Clinical Case Manager

University of Iowa,

University Counseling Service
Last Posted:

Thu, Apr 8th, '21


April 14, 2021

Start Date:

To be determined

Last Updated:

Thu, Apr 8th, '21

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  • Full Time

The University Counseling Service at the University of Iowa is seeking a Clinical Case Manager to provide psychological services to assist a multiculturally rich and diverse student body in attaining their educational, interpersonal, and academic goals.  Psychological services to include case management; referral; managing insurance and referral databases; managing external referral relations; managing hospitalization processes; individual assessment and counseling; psycho-educational outreach programming and consultation to students, staff, faculty, administrators, and parents/families; supervision and training to graduate students in the mental health professions; and engaging in the maintenance of records.


For a detailed job description, please email Melanie Bell at


About the University Counseling Service:

The University Counseling Service is a vibrant, interdisciplinary, fluid, multiculturally proficient, fun, and creative center actively engaged in the furtherance and betterment of compassionate psychological services, outreach, and training. As part of the Division of Student Life, the UCS fosters the mental health of students, staff, and faculty, nurtures student success, and contributes to a safe, welcoming, and multiculturally-aware campus community.  


About the Division of Student Life:

The Division of Student Life is comprised of staff that embrace new ideas and thoughts, works together to keep our students safe, and provides them with life-changing experiences. The Division of Student Life includes 15 departments that span from Recreation Services to the Office of Leadership, Service and Civic Engagement and everything in between. We believe in working together as one team to achieve our mission: fostering student success by creating and promoting inclusive educationally purposeful services and activities within and beyond the classroom.  One of our division priorities is to advance UI’s goals to recruit and retain U.S. racial/ethnic minority (URM) staff and students.


The University of Iowa is one of the nation's premier public research universities with 32,948 students from 114 countries and all 50 states. Founded in 1847, it is the state's oldest institution of higher education and is located alongside the picturesque Iowa River in Iowa City.

Nestled along the Iowa River and surrounded by rural rolling hills, Iowa City perennially ranks as one of America’s best places to live. Featuring a college-town atmosphere with big-city cultural richness, the Iowa City area has something for everyone including Big 10 sports and world-class music, literature, dance, and theater.

To learn more about living and working in Iowa City, please visit:

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

Persons with disabilities who need assistance or accommodations with the application or interview process may contact University Human Resources/Faculty and Staff Disability Services, (319) 335-2660 or  For jobs in UI Health care, please contact UI Health care Leave & Disability Administration at 319-356-7543.

  • Master’s degree in Social Work with a clinical focus from a CSWE-accredited program.
  • Licensed as an LISW or LMSW in the State of Iowa by the date of hire. 
  • Relevant post-degree experience (typically 1-3 years).
  • Extensive knowledge of evidence and theory-based mental health case management, supportive referrals, crisis assessment, and intervention, and diagnostic and psychosocial assessment.
  • Extensive proficiency in planning and delivering outreach programs and consultation services.
  • Working knowledge of providing supervision to trainees.
  • Extensive proficiency in the application of communication techniques and relationship building skills that develop the ability to work with a variety of individuals and groups in a constructive and collaborative manner.
  • Extensive proficiency in collaborating and interacting with individuals and groups while valuing the unique contribution of individuals from varied cultures, race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
  • Working proficiency with office support tools and electronic medical records software (e.g. word processing, email, presentation software, spreadsheets, and electronic health records); preferably Microsoft Office and Titanium EHR.
  • Working proficiency with empirically validated treatment modalities.
  • Working proficiency with serious and complex mental health concerns and with mental health crises.
  • Knowledge of and experience with infusing technology into the delivery of mental health services.
  • Interest and/or experience in counseling center research.
  • Knowledge of local mental health providers and systems.
  • Experience with campus mental health.

All applicants must apply online via the website in order to be considered. Direct link to apply:

Job openings are posted for a minimum of 14 calendar days and may be removed from posting and filled any time after the original posting period has ended.  Successful candidates will be subject to a criminal background check.  Up to 5 professional references will be requested at a later step in the recruitment process. For questions or additional information, please contact