Student Services Program Coordinator II-Assistant Director of Substance Abuse Prevention & Educatio

Location
Columbia, SC
Posted
May 02, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Job Title Student Services Program Coordinator II-Assistant Director of Substance Abuse Prevention & Education

Internal Title Assistant Director of Substance Abuse Prevention and Education

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Band 5

Requisition Number 011673

Minimum Salary $39,405

Salary Range

Pay Basis 12 months

Department Student Life

Campus USC Columbia

Expected Fill Date

Job Posting Date 05-01-2017

Reopen Date

Minimum Posting Period Ends 05-07-2017

Job Close Date 06-26-2017

Type of Position
Staff

Job Type Full-Time

Job Category Professional/Administrative

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Job Description
The Assistant Director of Substance Abuse Prevention and Education oversees the coordination for the brief motivational interviewing intervention program and manages the data assessment and evaluation efforts for the office. The assistant director recruits, trains and supervises STIR coaches who conduct the individual interviews with students who have been referred to the program due to high-risk behavior or hospitalization. The assistant director monitors and evaluates prevention and intervention service delivery which includes the scheduling of appointments, providing the training and support to the staff, and evaluating the effectiveness of the program and its impact on student behavior. The assistant director maintains a case load of student clients sanctioned to the program, in addition to the overall coordination of the program. The assistant director serves as a liaison to campus and community offices in order to effectively address high-risk student behavior and identify students of concern.


Minimum Qualifications
Masters degree in Student Personnel Services or related field and 4 years related experience, or bachelor's degree and 6 years related experience.

A variable work schedule is required.

Knowledge of alcohol and other drug prevention theory and current research and assessment practices in the field of alcohol and other drug prevention and education.


Preferred Qualifications
Master's in Social Work, Public Health, Counseling or related field preferred.


Documents which must be associated with this posting
Resume/CV
Cover Letter


Special Instructions to Applicants
Please include three references with contact information as a component of your application.

SOC Code

PI97674922