The position of George E. Hill Center Director is a 12-month administrative position. The director is responsible for setting a clear strategic vision that results in the provision of evidence-based, fiscally sustainable, and integrated clinical services and research projects that also provide professional training opportunities. Duties of the director include the following: - Oversee and manage the day-to-day clinical, research, and administrative activities of the George E. Hill Center - Ensure high quality diagnostic, treatment, or consultative experience for children, adolescents, families, and adults that serves as a best practices model for clinical service and training - Engage in the provision of clinical services and provide administrative and/or clinical supervision of students - Coordinate, and develop/conduct research projects related to the Center's mission in collaboration with faculty or other constituents - Provide support to research projects and ensure all research activities comply with Ohio University Institutional Review Board policies and procedures Required Qualifications
Master’s degree in counseling, counselor education, or related field ? Licensed or license-eligible for LPC in the state of Ohio within a year ? Clinical experience in behavioral health ? Ability to coordinate faculty, staff, and graduate students to fulfill the Center’s mission ? Ability to develop/implement policies and procedures for the center ? Excellent oral and written communication skills ? Graduate-level training in statistics and research methodology
Ohio University & The Patton College of Education
Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the historic Northwest Territory and the State of Ohio. As a comprehensive, national research university, it offers distinctive, high-quality education. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the natural beauty of Athens provides a picturesq...ue backdrop for a quintessential college town that boasts a vibrant community of 21,000. Ohio University is categorized as a Carnegie RU/H: Research University (www.ohio.edu).
The Patton College of Education serves over 890 graduate students and approximately 1800 undergraduates in five departments (Counseling and Higher Education, Educational Studies, Teacher Education, Human and Consumer Science Education, and Recreation and Sports Pedagogy) and eleven research/clinical centers The successful candidate will join the Department of Counseling and Higher Education. The College has a proud history spanning 120 years with an influence that is felt both locally and globally. We were the first public teacher preparation program in Ohio. Today, the College employs more than 75 outstanding faculty with expertise and experience that extends across the globe. By forging trademark partnerships that address the social, economic, and educational issues affecting individuals ability to learn, the College of Education continues to have a profound impact on the state of education in our region and the nation.
Ohio University prides itself on being an agent of transformation by contributing to undergraduate and graduate education, the generation of knowledge through research and creative activity, and through contributions to the culture and economy of the Appalachian region. For additional information about The Patton College of Education, visit our website at https://www.ohio.edu/education/