Director Of Counseling Job Description Sample
Director Of Counseling Services
Student Affairs & Enrollment Management Salary Commensurate with experience Job Summary/Description Under general supervision and in support of the University s mission, provides supervisory and managerial oversight of ASU counselors and counseling programs and provides professional counseling related services to individuals and groups of students of the University. Additionally, the incumbent coordinates assigned activities with other departments and/or divisions provides highly complex staff assistance to the Executive Director of Student Affairs.
Typical Duties/Job Duties Plan, organize, direct and assess all Counseling Services activities/initiatives. Develops and implements departmental strategic goals, objectives, and expected outcomes. Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures.
Coordinate assigned activities with other divisions and departments to ensure that counseling services are provided for a diverse student population. Develop innovative methods of delivery of services based on needs of students. Prepare, implement, monitor and control departmental budget according to university, system, state, and federal guidelines.
Recommend the appointment of personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; and conduct annual employee performance evaluations. Serve as an administrative resource for other university departments and/or divisions. Refer students experiencing difficulty to other internal and/or external departments/agencies/services.
Shares after-hours and on-call duties with other counseling services staff, including weekends and University holidays. Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of the principles, theories, and practices of contemporary personal counseling methods; knowledge of and adherence to current professional and ethical standards; knowledge of mental health issues, including, but not limited to anxiety, substance abuse, depression, sexual dysfunction, sexual assault, stress management, suicide, and eating disorders; knowledge of community social services resources; knowledge of student development theory and application; knowledge of program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Ability to assess and accurately diagnose mental health and related disorders, recognizing the need for referral, as appropriate; ability to organize and complete multiple tasks in an accurate and timely manner; ability to perform and maintain effective counseling relationships with students; ability to monitor student movement in the therapy process and to terminate the relationship in appropriate ways; ability to work harmoniously with administrative staff and others. Skilled in oral and written communications; skilled in interpersonal relations. Computer and printer; calculator; photocopier; fax machine; phone system.
Minimum Qualifications Possession of a Master s degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or other appropriate field is required. A doctoral degree in one of these, or other directly related field, is desirable. Two years of post-licensure professional level experience in counseling, social work, or closely related field. An appropriate doctoral degree may substitute for one year of the required experience.
Associate Director Of The Counseling Center /Student Counseling Manager
POSITION DETAILS The Counseling Center at BMCC helps students realize their educational, career and personal goals. The Center is staffed with experienced mental health practitioners who not only work toward reducing the interference of everyday stress on goals and academic success, but who do so with a respect for multicultural issues. The Counseling Center is devoted to helping students succeed. Reporting to the Director of the Counseling Center, the Associate Director of the Counseling Center (Student Psychological Counselor) will:
Execute campus outreach initiatives, trainings, and workshops for psycho-educational, social, and academic issues to increase the visibility, accessibility and utilization of the Counseling Center by the campus community.
Assist with organizing events and activities, and maintaining communications and marketing materials for the Counseling Center.
Coordinate committee work of the Counseling Center.
Assist with evaluating and assessing the Center and to improve services.
Manage the daily operations of the center including creating policies and procedures for staff front desk operations and providing training for support staff.
Participate in campus-wide retention and persistence outreach and activities.
Provide assistance with major college-wide events such as commencement, orientation, registration, and honors convocation.
Respond to students in crisis and provide short term psychological counseling as needed.
Serve as the liaison to the college community in the absence of the Director of Counseling.
May provide clinical supervision to some counselors.
Provide and administrative and clinical supervision to manage student crises in the absence of the Director.
Some evening/weekend hours are required. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree and six years' related experience required. A Doctoral degree in Psychology to include Ph.D. and Psy.D. programs (OR), a Master’s degree in an appropriate discipline for personal or psychological counseling and a New York State license as a mental health practitioner (psychology, social work, or mental health counseling). In addition, six years professional experience is required for all candidates. The preferred candidate will have:
Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology or Social Work. * A current, valid New York State license as a mental health practitioner (PSY or LCSW).
