* How did you hear about this employment opportunity?Walk-InGovernment Employment AgencyPrivate Employment AgencyEmployee (please explain in follow up question)Relative (please explain in follow up question)SchoolAdvertisement – Source (please explain in follow upquestion)Other (please explain in follow up question) Job TitleCollege Counselor (Part-time) Open Date07/20/2020 Supervision Required/Given Preferred Qualifications If you were referred by a person, advertisement or other,please explain here:(Open Ended Question) Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterList of 3 ReferencesOptional Documents Position Qualifications Pay Rate Juniata College invites applicants for part-time collegecounselor.Supports student mental health and wellness through counselingcontact with clients and related services and interactions.Typical Duties and Responsibilities:• Provides crisis, short-term, and longer-term outpatient mentalhealth and/or substance abuse therapy and case management.• Provides therapy using individual, family, couple and/or groupmodalities.• Assists clients in identifying community resources and makingappropriate referrals per request and identified need of theindividual.• Maintains appropriate professional records on each client andcommunicates client information in a confidential and professionalmanner.• Provides consultation services to faculty, staff, parents/familyand students to enhance personal development and wellness.• Develops and implements individualized treatment plan andbehavioral goals, consulting with Counseling Services andcontracted psychiatric team as appropriate.• Informs Administrative Lead of any difficulties relating topatient satisfaction, treatment issues, procedural concerns, andother departmental or public relations concerns.• Assures that all office procedures, policies, and requiredreports are developed, followed and completed in a timelyfashion.• Works with the Administrative Lead to contribute to annual goalsand objectives for Juniata Counseling Services.• Performs other related duties as assigned.Compensation:• Paid hourly, no benefits• 10-21 hours weekly as arranged Key Responsibilities Close Date • Master’s degree in clinical/counseling psychology or socialwork.• Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical SocialWorker preferred.• Ability to work effectively with diverse individuals andgroups.• Successful completion of background checksJuniata College embraces a liberal arts lifestyle and as such, webelieve that all people bring valuable perspective to contribute ascitizens in an increasingly global and diverse community. Weencourage and seek mutual benefit through diversity of thought andapproach which enriches our academic community, as well as thelives of our students and colleagues. Juniata College is committedto creating a welcoming and inclusive community where members withdifferent perspectives and backgrounds can learn, contribute, andthrive. Therefore, our relationships are based on mutual respectand support. Please join us… It is the policy of Juniata College to conduct backgroundchecks.Interested candidates are asked to submit the following materialsvia our on-line application system: Cover-letter, resume and listof references. Review of applications will begin immediately andcontinue until the position is filled. Special Instructions to Applicants Physical Demands Position TypeSupport Staff Posting Details Open Until FilledYes See position qualifications Posting Number20110317 Operates within established regulations and procedures of JuniataCounseling Services. Reports directly to the Counseling ServicesAdministrative Lead, and indirectly to the Vice President forStudent Life and Dean of Students. Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Blue Ridge Outdoors is excited to announce its partnership with the New River Alliance of Climbers for the first annual Appalachian Outdoor Film Festival (AOFF), set to take place in Fayetteville, W.Va., on May 21, 2016. Whether or not you’re a professional filmmaker is no matter to us — we’re looking to spread the love of Appalachia and its mountains, rivers, adventures, and adventurers.Appalachian Outdoor Film Festival: Trailer 2 from Jay Young on Vimeo.Submission is free, but the deadline is soon! Want to learn more? Check out this Q&A with AOFF Co-Director Jay Young.BRO: Where did the idea for AOFF originate?JY: Kenny Parker, Maura Kistler, and I were at a birthday party, sitting around talking. For a couple years, the elephant in the room had been “With what do we replace the New River Climbers’ Rendezvous?” And Maura had an idea—bring the Banff Mountain Film Festival to Fayetteville. The more we spoke about bringing a festival like Banff or Reel Rock here, the more we began to see problems with them. One, they’re prohibitively expensive for a little non-profit like us. Two, the films are too long—if you’re not into one, you’re a captive audience for the next 40 minutes. Three, while the films are very high quality in those other festivals, they’re not usually geographically specific to the New…or West Virginia…or for that matter, Appalachia. BRO: Who should enter in the AOFF and what types of films are you looking for?JY: Amateurs and professional film makers should feel free to submit their films. The run-time limit for submissions is 15 minutes (no captive audiences here), and all entries must have some tie to Appalachia, even if that’s just an Appalachia-based film maker who ventured farther afield to create a film. BRO: What is the mission of the AOFF?JY: We want a festival that is accessible to amateur film makers and geographically pertinent to where we are, Appalachia. BRO: What are the important dates and facts to know about the film fest?JY: The deadline for submissions is 11:59pm April 1, but really, as long as it’s in my inbox when I turn my computer on April 2, we won’t worry about minutes and hours. Films must be maximum 15 minutes long and must have some tie to Appalachia. Submission is free. There’s a submission form to fill out here: http://aoff.org. The live festival is May 21, 2016, at 8pm, with the after party at the American Alpine Club campground.There’s also a pretty hefty cash prize up for grabs. Rather than prizes for various categories, we have one cash award for Best in Show and one for Audience Favorite. Both are $1,000, which means there’s potential for one film maker to walk with two large lumps of cash. BRO: Is the event BYOP (bring your own popcorn)?JY: Huh, we haven’t really thought about that. I think we may actually own a popcorn maker from the Rendezvous days… BRO: The culture of the New River Gorge is steeped in adventure, so for film makers and potential attendees to the film fest who may be unfamiliar with the area, tell us what makes the NRG, and this fest, so unique?JY: The Appalachian Outdoor Film Festival is not a New River Gorge film festival. I really hope that we’ll be able to draw films and film makers from as far away as Maine and Georgia. But none of that means the festival is not infused with the adventurous spirit of the New River Gorge. Our roots are here, and we love to share it with others, but we also know that our spirit is not unique to the Appalachian chain. We want to bring Pennsylvania’s spirit in, Georgia’s, Vermont’s, New York’s. In that way, the Appalachian Outdoor Film Festival is a celebration of East Coast adventure and East Coast natural beauty. We also decided early on that we didn’t want just a climbing festival. Here at the New—where several world class outdoor pursuits are 20 minutes from our front doors—none of us are just climbers. We all have multiple outdoor loves. I’m also into whitewater. Maura’s a trail runner. We all snowboard. A bunch of us mountain bike. I can think of a few fishermen and a birder. This festival is as inclusive as the New River Gorge itself is.