Student Services Program Coordinator II
Internal Title: Assistant Director for Behavioral Intervention
Posting Number: STA00142PO18
College/Division: Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support
Department: Student Conduct
Advertised Salary Range: $32,838-$45,000
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Student Services
Advertised Job Summary: The Assistant Director coordinates campus support systems and resources to students involved in the behavioral intervention process. As a member of the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), the Assistant Director is a point person for referred students, their families, and affected campus community members in addressing significant behavioral concerns. The Assistant Director assists the BIT with overall case management by triaging referrals, coordinating interventions, meeting with referred students, managing crisis, and tracking students' completion of recommendations. S/he works closely with other campus resource providers, clinicians, student affairs units, and community support systems in coordinating a response that balances the needs of individual students with the safety and welfare of the University community. S/he is responsible for making contact with families at night and on weekends when necessary and acts as the team's chairperson in his/her absence. S/he organizes the assessment efforts of the BIT and is responsible for designing and coordinating campus-wide trainings and outreach to students, faculty, and staff. The Assistant Director reports to the Executive Director of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity, who is Chair of the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Master's degree from an accredited institution in social work, higher education and student affairs, counseling, public health or related field; Or bachelor's degree and 2 years of related experience.
EEO Statement: The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, protected veteran status or genetics.