Director Of Counseling Job Description Sample
Clinical Program Director Of Genetic Counseling Needed In Indiana (10423)
Clinical Program Director of Genetic Counseling Needed in Indiana
A Healthcare facility in Indiana is seeking an Interim Clinical Program Director of Genetic Counseling to provide administrative leadership for the Genetics and Risk Assessment Center. The focus is on areas of prenatal, oncology, cardiovascular and/or pediatric genetics working in a multidisciplinary manner with other healthcare providers. Reports to the Executive Director of Oncology.
Must be able to observe, assess, record and communicate medical information, test results, proposed recommendations and have superb communication skills to work with patients, clerical staff and physicians/genetics team.
- Masters Degree in Genetic Counseling required,
- Doctoral Degree preferred in Human Genetics and Counseling or related field.
- Board Certified by the American Board of Medical Genetics or the American Board of Genetic Counseling.
- Licensed to practice genetic counseling in the state of Indiana.
- Ability to lead and motivate others
- Have a self-motivated and confident approach.
- Professionally mature and energetic individual.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Great interpersonal skills and team working abilities.
- Must be flexible, reliable and demonstrate sound judgment and initiative.
Some of the advantages of working with Mission Search as interim or locum tenens assignments are:
- Exceptional compensation
- Fully Paid Travel and Lodging
- Per Diem Allowances
- Weekly Direct Deposit
- Online Access to Your Payroll Account
- Health Insurance, Including Dental and Vision Options
- AD&D and Life Insurance Options
- 401-K After One-Year.
If you are interested in this great job opportunity, please apply now or contact us for more information.Mission Search has been successful at developing a long-term relationship with client facilities and providing outstanding career opportunities for healthcare professionals. We provide our customers with the candidate that best matches their needs. We search for top talent while considering company culture and their needs.
Assistant Director Of Counseling Services
Knowledge of brief individual and group counseling theory and practice. Knowledge related to managing a university-based counseling office is necessary.
Skills in providing individual and group counseling. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Strong abilities in counseling, crisis intervention, consulting, outreach programming, case load management, and communication.
Knowledge concerning counseling special populations including those who are at-risk for suicide, sexual assault and substance misuse. Knowledge of principles of supervision and training.
Knowledge of consultation. Knowledge of student development. Skills in providing brief individual and group counseling to special populations including those who are sexual-assault survivors, those at-risk for suicide and students who may be abusing substances.
Program management and administrative skills, advanced clinical skills, and customer service skills. Ability to plan, and manage, and administer various clinical programs that address the variety of needs of a student population. Knowledge related to managing a university-based counseling office.
Associate Director For Counseling Services
The University of Virginia's Department of Student Health, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in Charlottesville, Virginia, seeks an Associate Director for Counseling Services. The Associate Director for Counseling Services provides leadership and oversight of CAPS day-to-day operations, including the screening, intake, and emergency consultation systems.
The position also manages wait times and provides consultation to staff regarding acute crisis management, disposition planning, and referrals for ongoing care. The Associate Director for Counseling Services works in close collaboration with the Director and the rest of the CAPS Leadership Team to create a vision and develop policy that supports high quality student-centered care. This position will also provide culturally informed clinical services to students, provide outreach and consultation to the UVa community, and supervise interns in CAPS' APA-accredited training program.
A Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology is required. The Associate Director must be licensed as a clinical psychologist or LCSW/LPC or have a license to practice in the state of Virginia (proof of credentials necessary).
A minimum of four years in each of the following is required: experience working in a university counseling center providing brief psychotherapy (maximum 12 sessions); providing group psychotherapy, specifically facilitating interpersonal process groups; and providing crisis interventions to college students. Three years or more experience in each of the following is also necessary:
Leading a multidisciplinary clinical team
Providing afterhours and on-call services to college students presenting in crisis
Providing clinical supervision to psychology trainees
Providing didactic seminars to psychology trainees, and
Developing and delivering outreach programming on a college campus.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, visit http://jobs.virginia.edu and search on Posting Number 0623944.
Complete an application online, attach a cover letter, a complete resume, and a list of three references which provides their complete names, addresses, telephone, and e-mail addresses. For questions regarding the position or application process contact Michele Jarman, email@example.com.
The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Global OGC Assurance Counseling Director 5E
A career in Office of General Counsel, within Internal Firm Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be a part of the Firm's legal department by providing dedicated legal support in the areas of litigation, counselling, and corporate, commercial, and employment law. You'll play an important part in all aspects of regulatory proceedings involving the Firm and its personnel by supporting on regulatory issues, advising the Firm on matters relating to its operations, supporting the Firm's client contracting function, and advising on matters related to employees.As part of our team, you'll help with researching background information related to legal issues and prepare legal documents. You'll focus on drafting contracts or legal agreements, retaining files of prepared legal documents, and coordinating requests between internal and external counsel.
As a Director, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Proactively lead the practise by setting strategy, drive the development of new business in the market, and provide technical advice across disciplines
Building strong networks within the firm to spot and capitalise on opportunities to get involved in projects that others are leading across a number of different business units and sectors
Identifying and discussing key issues with our clients to identify potential opportunities
Responsibility for a majority of day to day client communications
Responsibility to shape and deliver various projects that exceed the expectations of our clients and our own assignment quality criteria
Manage and deliver large projects by developing the project team, assessing engagement risks throughout, driving conclusions, and reviewing / challenging the output produced by the team
Responsibility for management of engagement financials
Helping to grow and develop our team through hands on training and coaching
Job Requirements and Preferences:
Minimum Degree Required:
Minimum Years of Experience:
IAPP industry certifications such as CIPP, CIPM, or CIPT.
Demonstrates thought leader-level abilities with, and/or a proven record of success directing efforts in identifying and analyzing complex legal/regulatory/business issues and providing appropriate legal advice regarding applicable legal and professional standards, often on a time-sensitive basis, including the following areas: - Class Action Defense; - Defense of complex securities; - Commercial litigation; - Professional malpractice defense; - Regulatory enforcement defense; - White collar criminal defense; and, - Arbitration and mediation. Demonstrates thought leader-level abilities with, and/or a proven record of success, directing efforts in the following areas: - Handling highly complex issues involving significant risk and requiring the application of seasoned judgment; - Managing multiple cases, matters, projects and/or terms of internal and/or external resources; - Developing policies and guidance related to the deployment of global applications; - Dealing with colleagues in foreign jurisdictions; - Drafting complex cross-territory agreements as well as policies and procedures; - Providing legal assistance and guidance in responding to territories regarding the use of global applications; - Working with diverse business cultures and often competing perspectives; - Identifying and analyzing complex legal/regulatory/business issues and providing appropriate legal advice regarding applicable legal and professional standards often on a time-sensitive basis; - Negotiating with different parties with respect to legal issues; - Advising and interacting effectively with all levels of Firm management; - Building consensus, even for difficult or unpopular courses of action, necessitated by legal or regulatory requirements; and, - Managing outside counsel expense to obtain optimal outcomes and contain costs.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment at PwC without regard to race; creed; color; religion; national origin; sex; age; disability; sexual orientation; gender identity or expression; genetic predisposition or carrier status; veteran, marital, or citizenship status; or any other status protected by law. PwC is proud to be an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.
Clinical Or Counseling Psychologist Woodland Job Corps Center
Available Position: Clinical or Counseling Psychologist.
Place of Performance: Woodland Job Corps Center, Laurel, MD 20724.
Facility Information: Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 25 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training. Job Corps Centers have classroom facilities, hands on trade education, cafeteria, health services, recreational facilities, and dormitories. During the students’ enrollment (typically during 8 months), Job Corps assists students in attaining and maintaining optimal health by providing basic on-Center health services to include promotion, prevention, assessment, intervention, and follow-up care. In addition, Job Corps strives to educate students regarding the connection between maintaining a healthy lifestyle and being employable.
Basic Scope of Work (includes but it is not limited to): The Job Corps Center is required by the Department of Labor to provide basic mental health services to students. The Job Corps mental health and wellness program is conducted by licensed mental health professionals involved in direct clinical services, staff development, consultation, and overall direction of the program. The general emphasis of the mental health and wellness program must be on prevention, early detection, identification of mental health problems, and helping students overcome barriers to employability. The program utilizes an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) approach which includes short-term counseling with an employability focus, referral to center support groups, and crisis intervention (such as emotional reaction to HIV testing, rape, suicidal behavior, death, or other serious loss). It is important to note that short-term counseling is defined as six sessions or less, for manageable conditions with periodic mental health checks as needed.
