Director Of Counseling Job Description Sample
Associate Director Of Counseling Services/Clinical Director
The Associate Director of Counseling Services/Clinical Director is a member of the Counseling Services Leadership Team, participating in the visioning and executive decision-making of the department. The Associate Director/Clinical Director provides leadership for and management of all General Services clinical treatment.
This includes oncall counseling services, behavioral health within the medical clinic, individual and couple counseling, and group treatment services. The Associate Director/Clinical Director supervises the clinical services training of professional staff and graduate trainees, provides operational supervision of all staff, and resolves clinical dilemmas when they arise. Additionally, the Associate Director/Clinical Director provides clinical service to University students, clinical supervision and training of graduate trainees and unlicensed professional staff, and outreach to the campus community. The Associate Director/Clinical Director assumes additional leadership responsibilities in the absence of the Director of Counseling Services and serves on Division of Student Affairs committees as assigned.
CSU offers full benefits which include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, retirement programs and more. The University’s Commitment to Campus benefits program offers a wide range of programs, discounts and special benefits available to eligible faculty and staff. For more detailed information about CSU benefits, visit http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/ and http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/fap-insplans-new.pdf.
Assistant Director For Counseling – Office Of Student Financial Services
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Assistant Director for Counseling – Office of Student Financial Services
Georgetown's Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) provides financial aid counseling to diverse student and parent populations and works closely with other University departments to ensure quality service is provided. Georgetown now offers more academic programs that demand special attention. With these growing opportunities comes a growing demand for financial aid and the counseling that is required for the administration of this aid.
The Office of Student Financial Services is looking for a talented Assistant Director to join our team.
The Assistant Director for Counseling, reporting to the Associate Director, has duties that include but are not limited to:
Delivers counseling services to current and prospective students and their families regarding the financial aid process, procedures, and program rules, including information about all federal, state, private, and institutional loan, grant, and work programs.
Conducts a preliminary review and processing of financial aid applications and maintains all financial aid records.
Supports established procedures to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and University policies.
Responds professionally and with the highest level of customer service to the various needs of each client.
The Assistant Director has the opportunity to:
Work in an exciting, fast-paced environment
Advance the office by assisting in the development of effective programs, policies, and procedures that impact students and parents as they navigate the financial aid process
Work with a talented and hard-working team
Collaborate with a number of key stakeholders throughout the university in departments such as Admissions, Billing and Payment Services, Registration, Student Affairs, Housing, Dining Services, Health Insurance and other relevant offices
2 years of part-time or full-time work experience with counseling, customer service, and/or administrative support
Experience with and knowledge of PC based administrative software
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and collaborative approach
Ability to take initiative and use independent judgement
Knowledge of federal, state, and/or institutional financial aid programs rules and regulations i
Any combination of experience with Ellucian's Banner, COGNOS, and/or Microsoft Office
Detail orientation and the ability able to prioritize and efficiently manage multiple and work effectively under deadline pressures
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Director Of Substance Abuse Counseling
Director of Substance Abuse Counseling (CV1244-136) - Addiction Treatment Division
Salary - $45,000.00/Yr to $50,000.00/Yr, together with benefits package.
The successful candidate for the Director of Substance Abuse Counseling shall report to the Program Director. The responsibilities are treatment in function, with the coordination of: providing direct supervision to (substance abuse counselor) and ensuring clients receive appropriate services based on assessed need, and supports the overall treatment component of the program, ensures the provision of treatment program.
Must possess valid driver`s license and be able to meet VOA driver standards.
Attend court hearings and/or parole hearings as subpoenaed or assigned.
Basic computer experience required.
Must obtain training in at least one core curriculum within 180 days of hire and certification in that core curriculum with 12 months of training.
a) A NJ licensed psychologist with at lease five years of experience in addiction services, who possesses a certification of proficiency in the Treatment of Alcohol and other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders from the American Psychological Association, College of Professional Psychology, or is a Certified Clinical Supervisor by the Addictions Professionals Certification Board of NJ; OR
b) A NJ licensed clinical social worker with at least five years of experience in addiction services, who is a certified clinical supervisor by the Addictions Professionals Certification Board of NJ; OR
c) A NJ licensed professional counselor, or licensed marriage and family therapy with at least five years of experience in addiction services, who is a certified clinical supervisor by the Addictions Professionals Certification Board of NJ; OR
d) A NJ LCADC with at least five years of experience in addiction services, who in addition holds a Master's degree recognized by the NJ Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Examiners, Alcohol and Drug Counselor Committee, Division of Community Affairs, New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety; OR
e) A NJ licensed physician, who is certified by the American Society of Addition Medicine or a Board certified psychiatrist; OR
f) A NJ licensed advanced practice nurse with at least five years of experience in addiction services, who is a clinical supervisor certified by the Addictions Professionals Certification Board of NJ; OR
g) Have a doctoral degree in human services, mental health or social work.
