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Director of the Counseling center
Valdosta State University
The Director is responsible for the overall administration and coordination of the resources and activities of the Counseling Center including counseling/ therapy, crisis intervention, outreach, testing, teaching, consultation, and preventive mental health activities. With the staff, the Director develops and implements the philosophy, policies, and procedures of counseling services operations.
The Director is responsible for coordination, recruitment, training, supervision, development, and evaluation of staff.
The Director is responsible for the preparation and administration of budgets; grants; submission of annual reports; preparation of reports and documents representing the needs of the Center and the mental health needs of the university community.
The Director is responsible for providing crisis intervention, referrals, counseling/therapy, outreach, and consultation services to the University; for involvement in University policy formation and program development. He/she represents the Center and educates the University in its response to mental health related issues and in maintaining an environment conducive to healthy growth and development.
The Director is responsible for the administration of evaluation and accountability research procedures and processes that monitor the quality of counseling/clinical services rendered by the Center and to improve the quality of services. He/she serves on university committees and job searches and provides support to Student Affairs and University Departments.
• An earned doctorate in Counseling/Clinical Psychology or related field.
• Seven (7) years increasingly responsible experience within a Counseling Center in a college or university setting.
• Licensure as a mental health professional in the State of Georgia. If not licensed in Georgia, must obtain Georgia license in six months.
• A commitment to providing direct client services to diverse populations, as well as consultation and outreach services.
• Experience in clinical supervision and staff training.
• Experience in the evaluation of Counseling Center clinical services and programs.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Excellent and verbal and written communication skills.
Valdosta State University is a public regional institution with approximately 13,000 students located in south central Georgia. Degrees are offered in Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programs.
The University is located in Valdosta, a city of approximately 55,000. It can easily be reached from three exits off I-75 and is convenient to shopping areas, a variety of restaurants and other attractions. The Valdosta area is served by the Valdosta Municipal Airport and by the airports in Tallahassee and Jacksonville, Florida. The two campuses, located less than a mile apart, include more than 168 acres of land.
Required Application Materials
The official position posting and electronic application can be found at the following link: https://valdosta.peopleadmin.com/postings (P323). Be prepared to electronically submit a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of (3) professional references. Notice: Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful applicant’s execution of consent to criminal history release form and upon consideration of one’s criminal history. A pre-employment credit report may be requested in connection with this position. Valdosta State is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. M/F
May 17, 2013
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The official position posting and electronic application can be found at the following link: https://valdosta.peopleadmin.com/postings (P323). Be prepared to electronically submit a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of (3) professional references.
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