The Director of Health and Counseling Services provides vision, leadership and direction for a comprehensive, integrated health and well-being approach to students’ health and mental health needs. The Director supervises Arnold Health Services and Counseling and Consultation Services. He/she serves as the Director for the daily programmatic and service operations for both health and counseling services.
Recruits, selects, trains, mentors and evaluates a diverse professional staff in health services and counseling services.
Researches, develops and collaborates to implement a comprehensive health and well-being outreach program for students, including health, mental health, sexual health, alcohol and other drug education, sexual assault and other key campus health issues. Collaborative partners include, but not limited to, athletics, residence life, fraternity and sorority life, student activities, diversity and inclusion and Wellness. Convenes a healthy campus advisory committee.
Provides leadership and direction for the daily operations of Counseling and Consultation Services. Maintains budget authority and oversight. Provides counseling support to students, both individually and groups as needed (approximately 6-8 hours/week). Advocates for and supports both individual students and the broad student experience by providing intervention support as part of the Student Success Team and the University crisis on-call response. Manages crises involving students as needed.
Provides leadership and direction for the daily operations of Arnold Health Services. Maintains budgetary authority and oversight. Serves as a liaison to our attending physician regarding procedural changes or needs. Maintains all administrative compliance reporting including state immunization reports, DHS reporting, etc. Provides communication to students/families regarding student health insurance.
PhD in counseling and licensure with a minimum of five years’ progressive leadership experience and related administrative responsibilities on a college or university campus.
Demonstrated ability to communicate a strong leadership vision for student health and well-being and inspire and engage in collaboration with a diverse student, faculty and staff constituency.
Must live within 30 miles to Bloomington for on-call response.
Please submit a cover letter, resume including three professional references and a one-page diversity statement describing your commitment to and experience with diversity and inclusion. Within your cover letter, please indicate how you learned of this opening. The position is open until filled, however, for full consideration, please apply by February 7, 2020.