Counseling and Psychological Services
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Last Posted:

Fri, Nov 18th, '22



Start Date:

To be negotiated

Last Updated:

Fri, Nov 18th, '22

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  • Full Time

We are excited to be hiring for a new Case Manager at IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services!!

Please consider joining our diverse and supportive team on a dynamic urban campus.  We’d love to hear from you!


The Case Manager at IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) manages the client and case disposition for the center, which serves undergraduate and graduate/professional students at IUPUI. Tasks include managing establishment of new clients and case assignment, crisis intervention, facilitation of student referrals to campus and community resources, and consultation and support of staff therapist’s activities. All CAPS staff support mental health and interpersonal violence prevention efforts, clinical training programs, and campus crisis response.  The Case Manager will also support the campus-wide Behavioral Consultation Team and assist the BCT case manager in processing reports, gathering collateral information, and coordinating communication among the case consultants.  All staff contribute to the strategic planning of the Department and serve the department, division, and university through consultation and participation on committees.   


Campus Description:

IUPUI is an urban research university located near the center of downtown Indianapolis and was created in 1969 as a partnership by and between Indiana and Purdue Universities. IUPUI offers more than 550 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs from 17 degree granting schools of Indiana University and Purdue University. IUPUI is Indiana's academic health sciences campus and emphasizes innovative collaborations, external partnerships, and commitment to diversity. IUPUI education is grounded in a foundation of community engagement, civic and service learning.

Student enrollment on the Indianapolis campus in fall 2022 is 25,979 (17,278 undergraduate and 8701 graduate/professional students). BIPOC students represented >32% of enrolled students, and 6.7% are international students.

For the past several years, IUPUI has been nationally recognized for excellence in diversity, undergraduate teaching, and sustainability. IUPUI is the home of nationally-ranked programs in nursing and social work, and the first school of philanthropy in the world. Doctoral programs in professional practice include the School of Medicine, McKinney School of Law, and School of Dentistry.

Region Description:

Indianapolis is among the 20 largest cities in the United States and the capital and economic hub of Indiana. Here you’ll find the headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, state and federal government offices, major health care systems, and half a dozen professional sports teams. More than 26 million people visit the Circle City each year, and it hosts over 600 conventions annually. IUPUI is blocks from all that downtown Indianapolis has to offer. Indianapolis is large enough to play host to the Indianapolis 500 (the largest single-day sporting event in the world), the 2012 Super Bowl, the world’s largest children’s museum, the Heartland Film Festival, Black Expo, the Circle City Classic, and Indy Jazz Fest. And, Indy is small enough to personify small-town charm, with flavorful cultural districts, shopping, recreation, and a strong sense of community.

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment based on individual qualifications. Indiana University prohibits discrimination based on age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information


Minimum Education:

Master’s degree in mental health counseling, social work, psychology or related field.

Minimum Experience:  2 years post-degree experience, including:

·         Working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.

·         Assisting individuals in accessing mental health and social services.

·         Providing intake assessment and crisis intervention services.

·         Working in a multi-disciplinary team environment. 


Experience working with college populations preferred.



$52,000 - $56,000.


  • Generous time-off and flexible scheduling options
  • Comprehensive, high-value benefits, including health-care, parental leave, and retirement contributions
  • On-going professional development and training opportunities


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