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Benefits of Being a Lindenwood Employee:
JOB TITLE SUMMARY
- Upon hire, employer-paid tuition benefits for bachelor’s
(employee, spouse, and dependent) and master’s degree programs
(employee and spouse only).
- Tuition discounts for doctoral programs (employee only).
- Comprehensive benefits plan: medical, dental, vision, life
insurance, disability insurance, and retirement options.
- Paid holidays: MLK Jr. day, Good Friday, Memorial Day,
Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving break
(Wednesday – Friday), and winter break (Dec. 23 – Jan. 1).
- Free lunch Fridays: LU employees are eligible for a free meal
on Fridays at the Evans Commons Dining Hall or Spellman Dining
Hall; Chick-fil-A and Qdoba included.
- Professional development opportunities through the Lindenwood Learning Academy .
Case Manager, Student Counseling (10 Month)
Student Counseling Resource Center (SCRC)
Director, Student Counseling Resource
Through effective case management and the coordination of care
between campus and community resources, the case manager will
provide services designed to minimize the impact of mental illness
or emotional distress on the academic and personal pursuits of
students. The case manager also serves on the Leo Cares team,
provides crisis intervention, consultation and psychological
programming for Lindenwood University students.
Essential Job Functions and Performance Indicators
The intent of this job description is to provide a representation
of the types of duties and level of responsibility that will be
required of positions given this title. This job description shall
not be construed as a declaration of the total of the specific
duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees
may be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those
specifically presented in this description.
Job Responsibilities and Execution
- Participates on the Leo Cares team, coordinating between
Student Counseling Resource Center (SCRC), Leo Cares team, and
referrals to community providers to establish best standards of
care services for students in need.
- Assists/refers students to mental health care services in the
community when they need higher levels of mental health treatment
or on-going longer-term therapy.
- Meets with students upon return from higher levels of mental
health treatment and assists students with care coordination.
Monitors and follows up with students who have unique mental health
concerns that require coordination of care.
- Participates as part of clinical administrative team, aiding
with managing intake, triage and emergency systems, staffing teams
and consultation regarding community referrals and insurance
- Provides culturally sensitive individual counseling to a
diverse student body that presents with a variety of challenges
including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, substance use,
eating disorders, trauma, suicidal ideation and academic/family-
- Develops relationships with area mental health providers and
- Supervises graduate interns
- Assists the director with overseeing the administration of
personnel management policies and procedures of the SCRC
- Develops and maintains a database of referral and community
- Maintains data on the amount of usage per term
- Maintains an active role in the development and implementation
of the SCRC’s strategic planning, objectives and goals, as well as
those for the Student Life and Diversity, as needed
- Assists with strategically marketing the SCRC to students,
faculty and staff
Communication, Teamwork and Collaboration
- Supports the mission of the university and serves as an
ambassador of the Q2 culture of service excellence
- Models, supports and holds others accountable to the
university’s values – integrity, dedication, excellence, creativity
Job may require other duties as assigned.
- Consults with parents, physicians, faculty, academic deans,
residence life staff, off-campus counseling services, other campus
offices and students, when appropriate, and with appropriate
authorization, in order to provide quality care to students
- Follows up to ensure that clients are appropriately assessed,
successfully referred and compliant with treatment
- Communicates all duty to warn issues
– An equivalent combination of
education, training and experience will be considered. Additional
requirements may be designated by position.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Master’s degree in counseling, clinical psychology, social work
or mental health counseling
- Licensed or license eligible
- Minimum of two years’ full-time professional, post-master’s
experience in providing psychological services (individual and
group) in a college/university counseling center setting
– May be representative, but
not all inclusive, of the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary
to perform this job competently.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from
diverse communities and cultures
- Demonstrated understanding of campus resources available to
support student needs
- Demonstrated knowledge of and relationships with community
providers for the facilitation of referral to mental health care
outside of the SCRC
- Demonstrated understanding of the community mental health
systems, insurance, hospitals, treatment facilities, etc. to
facilitate student access to higher levels of care
- Demonstrated in-depth understanding of higher education case
management and care/behavioral intervention teams
- Experience developing and implementing training programs,
presentations and/or educational opportunities for students,
faculty and staff
- Demonstrated understanding of and experience with college
student developmental theory and the unique concerns of
undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
- Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of professional ethics
related to mental health and higher education Strong leadership
skills, including decision-making, collaboration, organization and
- Strong written communication skills including accurate and
– Environmental or atmospheric conditions
commonly associated with the performance of this job’s
- General office setting
- Possible evenings and weekends
– The physical demands described below
are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform this job’s essential functions. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform essential functions.
Equal Opportunity Employer
- Ability to work effectively at a computer for up to eight hours
- Ability to sit for extended periods of time
- Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function
Lindenwood University is an Equal Opportunity employer. The
University complies with appropriate federal, state, and local laws
and provides equal employment opportunities and access to
educational programs without regard to race, color, religion,
gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,
veteran status, disability, or any other protected status to all
qualified applicants and employees. Lindenwood University is
committed to a policy of non-discrimination and dedicated to
providing a positive discrimination-free educational work