The successful candidate must also possess at least two (2) years in a supervisory capacity in a addiction services. In addition, they are required to have practical skills in communication, counseling processes and resource development. Additional job-related skills include: working with addictive personalities; a basic understanding of human behavior; and utilizing group dynamics to address special needs populations. Effective written and verbal communication skills and an ability to interact appropriately with clientele is important. A thorough working knowledge of social learning theory, cognitive-behavioral intervention and approaches, assessment and evaluation, willingness to work flexible hours, which may include weekends and evenings, and demonstrated competencies in training, group interaction, and mentoring is required.
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Director Of Counseling Services
Portland Community College is seeking a district wide Director of Counseling Services. As a brand new position at our college, we are seeking a leader who brings a strong foundation in both clinical and administrative aspects of college counseling services.
Under the direction of the Dean of Student Success, the Director will have overall responsibility and accountability for managing the delivery of high impact personal, career, and academic counseling services within four Counseling Centers located at each PCC campus. The successful applicant will be prepared to establish a shared vision among Counseling faculty, staff and key stakeholders during a period of reorganization for Counseling Services.
PCC serves nearly 75,000 full-time and part-time students across a large and diverse service area. We are committed to a culture which values human diversity and social justice.
Mental health support, including crisis response, is viewed as integral to the college's services. A demonstrated commitment to culturally responsive and inclusive services designed to improve equitable educational outcomes for community college students is required for this position. In this role, you will utilize your knowledge of clinical supervision and ethical/practical/legal guidelines for counseling practitioners.
Responsibilities include establishing, evaluating and modifying Counseling Services' goals and objectives, as well as operational procedures and standards. We are seeking a collaborative and creative leader that values skill-building, relationships, team development, and strategic planning in support of a high impact service area for community college students.
To apply, please fill out a PCC application, submit a resume, and respond to the following prompts. We encourage you to provide enough detail to provide evidence of your qualifications, but ask that you keep within a 4-page total limit - single-spaced. No cover letter is required.
Describe your experience supervising/managing a college or university counseling center. Include your specific experience developing and/or implementing policies and procedures for a comprehensive counseling services program.
Describe your understanding of, and commitment to, the community college student population and needs based on the college mission.
Provide evidence of your cultural competency and successful experience providing and guiding responsive services for individuals and communities with marginalized identities.
Describe your leadership skills in advocacy, relationship-building, strategic visioning, resource development, and team-building.
Describe your experience with, and leadership in, crisis intervention and delivery of trauma-informed services.
Director - Student Counseling & Care Program
Aims Community College, locally governed, locally funded, is a debt-free and progressive community college with centralized administrative services located on the Greeley Campus, which supports three additional locations. Situated on the front range of the Colorado Rockies, serving over 8000 learners annually, Aims Community College prepares students for success in more than 200 degree and certificate programs. Our wonderful staff, faculty, and administration work as a team to ensure excellent service.
This commitment was recognized by The Denver Post and Monster Jobs as the "Best Place to Work" in 2018! Purpose: Build a Stronger Community Vision: First Choice - The Recognized Leader in Learning and Student Success Mission:
Provide knowledge and skills to advance quality of life, economic vitality, and overall success of the diverse communities we serve. This position provides clinical supervision of the student counseling team at Greeley, Loveland, Ft. Lupton, and Windsor campuses.
In addition, the position provides direct clinical services to students while serving as the director and case manager for the college CARE program. The position collaborates with colleagues across campus to develop strategies for optimizing student strengths and healthy development and for the prevention and intervention of psychological and behavioral concerns. Specialized skills include a focus on coordinating and providing direct client services, ability to engage in data-informed decision-making, knowledge of current trends in collegiate mental health services, and ability to develop, implement, and evaluate models of client services.
The Director is the voice of mental health services on campus and provides leadership, vision and advocacy for student counseling services. Duties, Roles &
1. Administrative, Leadership, Personnel Management:
Maintain clinically sensitive records and protect the confidentiality of the service Direct and oversee the overall operations of counseling services including supervision of staff, budget and administrative functions. Provide vision, strategic planning, and assessment for the counseling service to advance department and divisional mission. Supervise and support professional development opportunities for counseling staff.
Provide and coordinate consultation, education and outreach services to faculty, staff, and students on developmental, mental health and harm-reduction issues. Develop and administer CARE program protocols and procedures in keeping with current best-practices for college counseling centers. Coordinate emergency and crisis response procedures and participate in threat assessment activities.
Collaborate with colleagues across campus to develop strategies for optimizing student strengths and healthy development and for the prevention and intervention of psychological and behavioral concerns. Develop annual assessment reports and disseminates to stakeholders. Provide administrative oversight of the counseling budget in cooperation with Dean of Students.
Maintain and continuously develop internal and external partnerships in support and advancement of the counseling area and CARE program. Implement evaluation metrics for Aims that allow for continuous quality improvement in systems and care outcomes, and to support the collection of data to facilitate reporting to accreditation and other appropriate organizations. 2. Counseling and Crisis Response:
Oversee and manage caseload of students in conjunction with counseling team. Conduct individual counseling sessions in areas of academic problems, personal, interpersonal relationships, family, social, and psychological issues. Establish support groups on campus to assist students with coping strategies related to common issues (e.g. grief/loss, single-parent, etc.) Support development of departmental procedures for crisis response manual based on crisis response policy.
Meet with referred students and help them to gain emotional stability. Assist the student in the problem solving process to make well-informed decisions regarding alternative choices. Coordinate relevant training on crisis response for staff on outlying campus.
Provide outside referral resources when needed as part of CARE program. Develop and conduct training sessions for faculty and staff on how to deal with students in crisis on select outlying campus. Contact students identified through the College Student Inventory to offer counseling assistance. 3.
CARE Team Direction and Caseload Management: In coordination with counseling staff, assist and support students in accessing services from community resources for outpatient mental health care. Advocate on behalf of, and provide case management for students who may need multiple support services across campus.
Develop and implement systems for follow-up with students who have been referred to community resources (North Range Behavioral Health, Weld Food Bank, homeless shelters, etc.) Establish CARE program community partnerships in all college service area locations. 4. Programming/Training: Plan and implement preventative and educational programs and workshops related to mental health for faculty and staff.
Develop annual CARE program training series for faculty and staff.
Provide programming opportunities for students related to mental health and wellness. Coordinate and develop workshops to students on mental health topics on all satellite campuses. Other duties as assigned.
Director Of School Counseling
Position: Director of School Counseling
Location: Avon High School
Successful teaching/counseling experience; demonstrated organizational and leadership skills; demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with others; such alternatives to the above qualifications as the superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.
Assist schools' administration with leadership and vertical articulation of counseling
department for grades 6 through 12.
Terms of Employment: Position is to begin on August 16,2018. Salary and benefits in accordance with Agreement Between The Board of Education And The Avon Education Association
Application Procedure: Apply online only at http://www.applitrack.com/avon/onlineapp/default.aspx
AVON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Avon Board of Education prohibits any form of discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability (including pregnancy), genetic information, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis prohibited by state or federal law.
Any employee or student wishing to file a complaint regarding discrimination may obtain a copy of the Board's complaint procedures and complaint form which are included in the Board's Administrative Regulations Regarding Non-Discrimination/Personnel. These regulations accompany Board Policy 4118.11/4218.11/5145.4 and are available online at http://www.avon.k12.ct.us/district/board-of-education/pages/policies or upon request from the main office of any district school.
If a complaint involves allegations of discrimination or harassment based on reasons such as gender/sex or disability, such complaints will be handled under other appropriate policies (e.g., Board Policy 4000.1/4200.1/5145.5 Sexual Harassment; Board Policy 5145, Section 504).
