Vacancy Type EHRA Non-Faculty Is Internal Transfer Only No Working Title Suicide Prevention Coordinator Salary Range Anticipated Hiring Range Commensurate with experience Position Number 00106819 Work Schedule Monday -Friday 8AM-5PM Some evenings and weekends Full Time Equivalent (FTE) 1.00 Department 244025 - Prevention Services Department Prevention Services Job City & State Raleigh NC Primary Function of Organizational Unit
Division of Academic and Student Affairs Mission, Values & Objectives
We promote the success of the whole student.
In collaboration with our colleagues across campus, Prevention Services is working to create and sustain a caring community that prepares students to succeed academically, professionally and personally and to become informed, engaged, and productive citizens. This position contributes to that goal by directly training students in suicide prevention, coordinating with campus partners to support at risk populations, coordinating postvention efforts, while focusing on decreasing stigma around help-seeking on campus.
This position is designed to coordinate the University's planning and response to suicide prevention training and postvention response within the university community. This staff member will be responsible for all aspects of the development and delivery of a comprehensive program of prevention strategies, environmental modifications, and program and administrative interventions focused on suicide prevention.
Essential Job Duties
The Suicide Prevention Coordinator provides oversight for the development and implementation of best suicide prevention programs and services to promote and enhance student success. This includes the following:
Ensure Suicide Prevention program is fully engaged in, compliant with, and leading national best practices and other related to this field
Conduct appropriate assessments to identify student populations at risk and to better understand the attitudes, habits, and environmental risk factors within our community
Coordinate and assist in the provision of a comprehensive suicide prevention training program for students, faculty, and staff
Coordinate the production and dissemination of project-related educational materials
Serve as campus coordinator for TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) program
Research and maintain current web-based and text resources
Engage in program development for campus events including Suicide Awareness week and Vigil in collaboration with student organizations
Assist in training Mental Health Ambassadors and coordinating their involvement in programming
Build relationships with national and local suicide prevention organizations, listservs, and conferences
Research and apply for suicide prevention grants and funding as available
Serve on university-wide and/or departmental committees as appropriate
Engage in long-term strategic planning within DASA for this functional area
Supervise interns or graduate assistants in the areas of suicide prevention and programming
Assist in coordinating postvention programming with the Counseling Center as needed
Collaborate with Associate Director to complete annual reports and other assessment needs
Cross collaborate with other prevention areas to provide seamless programing through intersection of topics such as alcohol, drugs, IPV and wellness as examples
Other duties as assigned
Master's degree required
Successful candidates will be multiculturally affirming and possess competence and experience in working with diverse populations.
Ability to work effectively and collaboratively as part of a cohesive multidisciplinary team-oriented environment
Departmental Required Skills
Experience and knowledge of electronic records systems that employ electronic record keeping, scheduling and data collection is preferred.
Experience in developmentally focused psycho-education
Experience in a university environment
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Doctorate preferred in psychology, counseling, or clinical social work or closely-related field.
Expertise in the area of suicide prevention; mental health clinical experience or background.
Required License or Certification
Licensed as a mental health professional
Please provided contact information for three professional references, along with your resume/CV and cover letter.
Job Open Date 04/10/2019 Anticipated Closing Date Is this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies? No Proposed Hire Date 07/01/2019 AA/EOE
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