Minneapolis College is seeking a permanent (full-time probationary) Counselor in the Student Affairs division.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Provide high quality counseling services in the areas of career development, personal adjustment, and crisis intervention as well as outreach and follow up services to a highly diverse student population.
Provide developmental advising to support individual planning, personal skill development and problem resolution with individual and groups of students.
Participate in or conduct new student orientations as needed.
Teach courses and / or make presentations in classes as appropriate.
Consult with faculty and staff about students' personal adjustment and mental health issues.
Create and implement programs to facilitate student development, and support student retention and success.
Participate in college committees and projects to provide student development information and perspective, including Student Support Team, Student Response Team, Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) and other relevant teams.
Represent the college in the community.
Applicants must possess or meet the minimum qualifications for the Minnesota State credential field of Counselor, #500004;
Master's degree in counseling or counseling psychology.
Ability to work an alternate calendar during the fiscal year (July – June) including 171 duty days plus ten (10) extra duty days for a total of 181 duty days
Two years of counseling at the college level, preferably a two-year college.
Significant experience working with diverse communities.
Experience with development and implementation of retention programs.
Experience with college student development goals and concepts.
Supervised practicum/internship in counseling.
Must be in good standings with Minneapolis College.
Full time faculty salaries currently range from $39,212 – $84,192 annually. Salary schedule placement is determined on the basis of education and experience and in accordance with the 2019-2021 Master Agreement between the Minnesota State Board of Trustees and the Minnesota State College Faculty. Temporary part-time faculty teaching five (5) or more credits per semester shall be paid a proration of the appropriate position on the salary schedule for that academic year. Adjunct faculty members who teach fewer than five (5) credits per semester will be compensated at the rate of $1,400 per semester credit.
The State of Minnesota offers eligible employees an excellent benefits package including health insurance, life insurance, optional dental, short- and long-term disability, paid personal and sick leave, defined benefits and defined contribution (401(a), retirement plans), tuition waiver for employees and dependents, and optional 457 and 403(b) retirement savings plans.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) is a public two-year college located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. MCTC enrolls nearly 15,000 credit students annually and is an active partner in initiatives designed to strengthen the social, economic and cultural vitality of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Created in 1996, under the umbrella of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system, MCTC is the result of the merger of two institutions: a technical college with a long history of vocational education dating back to 1914 and an open-enrollment community college established in 1965. Currently, the spacious campus covers 21.6 acres of land and recent expansions include a new state-of-the-art Science Center, culinary kitchen and dining hall and outdoor plaza.