As Assistant Director, provide daily direction and guidance to clinical staff of student counseling services and assist the Director in maintaining policy and procedures for the center. Responsibilities include direct clinical care, such as individual, group and couples counseling, brief assessment and crisis intervention with students, as well as supervision of professional staff, development of outreach and educational programs, and consultation to the campus community to promote mental health. This position will also be responsible for crisis management and will participate on committees, as well as collaborate and consult with administrators, faculty and students on issues/programs related to various issues on campus.
Required Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology with completion of clinical internship. Considerable experience (3-5 years) providing psychological services, such as clinical assessment, crisis intervention, and brief therapy. Licensure as psychologist in the state of Virginia or immediate eligibility to be licensed in Virginia if coming from another State. Advanced training and/or experience in clinical supervision. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. Ability to treat all people equitably and with sensitivity and awareness to cultural differences. Considerable knowledge of professional ethics and the ability to apply to current work. Strong interpersonal skills. Self-motivated with demonstrated understanding of the developmental issues of college students.
Preferred Qualifications: Degree from an APA accredited program and internship. Current licensure in the state of Virginia. Experience working in a college/university counseling center. Demonstrated ability to work with first generation college student issues. Experience with electronic mental health records.
Education/Experience: Doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology with completion of a clinical internship. Considerable experience (3-5 years) providing psychological services, such as clinical assessment, crisis intervention, and brief therapy.
How to apply: Candidates must apply online at http://jobs.radford.edu and attach a cover letter, resume, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three professional references. Review of applicants will being on May 9, 2019. For general information, contact Gina Stike in the Dean of Students Office at 540-831-6297 or email@example.com.
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