Experience with assessment and statistical analyses.
Experience in a college or university counseling setting.
Experience with bilingual student populations.
Experience providing academic counseling or support services to student. * A minimum of five-years' experience post-licensure.
Experience with short-term, brief, and/or solution-focused interventions. CUNY TITLE OVERVIEW Manages one or more aspects of a college counseling center, integrating counseling services into a comprehensive student development experience.
Manages a counseling center providing a variety of services
Prepares schedules to provide the most appropriate coverage
Develops and distributes counseling center communications to increase awareness by the College community
Supervises and develops counseling faculty and staff
Solicits and analyzes input from faculty, staff, clients, and others to improve counseling services
Provides input to planning, evaluation, assessment and marketing of counseling services
Participates in inter-divisional programs to increase student success and retention
Performs related duties as assigned. Job Title Name: Student Counseling Manager CUNY TITLE Higher Education Associate FLSA Exempt COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Salary $61,394 - $97,628 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 Access CUNYfirst Portal CLOSING DATE search re-open. review of resumes begins 2/5/2018. JOB SEARCH CATEGORY 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: Associate Director of the Counseling Center /Student Counseling Manager
Job ID:* 17087 Location: Borough of Manhattan CC
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Assistant Director Of Counseling
The Assistant Director of Counseling position for the Office of Financial Aid, Student Employment & Scholarships is a full-time professional exempt position that provides professional services and expertise to the Office ofFinancial Aid and reports to the Associate Director of Client Services. This position supports the delivery and accountability for more than $100 million dollars of federal, state,institutional and private financial aid funds to over 8,800 undergraduate and graduate students. The primaryresponsibilityof this position is to supervise and train the staff of 4 Financial Aid Counselors and Financial Aid Advisors as they assist students and families in receivingfinancial aid. The position will oversee the operation of the front lobby, the phone bank and the daily email responses to the general financial aid email address. It will also be one of a hands-on counselor to assist with coverage when needed to provide quality customer service to families at all times of the year as they seek assistance with the financial aid process. The position will be responsible for the training, scheduling and reviews of the counseling and peer counseling staff and ensure proper coverage of all front-line operations of the office. In addition, this position will organize requested speakers for all outreach events that require counseling assistance, including orientations, high school nights, Mountain Lion Experience, tours and general outreach requests. The Assistant Director of Counseling will also be a crucial part of quality assurance of the financial aid delivery at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and will be an integral part of troubleshooting financial aid issues and assist in communications review and development. As part of the counseling team, the Assistant Director of Counseling will also be responsibleto provide direct assistance to students and their families by examining financial aid applications for completeness, evaluating incoming documents for accuracy, resolving discrepancies in information, ensuring proper payments of awards, and giving students alternatives to Federal and State financial aid to meet their educational costs. The position is also responsible for reviewing the accuracy of numerous federal and state reports required by the office to complete. This position is also an advocate on the local, state, and national level for students and their families regarding financial aid. Job Duties:
Supervising counseling staff and overseeing daily operations of front-line lobby, phone bank and email responses to ensure top-notch customer service of the financial aid programs. Dailyadvising and counseling students and families on all aspects'of the financial aid process for example: how to apply for need based and non-need based federal,state,institutional and private aid.Also advises them as to other community resources that are availableto them.The position also acts as an advocateand liaison between studentsandUCCSand other outside agencies. This advising will include: * A student or their parents' financial situation has had a negative change since applying for financial aid. This could be from loss of job, divorce, death or other changes in the student's or family's situation. Federal, state and institutional guidelines are applied and an appraisal is made to adjust the student's eligibility. The student's file is updated and annotated to justify the decision.
Determine if a student's financial stop can be lifted in order for a student to register by analyzing their financial aid for the academic year.
Approve short term loans from institutional funds for books & emergencies for students.
