Embedded Counselor in Office of Residence Life

Morgan State University,

Counseling Center
Last Posted:

Thu, May 27th, '21


Until Filled

Start Date:

October 05, 2020

Last Updated:

Thu, May 27th, '21

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  • Full Time

The Counseling Center at Morgan State University is excited to hire a staff psychologist/mental health clinician. The candidate must have solid experience, and expertise in serving college student populations and understand the unique challenges minority undergraduate and graduate students face. This is a full time, 12 month position, with a 50/50 split between the Office of Residence Life and the University Counseling Center. 

The successful candidate must be able to work independently and will spend 50% of time providing a range of direct and outreach services to students living in university housing. The candidate will also help manage the Titanium clinical records system, and collect data to improve our clinical effectiveness and efficiency, competently using all features in Titanium. In addition collaborate with counseling center colleagues to provide services in new and creative ways.

Providing individual, group, and couples counseling

Rotate on call services with other counseling staff


Morgan State University is an Historically Black University in Baltimore, Maryland. Morgan’s mission is to serve a multi-ethnic and multiracial student body of approximately 8000 undergraduate and graduate students. The University offers a comprehensive program of studies at the undergraduate level and degrees in a variety of fields at the master’s and doctoral levels. The University is located in a residential area of Northeast Baltimore.


Masters degree in counseling from an Accredited Program, licensed as a LCPC in the state of Maryland.

Minimum of two years experience working in a university or college counseling center.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

 Conducting outreach presentations and psycho educational programming on mental health topics for a diverse population 

 Be able to provide both in person and tele-therapy services to clients 

Rotate on call services with other counseling staff

 Provide campus support services as needed during times of campus crisis and or a psychological emergency


Doctoral Degree Counseling Psychology or in Clinical Psychology

Aptitude to use Titanium software system competently and an interest in the integration of Technology in Counseling.

Have three years of working in a university/college counseling center

Have experience working with an ethnically and culturally diverse client population

Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills

Have the ability to work independently and in a team setting 

Providing support and programming for LGBTQ clients

Ability to understand the developmental needs of traditional college age population, and address aspects of students intersecting identities.


Competitive salary and full university benefits that include excellent Health, life insurance, tuition remission, 22 days of annual leave, 14 holidays, personal and sick days.


Please submit a Cover Letter and Resume or Vita

Contact information for three recent professional references