Responsibilities: Provide initial consultation, and individual and group counseling services to clients Provide crisis/walk-in services to clients Provide referral and case management services to clients and assist clients with making connections to external providers Document service provision in compliance with government, licensing board, professional ethics and agency requirements Participate in and/or lead committees or workgroups within Student Counseling Services Participate in outreach, program evaluation, and continuous improvement efforts within the department Build and sustain collaborative relationships with relevant University partners Contribute to SCS training program and staff development by presenting on areas of expertise, supervising trainees, and/or supervising temporary/casual/part-time staff
This is a full-time, 100%, 12 month position with benefits.
Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related mental health degree with 4 years of experience, or terminal degree with 1 year of experience. Professional health care registration, certification, or state licensure Previous experience working in a higher education setting Previous experience working with late adolescent and/or college-aged populations
Preferred Qualifications: Previous experience providing counseling or mental health care services to college aged populations Previous experience coordinating services and referrals with other mental health and/or student services providers on a college campus and/or in the community Demonstrated commitment to equity and diversity Previous experience working with underrepresented student populations, and/or persons holding marginalized identities Strong administrative or program coordination/management skills About the Department
Internal Number: 330501
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