Work Schedule: Part-time, 27 hours per week. Work will be performed during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, at times and days mutually agreed upon by the Mental Health Consultant and the Center Director or designee. Services are required 48 weeks per year, except during the two (2) week annual Christmas Break and July 4th periods.
License: The Psychologist must be licensed in the State of Maryland as a Clinical Psychologist.
Experience: Must have experience in providing mental health care for adolescents and young adults. Previous practice in settings such as schools, colleges, institutions, military or correctional institutions is desired. Admission and attending privileges at local hospitals or specialty clinics is desired.
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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
Behavioral Health Specialist V - Counseling
Behavioral Health Specialist V - CounselingThe Behavioral Health Specialist V - Counseling will be hired and directly supervised by the Unit Director in consultation with the Director of Behavioral Health Services (Unit Model) or hired and directly supervised by the Director of Behavioral Health Services (Departmental Model). Professional supervision will be provided by the Director of Behavioral Health Services. The Behavioral Health Specialist V will be accountable to the Unit Director/Director of Behavioral Health Services for the delivery of counseling services, including assessments, therapeutic interventions, and behavioral health consultation, as well as serving as a member of the Unit and Interdisciplinary Teams.
He/she is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating counseling plans, staff training to promote generalization of therapeutic changes, data collection and reporting, and program evaluation. The Behavioral Health Specialist III will provide technical supervision and ensure training and feedback to staff responsible for implementing the generalization components of the counseling plans and will use appropriate supervisory/management staff for assistance as needed. The Behavioral Health Specialist V may be required to plan, assign, and supervise the work of others.
The Behavioral Health Specialist V develops and implements behavioral health systems for improved resident care and management. The Behavioral Health Specialist V participates in quality assurance and quality enhancement activities related to behavioral health service provision. The Behavioral Health Specialist V may be requested to act as Director of Behavioral Health Services in the temporary absence of the Director or Assistant Director.
The Behavioral Health Specialist V may be required to work with individuals who are violent. The work schedule may vary situationally based upon service needs. The Behavioral Health Specialist V works under minimal supervision with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.Essential Job Functions:
Attends work on a regular basis and may be required to work a specific shift schedule or, at times, even a rotating schedule, extended shift and/or overtime in accordance with agency leave policy and performs other duties as assigned. Conducts clinical assessments and ensures development and approval of counseling plans to meet individual's needs.
May assist or develop other types of behavioral health services plans, including psychiatric support plans and skill acquisition plans. Conducts or ensures training for staff in counseling and behavioral health services, including trauma induced behaviors, individual counseling plans and other relevant topics to provide adequate staff training to facilitate optimal treatment and training. Monitors and evaluates counseling plans to ensure effective implementation.
Provides documentation (including data tables, graphs, and progress notes) to reflect and evaluate individuals' response to treatment. Participates as an effective member of the Unit and Interdisciplinary Teams to provide counseling and behavioral health information and programming perspectives to facilitate overall service delivery. May assist in the monitoring and evaluation of the use of restraints and emergency procedures and ensures their accurate and timely documentation to ensure appropriate and minimal use.
Assists in the use and review of psychotropic medications such that these medications are only used in conjunction with adequate nonpharmacological approaches, including counseling plans and psychiatric support plans. May assist in collecting information for evaluations to assess individuals' level of intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior. Maintains current knowledge in relevant areas in counseling and behavioral health services and training techniques to provide maximally effective services.Performs special assignments as requested.
Other duties as assigned include but are not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location.Knowledge Skills Abilities:
Knowledge and experience in administering the delivery of counseling and behavioral health services to persons with intellectual disabilities.
Knowledge regarding etiology and characteristics of developmental disabilities.
Knowledge regarding applicable laws, regulations, and departmental and agency policy. Knowledge in and ability to provide personal counseling and related behavioral health services
Knowledge and skills in the administration of discipline specific assessments including assessments of intelligence and adaptive behavior. Knowledge and skills in understanding trauma induced behavior and counseling plan development, implementation, and evaluation.
