ClinicalCounselor/PsychologistDepartment: Counseling Center Employment type: Staff - RegularBargaining Unit: BU ExemptShift: 18:15 am - 5:00 pmHours Per Week: 40FTE: 1Division: Unclassified PSA FTLocation: Main Campus Student AffairsNumber of Openings: 1Salary Range: Salary will commensurate with experience Grade: Salaried MC - UN04Float: N/ARotate: N/AOn Call: N/ATravel: N/AWeekend/Holiday: N/APosition Description
The primary function of this 12 month full time position is to provide services to meet the mental health needs of enrolled University of Toledo students as well as consultation to University faculty and staff. This position is responsible for conducting initial screens for mental health services, face to face on-going individual/couples counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention services, consultation services and outreach activities.
For Clinical Counselor position:
- Master's Degree (Doctoral preferred) in Counseling Psychology or Counselor Education and Supervision. PCC-S or equivalent required.
- Licensure in Ohio: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor by State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapist Board.
- 2 years clinical experience in a university counseling center or mental health agency.
- 30 hours of continuing education approved by Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapist Board every two years to maintain license.
- Demonstrated excellence in verbal communication and customer service
- Competence in Microsoft software programs and use of the internet.
For Psychologist Position:
- Master's Degree (Doctoral preferred) in Counseling Psychology, Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or Counseling and Guidance is required.
- License or license eligible in the State of Ohio by the State Board of Psychology; meet APA criteria to supervise doctoral students.
- 23 hours of continuing education approved by the State Board of Psychology every two years to maintain licensure.
- Two years clinical experience working with university students or related work in a mental health center or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential job functions required.
Communication and other skills:
- Demonstrated excellence in verbal communication and customer service.
- Proficiency in the use of Titanium, Microsoft programs and the internet.
- Knowledge of university and community resources.
- For Psychologist Position: Knowledge of Student development and residence life issues preferred.
- Professional office environment. Will be exposed to students experiencing varying levels of psychological distress.
Computer access is available at most public libraries and at the Office of Human Resources located in the Academic Services Center, Suite 1000 on the Scott Park Campus or at the satellite HR Office located at the Facilities Services Building, Suite 1000 on the Health Science Campus.