The Case Manager is a full-time, 10-month (August-May) position responsible for managing the student of concern behavioral intervention processes for Ithaca College, including establishing systems and processes that proactively identify and engage in early intervention with students of concern. Responsibilities include providing case management and intervention for students identified as at risk due to concerns about the student’s general well-being or about specific behaviors that may be disruptive, threatening, or otherwise harmful to the student or campus community. The successful candidate will provide leadership and serve as a member of the Ithaca College Behavior Intervention (BIT) Team and collaborate with the BIT Team to identify students in need of assessment, case management, intervention, referral and follow-up. The Case Manager will develop and implement outreach programs regarding the BIT Team to the College community, and establish and maintain collaborative and consultative working relationships within the College. The Case Manager will perform data collection, analysis and reporting, and will report directly to the Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Campus Life. Earned Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field and a minimum of three years of experience working in a college or counseling setting required. Interested individuals should apply online at https://apply.icjobs.org.
Nancy Reynolds, MSPH
Program Director, Center for Health Promotion
Office of Counseling and Wellness
953 Danby Rd. | Ithaca, NY 14850