Associate Director of Training and Outreach - Counseling Center

Location
Leicester, Massachusetts
Salary
Commensurate with experience
Posted
Jul 24, 2017
Administrative Jobs
Student Affairs, Counseling
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Becker College is seeking applicants for the positon of Associate Director of Training and and Outreach in our Counseling Center. The requirements for this positon include:

 

Licensure as a psychologist in the state of Massachusetts within five months of date of hire; a minimum of one year of previous experience working in a university/college counseling center setting(s); demonstrated ability to fluently use Titanium software, communicate effectively through written and verbal modalities, and work well with electronic systems (e.g., eFax); flexible interpersonal style with excitement about both receiving and providing supervision and making long-term programming contributions to the center; openness and ability to facilitate a minimum of one to two interpersonal process and/or skill based counseling groups per semester; willingness to develop an individualized treatment plan for each student and monitor treatment outcomes in accordance with Counseling Center practices and policies; ability to provide a minimum of three outreach programs, on behalf of the Counseling Center, each semester that match with current student interests and campus needs; ability to form strong working relationships with Student Affairs staff, including Campus Police, Residential Life, and Campus Activities, as evidenced by strong interpersonal skills, that will cultivate collaborative and respectful relationships with colleagues; openness and ability to supervise a minimum of one to two graduate interns and/or post-doctoral fellows each semester; demonstrated professionalism and commitment to ethical practice; availability to provide 24 hour on call coverage for students when fall/spring academic courses are in session (i.e., September through May) for one to two weeks per month, excluding holiday breaks; demonstrated skills and proficiency with crisis management and risk assessment; previous experience planning, implementing, and organizing outreach programs as well as planning, organizing, and facilitating skill based/psychoeducational, support, and interpersonal process groups; demonstrated ability and experience providing primary supervision to trainees representing a diverse range of training programs (e.g., doctoral/post-doctoral trainees in counseling/clinical psychology, Master’s trainees in counseling); and, previous experience administering, interpreting, and providing feedback related to brief psychological instruments (e.g., Beck Inventories).

 

To apply, please submit the following materials to Dr. Chantelle Pseekos, Director of the Counseling Center, through email attachments to: chantelle.pseekos@becker.edu. A letter of interest; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; de-identified Intake report including: 1) A brief treatment plan, 2) Theoretical approaches/interventions that are anticipated for use during the course of treatment, and 3) Diagnostic Impressions and/or themes that appear to be relevant for work with the client; a one to two page statement reflecting: your approach to supervision, group counseling, and outreach programming; and a Graduate Transcript (non-official copy is acceptable).

 

Becker College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution and prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, gender identification, genetic information, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.