The Employee/Student Advocate & Education Specialist manages the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Employee/Student advocacy and support program. Provides direct service, confidential crisis counseling, referrals, and advocacy to faculty, staff and students who seek support because of sexual, gender, and relationship violence. Assists in developing and facilitating sexual misconduct, trauma-informed and bystander training programs for faculty, staff, and students to foster and promote violence-free collegiate experience.
|Required Education:||Master's degree|
|If any degree major/training is required, please specify the type. (NOTE: Concentration and minors are not equivalent to a major)||
Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Behavioral Sciences, Health Education, or related field.
|Required Experience||3 years|
|If any experience is required, please specify what kind of experience:||
Experience with trauma and interpersonal violence counseling or advocacy
|If yes, what is the required licensure/certification?||
Licensed Mental Health Practitioner-Certified Professional Counselor or Licensed Professional Counselor (LMHP-CPC/LPC) or Licensed Mental Health Practitioner (LMHP) or School Counseling License
|Required Computer Applications:||Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint|