Oversee and direct the clinical and administrative operations of University Counseling Services (including direct psychological services to students, research and assessment initiatives, training and the supervision of professional staff, program evaluation, strategic planning, budget/fiduciary responsibilities) at two sites on two campuses.
Organizes UCS staff retreats and departmental strategic planning.
Supervises clinical directors on two campuses.
Provides departmental budget planning and management.
Provides performance feedback, appraisals, and corrective feedback processes as necessary for all department employees.
Attends to staff morale and staff dynamics; Organizes and supports mission-driven diversity and inclusion initiatives for the UCS team.
Provides consultation and serves as liaison to the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Director of Public Safety, Dean of Students, and key university officers and other departments regarding student mental health concerns. Also provides consultation to parents, physicians, faculty academic deans, residential education staff, off-campus counseling services, and other campus units and offices as needed and with appropriate authorization in order to provide quality services to students.
Actively participates in divisional strategic planning and assessment initiatives.
Maintains relationships with community-based mental health providers and referral sources.
Supervises community-based outreach and prevention initiatives.
Provides psychological assessment and counseling for students, emergency back-up, and consultation services to students and the campus community.
Provides psychological counseling to a small caseload of clients individually or in groups.
Engages UCS staff members in knowledge and practice of evidence-based treatments.
Provides and oversees after-hours crisis response.
The Director is required to be licensed at the doctoral level in the State of Illinois as a Clinical Psychologist.
The Director oversees the operation of the University Counseling Service's $60,000 operating budget and $1,263,000 professional services budget.
The Director is responsible for reviewing and approving expenses procured by the Associate Director, Assistant Directors, and department administrative assistants.
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DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.
Internal Number: 138680720
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