The district Title IX Coordinators are:
Avon High School: Catherine Sosnowski or Peter Ettlinger (860) 404-4740
Avon Middle School: James Pappa or Cara Boland (860) 404-4770
Thompson Brook School: William Boudreau or Sara Chaves (860) 404-4870
Pine Grove School: Amy Borio or Todd Markham (860) 404-4790
Roaring Brook School: Lawrence Sparks or Lisa Schwoerke (860) 404-4810
Central Office: Donna Nestler-Rusack or Robert Vojtek (860) 404-4700
Anyone who has questions or concerns about the Board's policies regarding discrimination on the basis of disability may contact the
Section 504/ADA Coordinator:
Kim Mearman (860) 404-4700
Any employee also may file a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education:
Office for Civil Rights, Boston Office (617) 289-0111
U.S. Department of Education
5 Post Office Square Boston,MA 02109-3921 http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto.html
Employees may also file a complaint regarding employment discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Boston Area Office (800) 669-4000
John F. Kennedy Federal Building
475 Government Center
Boston, MA 02203
Employees may also file a complaint with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities:
Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (800) 477-5737
450 Columbus Blvd.
Hartford, CT 06103-1835
Student Counseling Director
Under the general direction of the Vice President of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, the Director provides overall leadership and long- and short-term strategic planning that positions the Counseling Center to meet the mental health counseling and wellness needs of students. In addition, the director is responsible for the daily oversight of clinical policies and procedures consistent with all compliance and College regulations, fiscal and organizational planning, and supervision of staff.
Overall coordination and supervision of the centers clinical services and student development programs.
Hire, supervise, develop, train, and evaluate counseling center full- and part-time staff.
Administrative oversight for intake assessments, personal counseling, crisis intervention, group workshops and campus outreach programming.
Provide group and individual clinical supervision and training to trainees, interns, and externs in accordance with the American Psychological Association (APA) accreditation site standards.
Provide crisis interventions and individual psychotherapy to high risk students.
Consult with faculty, staff, and students throughout the campus on mental health issues; serve as primary advisor to campus leadership in times of crisis management.
Develop and oversee departmental budgets, ensuring prudent fiscal management and oversight at all times. Seek external funding sources to augment unit revenue and supplement college funding.
Work with area hospitals, mental health agencies, and other community-based organizations/providers in an effort to improve resources and services to students.
Develop and implement program assessment plans to evaluate program delivery of services, needs assessment, student learning outcomes, and student satisfaction.
Other Information: This is a full-time, 12-month, benefits-eligible administrative salaried position. Some evening and weekend work may be required.
Bachelor's degree and eight years' related experience required.
Doctoral degree in Psychology to include Ph.D. and Psy.D. Programs OR Master's degree in an appropriate discipline related to personal/psychological counseling and a New York State license as a mental health practitioner (social work, psychology, or mental health counseling) required. (Doctorate is preferred). At least five (5) years of documented progressive clinical and managerial experience in counseling center administration with provision of supervision in a mental health setting. Experience in college or university college setting preferred.
CUNY TITLE OVERVIEW
Directs a college counseling center, integrating counseling services into a comprehensive student development experience.
Manages a counseling center providing a variety of services such as individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, workshops, classroom instruction, and academic intervention
Supervises and develops counseling faculty and staff
Develops department budget and manages fiscal affairs
Directs planning, evaluation, assessment and marketing of counseling services
Interfaces with academic departments, other College offices, and student groups to assess program needs and develop appropriate responses
Participates in inter-divisional programs to increase student success and retention
Performs related duties as assigned.
Job Title Name: Student Counseling Director
Higher Education Officer
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary commensurate with education and experience.
CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world.
HOW TO APPLY
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Candidates should provide a resume and cover letter.
August 7, 2018
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CUNY Job Posting: Managerial/Professional
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Job Title: Student Counseling Director
Job ID: 19068
Location: Baruch College
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Director Of Counseling & Psychological Services (Mpp II)
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Job ID: #60473
Director of Counseling & Psychological Services (MPP II)
April 11, 2018
Open until filled
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Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
Exciting Counseling Center Leadership Opportunity
Cal Poly Pomona is pleased to invite applications and nominations for the position of Director of Counseling and Psychological Services. The Director will provide leadership and direction for a dedicated staff of mental health practitioners as they support students through direct service, outreach, consultation, and crisis intervention. In addition to providing guidance and consultation to the staff, the Director will be expected to develop strong, collaborative working relationships across campus to facilitate efforts to support student wellbeing and success. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to provide innovative solutions to meeting the needs of an increasingly diverse student population in a dynamic environment.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), which includes Survivor Advocacy Services, is one component of the Campus Health and Wellbeing Cluster with the Division of Student Affairs. This new cluster stresses the University's commitment to preventative and holistic approaches to wellbeing in support of students and the institution's mission and strategic plan. In addition to CAPS, this cluster includes Student Health and Wellness and the Disability Resource Center. The Director reports to the Associate Vice President for Campus Health and Wellbeing (AVP) and serves on the Poly Cares Team (Behavioral Intervention Team). The Director interacts regularly with staff, faculty, students, and other members of the campus community in order to consult and educate on topics related to student mental health and emotional wellbeing.
