This position will assist in the provision of comprehensive counseling services. Will provide crisis and on-going counseling services, in addition to prevention and outreach programs to students for various CCC campuses and center locations. Successful candidate will be located on the Grand Island Campus, but will provide services to other locations as needed. Some evening hours may be required. May be asked to perform other duties as assigned. This position is grant funded through 9/2023.
If you are interested in applying, please apply directly on our career page at https://centralcc.peopleadmin.com/postings/4754 in order to be considered for an interview.
Understanding of student development theories needed to serve the diverse needs of students, faculty and staff; normally acquired through a master’s degree in Counseling or Social Work. In addition, the position necessitates a license to provide therapy in the state of Nebraska with a minimum of 4 years of experience as a licensed clinician. Experience working with college students
Comprehensive understanding of college policies, procedures, and services to advise students in crisis. Ability to share the impact of decisions in relation to policies/procedures and ensure compliance.
Comprehensive understanding of aspects related to legal and ethical counseling practices in a college setting to ensure compliance and minimize liability risks.
A high level of interpersonal skills is required to assist students and make recommendations regarding their mental health needs. Will work closely with students, families, College Administration, law enforcement, hospitals, and community agencies to assist students through a mental health crisis impacting their lives.
A moderate level of analytical ability is required to understand compliance of Title IX, Violence Against Women Act. Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act, Jeanne Clery Act, Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA) and other related Federal and state discrimination laws and guidance documents.
A high degree of confidentiality “therapist client privilege” will be observed. Considerable judgment will be needed to ensure the safety of the students and to protect the liability of CCC in self-harm crisis situations.