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Friday, July 29, 2016

FGCU Position: Coordinator for Residential Student Conduct


Job TitleCoordinator for Residential Student Conduct
Job Description
As the Coordinator for Residential Student Conduct you will assists in the overall management of the residential student conduct process within the Office of Housing and Residence Life (OHRL).
Required Qualifications
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related degree.
Consideration will be given to applicants who will have their Master’s degree conferred by July 1, 2016.
Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Counseling, or related degree and two years of residence life or student affairs experience. Experience in student conduct and program development. Experience in responding to and managing emergencies and other incidents that may occur in the residential environment. Experience with Banner, RMS, Maxient.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of residence hall living and/or student development.
Excellent interpersonal, supervisory, teamwork, and organizational skills.
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to assume responsibility, work independently, and take initiative.
Demonstrated commitment to equity and social justice.
Ability to work effectively and positively in an environment characterized by change, including the ability to acquire new knowledge and utilize that information to develop new programs and services.
Knowledge of and ability to use Microsoft Office Professional (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Salary Range$37,000 - $40,000

Job Duties



Other Job Duties

Other Duties
Serves on University committees.
Represents the University at community events and assists with other aspects of the Residence Life program as needed.
May supervise OPS,student workers and/or volunteers/staff during special events.
Performs other duties as assigned.

FGCU Position: Resident Director


Job TitleResident Director
Job Description
As a Resident Director you will be facilitating a safe, comfortable, and positive environment in which students can achieve their academic and personal goals; providing supervision to one Residence Life Team Assistant and 10-14 Resident Assistants; overseeing administrative functions of assigned community of 400-670 residents; advising Area Council; promoting student and community development, while creating a physical and psychological environment conducive to academic success; assisting in the coordination of one or more of the major programmatic aspects of residence life including but not exclusive to the following: Resident Housing Association, Student & Professional Staff Recruitment and Selection, RA Training/In-Service, Staff Appreciation, Summer Conferences, Staff Development, Assessment, and the First Year Residence Experience; as well as other duties as outlined in your official Position Description.
Required Qualifications
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, Counselor Education or related field. Consideration will be given to applicants who will have their Master’s degree conferred by July 1, 2016.
Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel, Counseling, Counselor Education or related field and one (1) year of Graduate Hall Director experience. Experience with SCT Banner Student Information System, Maxient Conduct Management Software, and Residential Management System (RMS).
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of residence hall living and/or student development.
Knowledge and experience relevant to the management of a student residential area consisting of 10-14 buildings housing 400-670 students.
Must possess strong interpersonal, supervision, and teamwork skills.
Demonstrated organizational skills. Ability to assume responsibility, work independently and take initiative. Demonstrated commitment to equity and social justice.
Ability to work effectively and positively in an environment characterized by change.
Knowledge of the fundamental aspects of college student intellectual, emotional, and social development.
Knowledge of campus resources that may be used to support the residential program and individual students.
Knowledge of the fundamental indicators of student mental health concerns, substance abuse and domestic violence.
Ability to address crisis situations.
Salary Range$29,000 - $32,000

Job Duties

Essential Job Duties
Facilitates a safe, comfortable, and positive environment in which students can achieve their academic and personal goals.
Facilities: Conducts tours of all assigned facilities each week. Communicates regularly with maintenance staff and residents on repair and up-keep issues as well as work orders for assigned area/buildings. Reviews work order logs for assigned buildings. Follows-up on maintenance requests to ensure completion. Addresses all facilities issues immediately and thoroughly, especially those that may compromise the health and/or safety of the residents.
Administration: Participates in the “Administrator On-Call” rotation schedule. Completes various reports, forms, and other documents as needed. Participates in special projects and committees as assigned. Attends professional staff meetings and training sessions. Assists in the recruitment and selection process for student and professional staff members. Assists in the development and implementation of the Resident Assistant training program. Provides policies and procedures interpretation. Enforces all administrative policies and procedures consistently. Acts as an administrative hearing officer for cases involving alleged student misconduct.
Crisis Management: Responds to emergency situations in a manner consistent with established procedures. Conducts follow-up to emergency situations as necessary and utilizes campus and community resources appropriately to address crisis situations.
Committee Assignments: Assists with the coordination of several major programmatic aspects of residential life including but not exclusive to the following: Resident Housing Association, RA Recruitment and Selection, Assessment, Desk Assistant Recruitment and Selection, RA Training, Staff Development//In-Service, Staff Recognition, Facilities, and Summer Conferences.
Supervises Resident Assistants and OPS student assistant. Conducts weekly staff meetings with Resident Assistant team for purposes of team building, sharing information and training. Conducts one-on-one meetings at least one time every two weeks with each Resident Assistant for purposes of information sharing, performance evaluation, coaching, and feedback. Provides frequent informal communication with Resident Assistants regarding their position responsibilities, personal well-being and academic progress. Completes performance evaluations for each Resident Assistant. Participates and/or conducts formal training programs for Resident Assistants.
Assists with special projects or one-time events associated with the Office of Housing and Residence Life as needed. Serves on University committees and represents the University at community events. Other duties as assigned.

