Positions in Counseling Centers

Position Title

Cleveland State University

Counseling Center

Salary Range
Entry level

Position Description
Assumes responsibility for providing confidential individual and group counseling/psychotherapy, assessment and crisis intervention services. Develops individual client therapy plans. Provides training and clinical supervision for Counseling Center psychology trainees. Assumes clinical and legal responsibilities for supervised trainees. Interacts professionally with all internal and external customers using strong customer service skills.

Minimum Qualifications
Ph.D. in Psychology, two (2) years of supervised professional experience in psychological work; at least one (1) of these years must be post-doctoral experience. Must hold a current license to practice psychology. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Desired Qualifications
Supervisory experience. Two years university counseling center experience. Experience in at least two of the following specialized areas of practice: eating disorders, chemical dependency, sexual assault, anxiety management, dialectical behavior therapy, use of electronic media to engage students.

University Description
About CSU
At a Glance
Established: 1964 by action of the Ohio General Assembly

First classes held: Fall 1965

Enrollment: Approximately 16,000 — 80 percent from Cuyahoga County; 98 percent from Ohio

Student profile: 57 percent women, 43 percent men. Approximately 28 percent minorities, of which 18 percent is African American. More than 800 international students. Average age 25. CSU students represent 32 states and 75 countries. About one-third are in graduate school or law school. More than half are part-time students and transfer students – CSU’s junior class is consistently larger than its freshman class.

Graduates: More than 100,000 — 80 percent live in the area

Full-time Employees: 575 faculty (93 percent have Ph.D. or highest degree in their field); 1,000 staff

Semester tuition and fees: Undergraduate $4,098; Graduate $5,908.50; Law $8,524.75

Location: In the heart of downtown Cleveland, Euclid Avenue between East 17th and East 30th Street; Carnegie Ave. to Payne Ave. Extended campuses in Westlake and Solon.

Campus: More than 85 acres, 40-plus buildings (largest footprint in downtown Cleveland)

Phone: 216.687.2000

Research Grants/Contracts: $46 million in federal, state, local and private grants (FY 2007)

Partnerships/Collaborations: More then 250, including the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland Metropolitan School District, City of Cleveland, NASA Glenn Research Center, business/industry, federal government, other higher education institutions, and more

Academic organization: Eight Colleges, including Business Administration, Education and Human Services, Engineering, Law, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Science, Urban Affairs, and Graduate Studies. The Division of Continuing Education offers noncredit courses to thousands of students each year. Project 60 offers free classes to senior citizens.

Academic programs: More than 1,000 courses support 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs. The University also offers an Honors Program to academically talented and highly motivated students.

Athletics: NCAA Division I. Men’s baseball, basketball, fencing, golf, soccer, swimming, wrestling and tennis. Women’s basketball, cross-country, fencing, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, volleyball and golf. Colors: forest green and white. Nickname: Vikings. Affiliations: Horizon League and Eastern Wrestling League.

Student activities: Student Government Association, Student Bar Association, Campus Activities Board, student-run radio station (WCSB-FM), three student newspapers (the Cauldron, The Vindicator and The Cleveland Stater), Whiskey Island literary magazine, the Gavel law school publication, five national fraternities, seven sororities and more than 150 student honorary, professional, cultural and social organizations.

Region Description
The City of Cleveland is an exceptional Midwestern community. Approximately 400,000 people call Cleveland home. Additionally, this City anchors the Cleveland+ region, which is home to 4 million residents. The City of Cleveland is made up of many vibrant neighborhoods - each offering fantastic amenities and various lifestyle opportunities. Diversity is evident throughout, as Cleveland is home to more than 75 different nationalities and ethnic communities. Our neighborhoods range in size from 2,000 residents to over 34,000. While their size may compare to surrounding suburbs, their quality and value go unmatched in Northeast Ohio. Our wonderful neighborhoods are filled with engaging residents, a thriving business community with an energetic workforce, and an amazing collection of arts, culture, entertainment and recreational opportunities.
Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is a major metropolitan City in Northeast Ohio. It offers over eight miles of lakefront and covers 77 square miles. It is easily accessed by air, sea, and of course, land. The City is serviced by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport. It is home to the Cleveland Cuyahoga Port Authority as well as six recreational marinas. Cleveland also is accessible by many major highways - I-77, I-90, I-480, Route 2, I-176, and I-71 all lead into our great City.
The region offers unsurpassed educational and world-class medical facilities, regional and national centers for the arts, and top-notch entertainment and professional sports, and is surrounded by an extensive array of scenic parks, situated within a few miles of beautiful Lake Erie, one of the largest fresh water lakes in the world.

Not only does Northeast Ohio allow you to take advantage of superb cultural, educational, recreational, and entertainment amenities, but it does so at a cost-of-living well below that of other major metropolitan areas across the country! Residents in Northeast Ohio enjoy affordable housing, easily accessible roads and transportation services, and an unparalleled quality of life.

Required Application Materials
Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae

Application Deadline
October 9, 2013 Applications will be exclusively accepted online at http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/hrd/employment.html. Mailed or emailed application materials will not be accepted.

Starting Date
January 2, 2014

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