Clinical Assistant Professors must (1) have a doctoral
degree in clinical psychology, counseling psychology or counseling from an APA
or CACREP accredited doctoral program; and (2) be licensed as a mental health
professional or psychologist in the state of Florida by May 2018.
Employment with the University of Florida is contingent upon the results of
a criminal background check.
The successful candidate will bring many of the following professional qualifications, skills, experience, and personal qualities: (1) experience working with college students and residence hall students and staff, (2) experience working in settings with more severe populations, (3) administrative and computer application skills required to effectively implement and maintain a case management and tracking system, (4) demonstrated skill in working well under pressure to prioritize and manage multiple clinical situations and to coordinate these efforts as a part of a multidisciplinary team, (5) energy to flexibly manage the professional demands of a challenging workload while maintaining positive and healthy perspectives and relationships; (6) experience working with other constituencies and partners in emergency crisis management situations; (7) able to understand and follow regulatory and ethical guidelines while providing effective consultation to other University leaders during crisis interventions; (8) collaborative spirit of warmth, kindness, acceptance, respect, honesty, and trust towards colleagues; (9) demonstrated sensitivity to multicultural issues and proven ability to interact with diverse individuals and groups; (10) self-motivated, self-directed commitment to the highest ethical and professional ideals and standards. Personal and professional integrity above reproach; (11) excellent oral and written communication skills, and (12) experience in college mental health, including crisis assessment, brief intervention, confidentiality requirements, and referral.