Washington University in St. Louis, JOB ID: 51202
This position is full-time and works approximately 37.5 hours per week. Some night and weekend hours will be necessary to meet students' needs. The ability to work on call is required.
Department Name/Job Location
This position is in the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center, Washington University in St. Louis, in the department of Student Support & Wellness. The primary office location is in Seigle Hall on the Danforth Campus. The individual in this position must have the ability to travel to on-and off-campus locations.
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Support Services Counselor will provide inclusive, trauma-informed crisis response services, counseling services, continuity of care and support, education, advocacy, and appropriate resources for undergraduate, graduate and professional students who have been victimized and those impacted by sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, dating or domestic violence, and stalking.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Offer continued care and support, including counseling services, accommodations, education, advocacy in navigating hospital care, insurance concerns, reporting options, and accessing necessary community resources.
Collaborate with RSVP staff and campus partners to provide outreach and education related to survivor support.
Supervise graduate practicum students who are doing research, evaluation, program development and graduate advising for the RSVP Center.
Jointly, with the RSVP Center counseling staff, provide confidential 24/7 crisis response services for the campus community.
Perform other duties as assigned
Master's degree in psychology or social work with three years of experience working in areas of relationship and sexual violence counseling or support services.
LCSW, PsyD, licensed psychologist, or similar counseling licensure.
Counseling experience with college students and trauma.
Demonstrated knowledge and use of trauma informed practices.
Multicultural and identity based understanding of the intersections and impacts of relationship and sexual violence.
Strong counseling, interpersonal and communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to use discretion, good judgment, and maintain confidentiality.
Demonstrated self-initiative and ability to do multifaceted work.
Detail-oriented with strong time management and organizational skills.
Solid presentation and facilitation skills.
Experience working with adolescents or traditionally college aged students.