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Posting Detail Information

Posting NumberPS039P
Open Date01/13/2016
Close Date
Open Until FilledYes
Special Instructions to Applicants

Supplemental Questions

FGCU: Academic Counselor Position Available



Job TitleAcademic Counselor
Job Description
The Academic Counselor provides academic advising to students in a multifunction advising center.
Required Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Psychology, Education, or related field.
Two years of experience in student personnel services or related area.
Experience with personal computers using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in College Student Personnel Services, Counselor Education, Psychology, or other graduate level study.
Three years of experience in academic advising in a higher education environment.
Experience with Banner Information System and website design (through Front Page).
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
•Knowledge of theoretical models of college student development and issues related to first year students and students in transition.
•Knowledge of advising theory and models of developmental advising.
•Knowledge of state statutes and rules of higher education within the state of Florida.
•Knowledge of and proficiency in using Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) for publication development and data compilation.
•Knowledge of or ability to learn website design (through Front Page) and web editing.
•Strong leadership skills and working knowledge of effective decision making and conflict resolution techniques.
•Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to function in a team environment.
•Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and flexibility in problem solving.
•Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to a broad constituency (administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents, and vendors).
•Ability to coordinate and implement assignments in order to meet an extensive workload within a fast paced environment.
•Ability to learn and use the Banner Information System.
•Ability to demonstrate a personal philosophy of care for others.
•Must value diversity and possess the ability to work with others from diverse backgrounds.
Salary Range$35,400

Job Duties

Essential Job Duties
•Provides academic advising, advising-related workshops, and programming for prospective and first-time-in-college (freshman) students.
•Represents the Department and the Division of Student Affairs during campus and community events, including Eagle Family Weekend, Eagle Expo, Week of Welcome, and/or other activities sponsored by the division.
•Provides academic advising to groups of incoming students during the Eagle View Orientation process.
•Presents key academic information and assists students in learning the process of course selection, schedule building, and course registration.
•Collaborates with the first year advising staff on a number of administrative tasks, including registration audits, advising transition file reviews, and accelerated credit audits.
•Serves on division and university-wide committees as assigned by supervisor, such as the Academic Advising Council.

Other Job Duties

Other Duties
•May supervise OPS and student workers.
•Performs other duties as assigned.

Posting Detail Information

Posting NumberPS119P
Open Date07/28/2016
Close Date08/19/2016
Open Until FilledNo
Special Instructions to Applicants

Friday, July 22, 2016

Clinical Director Job

Description:

Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Director needed for the management
of inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient programs for a
new substance abuse treatment facility in the Houston, Texas area. The
Clinical Director will directly supervise mental health/substance
abuse clinicians and will coordinate with medical staff.

General Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Develop and implement clinical programs for a new boutique
inpatient treatment center. The Clinical Director will be responsible
for managing the overall patient care process and overall operation of
the facility. The Clinical Director will design and implement
treatment programming across inpatient, partial hospitalization, and
outpatient programs within the facility.