The Director is responsible for the overall administration and strategic direction of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), including Survivor Advocacy Services. Primary duties of the Director include: the assessment of student counseling needs; the development and facilitation of the unit's services and programs; and personnel management and fiscal planning. The Director is involved in the development of campus-wide policies and procedures regarding the health and wellbeing needs of students, and provides outreach, consultation, crisis intervention, survivor advocacy services, and training.
The responsibilities of the Director include, but are not limited to:
Supervising professional counselors, administrative assistants, and non-licensed counselors;
Interacting closely with every level of departmental personnel and collaborating with virtually every constituency on campus on a regular basis;
Addressing confidential and sensitive matters emanating from within and outside of Counseling and Psychological Services;
Responding to questions and situations, especially crises, with judgment, confidentiality, tact, discretion, knowledge, and diplomacy;
Organizing and/or providing training sessions and professional development opportunities to promote collegiality, optimum and ethical performance, and teamwork;
Ensuring that legal and ethical standards are upheld in the department;
Overseeing the process of clinical data collection in a manner that protects client rights and the quality of mental health care; researching and writing reports related to departmental programs and services;
Ensuring the development, maintenance, and revision of the department's policy and procedure manual;
As needed, providing counseling services including crisis coverage and emergency intervention, treatment planning, and case management; facilitating on-campus and external resources when appropriate;
Providing training, outreach services, consultation and/or psycho-educational programs to constituencies on campus, and serving as a resource to offices in an effort to enhance student life, community living, and student retention;
Meeting with and updating the Associate Vice President and responding to other administrative requests that serve to assist the campus community; and
Performing other responsibilities and duties in order to meet the expectations of the position and the department.
Master's degree in a clinical mental health discipline from an accredited program; doctorate in a clinical mental health discipline preferred.
Licensed, or eligible for licensure, as a mental health care provider by the State of California. If not currently licensed in California, must obtain license within one year of appointment.
At least three years of relevant and successful experience in a comparably complex and sized university counseling center and/or mental health organization, including experience supervising and evaluating employees, resolving conflicts, and encouraging a diverse staff to work well together.
At least three years of experience supervising, training, and evaluating graduate-level interns and trainees.
Knowledge of and expertise with mental health models, accreditation standards, and policies and procedures related to the field of psychology.
Background in developing and facilitating programs, outreach services, consultation and/or mediation interventions.
Demonstrated experience and working knowledge of legal and ethical guidelines in the disciplines included in CAPS (Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family, etc.).
Expertise and/or experience in crisis intervention and working with a broad range of presenting problems and constituencies.
Experience working with data collection, needs assessment, mental health surveys, and outcome measures to assess service effectiveness and to promote quality improvement.
Demonstrated ability to counsel individuals utilizing professional therapy orientation, techniques, and strategies, while meeting the needs of a multicultural, multi-gendered, and multi-aged clientele.
Demonstrated ability to respond to situations with knowledge and understanding of diversity issues and cultural factors.
Excellent communication skills, including demonstrated ability to make effective oral presentations, facilitate an open exchange of ideas, and write clear and concise notes documents, and reports.
Superior interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with and respond to multiple constituencies and make meaningful connections at all levels of an organization.
Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions, exercise sound judgment, and to multitask and set priorities.
Demonstrated experience with the developmental needs of university/college students.
Knowledge and experience with integrated health and wellbeing models.
Knowledge of Electronic Medical Record systems.
Knowledge of or ability to understand the role and functioning of a counseling center in a higher education setting.
Previous experience working in a college or university counseling center, Student Affairs, and/or in higher education.
Background or experience working with Behavioral Intervention or Crisis Management Teams.
Research background and/or experience related to mental health services; experience with data collection/analysis and related report writing.
