Director of Counseling Center; Mental Health Clinician
The Counseling Center serves all students for personal/mental health counseling. The director will manage the operations of the Counseling Center, as well as provide direct clinical service. The director supervises two part-time mental health clinicians, and a graduate student intern.
Direct service duties, which are shared among all staff include, but are not limited to:
- Mental health counseling services to students (undergraduate and graduate)
- Crisis intervention
- Psycho-educational programming, outreach and/or training to students and/or staff
- Training, education and clinical supervision of graduate student intern
- Consultation services to faculty/staff
- Emergency on-call rotation
Administrative duties of the director include, but are not limited to:
- Personnel management, including hiring of new staff
- Management of client records
- Budget management
- Monthly and annual reporting/data tracking
- Maintenance of client resources (e.g. webpages, pamphlets, books, videos, etc.)
- Participation in CARE (Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation) and Threat Assessment Teams
- Participation in Disability Review Committee for special accommodations
- Preparation for new students, including orientation activities
- Responsibility for departmental goals/objectives, including updates to college’s planning and assessment cycle
- Management of external relationships and contracts (consulting psychiatrist and local hospital’s adult psychiatric unit)
- Other administrative duties as may be needed to support the vice president and dean of students
The mental health clinician may assist with some of the above administrative duties. Applicant must be a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia (or immediately license eligible), with requisite training to supervise a graduate student intern. The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise with college age or late adolescent/younger adult women and men, across a broad range of presenting issues and psychopathology. College/University counseling center experience is beneficial, but is not required. The candidate will be dedicated to the support of student development and the wider college community. Randolph College, founded as Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, is located in Lynchburg, VA at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is a small, private liberal arts institution with a longstanding reputation for excellence in teaching and an appreciation for and commitment to diversity. In the 2017 edition of the Princeton Review, Randolph was rated in the top 20 nationally in the categories of “Professors Get High Marks.” In the 2015 edition we were rated for “Lots of Race/Class Interaction.”
The director position is ten month, full-time, with benefits (August 1 through May 31) and the mental health clinician is a 9 month position, part-time position without benefits. Randolph offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to
Director of Human Resources,
2500 Rivermont Ave.,
Lynchburg, VA 24503
or via email to: email@example.com.
EOE Position details can be found at: http://www.randolphcollege.edu/humanresources/category/job_openings/ Review of applications will begin March 12 and continue until the position is filled.