Loyola Marymount University Psychologist in Los Angeles, California
Requisition Number: 0170551
Position Type: Staff
Division: Student Affairs
Department: Student Psychological Services
Organizational Unit: Student Psychological Services
HR Classification Title: Psychologist
Work Status: Part-time Temp
Hours Per Week: 15-30
Days of Week: M-F
Specific Work Schedule:
Posting Options: Internal and External
Reporting to the Director of Student Psychological Services, this position will provide services and programs to include: a) Clinical Services; b) Consultation, Outreach, Prevention and Education Services; c) Training,Supervision and Research
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Provide psychological services (assessment, psychotherapy, crisis and disaster management) to a diverse clientele of individuals and couples whose problems may vary from general developmental concerns to more severe psychological disturbances. Make referrals when appropriate.
Collaborate with the consulting psychiatrist, Student Health Center staff and other Student Affairs personnel to provide coordinated comprehensive psychological and treatment to students.
Provide consultation and guidance to Student Affairs staff, academic departments, and other University entities regarding individual student cases, community issues, and emergency situations. Communicate effectively and with sensitivity to a broad spectrum of individuals, students, faculty, staff and parents.
Demonstrate personal, professional and ethical qualities consistent with the standards of the Student Psychological Service center and California licensure requirements. Demonstrate ability to promote collaborative working relationships
Serve on divisional or university communities at the request of the Director.
Perform other duties as assigned or requested.
Counseling experience in higher education environment preferred. Minimum of two years experience in direct psychological service delivery preferred. Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse socioeconomic, cultural, religious, ethnic and academic backgrounds of college students.
Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of clinical or counseling psychology. Knowledge of laws and ethical principles related to the practice of psychology. Knowledge of human development, especially adolescent and young adult development, diversity and cultural competency. Assessment and diagnostic competency. Embrace the university’s mission and values. Knowledge of evidence based interventions.
Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral)evidenced by background in preparing comprehensive reports and summaries. Ability to work collegiality on a broad range of projects with the faculty, staff and students in work that leads to quality improvement and promotes excellence.Strong work ethic.
Highly developed organizational skills.
Demonstrated computer competency and knowledgeable about social media,electronic records and other relevant computer systems preferred.
- A PHD and/or PsyD in Psychology. Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Masters in Social Work.
Licensed California Psychologist
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Physical Demands (if applicable)
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Salary Grade Minimum:
Salary Grade Midpoint:
Posting Date 10/05/2017
Application Deadline Date:
List of References
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