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Psychologist, Complex Mental Health, Per Diem

Psychologist, Complex Mental Health, Per Diem

companyUniversity of California Santa Cruz
locationSanta Cruz, CA, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/12/2024
ExpiresExpires: 8/11/2024
Health and Medical Services
Full Time

Psychologist, Complex Mental Health, Per Diem

Location: Santa Cruz

Job ID: 69997

JOB POSTING

The RISE (Resilience, Insight, and Student Empowerment) Clinic at Student Health Counseling and Psychological Services is hiring. The RISE clinic is an innovative university-based model focusing on helping UCSC students with complex mental health issues who need ongoing and integrated clinical care.

We are hiring dynamic psychologists to provide clinical services to UCSC students on a per diem basis at least one day a week. The selected candidates can choose to work on-site, hybrid or fully remote.

As part of our supportive and collaborative counseling center team, you will have the opportunity to make a profound impact by providing culturally sensitive and trauma-informed care to our diverse student body.

UCSC is rated as one of the most beautiful campuses, located on the coast overlooking Monterey Bay, employing over 3,100 people in staff positions alone.

Thank you for your interest in University of California Santa Cruz.

HOW TO APPLY

For full consideration, applicants should attach their resume and cover letter when applying for a job opening. For guidance related to the application process or if you are experiencing difficulties when applying, please review the https://shr.ucsc.edu/talent-acquisition/applicant_resources/index.html on our Talent Acquisition website.

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INITIAL REVIEW DATE (IRD)

Application materials submitted by 11:59 pm on the IRD will be routed to the hiring unit for consideration. Materials submitted after the IRD will ONLY be forwarded at the request of the hiring unit. To ensure your application is routed for consideration, submit your materials before 11:59 p.m. on the IRD. Talent Acquisition cannot accept application materials outside of the jobs portal, and is unable to update submitted applications on an applicant's behalf, or forward communications to the hiring units. For more information about the IRD and the applicant review process, https://shr.ucsc.edu/talent-acquisition/applicant_resources/ird-and-app….

The IRD for this job is: 07-10-2024 This is a continuous recruitment; applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis after the initial review date has passed.

ABOUT UC SANTA CRUZ

UC Santa Cruz is a public university like no other in California, combining the experience of a small, liberal arts college with the depth and rigor of a major research university. It's known as an unconventional place where innovation and experimentation is part of the campus's DNA. That playful, bold spirit still thrives today, all on a campus renowned as among the most beautiful in the world.

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

UC Santa Cruz (UCSC) Student Health Services (SHS) is a full-service health facility offering clinical, educational, counseling, and psychiatry services to students on the UCSC campus. SHS is deeply committed to ensuring affordable, well-integrated, multidisciplinary healthcare that effectively supports the University's diverse campus communities through equitable access and culturally competent, high-quality programs and services.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a variety of mental health and psychological services to UCSC undergraduate and graduate students, including intake assessment brief individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, mental health outreach and workshop programming, consultation, and liaison relationships to support student mental health and well-being.

Other departments include Student Health Outreach and Promotion (SHOP), home of the Condom Co-op; CARE (Center for Advocacy, Resources, & Empowerment), the advocacy and prevention education office that supports survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and dating/domestic violence; and Student Insurance Programs.

Student Health Services employs approximately 150 staff including physicians, psychiatrists, case managers, lab scientists, pharmacists, nurses, radiologists, and many other clinical and administrative staff. SHS welcomes staff with interest and experience in working with students with a wide range of ethnic, cultural, and gender identities.

More information can be found at: https://caps.ucsc.edu and http://healthcenter.ucsc.edu.

JOB SUMMARY

The Psychologist reports to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and is assigned duties by the Director as specified herein. The Psychologist provides high-quality clinical services, outreach and educational programming, and consultation services and may supervise and train doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows. In discharging these duties, the Psychologist is expected to be knowledgeable, skilled, and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services to students with diverse and intersecting identities.

All the Psychologist's activities are performed within the limits of standards and ethical principles of the California Board of Psychology, as well as, applicable legal mandates for mental health professionals in the State of California.

As part of an innovative program designed to provide clinical services to UCSC students with complex and high-acuity mental health conditions, this position provides both brief and extended therapy, crisis assessment and intervention, and group support for students in need of intensive, focused, and integrated care.

APPOINTMENT INFORMATION

Budgeted Salary: $69.94/hourly
Under California law, the University of California, Santa Cruz is required to post a reasonable estimate of the compensation for this role. The salary shown above is the budgeted amount the University reasonably expects to pay and the salary extended should not exceed this posted amount.

