Ohio Wesleyan University is a selective, private, undergraduate liberal art, residential institution founded in 1842 and located just 20 miles north of Columbus, is seeking candidates for the position of clinical counselor. This is a part-time, hourly position without benefits.
About the candidate:
As a clinical counselor, you will play an important role in promoting mental health and wellness on campus by supporting students, participating in outreach activities, and consulting with faculty and staff. You will have a masters or doctoral degree in counseling, social work, or psychology, with independent licensure to practice in the State of Ohio being preferred. We prefer you to have experience working with young adults and/or college students in individual, group, and crisis formats regarding a variety of presenting concerns, especially trauma, disordered eating, and concerns unique to marginalized populations. We especially welcome diverse candidates who share our commitment to social justice, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
Counseling Services at Ohio Wesleyan University has a mission to assist our diverse population of students through the personal and professional development while optimizing their university experience. Through this work, we also utilize team approach and support professional development, world life balance, and clinical consultation. We can offer a hybrid work environment with no holiday, weekend, or on-call commitments. Counseling Services also collaborates with seven other offices within the Division of Student Affairs.
This position primarily offers clinical services to students through individual counseling, group counseling, and crisis intervention. Other opportunities can include consultation and outreach programming as needed.
Responsibilities and duties:
Offer evidenced-based individual, group, and crisis interventions to students
Provide advocacy, referrals, and resources to students depending on particular needs
Participate in consultation with students, faculty, and staff
Assist team with outreach programming
Attend meetings on a regular basis and seek consultation/supervision as needed
Maintain ethical, moral, and legal standards in professional conduct, documentation, and clinical work
Factors contributing success:
Be licensed in good standing as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor Licensed Independent Social Worker, Licensed Social Worker, Independent Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Psychologist in the State of Ohio
Have experience and/or training in the ethics, expectations, and delivery of telehealth services
Have experience, training, and/or interest in working with the unique developmental challenges of young adult and college students
Experience and/or training in particular specializations is preferred, such as trauma, disordered eating, LGBT (affirming, and concerns unique to marginalized populations.
Completed application packets will include:
Cover Letter with salary requirements
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
What we offer:
Ohio Wesleyan University offers a rewarding place to work! To discover why this should be your next work home, visit our website. Learn more about our benefits at Discover our Benefits. As an equal opportunity institution, OWU has a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. We do not discriminate on any basis including: race, religion, color, culture, national origin, sex and/or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and/or expression, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, economic barriers, or any other legally protected factor.
NOTE: OWU requires COVID-19 vaccination of all employees. Candidates who accept offers of employment must be able to provide proof of their vaccination status.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY (www.owu.edu) is a private liberal arts college located 20 miles north of Columbus in Delaware, Ohio. OWU is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and welcomes applications from all. OWU celebrates diversity and does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, religion, color, culture, national origin, sex and/or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and/or expression, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, economic barriers, or any other legally protected factor. OWU is an equal opportunity institution and has a strong commitment to supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Qualified individuals will not be disadvantaged based on being unemployed.