July 26, 2012
JOB TITLE JOB CODE
Psychologist II 3120
FLSA STATUS UNIT/DEPARTMENT
REPORTS TO: SUPERVISES:
Provides assessments, individual, family counseling, referral services and psychological testing. May
conduct crisis management services (CISD), walk-in emergency services, and actively consult with clinical
team and demonstrate clinical leadership in meetings.
POSITION KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Conducts initial assessments to define the clients presenting problem and develop a treatment plan to
address and solve that problem when possible during the visits authorized or implement the treatment
plan within the community
2. Provides short-term solution focused counseling using a variety of therapy modalities.
3. Demonstrates ability to maintain detailed records of client assessment, diagnosis, therapeutic goals and
4. Maintains accurate and up-to date clinical notes on a daily basis. Knowledge of electronic recordkeeping
5. Ability to administer various psychological tests such as the MMPI, WAIS, WISC, Rorschach and others.
6. May conduct outreach activities including attending open enrollment meetings and new student
7. Skilled in conducting presentations of an educational and informational nature to groups of employees
8. Participates in weekly clinical meetings, established rapport with others on the clinical team. Presents
cases and supports others in solving treatment issues.
9. May provide consultations regarding problematic behavior in students, residents and staff.
10. May act in a leadership capacity within some departments, and must be able to oversee departmental
operations and clinical activities during the absence of the clinical supervisor or director.
11. Skilled in responding to crisis and traumatic situations.
12. Other duties as assigned.
License to practice Psychology in the State of Texas
Strong organizational and communication skills
Competent in Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and able to do entry into Electronic Records.
May be responsible for being on call for after hour calls on a rotating basis.
Must have a Texas Drivers License and reliable transportation to conduct training and education programs.
Must be able to travel throughout the university.
Must be able to schedule appointments until 7pm.
Ph.D. (or equivalent: Psy.D or Ed.D or related Doctoral degree) with major course work in clinical psychology
or counseling psychology. Certification or specialized training in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing preferred.
Three years direct clinical counseling experience in a similar Student Counseling, EAP or other direct service
clinical environment. Past experience in Psychological Testing preferred. Bilingual a plus.
Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount constantly to move objects.
SECURITY SENSITIVE: This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of
Texas Education Code § 51.215