Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Clinical Counselor Position at Hospitality House



Hospitality House Therapeutic Community, Inc.
271 Central Avenue Albany, New York 12206

Hospitality House is an intensive residential chemical dependence treatment program licensed
by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, and dedicated to
the goal of alcohol and substance free living through personal growth and change. The program
serves men over the age of 18, and is predicated on evidence-based treatment models targeting
the chronic relapsing, criminal justice involved client. Hospitality House is currently inviting
applications for a full-time, entry-level clinical counseling position.

Minimum qualifications: Potential candidates must have a Master-level degree with New York

State licensure in social work, mental health, or related field. Candidates without licensure must
be eligible to obtain licensure within one year of employment. Experience in substance abuse
counseling is preferred. Candidates must also display strong writing and verbal skills and be
prepared to submit a comprehensive writing sample.

Duties and responsibilities: This position is 40 hours per week, with one weekday evening shift,
and reports directly to the Clinical Director. The clinician will handle a full caseload of clients
and provide evidence-based interventions on an individual basis, along with running group
therapy. The clinician will be responsible for making ongoing assessments, referrals, treatment
and discharge planning, drafting progress reports, as well as participating in multidisciplinary
case reviews for clients on their caseload.

Interested candidates should send a single E-mail containing attachments of a current CV or
Resume, a cover letter, and a minimum 5-page academic or clinical writing sample to Young Do,
Assistant Clinical Director at: youngd2000@gmail.com

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Siena College Paid Graduate Assistantship

Siena College Student Activities is in search of a Graduate Assistant for a paid position for the upcoming academic year.  For more information please contact:
John L. Bebb
Associate Dean of Students
Office Of Student Affairs
Siena College
(518) 783-2328
jbebb@siena.edu

Siena College Residence Director Search



SIENA COLLEGE
RESIDENCE DIRECTOR

Siena College invites applications for the position of Residence Director.  We anticipate opening(s) for the 2014-2015 academic year with an anticipated August, 2014 start date.

The successful candidate is expected to strengthen the opportunities for intellectual and personal growth for the Siena residential community while supporting our Franciscan and Catholic traditions.
Some of the specific responsibilities for this 10 month, live – in position include administration of residence hall/facility housing 250 -600 students; selection, training and supervision of paraprofessional staff; planning educational and social programs; developing policy; adjudicating student conduct policy violations; serving as a member of an on-call duty rotation, and developing relationships with residents.  

A Master’s Degree in Student Personnel/ Counseling or related field and the ability to work effectively with men and women of diverse backgrounds is required.  Previous experience in residence life is preferred, particularly as a Residence Director.  Additional qualifications include commitment to social justice and diversity, leadership and organizational skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and enthusiasm for teamwork.  A background check will be required. Salary is competitive with apartment/board for 10 months, comprehensive benefits package and professional development opportunities. 

Please send resume and cover letter, including salary requirements, to: Office of Human Resources, Siena College, 515 Loudon Road, Loudonville, NY  12211-1462, or email humanresources@siena.edu. 

Siena’s student body is 3000 undergraduate students, 2500 of whom reside on campus in traditional residence hall and townhouse settings.   

Siena College is a Franciscan and Catholic institution and expects members of its community to be knowledgeable about its mission and to make a positive contribution to that mission. Siena College is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Siena College surveys all job applicants in accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor’s affirmative action requirements.  Therefore, we request that in addition to your application, you complete the Equal Employment Opportunity Data Form located at www.siena.edu/eeo.  In order to complete the form, you will need the posting number for this position which is R1002.  Any information you choose to provide on the Equal Employment Opportunity Data Form will be treated as personal and confidential and will be kept separate from your application for employment.  Your cooperation is key to maintaining an effective equal opportunity program at Siena College and is greatly appreciated.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Interactive Webinar: Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss

Hospice Foundation of America's Annual National Living with Grief Program,
The Community Hospice, and
Macedonia Baptist Church present

Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss
An Interactive Webinar

LIVE on APRIL 10, 2014
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m


Perhaps the only thing more heartbreaking than seeing an adolescent endure the pain of grief is being unable to help.  A new educational program, intended for clinicians but likely to benefit anyone who works with adolescents, addresses the challenge of how to help adolescents face the loss of friends, siblings, peers, parents and other loved ones.

Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss, the 21st annual program in Hospice Foundation of America's Living with Grief(r) series, will be streamed live via the internet from Howard University in Washington, DC on April 10 from 2-4:30 p.m. ET. This program includes a "live" panel discussion of experts, reacting to and commenting on videos that give the program's curriculum real-world application. Don't miss out on this new and exciting program!

This program focuses exclusively on the issues that adolescents face as they cope with loss. Adolescence, broadly defined, from middle school years to emerging adulthood, is a significant developmental period during which adolescents form identity, independence, and intimacy.  Illness and loss profoundly influences these processes.  Moreover, adolescent encounters with loss are likely to be traumatic-deaths by accident, suicide, and homicide.

This program explores the ways that healthcare workers, hospices, educators, social workers, counselors, clergy, funeral directors, and other professionals can assist adolescents as they cope with loss.

National Experts:
  • Tashel Bordere, PhD, MS
  • Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
  • Pamela Gabbay, MA, FT
  • Stacy F Orloff, EdD, LCSW, ACHP-SW
  • Donna L. Schuurman, EdD, FT
  • Carol Wogrin, PsyD, RN
A panel of local experts will be on site for discussion after the presentation.

Be a part of the conversation! Ask your questions online at any time during the program.

The program is 2.5 hours, with an additional 30-minute local discussion (required for CE credits).

Continuing Education (CE) Credits: 3-hours of continuing education will be available, $15 per person.

Registration is required.  Please call 518-694-4967 or email Dorothy.Britt@sphp.com

REGISTER TODAY directly online at www.communityhospice.org