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The Ohio State University
Counseling and Consultation Service
The Counseling and Consultation Service at The Ohio State University is searching to fill a Psychiatrist position. The position description is listed below. To apply for this position please visit: https://www.jobsatosu.com/ and search job posting #376755. The application deadline is July 28, 2013.
Summary of Duties: Provides outpatient mental health treatment to enrolled University students; collaborates and consults with a multidisciplinary team of health care professionals on patient care; provides education and consultation to University faculty, staff and students on mental health concerns; provides individual treatment to students seeking help for mental health problems; provides consultation with other health care professionals outside the Center; participates in program review and improvement; serves on Center committees; and provides supervision to clinical staff in training.
Required Qualifications: An M.D./D.O. degree is required. A current Ohio medical license required or interim Ohio medical license with ability to obtain an unrestricted Ohio medical license within 6 months of hire, completed psychiatric residency training, a current DEA Certificate, and board eligible/certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. Demonstrated commitment to multiculturalism and diversity.
Pre-Employment Screening: Requires successful completion of a background check.
Counseling and Consultation Service
The Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) is a department within the Office of Student Life, with a mission of providing counseling and mental health services to The Ohio State University campus. The mission of CCS is to promote the personal well-being and academic success of students by providing comprehensive individual and group mental health services, psychoeducational prevention and outreach programming. The multidisciplinary staff includes 24 senior staff (psychologists, psychiatrists, professional counselors, social workers, and a part-time dietitian), 20 trainees, and 10 administrative staff. The staff also includes licensed adjunct clinical staff that help provide evening services.
CCS is housed on the 4th floor of the state-of-the-art Younkin Success Center. The Success Center was designed to provide a variety of offices to support students’ success at The Ohio State University. The other offices comprising the Success Center are: 1) Career Connection, a centralized career counseling office and a Career Resource Center; 2) the Student Athlete Support Services Office (SASSO); 3) the University Center for the Advancement of Teaching, an educational teaching and learning support office; and 4) the Walter E. Dennis Learning Center, which includes a state of the art academic learning lab.
The Center also operates a satellite clinic on campus in conjunction with the Counselor Education and School Psychology programs. The satellite clinic is open full time during the academic year.
The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University a leading comprehensive teaching and research university that combines a responsibility for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge with a land-grant heritage of public service, offering an extensive range of academic programs in the liberal arts, the sciences, and the professions. The main campus in Columbus is home to over 56,000 students.
World-class Education - Ohio State consistently ranks among the top national public universities for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.
Leading-edge Research and Facilities - At Ohio State, leading scholars and scientists provide students with unparalleled opportunities to develop the creativity, independence and problem-solving skills necessary for success in graduate and professional school and in employment.
Great People Make a Great University - Ohio State staff and faculty are some of the finest in the world. They are internationally known for their academic credentials, real-world experience, and cutting-edge research in areas as diverse as supercomputing, human behavior, and transportation.
Outreach and Engagement - Our commitment to Outreach and Engagement at Ohio State means a commitment to a meaningful and mutually beneficial collaboration with partners in education, business, and social service.
Live, Work, Play Columbus
Ohio’s capital is a friendly city of sleek, modern high-rises and century-old buildings along the banks of the Scioto River. In addition to being home to one of the finest universities in the nation, its attractions range from a rich visual and performing arts scene to a renowned zoo, exciting sports, fine restaurants, and enough specialty shops, outlets, and malls to satisfy even the most avid of browsers and buyers. Add to this a special-events calendar that rivals that of any other city its size, and you’ll never lack things to do in Columbus.
Highlights include the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) on the west bank of the Scioto River; the Santa Maria replica docked on the downtown riverfront; three historic downtown theaters (the Ohio Theatre, the Palace, and the Great Southern); the Columbus Zoo; and a wide range of festivals and cultural events.
Sports enthusiasts can choose from a variety of professional and collegiate sports, including the Ohio State Buckeyes; the Columbus Crew (major league soccer); Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL hockey); and the Columbus Clippers (AAA affiliate of the Washington Nationals). But sports fans aren’t the only ones who will enjoy the fun and flavor of the Arena District. This area also offers some of the city’s most delectable eateries and nightspots, as well as fine shops and convenient hotel accommodations.
Three urban districts provide unique opportunities to shop, dine, and explore. Just south of downtown is German Village, the nation’s largest privately restored historic neighborhood. The adjacent Brewery District is a spirited entertainment area. And at downtown’s northern edge is the Short North arts district, often referred to as Columbus’s version of SoHo. The Columbus suburbs of Worthington, Westerville, Grove City, Reynoldsburg, Dublin, and New Albany also welcome visitors with a variety of attractions and events.
Required Application Materials
To apply for this position, you will need to apply online at https://www.jobsatosu.com/; job posting #376755 as well as to send additional information as noted below.: As part of the selection process, candidates will need to include with their application, a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation from someone familiar with their work. Candidates should send/email the 3 letters to the attention of Marusela Anders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 28, 2013
Send Applications To:
Marusela Anders (letters of reference only)
Counseling and Consultation Service, 4th Floor, Younkin Success Center, 1640 Neil Ave
Columbus, OH 43201
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