Ability to train staff in generalization plans to reinforce behaviors outside of counseling sessions and basic psychological/behavioral concepts. Ability to professionally supervise paraprofessional staff. Ability to work within a model of professional supervision and make decisions within broad guidelines/parameters.Knowledge and skills in using personal computers and relevant software. Completion of required supervisory training, as needed, including Positive Performance Program, Employee Selection Process, and Human Resources within the first 90 days of employment.Skills in effective written and oral communication.Ability to use CPR and PMAB techniques.Ability to work effectively within an interdisciplinary team.Ability to organize/prioritize work and complete basic duties with minimal supervision.Commitment to facility workplace and service values.Registration or Licensure
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master's degree in counseling psychology, behavior analysis, education, or a related discipline. Must be eligible to pursue licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor.Initial Selection Criteria:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a master's degree in counseling, psychology, behavior analysis, education, or a related discipline. Must be eligible to pursue licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor.Must have at least two years postgraduate (after the Master's degree is received) experience in service delivery in counseling, behavior analysis, skill acquisition training, behavioral health services or related services. Additional Information:
Salary Note: The salary offered will follow HHS starting salary guidelines which are typically made at or near the minimum of the salary range.Applicants must pass a fingerprint criminal background check, pre-employment drug screen, and registry checks including the Client Abuse/Neglect Reporting System (CANRS), Nurse Aide, Medication Aide and Employee Misconduct and HHS OIG List of Excluded Individuals/ Entities.
Males between the ages of 18 – 25 must be registered with the Selective Service. All State Supported Living Center employees are subject to Random drug testing.Flexibility in work hours may be required for this position. The position may be required to work overtime and/or extended hours.Note:
Military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position may include: 67D, 230X, 4EHX, 68W. All active duty military, reservists, guardsmen, and veterans are encouraged to apply if qualified to fill this position. For more information see the Texas State Auditor's Military Crosswalk at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspxMOS Code:
HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.
I-9 Form - Click here to download the I-9 form.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.
Counseling Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator I (T
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: 5422
- Administrative Support Coordinator I (T
September 18, 2018
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
The starting salary will be between $16.42/hour to $22.63/hour.
ABOUT CSU EAST BAY:
Cal State East Bay's beautiful main campus is located in the Hayward hills with panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay shoreline. Situated above the city of Hayward, the campus offers an ideal setting for teaching and learning and yet easy access to the many cities along the bay.
The University has a satellite campus in Concord, a professional development center in Oakland and a significant presence online. Founded in 1957, California State University, East Bay is one of 23 universities of the California State University system (CSU). With an enrollment over 15,800 students, Cal State East Bay is recognized as a regionally engaged and globally oriented university with a strong commitment to academic innovation, student success, engaged and service learning, diversity, and sustainability.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
CSUEB's Community Counseling Clinic (CCC) Counseling Coordinator will help the Clinic Director to support the Clinic's School Counseling/Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTTs) and School Psychology/ MFTTs.
Responsibilities include the following: Help support the Marriage and Family Therapy Trainees (MFTTs); Train the MFTTs in following established policies and procedures at the Clinic; and Assist in the day to day operations of the CCC.
This is a temporary, intermittent (hourly) position through May 30, 2019, with the possibility of reappointment.
Help the Clinic Director train Marriage and Family Therapy (MFTTs) students in following established policies and procedures at the CCC, such as maintaining client files. Enter data for the results of assessments the CCC uses, such as the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) and Session Rating Scale (SRS), and other assessments used in the CCC.
Gather and compile information for the Clinic Director's research-based project related to students' counseling skill development. Review forms used in the Clinic for changes mandated by the Board of Behavioral Sciences or other organizations in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Serve as the evening (5:00 pm
- 8:00 pm) support person for the CCC under the supervision of the PPS faculty on-call clinical faculty member. Organize and manage the co-occurring play therapy groups.
Requires a fully functional knowledge of and skill in standard office procedures and practices, as well as an ability to understand and operate in a variety of organizational structures. Additionally, incumbents are expected to have a thorough knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation and be able to clearly communicate orally and in writing. The ability to use and quickly learn new office support technology systems and software packages is also a prerequisite.
These qualifications would normally be obtained through a high school program, technical/vocational program, or their equivalents combined with several years of related office work experience.
PREFERRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited University. Work experience in a mental health setting and/or as a school-based mental health professional.
Experience with computer data entry. Experience working with client diversity.
Ability to maintain a professional demeanor at all times and display strong interpersonal skills in representing CSUEB. Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented.
Excellent interpersonal skills in an inclusive/multicultural environment. Work effectively with people with physical and mental health challenges from a strength-based perspective. Maintain client confidentiality; work within legal and ethical guidelines. Calmly respond to crisis situations.
