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Certified Licensed Counselor

Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC

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Administrative Jobs
Student Affairs, Counseling
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
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Position Title::

Certified Licensed Counselor

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Full-time or Part-time::

Full Time


Counseling and Personal Development Center

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EHRA (Non-Faculty)

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Hiring Range::

Commensurate with Education and Experience

Minimum salary::

Commensurate with Education and Experience

Maximum salary::

Commensurate with Education and Experience

Overall Position Competency::

Flat Rate

Description of primary duties and responsibilities::

Primary Purpose of the Organizational Unit:

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to providing an exceptional co-curricular experience, supportive of the academic mission at Fayetteville State University from orientation through graduation. With a strong emphasis on total student development, the division strives to prepare each student for a productive, ethical and meaningful life after college, while fostering an inclusive campus community in support of the educational mission of the university.
The primary mission of The Counseling and Personal Development Center (CPDC) is to provide programs and outreach services to promote student engagement and assist in theemotional, psychological, physical and intellectual development of students with diverse backgrounds.

Description of Work Continued::

Primary Purpose of the Position:

The Certified Licensed Counselor serves as a key member of the larger team of committed mental health professionals and promotes emotional wellbeing and support services to assist in the emotional, psychological, and intellectual development of students with diverse backgrounds. The position is responsible for the delivery of comprehensive behavioral health/ substance use counseling services primarily to military/military-affiliated students. The position will provide individual, couples*, group counseling services, transformative presentations, and in-service trainings to augment the total educational process, thereby maintaining a climate conducive to the academic growth and development of all students.

Direct Services
Conduct comprehensive counseling evaluations that include but are not limited to the assessment of intellectual, developmental, academic, social/emotional and behavioral status.
Assessment and data collection by use of standardized evaluation techniques. Interpret and utilize assessment data for the purpose of writing counseling reportsand developing written intervention plans.
Provide individual, couples*, group counseling services to students. Develop, monitor, evaluate and adjust counseling goals as needed. Provide crisis intervention.
Create, organize and maintain up-to-date confidential counseling records. Outreach ServicesDevelop and provide transformative presentations that assist college students with developing coping strategies for varying psychosocial stressors.
Promote services and programs by developing flyers, brochures, promotional and resource materials.
Consult with instructors and administrators regarding specific students.
Program EvaluationAssist in the design and implementation of program evaluation. Participate in program evaluation. Professional DevelopmentAttend in-service meetings and conferences to assist in the development of professional attitudes and skills.
Maintain professional skills through reading of current literature and professional memberships.
Participate in professional organizations.
Division and University ResponsibilitiesParticipate on Student Affairs, University and/or community committees, coalitions, task forces and/ or search committees.
Develop programs in accordance with the Division of Student Affairs Competencies. Assist with university wide program Other Duties AssignedOther duties as needed or assigned by the Director of the Counseling and Personal Development Center.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements::

1. Master’s degree or above
2. State Certification in Counseling

Preferred Qualifications::

2-3 years of post-graduate clinical experience providing comprehensive behavioral health/ substance use counseling services.Knowledge and competency in culturally informed therapeutic approaches.
Experience with time-oriented, brief models of mental health counseling.

Open Until Filled::


Additional Information for Applicants:

All new employees are required to have listed credentials/degrees verified prior to employment. Transcripts should be provided for all earned degrees and/or the degree which is being used to satisfy credential/qualification requirements. Transcript requests are the responsibility of the candidate.

EEO Statement::

This position is subject to the successful completion of an employment background check. An employment background check includes a criminal background check, employment verification, reference checks, license verification (if applicable), academic verification and credit history check (if applicable).

Fayetteville State University is committed to equality of educational opportunity and employment and does not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information or veteran status. Moreover, Fayetteville State University values diversity and actively seeks to recruit talented students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds.

Veteran's Statement:

Fayetteville State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and seeks priority referrals of protected veterans for our openings.

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Working at Fayetteville State University

Fayetteville State University (FSU) is a member of the prestigious University of North Carolina System. Situated in southeastern North Carolina, FSU prides itself in being in one of the most diverse cities in the country and neighbor to one of the nation’s largest military installations – Fort Bragg.

FSU has a rich history that serves as genesis for its current status as a leading institution of higher learning. A year after the Civil War ended, the Phillips School provided primary education to Fayetteville’s black citizens, and the Sumner School provided intermediate education for this population. The two schools were consolidated in 1869 and dedicated in April of that year as the Howard School, in honor of the Freedman’s Bureau chief General O.O. Howard. Seven prominent African-American men pooled $136 to purchase two lots for the first building that housed the Howard School. Robert Harris was named the first principal of the Howard School.

In 1877, the Howard School became not just the first public normal school for African Americans in North Carolina but also the first state-sponsored institution for the education of African-American teachers in the South. It was renamed the State Colored Normal School in Fayetteville that year, Fayetteville State Teachers College in 1939, Fayetteville State College in 1963, and Fayetteville State University in 1969.

While FSU’s roots are as a teacher education institution, it now offers nearly 70 degrees at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels. Many of the programs are accredited by the top agencies. The university’s School of Business and Economics is endorsed by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB is one of the most prestigious and rigorous accrediting bodies for business programs in higher education. Currently, less than one-third of U.S. business programs and only 15% of the world's business programs have earned AACSB accreditation. Receipt of this distinguished accreditation provides evidence that FSU’s School of Business and Economics has established itself as a leader among business schools. Additionally, the Master of Business Administration program has been cited by U.S. News and World Report and The Princeton Review as one of the best graduate business school programs in the country. The Department of Criminal Justice is accredited by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). FSU’s criminal justice program is the only such program in North Carolina to hold ACJS certification.

FSU is rapidly becoming a center for research and technology. In spring 2010, the university, in conjunction with the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, cut the ribbon on the Southeastern North Carolina Regional Microanalytical and Imaging Center. The center is home to the electron microprobe, an advanced imaging tool that magnifies objects up to 300,000 times.

FSU is a partner in the community. The institution has formulated a strong relationship with the local municipality and with civic and social organizations in the area. The institution enjoys its partnership with its military neighbors. In the coming years, as a result of Base Realignment
and Closure (BRAC), Fort Bragg will be home to more than 50,000 soldiers and some of the nation’s top military brass. To address their educational needs, FSU has implemented a degree in intelligence studies with plans to offer more academic programs with the military in mind.

Students who come to FSU know they will be learning in a nurturing environment from some of the top scholars in their respective fields. As they matriculate, they know their degrees will prepare them to be 21st century global scholars, change agents, and contributing members of society.

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