Counselor in Residence Supervisor

Colorado State University,

Counseling Services, Health Network
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Mon, Jun 10th, '24


For full consideration, complete applications must be received by 11:59 pm Mountain Time on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

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Mon, Jun 10th, '24

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  • Full Time

The CSU Health Network is recruiting for a Counselor in Residence (CIR) Supervisor.

The Counselor in Residence (CIR) Supervisor leads a team of on-call counselors living within CSU University Housing. The purpose of this team is to provide on-call mental health consultation to staff and emergency support for students. The CIR Supervisor will supervise and coordinate a team of clinicians who support the CSU University Housing Team.

The CIR Supervisor will be provided with a two bedroom apartment on the CSU campus. CSU Housing & Dining Services (HDS) will determine the location of the apartment. The CIR Supervisor will not be charged for the cost of rent, electricity, water/sewage, trash/recycling, or internet connectivity in the assigned apartment. If the CIR Supervisor owns a vehicle, they will be responsible for the cost of a permit to park on campus.

The CIR Supervisor reports to the Assistant Director of Training & Group Services.

For full consideration, complete applications must be received by 11:59 pm Mountain Time on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

For full position description and instructions on how to apply, see

CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

Counseling Services
Counseling Services at the CSU Health Network provides clinical services, outreach and consultation and training services. Our professional staff includes licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed professional counselors, as well as graduate student staff from each of these disciplines. Our staff provides high quality mental health and substance use services that are easily accessible and support student success. We are dedicated to affirming respect, compassion, and acceptance for all, and we celebrate diversity with regard to all backgrounds and identities. Counseling Services supports the education and prevention mission of the CSU Health Network through presentations and training on mental health topics. Through outreach and consultation, we create collaborative relationships with offices serving students typically underrepresented in higher education and mental health services. Our training program provides post degree fellowship, internship, and practicum training to graduate students in psychology, social work, counseling, and student affairs. We recognize the importance of quality supervision and training in the education of future mental health professionals. For more information about CSU Health Network and Counseling Services, go to:

CSU Health Network
The CSU Health Network (CSUHN) at Colorado State University provides a full range of cost-effective mental health and primary care medical services on campus, referral for community specialty care, and comprehensive health education and prevention services programming. Services such as physical therapy, dentistry, and optometry are available. The CSU Health Network is active in creating a healthy campus environment to support learning and success. For more information about the CSU Health Network at Colorado State University, see

Why work at Colorado State University?
CSU was recently ranked first among Colorado-based educational employers and fifth among all in-state employers in Forbes magazine’s “America’s Best Employers by State!”

We are looking to add individuals to our team who have the following characteristics:
  • Confidence – they expect success in what they do
  • Compassion – they have genuine care and concern for others
  • Commitment to Inclusive Excellence – they engage principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in all they do, valuing a supportive community where everyone’s contributions are valued, and all voices are heard
  • Empowerment – they use their knowledge and skills to adjust, change, and improve daily tasks/work for themselves and others
  • Integrity – they are honest, and others trust them
  • Responsibility – they take ownership of decisions and actions
Our Investment in You
Colorado State University (CSU) is committed to providing employees with a strong and competitive benefits and well-being package that supports you, your health, and your family.

These CSU resources help with many aspects of your life – financial, physical, emotional, family, workplace wellness. These resources are part of our investment in you.

Employees are benefits eligible when working a minimum of 20 hours per week; benefits outlined below reflect full-time status of 40 hours per week; some benefits would be prorated for part-time status.
  • Attractive Monday-Friday work schedule
  • Inclusive leave programs and benefit options including:
  • Paid time off to include 24 vacation days, 15 sick days, 11 paid holidays, annually
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Parental Leave, work/life resources, and more
  • Robust Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for your overall well-being
  • Discounted staff memberships in campus recreation center
  • Employee Study Privilege (prepaid courses up to 9-semester credits per year)
  • Tuition Scholarships (up to 50% for eligible family members)
  • No cost employee growth opportunity through CSU Talent development
  • After-school programs and summer camps for kids
  • Community Discounts
  • No cost MAX transit use with CSU identification
For more detail about these and other Health and Welfare benefits and Commitment to Campus programs, visit our CSU Well-Being Hub at and our Benefits programs for Administrative Professional employees:

Retirement Programs
While employees of CSU do not contribute to Social Security, the University and the state of Colorado offer competitive retirement plans. As a condition of employment and required by Colorado law, employees are required to participate in either the University’s Defined Contribution Plan (DCP) or the Public Employee’s Retirement Plan (PERA) of Colorado. Each plan offers a generous employer match between 10% – 21%. For more information, visit:

Top Public Research University
Colorado State University is one of the nation’s top public research universities and an institution on the rise. In the last decade, CSU has:
  • Produced record enrollment
  • Built on all-time highs in student diversity and student success
  • Delivered groundbreaking research driven by a highly productive faculty
  • Revitalized campus through a transformational building campaign
  • Shaped an unrivaled learning environment where nine of 10 recent graduates say they would choose CSU again and rate their education as excellent
Campus Culture and Principles of Community
Colorado State University has a campus culture that is driven by a desire always to do better and a vision to be the best place to learn, work, and discover. Our Principles of Community – Inclusion, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Social Justice – reflect our core values and support CSU’s mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service, and engagement. Each member of our community has a responsibility to uphold these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University. For more information visit:

Tobacco and Smoke-Free

Colorado State University is a tobacco and smoke-free campus. For the health of our university community, the use of smoking, vaping or tobacco products is prohibited on CSU grounds or in buildings.

Live in Fort Collins
Fort Collins has been home to CSU since the University’s inception in 1870. It is a vibrant, friendly city of 161,000 tucked against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Northern Colorado, 60 miles from Denver. The strong local economy is noted particularly for a broad range of outdoor activities and a thriving arts and entertainment industry.
Applicable mental health license (LPCLCSWLMFT, Licensed Psychologist) acquired in Colorado, or has completed all state licensing requirements, with the ability to obtain licensure within three months of employment
  • Experience providing mental health counseling to individuals
  • Experience providing clinical services at a college/university counseling center
  • Experience facilitating therapy groups
  • Experience providing outreach and consultation
  • Experience providing crisis and triage screening
  • Experience providing clinical supervision and/or training
  • Experience developing and evaluating mental health programs
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and other Characteristics
  • Knowledge of Student Affairs principles and University Housing Programs
  • Demonstrates commitment to, knowledge of, and experience with treatment of individuals with marginalized identities
  • Demonstrates commitment to social justice advocacy at individual, group, and/or community level
  • Effective interpersonal, listening, verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to analyze policies, programs, and initiatives to make recommendations for quality improvement
  • A personal or professional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through active planning and purposeful effort

$64,118 - $83,661; Salary is commensurate with licensure, experience, and qualifications

Complete applications must include:
  • Cover letter addressing Required Job Qualifications, Preferred Job Qualifications and Essential Job Duties
  • Resume