UMD Health Services-Mental Health Care Provider (HC Pro 5-Social Work)
University of Minnesota Duluth
Location: Duluth, Minnesota
Salary: 64,396.80 - 67,412.80
Internal Number: 355464
UMD Health Services is seeking qualified candidates for a Mental Health Care Provider. This is a full time, 9 month (early August-mid May), benefits eligible, Academic Professional (P&A) position scheduled to start August 2023.
The hourly pay range for this position is $30.96/hour -$32.41/hour depending on experience.
This position is located in the department of UMD Health Services, in the division of Student Life. The Mental Health Care Provider provides counseling, (assessment, diagnosis, treatment) to UMD students, maintains appropriate charting and paperwork, provides crisis response intervention (both to individuals and campus-wide crises); implements therapy, support or education groups and provides consultation to students, staff, faculty and administration.
Responsibilities: PSYCHOTHERAPY/COUNSELING (75%) â— Intake/assessment/diagnostic interviews to collect data pertaining to the presenting problem, general health, psychological history and academic functioning. â— Treatment of identified issues; determine appropriate short-term therapeutic work for students with various psychological concerns. Maintain awareness of developmental and psychological issues for a college population. â— Referral to other providers as needed; requires knowledge of services on campus pertaining to students; requires knowledge of other local resources (i.e. other mental health providers, treatment programs, medical facilities, social services, crisis support and advocacy services). â— Implementation and maintenance of psychotherapy groups: requires expert skills relating to group process; expert knowledge of developmental psychology, communication and confrontation skills; teaching and skill building techniques. â— Completion of paperwork (intake summaries, progress notes, termination summaries, referrals, etc); requires effective writing skills, time management, computer skills; knowledge of the UMD Health services documentation systems. â— Collaboration with other service providers (advisers, student affairs, medical, disability resources, career services, etc) to coordinate care.
CRISIS MANAGEMENT (10%) â— Crisis response intervention as needed, including individuals, groups and campus wide interventions. â— Response/assessment of individuals in crisis; requires expert knowledge of risk factors for potential harm, availability of crisis response alternatives (i.e. housing, campus police, hospitals and other crisis support resources); requires expert communication to diffuse situations; requires expert ability to implement a crisis/safety plan.
OUTREACH (10%) â— Plan and implement presentation and outreach on campus, as requested. â— Planning and implementation of special topic groups and classroom presentations as requested; requires general knowledge of a variety of mental health and developmental issues; organization and teaching skills; requires public speaking skills
CONSULTATION (5%) â— Provide leadership/consultation to medical staff, faculty, campus partners, administration, parents and students concerned about a peer. â— Education, consultation skills; requires effective communication skills, community organizing skills, maintenance of on-going relationships with staff in the collegiate units and student life at UMD, medical staff at UMD Health Services, and local community mental health providers. â— Serve on appropriate committees, task forces, etc as requested: requires the maintenance of a visible presence on campus and effective communication skills. â— Requires knowledge of a broad array of mental health and developmental issues; effective communication skills.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: â— Minimum of a BA/BS with six years of experience; may require an advanced degree with four years of experience or a terminal degree with one year of experience â— Licensed or license eligible in one of the following areas: Professional Clinical Counselor, Independent Clinical Social Worker, or Psychologist
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: â— Demonstrated ability to effectively interact, work, and develop meaningful relationships, with various individual, cultural and other identity-based differences. â— Able to demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. â— Demonstrated ability to provide clinical service, consultation and outreach to a diverse college student population. â— Experience working with college students.