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The Department of Counseling and Human Development is seeking applications for a Temporary Full Time Faculty member to fill the position of Drug and Alcohol Specialist. Because this position is now full time, it comes with a salary commensurate with qualifications and excellent benefits - health benefits (including assistance with vision and dental expenses), retirement benefits, life insurance, paid holidays, and personal leave. These benefits also include a total waiver of university tuition at Millersville University for the employee, employee’s spouse or children to obtain their first bachelor’s degree or until age 25 (whichever happens first), and a 50% waiver if attending another PASSHE university. In addition, while this position is temporary, it is renewable. In the past others in a similar position have had their employment status renewed each year until they decided to leave the university. People who work at our Department of Counseling and Human Development tend to stay for a long time because it’s a great place to work. Finally, additional summer and winter work for extra pay is likely if desired. Please see the link below for additional information and to apply.
Conduct alcohol and other addiction assessments and provide individual and group counseling for students with addiction concerns. Maintain appropriate assessment and counseling records.
Provide BASICS and CASICS interventions for students referred for AOD education and assessment.
Collaborate with University Housing and Conference Services, Student Health Services, Student Conduct and Community Standards, University Police, and The Center for Health Education and Promotion in educating students and assessing students referred to the Counseling Center because of addiction concerns. Utilize Wellness/Harm Reduction models.
Work cooperatively with community social agencies, hospitals, clinics, courts, and other community resources to meet the needs of university students and assist them in utilizing these resources when appropriate.
Consult with administrators, faculty, parents, students and staff regarding student alcohol and other drug abuse and other addiction concerns.
Attend peer supervision meetings and other departmental meetings essential for temporary full time faculty.
-Eligible candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and be a certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) OR Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) OR have a master’s degree and be a licensed therapist (LPC, LMHC, LMFT, LCSW, or LSW) with experience in the area of alcohol and other drugs (AOD).
-Excellent oral, written, interpersonal communication skills.
-Evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
-Excellent oral and written communication skills.
-Successful interview and case presentation.
-Successful completion of three background checks.