Experience in training and outreach series in a university or similar setting.
About Cal Poly Pomona
Ranked one of the best public universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report, Cal Poly Pomona is known for its polytechnic identity and learn-by-doing approach to education. The university recognizes that students who solve classroom problems today have an advantage as employees solving real-world problems tomorrow. Faculty in all disciplines apply theory to practice, providing students numerous opportunities to use their knowledge in hands-on projects, research collaborations, and valuable internship and service-learning programs.
Cal Poly Pomona, which is located on 1,438 acres in Los Angeles County, offers a valuable blend of affordability, access and academic excellence, which helps low-income students reach personal, career and financial success. The University's 25,000 ethnically diverse students are enrolled in 52 baccalaureate and 26 master's degree programs with approximately 1,200 faculty. It is consistently ranked as one of the best college investments in the country. To learn more about Cal Poly Pomona, please visit: https://www.cpp.edu.
Application Procedure and Timeline
The University has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, in this search process. Application materials should include a resume/curriculum vitae and a letter of interest, preferably in PDF format, and must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line of the email should read "Cal Poly Pomona – Director of Counseling." A confidential review of applications will begin on May 3, 2018 and will continue until the appointment is made.
Confidential inquiries and nominations should be addressed to Dr. Jan Walbert, Vice President and Senior Consultant for Executive Search, Keeling & Associates at jwalbert@KeelingAssociates.com.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The University seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and ways of knowing and learning. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. The University hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university's annual security report is available at http://www.cpp.edu/~police/annual-security-report.shtml. The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.
Director Of Counseling Services
Rank: Administrator VII
Search #: S17-041
Job Posted: April 30, 2018
Southern Connecticut State University seeks a dynamic, strategic and creative psychologist to foster strong alliances on campus and inspire the provision of excellent services to students while providing effective clinical and administrative leadership and supervision to a committed and experienced staff. Southern Connecticut State University is an intentionally diverse and student-centered university, committed to academic excellence, access, social justice, and engagement. Founded in 1893 as New Haven Normal School, Southern has evolved over the past century into a comprehensive public university providing exemplary undergraduate and graduate education to over 10,000 students. It is one of four universities in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System. The University is located in New Haven, a culturally vibrate environment with easy access to New York City and Boston.
The new director will have the opportunity to create a vision and identify and implement strategies for strengthening the provision of mental health services and outreach programs. The director will lead efforts to optimize the utilization of Counseling Services throughout the SCSU student community and anticipate the needs of current and future students. The successful candidate will be familiar with the changing demographics and counseling needs of all students; understand mental health barriers that impede students' success and progress to graduation; possess expert knowledge of current trends and best practices in college counseling services; and demonstrate success in developing and evaluating new programs and initiatives.
Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or a related field.
Connecticut Licensure or eligibility for Connecticut Licensure.
Seven years of experience in counseling, including formulation and implementation of counseling services policy and staff supervision.
Demonstrated clinical skills compatible with a brief treatment model and experience in assessment, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention.
Demonstrated commitment to creating a just and inclusive community, intercultural competency, and enthusiasm for working in an institution committed to social justice.
Experience working with diverse populations and at-risk individuals.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple initiatives, programs, and responsibilities while ensuring clinical excellence in the provision of direct services.
Demonstrated innovative leadership practices and exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication.
Ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of constituencies.
Ability to use sound judgment and discretion in handling sensitive mental health issues with confidentiality and discretion.
Manages the day-to-day, clinical, operational, fiscal, and administrative operations of Counseling Services.
Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the Counseling Center staff and provides leadership in developing programs designed to meet student needs.
Consults with colleagues during critical incidents and coordinates the center's emergency and crisis response procedures (to include serving on the University's Emergency Management Team). Participates in all threat assessment activities and serve as member of the University's student support team.
Provides community intervention programming and training for various groups, organizations, and departments within the University and engages in university level mental health prevention, intervention, and postvention efforts.
Develops and delivers in-service training programs and workshops to student peer leaders including resident assistants, peer mentors, orientation leaders, etc.
Provides direct clinical services including individual, couple, and/or group psychotherapy, initial evaluation and ongoing assessment, triage screening, and referral as appropriate.
