50% time career psychologist will work in the UCLA Behavioral Health Service (BHS) Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP). Incumbent will evaluate and treat UCLA students referred from the UCLA CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) program from upper campus. The SHIP psychologist will provide clinical evaluations of new patients. Perform short-term individual, couples and/or group psychotherapy as needed. Evaluate and refer patients to additional or alternative levels of care such as inpatient,partial hospitalization, specialized groups, as appropriate.
Must have a PhD from an accredited clinical psychology doctoral program OR a PsyD from a professional psychology doctoral program.
Must have an maintain an active California clinical psychologist license in good standing at all times
Minimum of two years' post-doctoral experience:
Must be able to apply for and maintain active UCLA Medical Staff membership for clinical privileges
Experience/skill in interacting with professional health care providers in a multidisciplinary, academic setting
Knowledge of general theoretical and clinical models
Ability to develop rapport and working therapeutic alliances with patients
Must have strong computer skills to learn and master UCLA Health System EHR "CareConnect" software for medical records, billing/appointment scheduling
Skill in writing clear and complete clinical notes and related clinical documentation
Must be able to complete all CareConnect and related documentation promptly and efficiently within 48 hours of patients' visits.
Must have strong work ethic and consistent attendance and punctuality
Must abide by all departmental, Health System, university and related rules and regulations
Must be able to work well independently and in teams
Strong self-management and organizational skills to successfully meet job responsibilities
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.