Counselor/Coordinator of Services for Black/African American Students

Marquette University,

Counseling Center
Last Posted:

Wed, Jun 17th, '20

Deadline:

Review of materials will begin immediately.

Start Date:

Negotiable

Last Updated:

Wed, Jun 17th, '20

 
POSITION DESCRIPTION
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  • Full Time

Coordinate counseling services for Black/African American students, including building relationships with student groups, academic offices and student affairs departments that work specifically with Black students.  Further responsibilities include providing individual and group counseling, consultation to the campus community, prevention programming and crisis intervention. This position will also serve as a liaison to a residence hall and an academic college, and will help with the training of graduate students.  

 




ABOUT MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

Marquette is a private, Catholic, Jesuit university in the heart of downtown Milwaukee. There are over 11,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Marquette is the largest private institution of higher learning in Wisconsin and is nationally known for it’s commitment to service work, social justice and the ideals of Jesuit education.

Milwaukee has both the cultural resources of a big city and the friendly feel of a small town. A short walk from campus through the downtown business district will get you to the Great Lake Michigan. There are vibrant and fun neighborhoods close to campus that staff tend to settle in.  Milwaukee is equidistant between Chicago and Madison and is not far from the wilds of the northern Wisconsin woods.

The Counseling Center has been focusing on social justice for the past several years and is an integral part of many university diversity initiatives.  It is dedicated to inclusion and equity and staff strives to continue to learn about oppression and connect with underrepresented groups on campus.  

 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Masters degree, 3-5 years experience as a generalist, and experience with college students.  

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Doctoral degree and expertise with one or more of the following: eating disorders, alcohol or drug abuse, ADHD, prevention, crisis intervention, trauma or career counseling. 

 
COMPENSATION

Commensurate with experience.  

APPLICATION MATERIALS

Applicants must apply online at https://employment.marquette.edu/postings/13280 .  

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