Diversity Counseling & Outreach Specialist for International Students (LPC, LCSW, Psychologist)

University of Texas at Austin,

Counseling & Mental Health / University Health Center
Last Posted:

Mon, Mar 22nd, '21

Deadline:

Until Filled

Start Date:

Immediate Opening

Last Updated:

Mon, Mar 22nd, '21

 
POSITION DESCRIPTION
  • |
  • Full Time

General Notes

Only one (1) Diversity Counseling and Outreach Specialist for International Students will be selected from the three disciplines advertised: Psychology, Social Work or Professional Counselor.

 

Responsibilities

  • To provide short-term individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, prevention and outreach services to undergraduate and graduate students with expertise in working with International students.
  • Provision of training activities such as individual supervision, preceptorships, apprenticeships, co-leading and supervising therapy groups, and leading trainee seminars.
  • Provision of consultation with professional staff regarding International students. Works collaboratively and cooperatively with other mental health professionals on CMHC's multidisciplinary staff and other university departments and organizations.
  • Reviews client record to determine the progress, effectiveness, and appropriateness of treatment services offered. Maintains current, accurate and timely clinical documentation in accordance with state and federal law, professional ethics, and Counseling and Mental Health Center, CMHC, policies.
  • Coordinates referrals between CMHC and university or community service providers.
  • Attend and participate in departmental and division meetings and staff development programs as assigned.


Working Conditions

May work around standard office conditions

ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

THE UNIVERSITY AND CMHC:

The University of Texas at Austin is a culturally diverse campus. It includes a student body of approximately 52,000, along with 3,100 faculty distributed among 18 schools and colleges, along with a staff of nearly 18,000. Approximately 49% of students are members of ethnic minority groups (19% Asian American, 21% Hispanic, 4% African American), while an additional 10% are international students.

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides a full range of university mental health services including time-limited individual therapy, group therapy, program development and outreach, psychiatric assessment and treatment, counseling in an academic setting (CARE), integrated health care, diversity coordination and outreach specialist, urgent care and telephone counseling and referral services. Training and supervision is provided to psychology and social work interns, psychiatric residents, psychiatric nurse practitioner students and psychology practicum students. The center's large, multidisciplinary staff includes psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists and licensed professional counselors.

The Counseling and Mental Health Center is committed to the promotion and affirmation of diversity in its broadest sense. Our mission requires that people of every background be able to use our services with an expectation of respectful treatment. CMHC has developed a "Statement on Diversity" that is available at https://cmhc.utexas.edu/diversity.html. The University does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by applicable law including race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, citizenship status, or veteran's status in recruitment, employment, promotion, compensation, benefits, or training. It is also the University's policy to maintain an environment free from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

For more information about CMHC, visit our web site at: https://cmhc.utexas.edu/.

Region Description: http://austintexas.gov/

 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

License Requirement

Professional Counseling:

  • Licensed to practice independently as a professional counselor in Texas
  • Or if licensed in another state, must be able to obtain license to practice independently in Texas within one year

Clinical Social Work:

  • Licensed to practice independently as a Clinical Social Worker in Texas
  • Or if licensed in another state, must be able to obtain license to practice independently in Texas within one year 

Psychology:

  • Licensed to practice independently as a Psychologist in Texas
  • Or if licensed in another state, must be able to obtain license to practice independently in Texas within one year 


Educational Requirements

Professional Counseling:

  • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or Social Work or other degree which meets eligibility requirement in Texas for licensure? and licensed as a Professional Counselor or the equivalent from another state? must be able to obtain licensure in Texas within one year if licensed in another state. LPCi will not be considered.
  • Two years post masters clinical experience in college or university counseling center or other relevant clinical setting. 

Clinical Social Work:

  • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or Social Work or other degree which meets eligibility requirement in Texas for licensure? and licensed as a Clinical Social Worker or the equivalent from another state? must be able to obtain licensure in Texas within one year if licensed in another state.
  • Two years post masters clinical experience in college or university counseling center or other relevant clinical setting.

Psychology:

  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology or other degree acceptable to the Texas Board of Examiners of Psychology. Licensed as a Psychologist or the equivalent from another state? must be able to obtain licensure in Texas within one year if licensed in another state.
  •  One year, full-time equivalent, post-doctoral clinical experience in college or university counseling center or other relevant clinical setting.


Required Qualifications

Experience working collaboratively in a college/university counseling center, outpatient mental health setting and/or health care setting. Demonstrated experience in providing crisis intervention, brief individual therapy, group therapy, care coordination, and case management. Experience providing culturally competent treatment to a diverse population. Excellent verbal and communication skills. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Preferred Qualifications

At least one year experience providing mental health services and outreach to International college-aged students. Two years experience in providing brief individual therapy, crisis intervention, group therapy, care coordination and case management. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team integrating both a medical model and a developmental perspective. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with campus personnel, such as professionals in academic affairs and other students services providers. Experience in developing and implementing outreach programs. Training and experience in clinical supervision. Demonstrated ability to work within a large system, and to participate and collaborate effectively in a large mental health services agency. Experience providing culturally competent treatment to a diverse client population. Licensed as a Professional Counselor, Clinical Social Worker, or Psychologist for a minimum of two years.

 
COMPENSATION

Salary Range

  • Social Work: $60,990 + depending on qualifications
  • Professional Counselor: $60,990 + depending on qualifications
  • Psychology: $72,760 + depending on qualifications

APPLICATION MATERIALS

Required Materials

  • Resume/CV
  • 3 work references with their contact information; at least one reference should be from a supervisor
  • Letter of interest

Where to apply


Important for applicants who are NOT current university employees or contingent workers:

You will be prompted to submit your resume the first time you apply, then you will be provided an option to upload a new Resume for subsequent applications. Any additional Required Materials (letter of interest, references, etc.) will be uploaded in the Application Questions section; you will be able to multi-select additional files. Before submitting your online job application, ensure that ALL Required Materials have been uploaded.  Once your job application has been submitted, you cannot make changes.

 

Important for Current university employees and contingent workers:

As a current university employee or contingent worker, you MUST apply within Workday by searching for Find UT Jobs. If you are a current University employee, log-in to Workday, navigate to your Worker Profile, click the Career link in the left hand navigation menu and then update the sections in your Professional Profile before you apply. This information will be pulled in to your application. The application is one page and you will be prompted to upload your resume. In addition, you must respond to the application questions presented to upload any additional Required Materials (letter of interest, references, etc.) that were noted above.