Increase the student budgets and, therefore, increase the eligibility for federal, state and institutional aid because of extraordinary expenses. Review the students' documentation and request for the increase and approve or disapprove the adjustment
Adjust financial aid awards to student (increase/decrease) after new information is received. This could be from a change in enrollment status, family income, housing status, third party payments, assets, size of family or number enrolled in college. Adjustments to aid could include grants, loans, and/or work study.
Be a resource for the peer counselors and be available for specific student requests to see a counselor in a more private setting.
Deals with the highly technical field of "Need Analysis" and must apply state, federal, and institutional statues and regulations to determine eligibility and award students' appropriate aid. Counsels students on additional resource possibilities.
Audit and verify application materials for completeness and accuracy. Contact students and parents by mail or phone to clear up any inconsistencies. Make final award decisions for the University, which include appeals to general rules and regulations by interpreting federal, state and institutional guidelines. Adjust students' budgets and/or need using "professional judgment." Update and annotate the student's file justifying decision
Counsel and advise students regarding satisfactory academic progress requirements to receive and retain their financial aid. Refer students who are having academic and/or personal problems to the Student Success Center, Wellness Center, or the Excel Centers.
Help the University's recruiting effort by participating in Mountain Lion Experience orientations by providing general financial aid information to prospective students.
Conduct workshops and presentations in high schools, community colleges and other community forums to educate and inform the public about the process and application for state, federal, and institutional aid, as well as the availability of private funding. Also, to provide other information about the University.
Written and telephone contact with students and parents in a recruiting effort based on referrals from the various campus offices such as Admission Office, the athletic department, and, student success center.
Maintain expertise in areas of financial aid by attending staff meetings, conferences and workshops, and by studying federal, state, institutional and outside reading sources. These would include the Federal Regulations, Colorado Commission on Higher Education Handbook, our national and state financial aid association newsletters and miscellaneous trade magazines and newsletters
Collaborate and confers with other campus offices and individuals on how changes in our or their policies will affect each other, the students and other offices. These offices include Admission and Records, University Connection, University Learning Center, Student Success Center, Bursars and Academic Advising.
Trouble-shoot why a student's aid was not paid and determine path to rectify the situation (e.g. packaging problem, disbursement error, SAP issue, residency issue, etc.). Other examples of work performed:
Research why a student aid report was not processed and if a student might have made priority date. Decide whether to repackage the student’s aid accordingly.
Cancel financial aid awards for students who fail to meet eligibility requirements as set forth by institutional policies.
Make changes in policies and procedures to reflect changes in the financial aid process.
Assesses the need for and the eligibility amount of institutional short term loans to cover emergency situations.
Determine if a student is eligible to apply for a dependency override by assessing student’s individual circumstances and collecting documentation for the committee members to vote on.
Determine specialties for each counselor position so that there is an equitable work process and sense of fairness within the counseling staff. For example, assigning Consortium Agreements to one counselor, Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress issue to another, Policies and Procedures Manual maintenance to another, etc., and then following up to ensure that duties are being carried out.
Communicates with students and parents to facilitate receipt of required documents to complete the student’s financial aid file. Checks current students’ satisfactory progress toward their degrees according to institutional policy. This process ascertains their continued eligibility to receive financial aid. Explains the appeal process to students who have not maintained satisfactory progress and what they must do to reinstate their eligibility for financial aid. Performs verification process, checking tax returns and verification worksheet against the FAFSA information, correcting when necessary and changing aid appropriately.
Interprets Federal and State regulation concerning the administration of financial aid program for student and parents. Provides direction in form completion, explaining the need analysis process and the funding sources used to offer financial aid.
Counsels student about the loan programs which are available to help meet educational expenses. Explains the difference between need based and non-need based loans, interest rates and repayment options. Emphasizes the need to properly manage the loans debt, the obligation to repay the loan and conductions exit interviews to offer deferment options for students leaving school. Explains a refund and repayment procedure for students who withdraw from school during a refund period.
