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Staff Psychologist - 502155
University of Richmond • Richmond, VA
Posted 2 months ago
Staff Psychologist - 502155
The Staff Psychologist provides mental health, consultation, crisis intervention, training and outreach services at CAPS. This position will also provide most of the case management services for CAPS clients.
Direct Mental Health Services: Provide some individual and group psychotherapy; a significant portion of direct services will be providing brief screening appointments for new clients, encouraging them to make use of appropriate resources on- or off-campus, and following up with these clients periodically; perform crisis intervention and crisis consultation for the campus, including rotating on-call duty during evenings and weekends; provide mental health assessment and evaluation services; make reasonable adjustments to scheduled appointments to meet requests for services; follow CAPS policies and procedures; adhere to appropriate ethical and professional standards.
Case Management: Provide case management services for appropriate students (e.g., clients on the waitlist, clients who have been hospitalized). Keep accurate and timely records of appointments (e.g., intake notes, progress notes, termination summaries) using the online Titanium record-keeping software; maintain confidentiality of records; consult with other professionals as needed to coordinate treatment; participate in CAPS peer supervision meetings; consult with parents and on- and off-campus professionals with appropriate authorization; inform the Director as soon as possible of students who may be at serious risk
Consultation & Training: Provide consultation, education, and outreach services to faculty, staff, students and parents on developmental, mental health, and harm-reduction/prevention issues; prepare and provide training seminars to university groups (e.g., residence life staff; academic advisors; first-year students)
Other Duties: Attend CAPS staff meetings; cooperate with accountability and data collection systems; participate in University-wide and Division of Student Development programs; develop and maintain a network of effective working relationships with faculty and staff from other offices and departments; occasionally serve on search committees and other areas of university service; accept delegated responsibilities for special projects or committee assignments, as requested by the Director
- Outstanding interpersonal skills
- Ability to work flexibly and collaboratively as part of the CAPS staff team
- Demonstrated multicultural competencies
- Ability to form effective working relationships with individuals across lines of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, and sexual orientation
- Professional knowledge of adult and college student mental health issues
- Professional knowledge of mental health assessment
- Professional knowledge of suicide assessment, crisis assessment, crisis management and referral
- Knowledge of multicultural issues
- Knowledge of college student development issues
- Ability to read & complete clinical notes and records in a timely fashion using the computerized Titanium record-keeping system
- Ability to learn & use the computerized Titanium scheduling system for scheduling appointments, meetings and other activities
- Ability to learn and use word-processing and spreadsheet software.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or closely related field
- Licensed (or license-eligible) as a mental health professional in the State of Virginia
- If not yet licensed in Virginia, obtain license within 2 years of date of hire
- Maintain licensure through continuing professional education
- At least 3 years of experience providing mental health services to college students (5 or more years preferred)
- Experience and training in sports psychology
Preferred experiences include any of the following in addition to the minimum qualification above:
- 5 or more years working in a college or university counseling center
- Interest & experience in substance abuse issues
- Interest & experience in eating disorder issues
- Interest & experience working with underrepresented populations
- Interest & experience working with psychoeducational assessment
- Full-time, exempt position
- This position is classified as limited term with an anticipated end date of 06/30/21
- Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 7.75 hrs./day; 38.75 hrs./week
- Must be flexible to work early morning and/or evenings
Pay Grade 8 (Hiring Range $62,345.00 to $82,600.00 annually)
Located minutes from downtown Richmond, Virginia, the University of Richmond (www.richmond.edu) blends the intimacy of a small college with exceptional academic, research, and cultural opportunities usually found only at large institutions. Richmond offers a unique combination of undergraduate and graduate programs. Our School of Arts & Sciences anchors Richmond as a nationally ranked liberal arts university. A ranked business school, the nation's first school of leadership studies, a highly respected law school, a nationally recognized international education program and the community-focused School of Professional and Continuing Studies build on that strong foundation and make this university something unique.
UR is committed to developing a diverse faculty, staff and student body, and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of differences in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development and institutional success. In keeping with this commitment, our academic community welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds and candidates who support diversity. EOE/