Applicants who have completed an APA accredited internship and who have previous college counseling experience are preferred. Out of state applicants are encouraged to apply. An interview is required. Additionally, the strongest applicants will possess the following qualifications:
Effectiveness and experience in working in interdisciplinary clinical and educational settings.
Able to provide comprehensive mental health evaluations.
Able to recognize areas of competency and limitations.
Able to work form an interdisciplinary model.
Demonstrated competence and commitment to diversity and inclusion and clear ability to be an effective partner with diverse students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Demonstrated commitment to providing culturally proficient clinical services to diverse and underrepresented populations (e.g. BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, students from low-income backgrounds, undocumented students, first-generation college students, and/or international students) reflecting an understanding of the ways in which race, ethnic identity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, privilege, and oppression affect clinical work and college student identity development.
Possess knowledge of applicable laws, ethical standards, and practice guidelines.
Experience with short term therapy, crisis intervention, and diagnostic issues common in a college environment.
Professionalism including punctuality, organization, timely and accurate documentation, and effective and professional verbal and written communication skills.
Models professionalism and excellence and inspires confidence in others via interpersonal manner and expertise.
Ability to establish effective working relationships, professional rapport, and effectively accomplish work within a University setting that includes a wide array of individuals, groups, policies, and processes.
Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with individuals and organizations within and outside the University.
Ability to effectively utilize electronic medical/counseling records, Microsoft Office, and other software programs.
Ability to learn, understand, and respect the University’s mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, and service and leadership.