Attend training sessions conducted by the Federal Department of Education (DOE) in order to stay abreast of changes in regulation dealing with the application for and disbursement of financial aid. Receives training material thru the DOE site and from NAFSAA pertaining to changes in rules dealing with financial aid regulations. Shares knowledge with other financial aid professionals through participation in state, regional and national association conferences.
Supervises all financial aid counselors as to the quality of information disseminated to students pertaining to the complete financial aid application process to insure that all current and prospective students are treated in a fair and expeditions manner. Conducts ongoing training in order to maintain the highest level of expertise in the area of forms completion and verification of the information supplied by the students/parents. Updates office policies and procedures manual yearly to reflect changes in the Federal, State and institutional guidelines. Is responsible for all PPP (Yearly planning, coaching, and evaluation) for financial aid counselors. Utilizes effective management approaches and techniques for enhancing and increasing job satisfaction of counseling staff.
Advise, counsel, or guide to solve problems or complaints and influence or correct action and behaviors. (i.e. Counsel students who are contemplating withdrawing from school due to academic problems. Offer alternative solutions such as dropping a class, taking an incomplete, and referring the student to the Learning Center to upgrade skills.) * Mediate problems with irate student and/or parents who feel they are not being understood by counseling staff. (i.e. If a student meets with a counselor and then files a complaint with higher administration because they feel they were misunderstand, they are referred to the Assistant Director of Counseling who has to mediate the situation and clarify the results to all parties involved.) *Job Competencies:
Excellent supervisory skills and experience
Outstanding knowledge of financial aid programs, eligibility requirements, needs analysis, and delivery of financial aid to students and families.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills
Excellent written communication ability
Outstanding public speaking experience and ability
Strong customer service skills and experience working with diverse populations and excellent oral and written communication skills.
- This position requires a strong working knowledge of federal financial aid rules and regulations and full knowledge of financial aid programs, eligibility requirements,needs analysis, and delivery of financial aid to students and families. For the purposes of FLSA, this position has been determined to be exempt from (not eligible for) overtime under FLSA. Salary Range:$60,000 - $70,000. The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits, including eligibility, is located at_http://www.cu.edu/employee-services._ The University of Colorado is committed to providing a safe and productive learning, living and working community. To assist in achieving this goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history check. *
At least seven years experience in positions that require detailed application of financial aid rules and regulations.
Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience in a multi-faceted customer service operation required.
- Master’s degree preferred but can substitute with matching years of experience.
Organization:C0001 -- Colorado Springs Campus
Title:Assistant Director of Counseling
Director Of Counseling
Job Summary Responsible for the development and implementation of district and campus strategies, procedures in support of copmrehensive academic advising and counseling programs on the campus reporting directly to the Vice-President for Student Development Services. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Develops, directs, implements and administers academic advising and counseling programs including Early Alert, Advising Case Management, and Counseling Case Management
Responsible for the strategic planning and operational management of academic advising and counseling
Reviews and recommends policies and procedures in adherence with federal and state law
Provides interpretation, oversight and guidance in implementing academic advising and counseling programs to ensure compliance with internal and external regulations
Provides leadership, supervises and evaluates staff; develops and implements training and training materials; provides guidance and support concerning personal and professional development
Attends the workplace regularly, reports to work punctually and follows a work schedule to keep up with the demands of the worksite
Completes all required training and professional development sessions sponsored through Tarrant County College (TCC).
Supports the values of the College: diversity, teaching excellence, student success, innovation and creativity and service to the College The duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change. Required Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or directly related counseling area
Three (3) years counseling experience in higher education
Three (3) years management experience supervising employees, office administration and program management
Demonstrated experience in human relations and communication skills and ability to work with a diverse staff
Experience with retention programs at the college or university level Desired Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensures
Counseling experience in a community college environment
Credentialed in one or more of the following: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LCP), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). An earned doctorate in counseling, psychology or a related field is desired. Special Instructions Summary This is an administrative position that will require periodic evening and week-end hours. Travel to the Alliance facility is also required periodically.
