Staff Clinician II

Emory University,

Counseling & Psychological Services
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Last Posted:

Mon, Jun 26th, '23



Start Date:


Last Updated:

Mon, Jun 26th, '23

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  • Full Time

  • This position will be part of the CAPS department but focused primarily on fulfilling the mission of the School of Medicine (SOM) to provide an outstanding education for medical students and train healthcare professionals who provide high-quality, compassionate care.
  • This position will participate in a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to the clinical care of Emory SOM students.
  • The position will support the mental health and well-being needs of students in the SOM through a combination of community interventions, consultation, and clinical services.
  • Specifically, this position will provide culturally competent assessments, crisis intervention, consultation, case management, community referrals, outreach programs and services, trainings, individual therapy, and group therapy.
  • This position will be partially embedded in the SOM and will require some early morning, evening, and weekend work.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.

  • A Master of Social Work (MSW) from an accredited school of social work.
  • Licensed (or license eligible within 24 months) as a Clinical Social Worker in the state of Georgia.
  • Five years of social work experience is required.
  • Applicants must also have excellent clinical skills, successful experience working with full range of human diversity, and a commitment to Student Affairs campus involvement.
  • Licensed for 3+ years.
  • Preferred candidates will have strong communication and collaboration skills, an interest in working as an integrated part of the CAPS team and with SOM administration, the ability to respond calmly and flexibly in crises, the ability to juggle multiple roles, an interest in outreach initiatives, and a demonstrated commitment to working with marginalized and underserved populations.
  • Applicants must also have demonstrated the ability to maintain confidentiality of clients, students, faculty, and staff.
  • In addition, applicants will have excellent clinical skills, experience working with full range of human diversity that includes a commitment to social justice and a strong investment in outreach work and community interventions that directly support the mission of the School of Medicine.