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OFFICE SPACE - BOISE

Description (110819)
We offer professionally furnished office building available for part-time to full-time use at 
State Avenue Counseling & Wellness. Our office building offers a reception area, restrooms, multiple private office suites, conference room and a professional work area. All inclusive:  basic WiFi, WiFi management services, printing management, fax, bio hosting on our website, water services, bimonthly cleaning, paper products, any facilities issues/repairs, and general maintenance of the suites. For additional information, or to schedule a tour please contact us via phone at 208-994-3599. We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact
Camilla Cafferty at 208.994.3599

OFFICE SPACE - DOWNTOWN BOISE


Description (102519)
Beautiful Office with Private Waiting Room for Sublet.  Downtown Boise.

Contact
Joanne Burgio at 208.519.9102.

PSYCHOLOGIST/COUNSELOR/SOCIAL WORKER
Pocatello Campus

Description (091519)
This position will support the University Counseling and Testing Service (CATS) in meeting the mental health needs of the Idaho State University community. They will work to improve student well-being, provide consultation for faculty and staff, and assist students in working toward their personal and academic goals.

Key Responsibilities
Key responsibilities include provision of individual, couple, and group counseling; consultation with students, staff, faculty, and other Student Affairs offices; development and implementation of education and prevention programs; provision of emergency and triage services; supervision of Masters and Doctoral level trainees; and service on Student Affairs and other University committees. There are opportunities for staff to specialize in areas of their professional interests consistent with the CATS mission and goals; for example: LGBTQ support, mindfulness, diversity, international students, eating disorders, etc.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A terminal degree (Ph.D. for clinical or counseling psychology; masters degree for counseling or social work) to provide mental health treatment from an accredited program. All degree requirements must be met prior to start date. Licensed or license eligible in Idaho within one year of hire.
  • Strong clinical skills and commitment to clinical work. 
  • Mental health crisis intervention experience. 
  • Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills. 
  • Evidence of collaboration and flexibility in working with others. 
  • Multicultural commitment/advocacy.         

Preferred Qualifications

  • Supervised experience in a University Counseling Center.
  • Outreach and group counseling experience.
  • Experience in clinical supervision of practicum students. 
  • Experience with stepped care or integrated service delivery models. 
  • Experience and/or strong interest in one or more of the following areas: Bi-lingual; Trauma treatment; International students; LGBTQA students; Eating/body image issues; Couple counseling; Substance abuse; Mindfulness; Biofeedback. 


Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=794&site=1.  
Also submit: Vita, Cover letter and three professional references with contact information. Priority given to applications received by June 14, 2019, but position open until filled.

Contact
Human Resources - ISU at 208.282.2157.

PSYCHOLOGIST/COUNSELOR/SOCIAL WORKER
ISU COUNSELING & TESTING SERVICE
Meridian Campus

Description (082919)
Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=786&site=1 
Posting Number: req786

This position will support the University Counseling and Testing Service (CATS) in meeting the mental health needs of the Idaho State University community on the Meridian campus. They will work to improve student well-being, provide consultation for faculty and staff, and assist students in working toward their personal and academic goals.

Key Responsibilities
Key responsibilities include provision of individual, couple, career, and group counseling; consultation with students, staff, faculty, and other Student Affairs offices; development and implementation of education and prevention programs; provision of emergency and triage services; potential supervision of Masters and Doctoral level trainees; and service on Student Affairs and other University committees. There are opportunities for staff to specialize in areas of their professional interests consistent with the CATS mission and goals; for example: LGBTQ support, mindfulness, diversity, international students, eating disorders, etc.

Minimum Qualifications
• A terminal degree (Ph.D. for clinical or counseling psychology; master's degree for counseling or social work) to provide mental health treatment from an accredited program. All degree requirements must be met prior to start date. Licensed or license eligible in Idaho within one year of hire.
• Strong clinical skills and commitment to clinical work.
• Mental health crisis intervention experience.
• Experience with career counseling.
• Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
• Evidence of collaboration and flexibility in working with others.
• Multicultural commitment/advocacy.

Preferred Qualifications
• Professional experience in working with college students.
• Outreach/group counseling experience.
• Experience and/or strong interest in one or more of the following areas: Bi-lingual; Trauma treatment; International students; LGBTQA students; Minority populations; Eating/body image issues; Couple counseling; Substance abuse; Mindfulness; Biofeedback.

Please submit the following documents with your application: Vita, Cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references with contact information. Priority consideration will be given to applicants who apply by May 31, 2019.

Contact
Human Resources, ISU, at 208.282.2517.  - But apply online at:  https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=786&site=1

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