Director of Counseling
Posting Number:*F002580 *Position Status:
Class Code:*12 *Pay Rate:
Commensurate with education and experience
Posting Date:*12/08/2017 *Contact:
Ruth Gonzalez :*817-515-7741
Director Of Counseling & Family Support Services
The Director of Counseling and Family Support provides leadership and oversight to the counseling program serving children and families at FACES SF centers and programs. S/he supervises the counseling team and ensures the provision of culturally competent clinical services. The Director has in-depth knowledge and understanding of child development, issues concerning culturally diverse, low-income children and families, and the impact of trauma on early childhood development and into adulthood. S/he has developed excellent skills in assessment and treatment of children and families with the ability to use a range of treatment modalities and evidence-based practices. The Director possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to work independently and collaborate with diverse client and staff communities. And last, but not least, s/he understands the mission and objectives of Family and Child Empowerment Services and works to achieve FACES SF’s goals in compliance with agency standards for performance.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Oversee mental health services throughout the organization for students and families in our toddler, preschool and after school programs.
- Ensure high quality of clinical care provided by FACESSF counselors and support team in accordance with legal and ethical requirements.
- Facilitate the continuous quality improvement of mental health and supportive services that meet the needs of our students and families, in collaboration with the leadership team, staff, and funders.
- Collaborate with the leadership team on mental health, programmatic and administrative matters.
- Facilitate follow through on appropriate supportive services as a result of required assessments and screenings, e.g. ASQs.
- Coordinate and collaborate on the mental health services provided to our students by community providers and consultants.
- Work effectively and appropriately with other FACES employees and programs (i.e., fiscal, enrollment, etc.).
- Meet State Community Care Licensing requirements, federal, local and CDC guidelines and regulations (including Title 5 and Title 22).
- Manage the program budget, expenditures, and order supplies as needed.
- Manage data collection and evaluate metrics in support of program goals and requirements.
- Write funding proposals and reports in collaboration with the development team and as needed.
- Participate in continuous professional development for professional and program improvement.
- Participate in other duties as needed to support the development of FACES as an organization.
Clinical Supervision, Training, and Direct Service
- Hire, supervise and assign the work of the counseling and case management support team.
- Support the counseling team to appropriately manage crisis situations with students and families.
- Provide training to the clinical and support team, and staff as needed.
- Assess the mental health needs of FACESSF students and families, and provide direct service, such as play, family and group counseling to students and families as needed.
- Ensure documentation is in accordance with legal and ethical requirements.
- Support teachers and staff in their work with students through group and individual consultations and workshops.
- Partner with FACESSF and community programs to provide comprehensive community support services.
Family Support Services Coordination
- Coordinate weekly and monthly family engagement activities, parent workshops and community events at our Bayview Center.
- Facilitate school readiness and success activities and workshops to address some of the challenges faced by our families and strengthen their knowledge of and access to community resources.
- Coordinate and facilitate parent skills building workshops, such as child development, stress management, money management, etc.
- Collaborate with staff, administrators, families and community agencies to provide continuity of care for our students and families and linkage to resources.
Qualifications and Skills
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements
- Graduate degree and licensure as a MFT or LCSW, and at least 3 years post licensure experience with in-depth knowledge and understanding of issues concerning culturally diverse, low-income children and families.
- At least 3 years experience managing a clinical program for children and/or families, including clinical and administrative supervision of staff.
- In-depth knowledge of child development, family systems, and the impact of trauma on early childhood development and into adulthood.
- Demonstrated skill in the evaluation and treatment of children and families using a range of modalities, including psycho-education, play therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, and evidence-based practices.
- Demonstrated skill in staff development, group facilitation and training.
