Brief Summary of Job Duties

High level analytical duties that require advanced problem-solving skills, independence, sound judgment, creativity, and initiative to set priorities, plan, and coordinate projects and activities. Ability to perform within legal and ethical practice of psychotherapy, as well as departmental and UC-wide policies. Functions as the Quality Improvement Analyst for practice of psychotherapy the department. Training and regular education in the area of Quality Improvement (QI), Credentialing, and Privileging essential to the position. Failure to fulfill duties has major consequences on the CAPS agency including but not limited to employee license suspension and potential loss of direct services to students at CAPS. Is responsible for financial management and oversight of the day-to-day financial and administrative operations of Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS). Responsibilities include financial analysis, reporting, and tracking; maintaining and initiating financial and operations databases; general ledger auditing; purchasing; and preparing and processing a wide variety of financial transactions. Provides analytical support for a wide range of topics. Works under the pressure of competing deadlines and frequent interruptions. Provides analysis and investigation for agency requirements including CAPS Governance Meeting, audit cycles, and record management. Responsible for data gathering and report preparation, including reporting for UCOP, International Association of Counseling Services (IACS), the Division of Student Affairs, agency, internal and external audits. Oversees program support and coordination for the American Psychological Association (APA) approved Continuing Education program. Position requires a high level of discretion and confidentiality. Exercises a superior level of professionalism, tact, and diplomacy while performing the critical duties of the position. Must practice within the bounds of HIPAA and FERPA. Impact of errors can have a serious and substantial negative impact on the department. Maintains broad working knowledge of departmental and University Policies. Serves as a continuous consultant and resource to the management team.

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