Thursday, March 22, 2018

Beware of Nice Counselor Syndrome!

Active Parenting Now Class

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Student Support Services/Guidance Counselor

Under the general supervision of the Director of Pupil Services, to provide students, parents, administrators, and other teaching staff with information on career and or educational opportunities; administer and interpret career assessment tools; and assist students in developing educational and occupational goals and plans.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Teen Outreach Program Facilitator/Data Specialist Position

FGCU Teaching Position

Florida Gulf Coast University Portal | Teacher

A Teacher in the Family Resources Center assists with planning and implementing daily learning programs and activities to meet the developmental needs of children.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Health Educator

Requisition No: 27226
Agency: Department of Health
Working Title: HEALTH EDUCATOR - 64006547
Position Number: 64006547
Salary: $32,000.00 - $34,500.00
Posting Closing Date: 03/15/2018
This is a highly professional position with lead responsible for linking Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) positive clients to care in Area 8 (Lee, Collier, Hendry/Glades, Charlotte, Desoto and Sarasota Counties). This is regional ARTAS (Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access Services) Health Educator position. This position will work with the current Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (HIV/AIDS) and Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) intervention staff to identify clients that are not in care. The position will locate the client and offer services including care, treatment and referrals to social services. This position will work with community partners in the identification of those out of care clients and those clients that have been released from the county jail. This position is classified as a sensitive position. The Incumbent handles protected health information on a “need to know” basis following Department of Health, HIPAA and Information Security Policy, Protocols and Procedures. Employee abides by State/Federal laws governing health information. Responsible to maintain confidentiality, security, privacy and integrity of protected health information.
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Field Placement Director: John Brown University

Position Summary
The Field Placement Director is an administrative and/or clinical staff position whose primary function is providing strategic management and oversight of the John Brown University (JBU) Graduate Counseling Department’s clinical internship and professional development experiences. This position serves as the primary liaison between JBU’s Graduate Counseling Department and professional counseling agencies and internship sites in the local community. This position reports directly to the Graduate Counseling Department Head. The primary office for this position is at the JBU Main campus in Siloam Springs, AR. Travel is required between the primary office and JBU campuses in Rogers, Fort Smith, and Little Rock, AR.

Role Qualifications
  • Strong ability to create good will with staff, faculty, and students; servant attitude.
  • Commitment to the Articles of Faith, Mission, and Objectives of the University.

Position Responsibilities
  • Manage, coordinate, and approve internship site placement within the Graduate Counseling Department program across all campus locations.
  • Develop and maintain positive referral, marketing, networking, and site relationships while expanding the database of diverse internship site possibilities in the region.
  • Coordinate and implement internship orientations for JBU students, sites, and site supervisors.
  • Maintain consistent and direct communication with internship sites and supervisors, including conducting regular site and supervisor visits. Travel throughout the region is required.
  • Manage site and affiliation agreements/contracts with sites/agencies/supervisors.
  • Manage internship records, record-keeping, and informational technology, including site/student data, activity logs, evaluations, and contracts.
  • Manage internship syllabi, manuals, forms, and documents.
  • Manage and implement professional development (continuing education) training and comprehensive exam delivery, including oversight of the Graduate Counseling Department’s account with the National Board for Certified Counselors.
  • Collaborate with the Executive CARE Clinic Director, CARE Clinic Directors, and Graduate Counseling Department faculty to best serve student and program needs.
  • Manage and supervise assigned Graduate Assistant’s, work-study student, and clinical staff in duties related to internship placement.
  • Other duties and travel as assigned.
The Field Placement Director can perform fee-for-service counseling related activities in the Siloam Springs CARE Clinic at no cost/rent under the direction of the Executive CARE Clinic Director. These services must be performed outside of the FPD’s full-time responsibilities and cannot exceed 10 hours per week. The FPD may be considered the “on-site” supervisor in the event they are performing clinical services during CARE Clinic business hours

Essential Skills and Experience
Strong administration skills, including planning, organizing, assessing, and revising systems, processes, and procedures; effective verbal and written communication skills; effective team leadership skills; ability to use various clinic/office technologies; ability to navigate academic learning management systems; strong interpersonal skills; effective peer collaboration skills; ability to effectively connect with and maintain positive working relationships with external constituents; proven ability to teach and train others effectively; ability to deliver successful presentations to diverse groups.
A minimum of three years clinical or administrative experience working in human services, counseling, or social work settings/agencies.
Marketing, networking, and community relations experience is beneficial.
Director or leadership experience is preferred.

Personal Qualities
An organized, timely, dependable, and hard-working individual who can balance administrative tasks with personal/relational interaction. Must possess an internal drive to achieve departmental benchmarks related to the position, while being a positive influence on peers, students, and external constituents/site supervisors. Must be a team player with a servant attitude who is committed to excellence and ongoing personal growth (professionally and spiritually). Must commit to the Articles of Faith, Mission and Objectives of John Brown University while being a role model for others through the active demonstration of a Christian faith in both personal and professional contexts.

  • Minimum of Master’s degree in Counseling or related field.
  • Licensed (or license eligible) as a counselor (or marriage and family therapist) in the state of Arkansas.
  • Relevant supervisor experience and credentials is preferred.

Weekly Time Allocation
  • 80% Administrative Duties
  • 10% Travel
  • 10% Site/Community Relations

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Please complete the application and then upload it along with your resume and cover letter to the "Upload Your Documents" tab on the left. Only complete materials will be reviewed. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted by the university.