Staff PsychologistJob Description
As part of a diverse community of faculty and staff who represent many faith systems and worldviews, Marian University seeks a part-time Staff Psychologist. Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Consultations Services, this position will promote our Catholic Franciscan mission and identity.
Position Description: Marian University welcomes applicant for the position of Part-Time (12 month) Staff Psychologist/Counselor beginning August 2022. The Staff Psychologist/Counselor is a member of the Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS) team of psychologists, counselors, and trainees and provides a full range of generalist counseling services. Working closely with the Director of Counseling and Consultation Services the Staff Psychologist/Counselor promotes Marian University’s Catholic Franciscan mission and identity by delivering integrated mental healthcare to Marian University’s diverse undergraduate, graduate and professional students to support students in reaching their personal and academic goals. CCS is a dynamic unit within the Division of Student Affairs at Marian University and is highly utilized by students as well as other campus partners seeking consultations. The CCS staff are a cohesive and collegial group of professionals who are passionate about working with students, and seek to provide a safe, welcoming and affirming environment to all. The Marian University CCS staff strive for inclusive excellence in all professional roles and activities. In addition, Marian University CCS staff strongly value strengths-based leadership and partnering with other campus constituents to meet the needs of our students.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Actively engages the Catholic Franciscan mission and identity of Marian University by modeling the Franciscan Sponsorship Values, honoring the legacy of the founding congregation, promoting unity in diversity, and integrating the Catholic Franciscan intellectual traditions in courses, programs, and services.
- Provides individual and group therapy specific to personal, academic, and career issues.
- Participates in the provision of mental health triage services.
- Provides emergency and crisis intervention services.
- Provides consultation and resources to faculty, staff, students and parents.
- Provides outreach and mental wellness programming for campus community.
- Shares on call responsibility with other counseling staff.
- Provides supervision to trainees.
Activities Related to Direct Service:
- Follows centers policies and procedures consistent with state mental health statutes, ethical guidelines, best practices, HIPAA, and FERPA.
- Maintains confidentiality according to the professional and ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association.
- Remains updated on research and best practices related to mental health topics and counseling in higher education.
- Pursues professional development through professional organizations and conferences.
- Attends and presents in regular case conference staffing.
- Serves on internal and external committees as requested by Director of Counseling Center.
- Performs other duties as assigned by Director of Counseling Services.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- This position can be filled by a psychologist, counselor or clinical social worker.
- For psychologists: Doctoral degree (PhD/PsyD) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from APA accredited program and completed APA accredited internship.
- For counselors and social workers: Master’s degree in clinical/counseling psychology or clinical social work, completed internship, and a minimum of 3 years direct clinical experience post-degree.
- Applicants must be licensed in state of Indiana.
- Demonstrated successful experience in provision of counseling services to an older adolescent and adult population is required. University Counseling Center experience preferred but not required.
- Demonstrated commitment to cultural competence and demonstrated successful experience in provision of psychological services to underrepresented and marginalized groups.
- Strong case formulation, assessment and treatment skills, including the ability to work with a diversity of clients, clinical issues and levels of impairment.
- knowledge of developmental trends and concerns of undergraduates, graduate and professional students.
- Outstanding oral and written communication skills, able to dialogue effectively with a wide range of students, faculty and staff.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate collegially with a multidisciplinary staff, both within Counseling and Consultation Services and throughout the University community.
- Ongoing pursuit of self-knowledge and understanding of own personal factors affecting clinical work.
- Dedication to protecting confidentiality and meeting all ethical standards associated with the practice of psychology within a university counseling center context including experience in management of client data and compliance with all HIPAA and FERPA requirements.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications require a cover letter, a current resume, contact information for three professional references, and responses to the supplemental mission questions.
Marian University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.