2. Coordinate full range of services

3. Work with healthcare leadership team to recruit and retain
effective staff members.

4. Provides clinical supervision to the clinical staff and interns.

5. Lead interdisciplinary staff meetings.

6. Provide direction and support for crisis-intervention.

7. Monitor patient care, treatment plans and patient outcomes.

8. Conduct individual, group and family counselling sessions when necessary.

9. Coordinate on-call process

10. Assign treatment responsibilities and manage clinical workloads.

11. Provide support on program evaluation, outcomes assessment, and
other data management.

12. All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

The candidate must have at least an earned master’s degree in
counseling, social work, or psychology (doctorate preferred) from a
regionally accredited graduate school, current state license and/or
certification. Candidate must also have at least five years of
clinical experience in the field of mental health and chemical
dependency, two of which would have been in a leadership role in a
substance abuse treatment facility.

Carl J. Sheperis PhD, NCC, CCMHC, MAC, ACS, LMHC, LPC
Program Dean, College of Social Sciences
University of Phoenix
Phoenix, Arizona
CSHEPERIS@LAMAR.EDU 

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Elementary School Counselor: Goshen County S.D. in Wyoming

If anyone is interested in coming to Goshen County S.D. in Wyoming, we have an elementary counselor position open. Please go to www.goshen1.org to complete the application.

Middle School Counselor: Alexander Dawson School at Rainbow Mountain in Las Vegas


We have an opening at The Alexander Dawson School at Rainbow Mountain in Las Vegas, NV for a Middle School Counselor. Please click on this link to find out more: Jobs & Employment at Las Vegas Nevada Private School


Still have questions? Contact Chris Estrella, Head of Middle School at (702) 949-3600 or cestrella@dawson.adsrm.org

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Boys Town Care Coordination Services Consultant

The website to apply is https://jobs.boystown.org/location/florida-jobs/197/6252001-4155751/3

Friday, July 8, 2016

Information Session on Educational Leadership Degree Program in Higher Education



Tuesday July 19, at 12:00 noon in  Merwin Hall, room 110.

Dr. Roberts will be sharing information about the masters’ degree program in Educational Leadership with a focus on higher education. A detailed description of the program will be provided as well as a summary of other related COE graduate programs offered at FGCU.

This is an excellent opportunity for students, staff, administration, and faculty to advance their careers and to become more knowledgeable about post-secondary education.

Dr. Tom Roberts,
Associate Professor
College of Education

Please RSVP to gmedina@fgcu.edu by 7-15-16

Call for Presenters for FMHCA's 2017 Webinar Series

Call for Presenters for FMHCA's 2017 Webinar Series
Share your knowledge and expertise!  FMHCA is looking for presenters for our 2017 "Emerging Issues in Mental Health Counseling" webinar series.  This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the profession, further establish yourself as an expert, promote your practice or agency, share about an area of our profession that you feel passionate about, build your CV, and gain experience in teaching and training. 

FMHCA hosts monthly webinars that are 2 hours in duration.  If you are interested in presenting, please submit a webinar today.

Please submit your proposal by Thursday, August 4th.  After submitting your proposal, a member of the Education, Training Standards, & Continuing Education Committee will contact you.

Click HERE for the application. 

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Research Participation Request




Dear Master’s Counseling Student,

My name is Dee Dee Hecht-Hewit and I am in the process of completing a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision at The University of Akron. I would greatly appreciate your assistance with my doctoral dissertation.  I am asking master's-level students currently enrolled in a counseling program to participate in this study.

The purpose of this study is to explore group differences in the way individuals think and feel about different types of clients.

This study has been approved by the University of Akron’s Institutional Review Board (#20160409).  For questions regarding the rights of research participants, please contact the IRB at (330) 972- 7666.

This survey is anonymous and should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
If you agree to take the survey, which includes the full informed consent form, please click the link below.

https://akron.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1ySrtIjL9ibs8oR

Thank you for helping my study advance counselor education.

Sincerely,
Dee Dee Hecht-Hewit
Doctoral Student, The University of Akron School of Counseling

Monday, July 4, 2016

Fellowship Health Resources • North Kingstown, RI

Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) is a private, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization which supports individuals in their recovery from mental illness and co-occurring disorders (i.e., substance use, developmental disability, related chronic health conditions).  Our organization is a front-runner in behavioral health care, working with communities to accept and support residential programs, substance abuse programs, and fully-integrative programs. The cornerstone of such work is the organization’s deep and longstanding commitment to the principles of recovery and the inclusion of peers in the recovery process.

Read more: http://www.careerbuilder.com/job/JHV6XS64VHFXZ6LMPYP

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