Counselor Faculty Counselor
Minnesota State Colleges & Universities - Coon Rapids, MN

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One-on-one and in group settings, the Counselor will provide personal, career, and educational counseling to prospective and current students. A primary emphasis of this position is the development of the college’s Career Center and delivery of career development services and programs. The Counselor will also plan and coordinate mental wellness programming, serve on college committees, attend regular meetings, and participate in a variety of matters related to the college, campus, division, and area of discipline. On-going professional development is expected.

This position may serve on both the Cambridge and Coon Rapids Campuses of Anoka-Ramsey with a home campus of Coon Rapids

Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree with a major in counseling or counseling psychology

Preferred Qualifications:
1) Experience providing direct services to students in the areas of personal, career, and educational counseling in a higher education setting. 2) Experience with the development and delivery of college-level career services and career programming (career development speakers and events, internships, job and careers fairs, job search strategies workshops, on-campus recruitment, employer relations, etc.) . 3) Demonstrated knowledge of current job search resources, strategies, and methods. 4) Experience with mental wellness counseling services and programming in areas such as violence prevention, depression, grief, living successfully with a mental illness, etc. 5) Experience collaborating with college faculty and professionals outside the college (local government agencies, mental health centers, and school districts, etc.) to deliver career and/or mental health curricula and programs. 6) Experience working with at-risk students such as those on academic probation or suspension. 7) Graduate level course work in counseling theories, psychological assessments, and career development theories.

The applicant should demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultures and populations. Successful candidates will possess and demonstrate the necessary skills and commitment that support one or more of the college’s strategic objectives.