Facilitates student referrals to community providers for counseling and testing as needed; facilitates hospital psychiatric admissions of high risk students; and, facilitates students' return to campus following mental health hospitalization. Supervises all aspects of the contract(s) with private providers of psychological services for students.
Works in a collaborative role with staff of the Division of Student Affairs providing for the needs of special student groups (e.g., students with disabilities, students of color, women, nontraditional students, underprepared students, LGBT students).
Establishes channels of communication with students, faculty and administration, informing them about Counseling Services, educating them regarding the referral process, and obtaining feedback regarding student needs.
The University has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, in this search process. Application materials should include a resume/curriculum vitae and a letter of interest, preferably in PDF format, and must be sent to email@example.com. The subject line of the email should read "SCSU – Director of Counseling." A confidential review of applications will begin on May 23, 2018 and will continue until the appointment is made.
Confidential inquiries and nominations should be addressed to Dr. Jan Walbert, Vice President and Senior Consultant for Executive Search, Keeling & Associates at jwalbert@KeelingAssociates.com.
Southern Connecticut State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Carenet Regional Center Director - Non-Ordained - Carenet Counseling Wilmington, NC
CareNet Regional Center Director
CareNet Counseling Location: Wilmington, NC 40 hours per week, day shiftJOB SUMMARY: Provides leadership in developing multiple strategic locations in defined region. Responsible for the administrative, financial operations, and...http://www.wakehealth.edu/HR/Jobs/CareNet-Regional-Center-Director---Non-Ordained---CareNet-Counseling-Wilmington,-NC-29384.htmJob Description
CareNet Regional Center Director
Location: Wilmington, NC
40 hours per week, day shift
Provides leadership in developing multiple strategic locations in defined region. Responsible for the administrative, financial operations, and development of the counseling centers. Delivers limited clinical services, supervises and develops other clinical staff and support staff in accordance with department policy and procedures and within the code of ethics of the counseling profession. Develops appropriate material and financial support in collaboration with the local sponsoring board or agency. Initiates planning and public relations activities to increase value and utilization within its area.
Undergraduate degree; graduate degree from accredited business, education, seminary or divinity school. Advanced degree (Th.M., D.Min., or Ph.D.) preferred.
Minimum of three years of non-profit leadership and clinical experience in a faith-integrated counseling center, or equivalent, with strong supervisory, managerial and administrative experience preferred.
Fellow or Diplomate in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors; North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor; North Carolina Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with supervisory status preferred.
Certificate in Non-Profit leadership or equivalent
Adheres to the general hospital and subsidiary standards to promote a cooperative work environment between CareNet and local center by utilizing communication skills, interpersonal relationships and team building.
Delivering high-quality non-profit leadership that supports the CareNet mission and vision. Provides leadership to the board and staff as a leader, administrator, marketer, and fund developer.
Achieves financial and clinical goals as set forth by CareNet and the local board. Develops funding strategy, budgets, collaborative partnerships, and business plan in cooperation with CareNet, Inc. and local board to expand the service.
Leads and develops staff to meet financial, program, and professional goals. Communicates with staff and creates a supportive environment that is committed to the mission and vision of CareNet and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
Administers center operations that comply with hospital, subsidiary, and local center requirements. This would include but is not limited to building staff team, hiring, evaluating, and formulating policy.
Manages the overall quality of the centers in order for them to meet CareNet, Inc., accrediting, and counseling industry benchmarks.
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
The position requires excellent interpersonal and human relations skills.
Strong non-profit leadership, administrative, and supervisory skills to lead a board, clinical , and support staff.
Must relate well to client population and the business, professional, and religious leadership of the community served.
Fund-raising, public relations and organizational skills are necessary to build and maintain a viable faith-integrated counseling center operation.
Able to maintain personal, emotional, physical and spiritual health while serving a diverse client population, managing a support and professional staff, administering center operations, and developing community and financial support.
Amount of time spent performing the following activities:
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Lifting, carrying, pushing and or pulling:
20 lbs. maximum
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100 lbs. maximum
Subject to stressful conditions
Moderate noise environment
Clean, well-lit, comfortable clinical space
Subject to highly charged emotional, stressful, and unpredictable situations
Occasionally handles emergency or crisis situations requiring inpatient or hospital admissions
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Computers are available for applying within the lobby of the Human Resources Department located at 1920 West First Street, (on the corner of Miller and First Street) Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27104. You may also call our office for assistance at (336) 716-2424. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
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