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PT Counselor - LCSW Mental Health Clinician (Center for Wellness and Wellbeing) - Continuous Applica

Santa Monica College
California, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Sep 28, 2022

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Position Type
Administrative, Student Affairs, Counseling
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Part Time
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PT Counselor - LCSW Mental Health Clinician (Center for Wellness and Wellbeing) - Continuous Applica

Santa Monica College

Salary: See Position Description

Job Type: Part Time Faculty

Job Number: 00225

Location: CA 90405, CA

Closing: Continuous

Job Duties

  • Assist with the graduate internship program, including the recruitment, supervision and training of MSW interns/trainees.
  • Perform a variety of clinical, training, administrative, and supervisory duties in support of the Coordinator of the Center for Wellness & Wellbeing.
  • Provide clinical assessment and brief individual counseling, crisis intervention, and emergency procedures (including hospitalizations).
  • Assist with the coordination, development and assessment of clinical services, and develop innovative service delivery strategies.
  • Serve as a consultant/resource person to college faculty and staff regarding students with mental health concerns.
  • Build strategic alliances and campus networks to enhance student life; and participate in campus-wide activities on a regular basis.
  • Provide outreach services that meet the social, developmental and academic needs of a culturally diverse student population.

Minimum Qualifications
Master's Degree in one of the following:

  • Counseling
  • Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Counseling Psychology
  • Guidance Counseling
  • Educational Counseling
  • Social Work
  • Career Development
  • Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Marriage, Family and Child Counseling or the equivalent
    (NOTE: A Bachelor's Degree in one of the listed areas AND A license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) is an alternative qualification for this discipline, pursuant to title 5, section 53410.1.)

  • Preferred Qualifications

    • Earned master's degree in social work, and a California license as a licensed clinical social worker. Must maintain continuing education units sufficient to qualify as a supervisor of interns or other mental health professionals.
    • Successful experience in supervising, training, and evaluating graduate-level interns/trainees.
    • Experience in crisis intervention/emergency services, and the demonstrated ability to work with a broad range of psychological problems (from personal/social adjustment issues to severe and persistent mental illness).
    • Demonstrated ability to counsel and train utilizing professional therapeutic orientations, models, techniques, and strategies, while meeting the needs of a multicultural, multi-gendered, and multi-aged clientele.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to make effective oral presentations.
    • Knowledge of and ability to apply legal and ethical standards of licensed mental health professionals.
    Previous experience working in a community college or university counseling center setting; experience in training and program development in a community college or university setting. Prior experience working with underserved and at-risk populations. Prior experience working with International students. Demonstrated training and expertise in time-limited psychotherapy and crisis intervention.

    Additional Information

    COMMITMENT TO EQUITY AND DIVERSITYWith the goal of ensuring the equal educational opportunity of all students, Santa Monica College embraces diversity among students, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve as an integral part of our history, a recognition of the complexity of our present state, and a call to action for a better future. Embracing diversity means that we must intentionally practice equity and respect toward one another, and understand that discrimination and prejudices create and sustain privileges for some while creating and sustaining barriers for others. In order to embrace diversity, we also acknowledge that institutional discrimination and implicit bias exist, and that our goal is to eradicate those vestiges from our system. Our commitment to diversity requires that we strive to eliminate those barriers to equity, and that we act deliberately to create a safe and positive environment where individual and group differences are valued and leveraged for our growth and understanding as an educational community.

    To advance the goals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice for the success of students and employees, we must honor that each individual is unique and that our individual differences contribute to the ability of the college to prepare students on their educational journeys. This requires that we develop and implement policies and procedures, encourage individual and systemic change, continually reflect on our efforts, and hold ourselves accountable for the results of our efforts in accomplishing our goals.

    We are invested as a community in cultivating and maintaining a climate where equity and mutual respect are both intrinsic and explicit by valuing individuals and groups from all backgrounds, demographics, and experiences. Individual and group differences can include, but are not limited to the following dimensions: race, ethnicity, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, immigration status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, religion, creed, military or veteran status, socioeconomic status, and any other basis protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance or regulation. We acknowledge that the concept of inclusion and diversity is ever-evolving, thus we create space to allow our understanding to grow through the periodic review of this statement. In service of these goals, Santa Monica College is committed to fostering an employment environment that offers equal employment opportunity for all and an educational environment that ensures the equal educational opportunity of all students.
    Application Requirements
    A completed application consists of the following:
    • Online District Application
    • Resume
    • Transcript

    Pay Philosophy

    Starting salary for Part Time Faculty is based on educational achievement and relevant prior employment experience up to but not beyond Step 4. Further step advancement shall occur at the beginning of the intersession or semester following completion of multiples of 30 LHE at Santa Monica College.

    Part Time Faculty salary schedule can be accessed at:

    Please review the following link from the Faculty Association (The Union representing you) on an explanation of the of the salary structure for new faculty hires: For your counseling assignment please read the section on “Completely non-instructional assignments” once on that New Faculty Salary page.

    For even more information about our part-time faculty salary structure, the history of why we've moved away from “hourly” pay scales, and to better understand “Lecture Hour Equivalents” (LHE), you can visit the following site:

    Diversity Statement
    Recent experience working with African American, Latinx, Native American, and other racially minoritized students in the classroom; and a willingness to use culturally responsive instructional practices.

    Demonstrated sensitivity to issues of diversity, and ability to motivate and teach community college students of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, sexual orientations, genders, cultures, and learning styles, as well as students with disabilities or varied levels of academic preparation.
    Equity Statement
    Santa Monica College encourages candidates that are equity-minded to apply. SMC is a minority-serving, Hispanic-serving institution. We actively seek to attract candidates from minority groups that value equity, diversity and inclusion. Equity, diversity and inclusion are built into the culture at SMC and are an essential component of the work that we do. SMC is committed to racial and socioeconomic diversity as it is a reflection of our student population and we strive to hire candidates that share this commitment.

    Equal Employment Opportunity Disclosure
    The Santa Monica Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity. All qualified applicants for employment, as well as District employees, shall have full and equal access to employment opportunity. No person shall be subjected to unlawful discrimination in any program or activity of the District. The District's Board Policy 3420 (Equal Employment Opportunity) may be accessed at: (Download PDF reader)

    Equivalency Statement
    The Santa Monica Community College District, in its desire to select outstanding faculty members from the largest possible pool of qualified applicants, recognizes the fact that candidates may attain expertise in a discipline through a variety of means. Certain combinations of education, experience and other accomplishments in the field may be judged by the District as equal to the stated minimum qualifications for this position. Candidates who feel they possess such equivalent qualifications are encouraged to apply and provide appropriate documentation of their qualifications. For further details regarding equivalency criteria, please download the Equivalency Application Statement Form available at: (Download PDF reader)

    Conditions of Employment
    Appointment is subject to verification of official transcripts, current or previous employment, tuberculosis and fingerprint clearance. Selected candidate must provide identification and work authorization.

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