Coordinator, Clinical Services
Counseling Services/Student Affairs
Exemption Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: 9
The Coordinator of Clinical Services responsibilities include providing individual, group, and couples counseling services to a diverse range of GC students on personal (psychological and mental health), academic, and career concerns to facilitate their adjustment and growth, and maintaining documentation of those services; developing and updating clinical policies and procedures for Counseling Services; maintaining and updating the electronic scheduling and data management system; and scheduling coverage of emergency services.
1. Provide counseling to a diverse range of constituents on personal, academic, and career concerns, engage in crisis intervention to address emergency situations, and maintain appropriate documentation and provide psych educational outreach programming. 60% Specific Tasks: Utilizes complex principles of human behavior to conceptualize client issues. Assesses functioning of clients, particularly regarding safety toward self and others. Provides consultation to university personnel and others regarding students of concern. Develops and leads structured groups, workshops, presentations, and other counseling outreach programming. Encourages the development of supportive campus environment by working cooperatively with faculty, staff and students for the benefit of students and the institution. Provides counseling and psychotherapy to students in individual, couple, and group settings to facilitate their adjustment and mental health, and maintain relevant documentation.
2. Maintain knowledge about major trends in best practices regarding mental health treatment, utilize this knowledge to help develop and update clinical policies and procedures for Counseling Services, and share this information with other professional staff members and trainees. 10% Specific Tasks: Participates in professional development activities designed to enhance and extend professional goals, to meet professional licensing requirements, and to inform staff of best practices in mental health treatment. Assists in assessing clinical effectiveness of staff, and helps to develop strategies to enhance effectiveness. Develops and implements clinical policies and procedures. Evaluates and updates clinical policies and procedures on a regular and as-needed basis.
3. Provide day-to-day oversight of electronic counseling records system, Titanium Schedule. 10% Specific Tasks: Maintains and updates electronic scheduling and data from that system to assist in the assessment of clinical services. Determines changes necessary in the configuration of Titanium and institutes necessary changes. Works to resolve problems or concerns encountered by staff in their use of Titanium. Coordinates participation in the Center of Collegiate Mental Health study, including data uploads and annual renewal of institutional Review Board (IRB) approval.
4. Provide clinical supervision for trainees and staff and clinical consultation for staff members. 10% Specific Tasks: Provides administrative supervision for all practicum, internship, and post-doctoral trainees. Provides training to students, faculty, and staff regarding the developmental and mental health needs of students. Provides clinical supervision for trainees and staff working toward obtaining full licensure, including reading case notes, monitoring audio or video taping of sessions (with client permission), meeting regularly with supervisees to evaluate clinical issues and professional judgment, maintaining appropriate documentation, and evaluating clinicians' professional skills and judgment for academic programs and professional licensing boards. Provides clinical consultation for all staff members.
5. Oversees the client satisfaction survey. 5% Specific Tasks: Oversees the client satisfaction survey and analyzes each semester
6. Coordinate scheduling of emergency services. 5% Specific Tasks: Develops schedule of emergency coverage for regular work hours. Coordinates provision of an emergency triage system to adequately address students' needs.
Comprehensive knowledge of theories, concepts and practices and ability to use in complex, difficult and/or unprecedented situations. Principles of human behavior and development, diagnosis, case conceptualization and psychotherapeutic techniques, statistical analysis. Advanced understanding of complex principles of human behavior; intermediate knowledge of statistics. Complete tasks related to analysis of data, report writing, developing and revising policies. Configure Titanium (software), manage internet based survey. Keyboarding, answering phones. Written case notes, writing reports based on analysis of departmental statistics, outreach presentations to students and staff.
Licensure in a mental health discipline in Georgia, or ability to obtain licensure within one year of hire.
Doctoral degree; 1-3 years experience
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