The Campus Advisor is a member of the JED Campus team and the position is an excellent opportunity for student affairs practitioners and/or mental health clinicians who are seeking to utilize their talents on a national level. The Campus Advisor will aid in the creation and implementation of strategic plans for member schools which support student mental health, substance use, and suicide prevention efforts. The Campus Advisor will engage in reviewing campus processes, programs and protocols and analyze school-specific data to inform the strategies and guidance that they provide to the school. The Campus Advisor’s experience and knowledge of mental health, the higher education landscape, and campus systems will be utilized in the implementation and development of program delivery to university leadership. The Campus Advisor will report to the Director of the JED Campus program and work closely with the entire JED team.
Campus Advisor Position Responsibilities:
Relationship Building and Advising Support
Build relationships with school contacts within your assigned portfolio
Assist schools in developing and executing strategic plans and measuring the efficacy of the mental health promotion efforts they implement on their campus
Provide ongoing support to participating JED Campus schools on mental health promotion, suicide, and substance abuse programming, services, and policies
Serve as a resource consultant to colleges and universities, and to JED program staff
Assessment, Data Analysis, and Reporting
Conduct programmatic reviews of campus systems within a portfolio of schools
Analyze student data of assigned campuses to inform support provided to schools
Draft feedback reports and executive summaries for campus stakeholders
Aid campuses in the ongoing assessment of their efforts. Benchmark the work of campuses against a measurement rubric
Utilized Salesforce to record and codify contacts with participating schools, tracking progress, types of intervention, utilization of resources, etc.
Assist in researching and creating resources for the JED Campus learning community
Create content for and facilitate webinars
Create content for newsletters and blog posts
Qualifications and Experience:
Master’s degree required in education, psychology, counseling, public health, or a related field
At least 5 years of professional experience in young adult mental health and substance abuse programming, counseling, student affairs, and/or public health
Self-driven and results-oriented with a positive outlook
Excellent oral and written communication, and comfort supporting member campuses through telephone and virtual communications
Experience and comfort with presenting to large groups, including senior leadership
Strong research, analytical and critical thinking abilities
Strong interpersonal skills to develop relationships with individuals and organizations
Experience working with Salesforce or other CRM systems strongly preferred
Experience working on a highly effective team strongly preferred
Ability to travel to campuses seasonally (15% travel)
Internal Number: JCA04
About The Jed Foundation
The Jed Foundation (JED) empowers teens and young adults with the skills and support to grow into healthy, thriving adults. Join a team dedicated to protecting the emotional health of teens and young adults across the country
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