Staff Clinician I, Oxford CCS

Job Number
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Oxford College
Campus Life-Personnel
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues:
Not Applicable
Job Category
Behavioral Health, Counseling & Clergy
Campus Location (For Posting) : City
Location : Name
Oxford College

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Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.


Oxford College invites applications for a part-time Staff Clinician to join our team at Counseling and Career Services to serve a diverse student population. We are looking for a skilled and creative clinician to provide quality care to undergraduates as a small liberal arts college. This position also involves opportunities to engage innovative outreach toward promoting a supportive campus environment. This is a 10-month position, aligned with the August - May school schedule, with vacation as well as health insurance and retirement benefits. The number of hours per-week is negotiable, with the ideal being between 20 and 25 hours per week. For consideration of your application, all candidates must submit a resume AND cover letter, describing your interest and fit in this position, to Dr. Gary Glass at oxfordcounseling@emory.edu., in addition to completing an application.



  • Provides culturally competent intake assessments, triage appointments, crisis intervention, case management, individual therapy, group therapy, outreach services, consultation, community referrals, and participation in a multidisciplinary approach to the clinical care of Oxford College students at the Counseling and Career Services (CCS) center.
  • Serves as a professional resource providing outreach and consultation to the Oxford community.
  • Performs other related duties as required.


  • A master's degree in an applied mental health field (e.g., Social Work, Counseling, Psychology) from an accredited institution, and two years of prior counseling experience, preferably within a counseling center, or experience providing mental health services to a young adult, diverse population.
  • Current licensure in the state of Georgia in your discipline (i.e., as a LCSW, LPC or LP), or within six months of licensure may be considered.
  • Demonstrated engagement in serving a diverse community with a solid foundation in identity development and expertise in providing mental health services to under-served and or marginalized client populations.



  • Counseling expertise and experience in addressing any of the following would especially strengthen a candidate’s application: trauma, substance abuse, challenges facing neuro-diverse students, and students navigating challenges related to micro and macro aggressions against marginalized and oppressed communities.





To be considered for this position, candidates must show demonstrated experience and skill in delivering clinical and outreach services to a diverse student body. Clinical responsibilities of the position include conducting intake assessments; providing short-term counseling services; occasional crisis intervention and risk/triage assessments. This position also includes occasional consultation to parents, faculty, staff, or fellow students regarding struggling students. Because this office highlights a community-level approach to campus well-being, this position also involves developing and fostering relationships with faculty, staff, administrators, and student leaders toward promotion of a supportive campus culture.


NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.

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