Founded in 2005, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is the 35th institution of the University System of Georgia. GGC is a premier 21st century four-year liberal arts college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. With a current enrollment of over 9,000 students, including both residential and commuter students. Located in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, GGC provides a student-centered, technology-enriched learning environment. Gwinnett County (pop. 780,000+) is home to a variety of businesses, including organizations involved in health care, education, and information technology.
Reporting to the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, the Postdoctoral Fellow's primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Provide initial assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, and couples counseling
* Provide on-call coverage
* Provide preventative and educational outreach to campus community
* Establish liaisons with various campus organizations and groups
* Serve in a consulting role to faculty, staff, and parents
* Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with local mental health professionals to coordinate treatment services and referrals
* Perform other duties as assigned
SALARY: $24,000 plus benefits
Due to the volume of applications, applicants may not receive a reply from the College unless an applicant is selected for an interview. Review of applications will continue until positions are filled. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States and proof of eligibility will be contemporaneously required upon acceptance of an employment offer. Any resulting employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation, as determined by Georgia Gwinnett College in its sole discretion. Georgia Gwinnett College, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, age, disability or religion. Georgia is an open records state.
Individuals must have graduated with a doctoral degree by the date of employment (January 2013) and have previous experience in a college or university counseling center. Experience working with diverse populations.
Experience in developing and implementing preventative mental health outreach programming. Experience with group therapy and supervision of graduate trainees. Experience working with substance abuse and historically underserved populations.
Position requires local travel. Ability to lift and carry files and materials. Ability to move from one office to another office on campus. Ability to interact with people in person, on the phone and in writing. Job takes place in normal environmental conditions.
Position will at times require non-standard work hours (nights and weekends).
Open Until Filled
Required Applicant Documents:
Letter of Reference 1
Letter of Reference 2
Letter of Reference 3
Unofficial Transcript 1
Special Instructions to Applicants:
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