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The University of Vermont invites applications for the position of Assistant Clinical Services Coordinator to join our dynamic Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS) team. CAPS is staffed by a collaborative multidisciplinary team of clinical professionals in two campus offices as well as within identity centers and other drop-in locations across campus. CAPS is integrated within the Center for Health and Wellbeing which includes Student Health Services, Athletic Medicine, and Education/Outreach (Living Well).
We are seeking professionals with well-developed therapeutic skills, ability to carry a diverse clinical caseload, and experience in supervision. Ideal applicants should be energetic professionals with the skills and creativity to share our commitment to improving the health of UVM students. It is essential that applicants have a deep understanding and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The ideal candidate exhibits flexibility in both their therapeutic and collegial style and thrives in the fast-paced and cyclical nature of a college counseling center. This is a clinical and administrative focused position that requires the ability to juggle various responsibilities including managing a caseload comprised of students with a wide range of clinical severity within a brief treatment frame and administrative responsibilities.
Responsibilities: Responsible for collaborating with the Clinical Services Director regarding the operational and systems planning for clinical and crisis intervention services. Coordinate oversight for clinical and administrative activities in Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS). Provide counseling services to undergraduate and graduate students. Consult with students, faculty, and staff around mental health issues, provide administrative and/or clinical supervision, and community outreach in support of the UVM community. Stay current with best practices in service delivery models in college mental health. Provide supervision to staff, temporary staff and trainees. Coordinate with CAPS leadership in developing and monitoring clinical policies and procedures, quality improvement, clinical data collection and analysis, adherence to ethical and legal standards and compliance with accreditation standards. Represent CHWB in coordinated care initiatives and practices and serves as the primary clinical liaison to Health Information Systems and Student Health Services. Responsible for professional development opportunities for staff with a focus on systems for clinical services.
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling psychology, clinical psychology, social work or other related discipline. Independently licensed and eligible for VT licensing by start date of employment. Experience with mental health issues for college age students. one year experience with clinical and administrative supervision. Experience with electronic health record systems. Ability to enthusiastically support UVM’s commitment to enhance a diverse campus culture and inclusive student experience.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and includes a generous benefit package. Please include cover letter, CV/resume, and contact information for three references.
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