Benefits Level Eligibility: None

Schedule Information:

• Part-time, Variable
• Percentage of Time: 20%, 8 Hours per Week
• Days of the Week: Mon-Fri
• Shift Includes: Day

Employee Classification: Per Diem

Job End Date: 06/30/2025, with possibility of extension

Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, either on-site, hybrid or remote

Union Representation: HX - Healthcare Professionals

Job Code Classification: 004577 (CNSLNG PSYCHOLOGIST 2 HX PD)

Travel: Never or Rarely

JOB DUTIES

75% - Direct Service

• Provides brief and long-term counseling and psychotherapy with undergraduate and graduate students (individuals and couples) with a broad range and complexity of psychological problems and diagnoses
• Provides triage and intake assessment
• Provides crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization
• Provides case management and referral services, including facilitating treatment planning to outside referrals for a higher level of care
• Conducts group therapy, psychoeducational groups, and drop-in groups
• Works collaboratively with CAPS and SHS providers, campus partners, off-campus mental health professionals, and community resources to meet the mental health needs of students
• Determines the need for other professional interventions and refers as necessary
• Provides consultation to staff, faculty, administrators, and campus partners regarding the psychological well-being of students
• Provides backup consultation for the After-Hours Crisis Services
• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

25% - Indirect Service

• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out of state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology. (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Demonstrated clinical experience with individuals using both brief and long-term therapy models
• Demonstrated strong clinical and crisis management skills, including ability to work with high acuity students with complex mental health needs and diagnoses
• Experience facilitating psychotherapy and psycho-educational groups
• Demonstrated experience, skills, and expertise providing multiculturally responsive and trauma informed clinical services to individuals with diverse and intersecting identities
• Demonstrated knowledge, understanding, and stated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services in a university or college setting
• Demonstrated expertise with developmental and mental health issues of late adolescence
• Demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary team and to effectively collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to be an effective team member, and evidence of professional behavior
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Ability to use computer-based electronic health records and scheduling software

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Counseling experience in a college or university setting
• Doctorate and internship from APA accredited program
• Psychology licensure in California preferred over out of state licensure
• Experience working with underserved and marginalized populations relevant to the UCSC student body
• Experience with DBT treatment modalities

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

• The selected candidate will be required to successfully complete a pre-hire criminal history background check and a pre-hire credentialing check.
• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out-of-state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Must complete HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act) Training within 30 days of hire
• Must possess a current CPR certificate.
• The selected candidate will be required to take a TB test within 60 days of hire.
• The selected candidate will be required to complete training within established time frames as directed including UC compliance training.
• The selected candidate has the option to work an on-site, hybrid or fully remote work schedule. If a hybrid or remote work schedule is confirmed, the selected candidate must be able to work successfully from a home/remote office and be able to fulfill the requirements of the UCSC telecommuting agreement.
• If working on site, will be required to comply with current Student Health Center employee health safety requirements for health care workers as defined by state and federal regulatory agencies; current health safety requirements to be discussed during interview.
• Job will require occasional working of non-traditional hours.
• Ability to maintain appearance and conduct suitable for working in a professional setting.
• The University of California has implemented a

JOB SUMMARY

The Psychologist reports to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and is assigned duties by the Director as specified herein. The Psychologist provides high-quality clinical services, outreach and educational programming, and consultation services and may supervise and train doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows. In discharging these duties, the Psychologist is expected to be knowledgeable, skilled, and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services to students with diverse and intersecting identities.

All the Psychologist's activities are performed within the limits of standards and ethical principles of the California Board of Psychology, as well as, applicable legal mandates for mental health professionals in the State of California.

As part of an innovative program designed to provide clinical services to UCSC students with complex and high-acuity mental health conditions, this position provides both brief and extended therapy, crisis assessment and intervention, and group support for students in need of intensive, focused, and integrated care.

APPOINTMENT INFORMATION

Budgeted Salary: $69.94/hourly
Under California law, the University of California, Santa Cruz is required to post a reasonable estimate of the compensation for this role. The salary shown above is the budgeted amount the University reasonably expects to pay and the salary extended should not exceed this posted amount.

