Department: Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
We are searching for individuals to fill twelve month Clinical Instructor positions with the Boone County School Mental Health Coalition project. The Coalition, is a multidisciplinary, collaborative among Boone County's six independent school districts, the University of Missouri, College of Education (COE), Department of Educational School and Counseling Psychology and School Counseling (ESCP), the Missouri Prevention Center (MPC), and the School of Social Work (SSW). The purpose of the project is to promote a coordinated, multidisciplinary, collaborative initiative by: (a) implementing a scientifically-based model of prevention and intervention, (b) reducing contextual risk factors and promoting existing protective factors, and (b) providing access for in-risk youth and their families to comprehensive mental health assessment and wrap-around case management services.
Implement evidence based practices, progress monitoring, screening, and youth evaluations.
Support youth case management, crisis intervention, triage, and linkages to other agencies.
Provide ongoing consultation to school-based problem solving teams grades K-12.
Coordinate and implement data collection, analysis, and monitoring of fidelity to evidence-based practices in school settings.
Support school-based clinical practicum placement, training, and supervision of graduate students.
Masters level, Specialist, or Doctoral degree in School Psychology, Social Work, School Counseling or a related field
Experience working in schools, implementing evidence-based assessment and interventions, and coordinating clinical services for youth
Candidates will be evaluated on the following factors:
Ability to implement and coordinate clinical services in schools
Ability to communicate across multiple disciplines within the school context
Communication, organizational, and management skills
Provide clinical supervision to graduate students
Ability to provide service to the program, department, college, and the profession
Certification or Licensure in specialization area
This position will be housed in the Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology (ESCP).
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
Apply using the online application. Be prepared to upload (a) a letter of application in which candidates describe in detail their qualifications for the position, and (b) names and contact information for three references in the Attachments section of the application. Your CV must be uploaded in the Resume/CV and Cover Letter section.
Please contact Dr. Wendy Reinke (ReinkeW@missouri.edu; 573-882-7890) for questions about the position.
Formal review of applications will begin April 25, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.
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