- Proven experience in program management and development, including excellent organizational skills.
- Experience providing and/or managing school-based counseling services a plus.
- Strong commitment to providing the highest possible quality of service to clients and the community with attention to diversity and cultural needs.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
- Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to utilize Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point.
- Experience developing program budgets, writing proposals/reports, and monitoring performance in relation to service provision.
- Provide fingerprint clearance, negative TB test, and passing employment physical
WHAT WE OFFER:
- Competitive Health, Welfare & Lifestyle Benefits - 100% employer paid for employee!
- Generous vacation time and holidays – including a paid winter closure.
- A 403 (b) with a generous employer match
- On-going professional development for all staff
- A chance to make a difference in the lives of kids and their families
Counseling Center Director
Master's or doctoral degree in mental health counseling, psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy required.
At least three years of recent clinical experience including a minimum of one year experience working with college age clients and partial or fulltime administrative duties including supervision of professional staff required.Certifications:A current Iowa license or ability to attain a license within one year of hire required.Desirable
PhD in counseling or clinical psychology; experience working in a college or university counseling center; demonstrated experience working with and appreciation for diverse student populations; experience in the development of counseling and mental health services and programs in a university setting, including assessment, quality improvement, and use of data to inform decision-making; experience developing group counseling, outreach and adult programs; expertise in crisis intervention and management; and an affinity for working in an interdisciplinary team preferred.Position Title:Counseling Center DirectorJob Category:Type of Position:ProbationaryFull Consideration Date:Friday, February 9, 2018Advertising Started on:Monday, January 8, 2018Hiring Department:Counseling CenterDepartment:Counseling CenterSalary:$85,000.00 - $120,000.00:PS.6Application Type:This job requires basic applicant information, plus a resume. Your resume should not be sent to the contact below.
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Associate Director / Academic Advisor, Academic Counseling – Mcdonough School Of Business
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.
Requirements Associate Director / Academic Advisor, Academic Counseling – McDonough School of Business Located at the intersection of business, government, and international relations, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (MSB) develops principled leaders committed to serving both business and society. Through our global perspective, we prepare students to compete in today’s international business environment. Associate Director / Academic Advisor assists with the execution of the student engagement strategy for undergraduate business students. Reporting to the Senior Assistant Dean/Director of Advising, the Associate Director / Academic Advisor has duties that include but are not limited to:
Advises undergraduate business students on curricular and co-curricular issues and assist with academic scheduling.
Plans and implements events, such as New Student Orientation, Family Weekend, Beta Gamma Sigma Induction, Georgetown Admissions Ambassador Program (GAAP) Weekends, Commencement, Peer Advising functions, workshops, admissions sessions for prospective students, career/leadership panels, alumni events, and community service/outreach efforts.
Represents MSB Undergraduate Program Office on campus-wide committees, such as Honor Council, Case Management Committee, Orientation Committee, First/Second-Year Experience Committee, Admissions Comm., Athletic Comm. and/or Judicial Board.
Conducts studies/surveys and prepares reports as needed to aid the office in collecting and understanding data on international study abroad patterns, course enrollment patterns, trends in majors/minors, student satisfaction, and benchmarking, assessment. . Requirements
Bachelor's degree - Master's degree preferred + 3 to 5 years of work experience in higher education – preferably working with undergraduates in a college environment
Ability to work in a supportive and collaborative way with students, faculty, parents, and academic and student affairs staff
Personal desire and skills to advise, counsel, and mentor students
Ability to multi-task and distinguish between essential and secondary tasks during busy periods while paying careful attention to detail
Very strong communication skills (both written and verbal)
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All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Georgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship, faith and service.
Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit University. Drawing upon the 450-year-old legacy of Jesuit education, we provide students with a world-class learning experience focused on educating the whole person through exposure to different faiths, cultures and beliefs. Students are challenged to engage in the world and become men and women in the service of others, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community. These values are at the core of Georgetown’s identity, binding members of the community across diverse backgrounds.
