Apply for the Vacancy for Mental Health Counselor at Norwich University. The category of the position is Counseling and Psychological Services.
Norwich University is accepting applications for two Mental Health Counselors. These are two new, temporary positions approved for one academic year (August-May) that may be reclassified as regular, continuing positions at the end of the year. Additionally, one position requires extensive multicultural experience and prior participation in DEI initiatives.
- Conduct regular office hours (Monday through Friday).
- Complete intake assessments.
- Also, the incumbent will maintain an active caseload through conducting individual therapy, including diagnosis and case management.
- Likewise, maintain relationships with and make referrals to appropriate mental health care professionals, community agencies, or providers as warranted.
- Work with hospital staff to coordinate student inpatient stays and streamline their discharge planning.
- Also, provide crisis intervention on a rotating week on-call basis (to include weekends).
- Additionally, respond to mental health disasters, after hours, as necessary.
- Offer at least one group therapy experience per academic year based on overall need.
- Facilitate at least one outreach activity per semester to support the CWC office’s mission to educate students about wellness issues facing college students through means such as a facilitated discussion, presentation, workshop, or screenings, in addition to student leader training.
- Furthermore, act as a consultant to, and work collaboratively with, Student Health Services in the management of clinical cases.
Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, or other specialty related to job function.
- At least three years of full-time mental health counseling experience.
- Preferred experience counseling young adults/college students in a college counseling center from a brief-oriented model of service delivery.
- Also, experience and skill working with multicultural populations, including international students, TLGBT students, BIPOC students, athletes, veterans, and others.
- Additionally, experience in training and/or speaking to small and large groups is necessary.
Special skills, knowledge, license, certifications:
- Licensed or license-eligible master’s level practitioner.
- Likewise, the candidate must maintain licensure or be actively working toward licensure for continued employment.
- Demonstrated analytical skills, organizational skills, and attention to detail.
Must be able to:
- Relate effectively with all members of a diverse academic community.
- Work in a fast-paced, high volume environment.
- Prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines.
- Also, use computers, telephones, and general office equipment, including proficiency in Banner, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook; they must develop proficiency as needed.
- Speak, read, and write in English.
- Likewise, communicate by telephone, email, letter, or in person.
- Similarly, sit, stand, kneel, squat, reach, push, pull, and use hands and fingers to manipulate office equipment.
- Also, mobility outdoors to various parts of the campus.
- Lift 15 pounds.
Norwich University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing a positive education and work environment that recognizes and respects the dignity of all students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, reasonable accommodations will be made for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at [email protected] for assistance
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