The University Counseling Center at
the University of Mississippi is pleased to announce an opening for an
Assistant Director of Telemental Health.
The Assistant Director is a
supervisory position in which the incumbent provides diagnosis or evaluates
mental and emotional disorders of individuals and administers programs of
treatment through the University Counseling Center. The incumbent supervises professional staff
and trainees in clinical and administrative matters. The incumbent will manage and oversee the
Telemental Health counseling services for students and members of the
University located at the regional campuses.
Minimum qualifications and additional information can be found on the
University’s Human Resources website.
The preferred candidate will have experience
with Titanium or some other electronic records system and be comfortable
providing therapeutic services to a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate
students within a time effective treatment model. Unique skills and experience in addressing
the needs of a traditionally underserved population are a plus, as is a demonstrated
commitment to diversity and multiculturalism.
Candidates must complete the on-line
application process that can be found on the University of Mississippi Human
Resources website. Questions about the
application process contact Human Resources at 662-915-1518. Questions about the Counseling Center can be
addressed by the Director of the University Counseling Center at 662-915-3784.
To apply, visit https://careers.olemiss.edu. Only applicants who apply
online will be considered. Review of applications will begin immediately and
continue until an adequate applicant pool is established. The University of
Mississippi is an EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability/Sexual
Orientation/Gender Identity/Title VI/Title VII/Title
ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
The UCC is a vital part of the Division of Student
Affairs. We are a multi-disciplinary staff composed of professionals from
psychology, counseling and social work. The Counseling Center also houses
the Employee Assistance Mental Health Program. The University of
Mississippi is the flagship institution for the state with an on-campus
enrollment of over 20,000 students. The university has enjoyed consistent
growth over the past decade and has seen minority enrollment increase
rapidly. The main campus in Oxford, MS is known for its natural beauty
and is consistently rated high on several university evaluations as
demonstrated in national publications.