Director Of Clinical Counseling
Oversee entire Clinical Counseling operation and ensure it functions efficiently and smoothly
Liaise with ORR/DCS Policy and Procedures Compliance Coordinator for updates or changes to ORR policy that affect clinical counseling operations.
Report any ORR policy changes or updates to the Lead Clinical Counselors to distribute to their teams.
Serve as morale-booster for the entire department – bear overall responsibility for promoting a positive and highly efficient environment.
Conduct random spot checks in UC portal to ensure Clinical Counselors are updating UC case files in accordance with ORR policy and regulations.
Promote friendly competition between Lead Clinical Counselors.
- Oversee Lead Clinical Counselor team, offer assistance as requested/needed.
Master's degree in social work (MSW), counseling, psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is a program requirement; have clinical experience as a part of the master’s program requirements; OR
Bachelor's degree in one of the aforementioned sciences plus ten (10) years of clinical experience.
Five (5) or more years’ experience at a Director/Executive level in a relevant field;
Must be Bilingual in Spanish and English.
Available to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends. + Must be able to travel for extended periods of time (up to 100%). Additional Preferred Qualifications
Certified/Licensed as a Qualified Supervisor.
Experience training and managing a large team of case managers and youth care workers;
Experience working with refugees under the age of 17;
Experience working with Government Clients, preferably ORR, FEMA, HHS, and/or DHS. Standing/Walking/Mobility: Must have mobility to stand or walk 50% - 100% of the time. Climbing/Stooping/Kneeling: 5% - 25% of the time. Lifting/Pulling/Pushing: 5% - 25% of the time. Fingering/Grasping/Feeling: Must be able to write, type, and use a telephone system 75% - 100% of the time. Physical Dimensions: Medium-duty work. Must be able to exert up to 10 pounds of force constantly and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently to move objects. Applicants selected will be subjected to a Government background investigation and may be required to meet the following conditions of employment:
Favorable credit check
Clean criminal background check
Clean Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) or Child Protective Services (CPS) check MVM offers a competitive benefits package, and fosters a highly skilled, energized, and empowered workforce. Due to the high volume of applications received, the Recruiting Department will contact you directly, should you be selected to advance in our recruitment process. For more information about the company please visit our website at www.mvminc.com MVM is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.MVM, Inc. is a professional services firm with 2,500 employees and counting across the United States. We have nearly forty years of experience providing professional, technical, administrative, and program management support services to our Government customers, and have extensive domain expertise in counter-narcotics, criminal and civil investigations, public safety, and national security.
Director Of Student Health And Counseling - Student Wellness
Min Qualifications Masters in nursing or related field with a minimum four years of health care management experience. JOB DESCRIPTION: Responsible for the daily operations and student-centered focus for Student Wellness Services including strategic planning, student satisfaction, wellness programming, financial management, and process improvement.
Salary Range$88,462.00 to $115,000.00, actual salary commensurate with experience.
Specific Job Related Duties* Develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive wellness program for students, including primary care, counseling and mental health services, health promotion and education programs, utilizing a wellness framework.
Supervises Student Wellness personnel, including providing opportunities for staff development.
Develop, implement, manage and evaluate Center’s policies and procedures.
Provide leadership in departmental and divisional strategic planning activities, program review activities, and assessment for the department.
Develops and adheres to budgets for the Center that provide for adequate breadth and depth of clinical care, outreach, consultation and training.
Ensures that quality care is provided for all students using a student-centric approach by monitoring and evaluating patient/client care processes and outcomes utilizing continuous process improvement. Establish policies and procedures as appropriate.
Oversees the maintenance of the Electronic Medical Record system (EPIC); ensure confidentiality of information in compliance with FERPA and HIPAA requirements.
Works collaboratively with all UTMB Schools as well as various clinical departments on faculty practice issues and the vision and clinical direction of student health services.
