Psychologist/Social Worker/Counselor – Substance Abuse and Prevention (.83 FTE)
The University of St. Thomas invites qualified candidates to apply for a Substance Abuse and Prevention Psychologist/Social Worker/Counselor within the new Center for Well-Being.
The University of St. Thomas embraces diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity for all. Our convictions of dignity, diversity and personal attention call us to embody and champion a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. We welcome applicants of diverse races, ethnicities, geographic origins, gender identities, ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, religions, work experience, physical and intellectual abilities, and financial means. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. This commitment is consistent with our mission to inspire our students, using the Catholic intellectual tradition, to think critically, work skillfully, and act wisely – all for the common good. A successful candidate will possess a commitment to the ideals of this mission.
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
The University of St. Thomas offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits program, which includes:
Up to 100% tuition remission for employees, spouses, and dependents upon eligibility
A generous Employer retirement contribution of 9.4% of annual salary upon eligibility
Medical, dental, and vision options
Employer-paid disability, life, and AD&D benefits
The Psychologist/Social Worker/Counselor position will provide general mental health counseling with a special focus on substance use/abuse assessment, treatment, prevention, and recovery support. This position will provide early identification, assessment, intervention, and referrals for general mental health needs, including concerns related to substance use/abuse.
This position will report to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services and collaborate closely with all University primary care providers, case manager, counselors and other health team members. Staff counselors at Counseling and Psychological Services provide time-limited individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation and psycho-educational services to primarily to undergraduate and graduate students, and consultation to faculty and staff.
Counseling and Psychological Services is part of the Center for Well-Being, an integrated health care delivery and prevention service combining the offices of Counseling and Psychological Services, Health Services, Wellness, and Sexual Violence Prevention.
This position has a .83 FTE. We anticipate this role to work 5 days per week, 10 months out of the year, depending on business needs.
Provide individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, assessment, outreach and consultation to both general college student mental health and in the area of alcohol, drugs, prevention, and recovery support.
Provide assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and resources to undergraduate and graduate students presenting with concerns related to substance use/abuse and/or in need of recovery support.
Collaborate with Wellness, Health Services, and Sexual Violence Prevention and other campus partners on outreach and prevention programming related to college student substance use.
Provides outreach, workshops, and training on various mental health and wellbeing topics as needed.
Conducts assessment and intervention for urgent and emergent student needs related to substance use/abuse.
Provides consultation and supervision to CAPS doctoral psychology interns and practicum students on general mental health issues and issues related to substance use/abuse.
Engage in campus committee work as assigned by Director and/or as time permits.
Additional responsibilities and duties as assigned.
Master’s degree in clinical or counseling psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy from an accredited program
Three years of professional level experience to include experience working with an Electronic Health Record System (EHR)
Licensed or license-eligible to practice independently in the State of Minnesota as an LP, LPCC, LICSW, or LMFT
This position may also provide clinical supervision to graduate student trainees if experience and licensure allows.
Doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy from an accredited program
Experienced competency in general mental health issues and substance abuse counseling, particularly with college students or young adults
Experience with prevention programming, planning and providing outreach (workshops, training) activities
HOW TO APPLY
On the University of St. Thomas Jobs page, follow the instructions to complete an online application which includes uploading a resume and copy/pasting a job specific cover letter.
In light of its commitment to create and maintain a safe learning and working environment, employment with the University of St. Thomas requires consent and successful completion of a background screening.
The University of St. Thomas, Minnesota Human Resources Department advertises the official job listing on its website at www.stthomas.edu/jobs.
The University of St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer