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University of Massachusetts Boston
University of Massachusetts Boston
The Staff Psychologists within University Health Services will provide high-quality, time-effective, evidence-based and culturally responsive clinical services, including: triage; emergency and crisis intervention services; referrals and evaluations; as well as individual, couples and group counseling and psychotherapy. The Staff Psychologists will also: provide consultation with faculty and staff and provide outreach to the community; produce and maintain excellent and timely clinical records and participate in quality management activities, in accordance with University Health Services policy; manage caseload so as to serve the maximum number of students who are appropriate for services at the UHS Counseling Center; consult with and/or make timely and appropriate referrals to other professional staff of the University Health Services, as well as to other departments on- or off-campus, as appropriate; serve as consultant and resource person for faculty and other University staff about counseling services available to UMass Boston students and related topics; conduct culturally-competent outreach efforts for students and evaluate their effectiveness; participate in the development of programming to meet changing student needs and requests; participate in the development and maintenance of accurate and comprehensive referral files; serve as liaison with faculty and other University personnel in order to be informed of and participate in campus activities which might be supportive of studentsí needs; maintain statistical records and submits as required, reports on activities; serve as back-up for other staff members, as necessary, such as by authorizing involuntary commitment for an evaluation for hospitalization or providing coverage; keep current on clinical practice and supervision practices relevant to this setting, including risk management; provide high-quality and culturally-competent supervision of trainees; author and/or participate in the submission, implementation and evaluation of grant proposals and carrying out research projects and in-service training; present at professional conferences and/or publish in peer reviewed journals on topics related to Counseling Center population and trends; and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Earned doctorate from an APA accredited program in counseling or clinical psychology and an APA accredited internship or doctorate in similar field; licensure as a psychologist and certification as a health service provider in the state of Massachusetts; three-five years of experience in delivering evidence-based and culturally-competent evaluation and treatment (triage, crisis and emergency intervention, assessment, referral, and consultation), as well as focused individual, couples, and group counseling and therapy; three-five years of experience in a university counseling center/service and/or experience providing services through the continuum of care (i.e., inpatient, partial hospital and outpatient); one-two years of experience in teaching and training clinicians; demonstrated effectiveness in outreach to traditionally underserved populations; demonstrated commitment to best practices within the profession and within the college aged population; membership and participation/involvement in relevant professional organizations; excellent verbal and written communication skills; timely and high-quality clinical documentation; demonstrated ability to functionally use standard office productivity software such as Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and demonstrated ability to flexibly manage the professional demands of a challenging caseload while maintaining positive and healthy perspectives and relationships; and capacity to relate effectively and harmoniously with students, faculty, staff and administrators, within the organizational and administrative structure of a university counseling center, University Health Services and academic departments.
Preferred Qualifications: Specialty training and experience in areas relevant to the UMass Boston student population; experience with issues of commuter students and/or residential life; involvement in efforts to increase student retention, persistence and graduation; training in disaster mental health; familiarity with an electronic medical record; and experience in accreditation process and maintenance, such as APA, AAAHC, JCAHO, or IACS.
Normal Hiring Range: $60,530-$82,500
Please apply online with your resume, cover letter and list of three professional references: http://umb.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=40634. Review of candidates will begin following the application closing date of July 16, 2013.
The University of Massachusetts Boston (www.umb.edu) is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX Employer.
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