Qualified applicants must possess a doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology. Preference will be given to applicants who have graduated from an APA-accredited doctoral program and/or completed an APA-accredited internship. Current licensure in California as a Psychologist is preferred. If unlicensed, must become licensed within 24 months of employment. If licensed within another state, must obtain licensure in California within one year.
Minimum of one year of experience that demonstrates the ability to work with students in need of services, utilizing professional counseling techniques and strategies to meet the needs of a student body with varied backgrounds, cultures, gender identities, ages, sexual orientations, and other diverse qualities. Minimum of one year of clinical experience in a university or college counseling center is preferred. Demonstrated generalist clinical therapeutic and diagnostic skills. Demonstrated ability to provide brief psychotherapy and group psychoeducational workshops. Demonstrated knowledge and experience in clinical case management with complex clients; crisis intervention, suicide assessment, and intervention. Demonstrated sensitivity to multicultural issues and proven ability to interact with diverse individuals and groups. Demonstrated interest, experience, and ability to work with and support one or more of the following: Middle Eastern students, Sexual Assault Recovery, and/or Men’s Issues. Demonstrated experience in providing outreach on a variety of topics. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals. Demonstrated ability to actively contribute to a positive working environment by exhibiting solution-focused, positive, cooperative, and flexible behavior. Effective written and oral communication skills.
At time of appointment, the successful candidate, if not a U.S. citizen, must have authorization from the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services to work in the United States.