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Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Specialist
Bowling Green State University
As a member of the Counseling Center clinical staff, this position provides the University with comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention and early intervention services. These services include mental health consultation and assessment, outreach, coordination of services and education on related topics for BGSU and the community. This position may also provide general mental health services to students, respond to mental health related crises, and provide occasional after-hours crisis consultation to the University. The Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Specialist is also an active participant in the Center’s mental health and psychology training programs.
Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities
• Intervention services: Student screening and assessments, recommendations, education, support and counseling. Crisis management and after-hours consultation. Documentation of services.
• Case Management: Staffing, letters and coordination of service from referral sources such as BG probation, Dean of Students, Residence Life staff, Athletics and other referral sources.
• Community building and committee work: Serve on the University’s Drug, Alcohol and Sexual Offenses coalition, and the Wood County Prevention Coalition, networking with other offices on campus and with other campuses, professionals and community offices.
• Prevention services: Outreach and education which includes programs for student classes and presentations for faculty, staff and community on a variety of related topics.
• Coordination of Counseling Center AOD Services: Provide oversight of AOD classes, supervise graduate assistant, and consult with other clinical staff regarding AOD concerns.
• Provide educational seminars on topics related to alcohol and drug prevention to Counseling Center staff and trainees.
This list of essential duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive. The individual will perform other essential duties as assigned.
Master’s degree in social work, counseling or related field required. Also required two years experience in alcohol and other drug assessment, education and counseling as well as experience in the provision of mental health services. Eligible for licensure in the State of Ohio for the appropriate profession (e.g. Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Independent Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor).
Supervisory certification for the appropriate profession.
State-assisted university founded in 1910
1,338 acres with 119 buildings on the main campus, located in Bowling Green, Ohio, 23 miles south of Toledo, adjacent to Interstate 75
Faculty & Staff:
900 full-time faculty on main campus; 45 full-time faculty at BGSU Firelands
1,510 full- and part-time non-teaching staff members
Nearly 20,000 students from 50 states and about 70 foreign nations
3,000 graduate students
18,000 students on the main campus
2,500 students at BGSU Firelands
1,880 undergraduates over the age of 25
530 evening students on the main campus
2,970 African-American, Native American, Hispanic and Asian-Pacific Island students
620 international students
59 percent of students graduate within six years of first enrolling
Semester system with multiple summer sessions
More than 200 undergraduate majors and programs, 47 master’s degree programs and 17 doctoral degree programs
BGSU Firelands offers 4 certificate programs, 14 associate degree programs representing 23 areas of study, 8 bachelor’s degree programs and 2 master’s degree programs
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
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With mile upon mile of shorelines, islands and riverbanks shaping the terrain almost wherever you turn, the Toledo Region abounds in striking geographies and abundant nature. More species of freshwater fish and birds make their home here than just about anywhere else in the nation, and an impressive string of parks and reserves makes all this wildlife readily accessible.
Generations of the region’s residents and their neighbors recognized their region’s rare combination of opportunity and beauty and made the commitment to strike deep, lasting roots here. The cultural and social investments they made, and the distinctive neighborhoods and communities they created, remain to welcome new generations today.
For people looking for a true sense of belonging in an era of upheaval and change, the Toledo Region extends a particular welcome. Here, the remarkable combination of affordability and accessibility that one finds only at rare moments and places converges to create a quality of life that others can only dream of.
And that’s entirely right for a region that will attract and retain the best talents from elsewhere as well as within as the heart of the New Manufacturing Economy, where good ideas can reach global proportions, and life can be good every step of the way.
Required Application Materials
Submit cover letter w/email address, resume, and contact information of 3 professional references (in one document as one attachment if possible) by email or regular mail to the addresses listed below. (Credentials must be received by the deadline date. Official transcript(s) will be required of final candidates.) Bowling Green State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. We are committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities. BGSU hires only individuals authorized to work in the United States. For information regarding BGSU’s crime statistics, please visit Public Safety’s website at www.bgsu.edu/offices/safety
Deadline to apply: July 10, 2013
Send Applications To:
Office of Human Resources (Search J-62606)
1851 N. Research Drive
Bowling Green, OH 43403-0201
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