HOW TO APPLY:
In addition to the standard CSUEB application, please submit a:
3.List of three (3) or more professional references
Resumes alone will not be accepted in lieu of a completed online application.
To apply on-line, please go to www.csueastbay.edu/jobs. If you are a first time user, you must register, create a user ID and password, fill in your basic information, save and click on the position you are interested in, click on the "Apply Now" button to begin the online application.
This position will remain open until filled and may close without further notice.
Applicants will receive a confirmation of receipt via automatic email reply regarding their application materials. In addition, all applicants who were not selected will receive email notification at the conclusion of the recruitment process. Please be patient as this process may take several weeks.
CONDITION(S) OF EMPLOYMENT:
California State University, East Bay conducts pre-employment screening that may include, but is not limited to: criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certificates, credit history, professional references and/or verification of work history. Candidates must submit to a background check before being offered a position with CSUEB. Unsatisfactory results of the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSUEB employees who apply for the position.
All California State University campuses, including CSUEB, are smoke and tobacco-free. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.csueastbay.edu/smokeandtobaccofree/
In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the California State University East Bay Annual Campus Security Report is available at: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/af/departments/upd/campus-security-report.html
All California State University, East Bay employees are considered mandated reporters under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to comply with requirements set forth in the CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
CSUEB is not a sponsoring agency for Staff or Management positions.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, CSUEB does not discriminate on the basis of any protected categories: age, ancestry, citizenship, color, disability, gender, immigration status, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. The University is committed to the principles of diversity in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its diverse student body.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Counseling (7153)
Non-Classified OpeningAssistant/Associate Professor, Counseling (7153)Non-Classified ClassificationIdaho State University
Open for Recruitment: September 18, 2018 - December 18, 2018
Announcement # NONCLS044321
Salary Range: DOE -Plus Competitive Benefits!
SPECIAL NOTIFICATION: This position is exempt from classified state service and the rules of the Division of Human Resources and the Idaho Personnel Commission.
Posting Number: req675
Faculty Tenure Track
Division of Health Sciences
Teach core CACREP courses in the Masters and Ph.D programs. Advise Master and Ph.D students.
Supervise practicum and internship students. Direct dissertations. Submit grants.
Scholarly inquiry. University and professional service.
1.Advise masters and doctoral students.
2.Teach various CACREP core classes at masters and doctoral level.
3.Teach CACREP Clinical Mental Health Counseling classes.
4.Submit grant proposals.
5.Publish in ACA family of journals.
6.Provide service to the counseling profession and university.
Doctorate in counselor education from a CACREP accredited program. Ability to teach CACREP core courses with specialty experience in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Ability to supervise master's and doctoral level clinical experiences. Desire and ability to establish an active scholarship and grant procurement line of research and professional service. Must be licensable in the state of Idaho as a licensed professional counselor.
1.Evidence for scholarly inquiry.
2.Evidence of active involvement with state, regional, and/or national counseling associations.
3.Publication in the ACA family of journals.
4.Evidence of successful grant procurement.
Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=675&site=1
Please submit the following documents with your application:
Cover letter, curriculum vita, and a list of three (3) professional references with contact information.
Position will remain open until filled, review of applications will begin on November 1, 2018. Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
Includes a competitive benefits package. Offers of employment may be conditional pending successful completion of a background investigation.
ISU PUBLIC SAFETY JEANNE CLERY ANNUAL SECURITY AND FIRE SAFETY REPORT
Idaho State University's Jeanne Clery report, federally required reporting, provides crime, arrest and fire statistics for the previous three years that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by Idaho State University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies about alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, personal practices, disciplinary procedures, fire safety and other matters.
This report can be accessed on the following website: ISU Clery Report
Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.
Associate Director, Private Sector Counseling (4517U), School Of Law - #25331
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: July 27, 2018
The University of California School of Law is one of the nation's great centers for legal education, ever exploring and pushing new intellectual boundaries while tackling urgent, real-world issues.
Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall) is also known for its vibrant and engaged community of students and scholars who are committed to providing leadership and making a difference on problems of local, national, and global import.
Berkeley Law offers advanced law degree programs that are internationally recognized and highly competitive. For advanced degree students seeking to focus on a specialized field, Berkeley Law offers renowned programs in such areas as law and technology; business, law and the economy; and international legal studies. As a pioneering advocate of multidisciplinary instruction, Berkeley Law harnesses the vast intellectual capital of the entire UC Berkeley campus, one of the world's finest research and teaching universities.
The Associate Director for Private Sector Programs ("AD") assists Berkeley Law's 900 J.D. students and the members of its 10,000+ alumni community, in particular those interested in pursuing private sector legal careers, in shaping and attaining their short- and long-term career goals. As a well-connected, knowledgeable expert on the legal job market, the AD accomplishes this by providing individually tailored, client-driven career counseling as well as by creating, planning, developing, and implementing cutting-edge programs, networking events, other activities(including social media), services, and resources that address a full array of traditional as well as non-traditional private sector practice areas and settings.
The AD must also assist in maintaining the CDO's current employer relationships as well as engaging in employer outreach efforts to cultivate new relationships to ensure our students have the best available access to private sector networking and job opportunities as soon as they present themselves.
Researches, and analyzes the current state of the private sector legal services and legal job markets and forecasts emerging trends in those markets. Identifies existing and up-and-coming career and job options, assesses (on a continuing basis) their short-and long-term feasibility for our alumni attorneys, and explores alternatives to traditional legal practice.
The AD must also research and periodically assess the evolving career development needs of our students interested in private sector work.
Based on this on-going research, analysis, assessment and trend-spotting, the AD designs and develops, and implements an array of workshops and programs, services, and resources (including online guides and webcasts) to meet the career needs of our students interested in pursuing a career in the private sector.
Manages improvements, revisions, changes, and adjustments to the existing array of career consulting services, programs, and resources AND devises, develops and implements entirely new services, programs and resources.
Liaises with various other Law School departments and individuals to understand their needs and goals and explore and develop mutually beneficial programs, resources, and services.
Maintains and enhances the Law School's existing professional network of potential employers, other law school legal career professionals, and others in the legal field who may be in a position to provide information and assistance to our students interested in pursuing private sector work.
Maintains and enhances his/her own professional network and leverages it on behalf of students and alumni.
Establishes new positive working relationships with law firm recruiters, in-house legal departments, corporations, (and others who may be of assistance to our private sector oriented students (and who may be of assistance in in fundraising and in enhancing the campus's relationship with outside organizations).
Develops and oversees presentation and delivery of broad and complex career-focused programs and events workshops, and resources.
Manages career services staff on specific administrative tasks they undertake in support of private sector programming (e.g., room reservations, catering arrangements, drafting and posting event announcements, etc.). Determines, based on his/her knowledge of technical systems, the most innovative and effective media for delivering content – online, print, blogs, social networking website posts, twitter, live webcasting, etc.
Provides one-on-one, individually tailored and client-driven career consulting services to students interested in pursuing private sector careers (a particularly complex area that require specialized expertise). Assists students in conducting their own self-assessments Provides students not only with general advice based on his/her expert knowledge of the private sector legal market but specific job leads and networking contacts developed through continuing cultivation and expansion of the Law School's -- and the AD's -- professional network.
Participates in panel discussions and presentations and researches and writes articles relating to the private sector legal job market and the provision of private sector career services through local and national recruitment associations, like the Bay Area Legal Recruiters Association and the National Association for Law Placement, and other legal organizations, like the American Association of Law Schools and the American Bar Association, and even through the local and national press as the opportunities arise.
Advanced knowledge of career development theories helpful.
Advanced knowledge of career decision making, and job search techniques.
Knowledge of needs assessment theory, processes, and practice, workshop and program design and implementation helpful.
Knowledge of UC programs helpful.
Knowledge of career services, employer, alumni, and faculty needs and expectations, recruiting and staffing methods,employment trends.
Highly effective problem identification and solving skills, presentation skills, verbal communication, written communication, and organization skills.
Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and levels of experience.
Detailed knowledge of the private sector legal employment market (and general knowledge of the public sector and public interest job markets)
Extensive professional network of practicing attorneys and potential employers.
Creative, entrepreneurial, forward-looking, and energetic approach that can identify and pursue new potential programs and innovative ways to present and deliver their content
Highly developed knowledge of principles and processes for providing outstanding client and personal services. This includes client needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of client satisfaction.
Excellent knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; and learning and motivation.
Excellent computer skills and the ability to quickly adapt to new software programs and on-line resources.
Ability to successfully pass a criminal background check.
- J.D. plus significant (3+ years) private sector legal practice experience
Salary & Benefits
Salary is commensurate with experience.
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How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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