Benefits Level Eligibility: None

Schedule Information:

• Part-time, Variable
• Percentage of Time: 20%, 8 Hours per Week
• Days of the Week: Mon-Fri
• Shift Includes: Day

Employee Classification: Per Diem

Job End Date: 06/30/2025, with possibility of extension

Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, either on-site, hybrid or remote

Union Representation: HX - Healthcare Professionals

Job Code Classification: 004577 (CNSLNG PSYCHOLOGIST 2 HX PD)

Travel: Never or Rarely

JOB DUTIES

75% - Direct Service

• Provides brief and long-term counseling and psychotherapy with undergraduate and graduate students (individuals and couples) with a broad range and complexity of psychological problems and diagnoses
• Provides triage and intake assessment
• Provides crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization
• Provides case management and referral services, including facilitating treatment planning to outside referrals for a higher level of care
• Conducts group therapy, psychoeducational groups, and drop-in groups
• Works collaboratively with CAPS and SHS providers, campus partners, off-campus mental health professionals, and community resources to meet the mental health needs of students
• Determines the need for other professional interventions and refers as necessary
• Provides consultation to staff, faculty, administrators, and campus partners regarding the psychological well-being of students
• Provides backup consultation for the After-Hours Crisis Services
• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

25% - Indirect Service

• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out of state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology. (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Demonstrated clinical experience with individuals using both brief and long-term therapy models
• Demonstrated strong clinical and crisis management skills, including ability to work with high acuity students with complex mental health needs and diagnoses
• Experience facilitating psychotherapy and psycho-educational groups
• Demonstrated experience, skills, and expertise providing multiculturally responsive and trauma informed clinical services to individuals with diverse and intersecting identities
• Demonstrated knowledge, understanding, and stated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services in a university or college setting
• Demonstrated expertise with developmental and mental health issues of late adolescence
• Demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary team and to effectively collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to be an effective team member, and evidence of professional behavior
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Ability to use computer-based electronic health records and scheduling software

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Counseling experience in a college or university setting
• Doctorate and internship from APA accredited program
• Psychology licensure in California preferred over out of state licensure
• Experience working with underserved and marginalized populations relevant to the UCSC student body
• Experience with DBT treatment modalities

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

• The selected candidate will be required to successfully complete a pre-hire criminal history background check and a pre-hire credentialing check.
• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out-of-state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Must complete HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act) Training within 30 days of hire
• Must possess a current CPR certificate.
• The selected candidate will be required to take a TB test within 60 days of hire.
• The selected candidate will be required to complete training within established time frames as directed including UC compliance training.
• The selected candidate has the option to work an on-site, hybrid or fully remote work schedule. If a hybrid or remote work schedule is confirmed, the selected candidate must be able to work successfully from a home/remote office and be able to fulfill the requirements of the UCSC telecommuting agreement.
• If working on site, will be required to comply with current Student Health Center employee health safety requirements for health care workers as defined by state and federal regulatory agencies; current health safety requirements to be discussed during interview.
• Job will require occasional working of non-traditional hours.
• Ability to maintain appearance and conduct suitable for working in a professional setting.
• The University of California has implemented a

JOB SUMMARY

The Psychologist reports to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and is assigned duties by the Director as specified herein. The Psychologist provides high-quality clinical services, outreach and educational programming, and consultation services and may supervise and train doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows. In discharging these duties, the Psychologist is expected to be knowledgeable, skilled, and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services to students with diverse and intersecting identities.

All the Psychologist's activities are performed within the limits of standards and ethical principles of the California Board of Psychology, as well as, applicable legal mandates for mental health professionals in the State of California.

As part of an innovative program designed to provide clinical services to UCSC students with complex and high-acuity mental health conditions, this position provides both brief and extended therapy, crisis assessment and intervention, and group support for students in need of intensive, focused, and integrated care.

APPOINTMENT INFORMATION

Budgeted Salary: $69.94/hourly
Under California law, the University of California, Santa Cruz is required to post a reasonable estimate of the compensation for this role. The salary shown above is the budgeted amount the University reasonably expects to pay and the salary extended should not exceed this posted amount.

Benefits Level Eligibility: None

Schedule Information:

• Part-time, Variable
• Percentage of Time: 20%, 8 Hours per Week
• Days of the Week: Mon-Fri
• Shift Includes: Day

Employee Classification: Per Diem

Job End Date: 06/30/2025, with possibility of extension

Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, either on-site, hybrid or remote

Union Representation: HX - Healthcare Professionals

Job Code Classification: 004577 (CNSLNG PSYCHOLOGIST 2 HX PD)

Travel: Never or Rarely

JOB DUTIES

75% - Direct Service

• Provides brief and long-term counseling and psychotherapy with undergraduate and graduate students (individuals and couples) with a broad range and complexity of psychological problems and diagnoses
• Provides triage and intake assessment
• Provides crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization
• Provides case management and referral services, including facilitating treatment planning to outside referrals for a higher level of care
• Conducts group therapy, psychoeducational groups, and drop-in groups
• Works collaboratively with CAPS and SHS providers, campus partners, off-campus mental health professionals, and community resources to meet the mental health needs of students
• Determines the need for other professional interventions and refers as necessary
• Provides consultation to staff, faculty, administrators, and campus partners regarding the psychological well-being of students
• Provides backup consultation for the After-Hours Crisis Services
• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

