Provides education and training to promote mental, physical, and sexual health and reduce substance abuse on campus. Provides information and referral materials to campus and community resources related to mental, physical, and sexual health and substance abuse.
- Collaborates with Counseling Center staff on the design and implementation of training and educational programming to promote positive mental, physical, and sexual health and reduce substance abuse on campus.
- Works with students to identify wellness resources, facilitating communication with the resources when needed.
- Collaborates with other health professionals at the university, UH System, and the community to determine student health and wellbeing needs and availability of services; develops goals for meeting those needs.
- Works with Counseling Center staff to develop campus and community partnerships to address student health and wellbeing needs.
- Prepares and distributes health and wellbeing marketing materials, which include brochures, posters, visual aids, and electronic materials.
- Assist with the management of the Counseling Center social media pages.
- Lead the Jags Stop Violence Committee; a campus wide group dedicated to year-round programming to prevent violence and self-harm at the university.
- Assist with the management of various health and wellbeing community partnerships, to include the dissemination of information related to their services. These partnerships include, but are not limited to, the Community Health Centers of South Central Texas, the university endorsed Student Health Insurance Plan, and the YMCA.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Salary is negotiable based on experience.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree in health education, psychology or similar field
Minimum Experience: two (2) years related experience
Required Attachments by Candidate: Cover Letter, Resume