Participates in the delivery of wellness services as appropriate.
Identifies appropriate internal controls for department; provides mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance.
Adheres to internal controls and reporting structure.
Serves as department liaison with other UTMB offices and external agencies. KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES: * Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Ability to plan, organize, set and accomplish goals
Demonstrated leadership background
Experience in budget development and control, financial management, contract negotiation and development
Customer service focus
Experience in nursing and health care management, including quality improvement
Preferred EducationAdvanced Practice Nursing Degree.
Preferred Work ExperienceExperience in student health, health education or wellness programs. Univeristy of Texas System experince
Equal Employment OpportunityUTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Title:* Director of Student Health and Counseling - Student Wellness
Job ID:* 57835 Location: Galveston
Business Unit:* ACDVP
Global OGC Assurance Counseling Director
PwC/LOS Overview PwC is a network of firms committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. We help resolve complex issues for our clients and identify opportunities.
Learn more about us at www.pwc.com/us. At PwC, we develop leaders at all levels. The distinctive leadership framework we call the PwC Professional (http://pwc.to/pwcpro) provides our people with a road map to grow their skills and build their careers.
Our approach to ongoing development shapes employees into leaders, no matter the role or job title. Are you ready to build a career in a rapidly changing world? Developing as a PwC Professional means that you will be ready - to create and capture opportunities to advance your career and fulfill your potential.
To learn more, visit us at www.pwc.com/careers. It takes talented people to support the US firm of the largest professional services organization in the world. Not all of us work directly with external clients.
Some of our best people choose to apply their talents inside PwC. As part of Internal Firm Services, you're serving an organization on par with many of our external clients. Our Internal Firm Services team consists of first-rate marketers, human resource professionals, computer technologists, knowledge managers, accountants, financial planners, administrators and leaders. Internal Firm Services staff are the people who make it work for the people who make it work for our clients.
Job Description The Office of the Global General Counsel (Global OGC) serves the Network Leadership and the Global Network of Firms (the Network), providing dedicated legal support in the following areas: Litigation and Regulatory Matters, Counselling, Corporate/Commercial matters, Technology, IP and Data Protection. Position/Program Requirements Minimum Year(s) of Experience: 8 Minimum Degree Required:
Juris Doctorate Knowledge Preferred:
Demonstrates thought leader-level knowledge with, and/or a proven record of success directing efforts in the following areas: - International matters and dealing with colleagues in foreign jurisdictions; - Standard technologies; - Professional malpractice defense; and, - Regulatory enforcement defense. Skills Preferred:
Demonstrates thought leader-level abilities with, and/or a proven record of success directing efforts in the following areas: - Providing legal advice as a specialist in US litigation and/or regulatory enforcement; - Handling highly complex legal issues involving significant risk and requiring the application of seasoned judgment; - 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; - Managing outside counsel to obtain optimal outcome and contain costs; - Negotiating with respect to legal issues; - Identifying when support is needed from other experienced professionals within the organization or from outside counsel; - Managing multiple cases/matters/projects and/or teams of internal and/or external resources; - Building consensus, even for difficult or unpopular courses of action, necessitated by legal or regulatory requirements; - Assessing how to use technology and other processes to most effectively provide support; - Advising and interacting at the senior leadership level; - Managing varied and significant segments of a business or business function; and, - Leveraging proficiency of the Spanish language. The Assurance counseling group provides legal advice to the Firm’s client-facing professionals, leadership, risk management and other groups within the Assurance practice, which includes audit, attest and consulting services. This role is distinct from a litigation attorney, as counselors provide legal advice in real time to assist with professional practice issues, securities laws matters, regulatory and legislative matters, and developing policies and procedures designed to enhance quality and manage risk, support the Firm's business initiatives and respond to legal and regulatory trends and issues.
Counselors also review and advise on engagement letters and other agreements related to client work. Strong litigation and/or regulatory enforcement experience necessary. 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.
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