Navajo Technical University Crownpoint, NM, USA
Jan 06, 2020Full time
JOB PURPOSE: Provides individual counseling to Navajo Technical University students referred or as walk-in. Provides psychological assessment, diagnosis, and therapy, case management services, referral, services for individuals, couples, groups, and/or families, as appropriate to the specific expectations of the position. Oversees and coordinates prevention, counseling and success of students in program. This position description indicates in general the nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, and abilities. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required or assigned to this position. JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Develops and implements treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge. Prepares and maintains all required treatment records and reports. Maintain Counseling program's goals, objectives, policies and procedures Observes students in various situations; selects, administers, and interprets intelligence, personality, or other psychological tests to diagnose disorders and formulate plans of treatment, and provides consultation to other mental health professionals with regard to results. Documents therapy in accordance with policies and procedures, and adheres to policies which ensure student confidentiality. Provides crisis intervention in situations requiring immediate psychological treatment Provides and/or arranges for constructive interventions as appropriate for students in a crisis condition and for those with disturbance problems. Consults with other therapists and related professional off campus, as appropriate; refers clients to appropriate service agencies as required. Guides students in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems. Participates in and/or coordinates training sessions and workshops to enhance treatment skills. Collects data about students through interview, case history, tests, and/or observational techniques; evaluates data to identify causes of problems and to determine proper therapeutic approach or referral to other specialists. Participates in educational programs, in-service meetings, clinician meetings, and workshops to enhance professional development and maintain currency of methodology and techniques. Assist in retention strategies to support student efforts. Provide individual counseling to students in personal and interpersonal adjustment, academic concerns, and career and life planning and refers students to counseling resources and other services as appropriate Consults with faculty, staff and others as appropriate to provide an optimum environment for student success. Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISION RESPONSIBILITIES: None MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: Master's Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Education, or closely related field. Three year work experience actively counseling adults and young adults in a secondary or post-secondary academic setting. Two years in a supervisory capacity Licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). Valid and clean state driver's license. Must be able to pass background check, with NO prior convictions of any felonies and no history of child abuse and/or neglect. The Navajo Nation Preference in Employment Act applies to all hiring promotions or transfers of individuals into this position.