exciting environment, rich with growth opportunities, the counseling psychologist provides individual, couple, and group therapy to UCR students; crisis intervention services; consults with students, staff, and faculty; makes presentations; provides intern supervision/training; and serves on University committees. To learn more about the benefits of working at UCR, visit http://jobs.ucr.edu
Ph.D./Psy.D. in clinical or counseling psychology, or Masters in counseling or social work. California Psychologist license, LMFT, or LCSW.
Demonstrated experience providing short-term individual, couple and group therapy. Demonstrated experience conducting intake assessments, emergency assessments and providing crisis intervention. Knowledge of the developmental issues of college student populations.
Training and experience in counseling interventions and outreach programs to one of the following student populations: African American, Asian American, Latino/Latina, LBGT, International, or Native American. Knowledge of multicultural issues impacting the counseling process.
Demonstrated ability to do effective and interactive outreach. Demonstrated experience providing outreach programs in area of specialty and general mental health topics. Demonstrated experience training paraprofessionals in basic helping skills. Demonstrated ability to effectively use interpersonal skills while representing the department on-campus and to external units.
Demonstrated knowledge of professional standards, relevant laws and accreditation standards for University Counseling Centers
Ability to develop innovative approaches for preventative and developmental interventions
Knowledge and ability to use computer applications, including on-line information technology and electronic recordkeeping.
Ability to work under pressure.
Demonstrated experience working as a team.
Knowledge of and /or experience interpreting psychological and vocational tests.
Excellent presentation and training skills.
Ability to develop innovative approaches for preventative and developmental interventions.
Interest and experience working with Residence Hall community.
Knowledge of stress management.
UC Riverside is a research university offering undergraduate and graduate education to 18,000 students and has a projected enrollment of 21,000 students by 2010. To learn more about the campus visit www.ucr.edu To learn more about the Counseling Center at UCR visit: counseling.ucr.edu
The 1,112-acre, park-like campus located in the heart of inland Southern California is in a community steeped in rich heritage, offering a dynamic mix of arts and entertainment and an opportunity for affordable living. Sixty miles east of Los Angeles, the campus is also within an hourís drive of Southern California beaches, mountain ski resorts and desert parks and reserves.
Required Application Materials
Please file application through UCRís Human Resources Department. Electronic filing only. Begin by visiting: http://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_detail&requisition_id=201202142884&profile_id=&module=jobs Include in the application material your letter of interest, a current CV, and contact information for four clinical references.
Review of applications will begin May 9, 2012. The position will remain open until filled.
July 2012 (negotiable)
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