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Student Affairs & Services, Full TimePAY GRADE: 34ECONTEXT OF THE JOB:
Center for Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) is a
multi-disciplinary, comprehensive student learning and psychological
wellbeing program providing a diverse array of services so that students
can be more successful in their academic, personal, and career
pursuits. The CCSD is accredited by the International Association of
Counseling Services, Inc. (IACS) and sponsors three levels of doctoral
training for psychologists including an American Psychological
Association (APA) accredited doctoral internship in health psychology.
Center's efforts focus on helping students reduce psychological
symptoms, cope with complicated life events and developmental tasks,
improve interpersonal skills and relationships and increase
self-knowledge and problem-solving ability. The Center promotes equality
and respect for individual and cultural differences, focuses on
diversity and inclusion as well as encouraging on-going education
regarding issues faced by students in minoritized groups. CCSD is part
of the Division of Student Life which contributes to and facilitates
critical learning and development within healthy, inclusive and
supportive communities so that all students may thrive.
direction of the Director of the Center for Counseling and Student
Development (CCSD), the Associate Director of Training maintains a
sophisticated system for overseeing the operations, accreditation and
functioning of a multifaceted, comprehensive and dynamic
interdisciplinary training program including post-doctoral training,
doctoral internship in health psychology, extern training program, and
other training efforts as directed. The Associate Director of Training
will develop a new arm of the training program to include testing
services. The training program is an integral part of CCSD and operates
to enhance the clinical work and programming of our counseling center.
The Associate Director of Training develops and maintains relationships
with students, other faculty, professionals, and staff at the
University, as well as community members. Such work is generally highly
sensitive and requires thorough familiarity of ethical and legal
procedures. In addition, the Associate Director of Training is
encouraged to seek leadership roles and additional specialization
related to the work done in counseling centers to further their
The Associate Director of Training has frequent
contacts with students, faculty, professionals, and staff at the
University as well as community members. In addition, the Associate
Director acts as a back up to the Director and Associate Director when
they are unavailable and in certain circumstances will take the lead in
contacts across campus. Such work is generally highly sensitive and
requires thorough familiarity of ethical and legal procedures. In
addition, the Associate Director of Training is encouraged to seek
leadership roles and additional specialization related to the work done
on campus and in counseling centers related to training in order to
further their abilities (e.g., via The Association of Counseling Center
Training Agencies (ACCTA). The work of the Associate Director supports
the University's mission and vision of comprehensive wellbeing services
for students, as well as the strategic initiatives of the Division of
Student Life to ensure student success. Members of the Student Life
Wellbeing team engage with all aspects of the University community to
engender a campus environment that supports health and wellness and
creates a foundation for life-long wellbeing by providing Blue Hens with
the services, care, and skills to make healthy choices.MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
to the Division of Student Life's values to serve as a guide for
interactions and decision-making in Student Health Promotion &
Education, and ultimately the collective culture of UD through
Amplifying student voices; Pursue equity; Transformational
collaboration; Learning and innovation; and Integrity and respect.
as an approachable resource for faculty, staff, students, families, and
community partners on effective health promotion and education.
as a member of the CCSD Leadership Team, work with the Director,
Associate Director, and Assistant Directors to formulate department
policies and practices. Engage in the development of department-wide
goals. Provide insights and direction for the center.
the director in their role and the implementation of a model and plan
for integrating a health equity framework, strategies, and tools into
program planning, implementation, and evaluation of priority
- Oversee all aspects of CCSD's training programs
including, but not limited to, program outcomes, teaching and evaluation
methods, and accreditation.
- Develop a testing arm of the training program.
the development of and oversee the training program processes including
application review, candidate selection, orientation, seminars,
curriculum, evaluation, supervision and APA accreditation. Maintain
complete training records.
- Supervise the Assistant Director of Training. Lead or oversee the leadership of the Training Committee.
- Annually review and revise the training policy manual in accordance with CCSD policies and priorities.
leadership in areas of recruitment of trainees, policy of training
programs, training culture strengths and challenges, and how these
affect student learning goals.
- Provide direct and indirect
supervision to staff members who are supervising doctoral interns and
other trainees as needed, related to issues of supervision and training.
This includes developing and overseeing the seminars for trainees as
well as staff related to supervision, training and accreditation needs.
- Provide administrative supervision to staff members as assigned.
in the development and implementation of staff training that improves
the ability to deliver training and clinical services.
- Provide clinical supervision to graduate students-in-training at the doctoral and post-doctoral level.
in the Division of Student Life and the University mission in a variety
of ways, as needed, such as collaborating with other departments on
campus, attend university functions, and serve on task forces and
committees as assigned.
- Provide a detailed annual report of the Training program outcomes, submitted to the Director for use in the Annual Report.
individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, including
assessment, evaluation, and when needed, diagnosis, to undergraduate and
graduate students for personal, educational, and psychological
problems. Case load as negotiated.
- Lead a team of CCSD members during a campus or national crisis, under direction from the Director and Associate Director.
- Lead and serve on committees and/or perform special projects within the center and across campus, as directed.
and oversee consultation to students, professionals, faculty, and
administrators for issues that have psychological dimensions.
a rotating basis, respond to campus-wide weekday and evening crisis
situations including those that are life threatening as the designated
University authority for the handling of mental health crisis situations
in the University community.
- Provide and oversee outreach to
others on campus as directed. Initiate, develop, and provide student
programs designed to enhance the intellectual, social, and personal
growth of University students.
- Provide after hours and weekend coverage at times for performance of outreach and consultation programs and services.
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
- Ability to provide positive leadership and administrative leadership is essential and
- should be shown through experience, presentations and/or skill in expressing this ability in person in an interview setting.
degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology is required from an
academic department accredited by the American Psychological
- Licensed Psychologist in state of Delaware (or license eligible in Delaware).
least five years of experience post-license working in a college
counseling center, preferably a center with a training program and a
Doctoral Internship accredited by the American Psychological
- Demonstrated administrative leadership.
- Demonstrated ability to manage, execute, and complete complex projects within complex systems with limited oversight.
- Ability to successfully engage stakeholders and foster positive working relationships.
- Experience with grant writing and grant management.
- Excellent teaching, publication, and presentation skills.
- Demonstrated skills in clinical supervision.
- Ability to analyze and assess training needs.
knowledge and understanding of the development of emerging adults and
counseling center administration; organizational and group dynamics, and
student development issues and theory.
- Advanced knowledge and
understanding of cultural competency and the complexities of equity and
inclusion is essential and should be shown through graduate coursework,
publications, and/or presentations, as well as skill in expressing such
knowledge in person in an interview setting.
- Familiarity with counseling center clinical records and the software platforms utilized.
- Advanced proficiency in providing, teaching, and supervising others to provide clinical supervision.
- Ability to analyze and assess training needs.
understanding of state of Delaware Child Abuse Reporting law, FERPA,
Title IX, Clery Act, and trends in legal liability within college
counseling center operations.
- Proficiency in computer skills
(e.g., Titanium, Point and Click, Excel, word processing, presentation
software) and web navigation abilities.
Notice of Non-Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
- Flexible work schedule required. Position may require early mornings, evening, and weekend hours.
University of Delaware does not discriminate against any person on the
basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity or
expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status,
disability, religion, age, veteran status or any other characteristic
protected by applicable law in its employment, educational programs and
activities, admissions policies, and scholarship and loan programs as
required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,
and other applicable statutes and University policies. The University of
Delaware also prohibits unlawful harassment including sexual harassment
and sexual violence.
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