Posting Number: S000179
Posting Type: External - Open to All Applicants
Department: Counseling Center
Benefits Summary: Benefit package includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription insurance, Life insurance, Workers’ Compensation insurance, Unemployment insurance, and Total Disability insurance. Retirement: The University contributes 4% of the regular salary with up to 3% additional in matched contributions into the TIAA Retirement Program. Other benefits include tuition remission for employee, spouse, and employee’s dependent children under the age of 25 (this does not include the last two year of the PharmD program or the JD), twenty days of vacation and twenty days of paid medical leave per year.
Job Summary: The Director of Counseling oversees the Counseling Center’s effort to provide mental health care and related services to students as needed. Several of the chief tasks include counseling students, maintaining treatment records, providing crises intervention, providing follow-up assessments, participating in orientations, conducting prevention seminars, serving on various committees, providing consultation services, supervising staff members and performing budget responsibilities.
Scope: Serve as the Director of Counseling and oversee the provision of mental health care and related services to students in need
- Provide mental health counseling services to students in need
- Maintain accurate and timely treatment records
- Provide crisis intervention services to students experiencing crises
- Provide follow-up assessments for students found in violation of the ONU alcohol policy
- Participate in new student orientations
- Conduct prevention seminars to students and other members of the community on requested topics such as stress management and substance abuse
- Represent the counseling staff on University committees including the Student Behavioral Intervention Team and the 504 Planning Committee
- Provide consultation services to other departments, faculty and staff in an effort to meet identified student needs
- Supervise the work of the other staff members in the Counseling Center. Supervision not related to licensure
- Make recommendations or decisions affecting not only the assigned department, but also operations, services, individuals or activities of other department as well
- Interpret and apply a variety of procedures, policies and precedents
- Correspond with external contacts to respond to inquiries or convey the enforcement of regulations, policies and procedures
- Oversee the annual department budget
- Ability to solve problems through the identification and analysis of diverse issues
- Ease in discussing issues of moderate importance with higher officials through cooperation, explanation and persuasion
- Advanced knowledge of professional theories and practices within the given field and a working knowledge of related fields
- Master’s Degree in Counseling or a related field
- Five to seven years of similar work experience
- Ohio Licensure required.
- Doctoral Degree in Psychology or related field with Ohio licensure
- Candidates also licensed from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board are preferred
Appointment Length: 12-months
Open Until Filled: No
For additional information, and to apply, please visit https://jobs.onu.edu/postings/5985.
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