25% - Indirect Service

• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out of state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology. (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Demonstrated clinical experience with individuals using both brief and long-term therapy models
• Demonstrated strong clinical and crisis management skills, including ability to work with high acuity students with complex mental health needs and diagnoses
• Experience facilitating psychotherapy and psycho-educational groups
• Demonstrated experience, skills, and expertise providing multiculturally responsive and trauma informed clinical services to individuals with diverse and intersecting identities
• Demonstrated knowledge, understanding, and stated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services in a university or college setting
• Demonstrated expertise with developmental and mental health issues of late adolescence
• Demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary team and to effectively collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to be an effective team member, and evidence of professional behavior
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Ability to use computer-based electronic health records and scheduling software

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Counseling experience in a college or university setting
• Doctorate and internship from APA accredited program
• Psychology licensure in California preferred over out of state licensure
• Experience working with underserved and marginalized populations relevant to the UCSC student body
• Experience with DBT treatment modalities

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

• The selected candidate will be required to successfully complete a pre-hire criminal history background check and a pre-hire credentialing check.
• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out-of-state licensure, in good standing, in Psychology (Out of State licensed psychologists are required to acquire California licensure within 180 days from either submitting the application or beginning California residency, whichever occurs first)
• Must complete HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act) Training within 30 days of hire
• Must possess a current CPR certificate.
• The selected candidate will be required to take a TB test within 60 days of hire.
• The selected candidate will be required to complete training within established time frames as directed including UC compliance training.
• The selected candidate has the option to work an on-site, hybrid or fully remote work schedule. If a hybrid or remote work schedule is confirmed, the selected candidate must be able to work successfully from a home/remote office and be able to fulfill the requirements of the UCSC telecommuting agreement.
• If working on site, will be required to comply with current Student Health Center employee health safety requirements for health care workers as defined by state and federal regulatory agencies; current health safety requirements to be discussed during interview.
• Job will require occasional working of non-traditional hours.
• Ability to maintain appearance and conduct suitable for working in a professional setting.
• The University of California has implemented a

JOB SUMMARY

The Psychologist reports to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and is assigned duties by the Director as specified herein. The Psychologist provides high-quality clinical services, outreach and educational programming, and consultation services and may supervise and train doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows. In discharging these duties, the Psychologist is expected to be knowledgeable, skilled, and committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the delivery of psychological services to students with diverse and intersecting identities.

All the Psychologist's activities are performed within the limits of standards and ethical principles of the California Board of Psychology, as well as, applicable legal mandates for mental health professionals in the State of California.

As part of an innovative program designed to provide clinical services to UCSC students with complex and high-acuity mental health conditions, this position provides both brief and extended therapy, crisis assessment and intervention, and group support for students in need of intensive, focused, and integrated care.

APPOINTMENT INFORMATION

Budgeted Salary: $69.94/hourly
Under California law, the University of California, Santa Cruz is required to post a reasonable estimate of the compensation for this role. The salary shown above is the budgeted amount the University reasonably expects to pay and the salary extended should not exceed this posted amount.

Benefits Level Eligibility: None

Schedule Information:

• Part-time, Variable
• Percentage of Time: 20%, 8 Hours per Week
• Days of the Week: Mon-Fri
• Shift Includes: Day

Employee Classification: Per Diem

Job End Date: 06/30/2025, with possibility of extension

Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, either on-site, hybrid or remote

Union Representation: HX - Healthcare Professionals

Job Code Classification: 004577 (CNSLNG PSYCHOLOGIST 2 HX PD)

Travel: Never or Rarely

JOB DUTIES

75% - Direct Service

• Provides brief and long-term counseling and psychotherapy with undergraduate and graduate students (individuals and couples) with a broad range and complexity of psychological problems and diagnoses
• Provides triage and intake assessment
• Provides crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization
• Provides case management and referral services, including facilitating treatment planning to outside referrals for a higher level of care
• Conducts group therapy, psychoeducational groups, and drop-in groups
• Works collaboratively with CAPS and SHS providers, campus partners, off-campus mental health professionals, and community resources to meet the mental health needs of students
• Determines the need for other professional interventions and refers as necessary
• Provides consultation to staff, faculty, administrators, and campus partners regarding the psychological well-being of students
• Provides backup consultation for the After-Hours Crisis Services
• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

25% - Indirect Service

• Participates regularly in CAPS committees and workgroups in a cooperative and professional manner in efforts to maintain and upgrade the quality of service of the CAPS
• Maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation
• Promotes a safe and healthy workplace and effectively responds to injuries that occur

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Valid California licensure, in good standing, in Psychology OR Valid out of state licensure, in good standing, in

Required degree level

  • PhD