Serve as primary point person within the Division of Student Affairs on substance abuse issues and violence prevention efforts working with the senior administration, faculty, staff, students, community leaders, and state alcohol/drug officials.
Research, prepare and secure grant funding and supervise grant administration.
Knowledge of substance abuse and sexual assault issues in a university setting. Ability to provide training and coordinate peer education program. Demonstrated ability to interpret data and use it in strategic planning. Ability to communicate effectively with all University and Community constituents and stakeholders.
Must have advanced degree, or training and work experience at a level which equates to an advanced degree, in counseling, social work or related field.
Ability to provide clinical services and supervision. Prior experience in Higher Education Office administration preferred.
LPC or LCSW
2 - 3 years professional experience