Scope of ResponsibilitiesUnder the direction of the Director of CAPS, the Staff Social Workerwill provide clinical services,supervise trainees, andengage with the campus community placing priority on the waysmarginalization, discrimination, andoppressionnegatively impact mental health.DutiesList specific tasks and responsibilities and indicate the approximate %of time to be spent on eachduty (or section ofduties) should be listed.• Demonstrates a commitment to dismantling systems of marginalization,discrimination, andoppression thatcontribute to resultant inequities for CAPS staff and the students theyserve;• Commits to serving students, especially those impacted by systems ofmarginalization,discrimination, andoppression, in the places they liveand learn by validating their livedexperiences and engagingtheir resilience;• Commits to educating the campus community on the ways privilege isperpetuated and differentiallyimpacts studentmental health;• Provides individual, couples, and group services;• Participates in the provision of mental health triage services;• Administers and interpretslimited assessment measures;• Responds to clinical and campus crises;• Provides supervision and seminars to assigned trainees, includinggoal setting, evaluations, anddisciplinary actionin accordance with training policy and procedures;• Provides campus and community engagement services through liaisonrelationships with faculty,staff, parents,alumni, and students; and• Provides campus and community level interventions that addresscultural climate issues formarginalized groups.65%• Follows agency policies and procedures consistent with state mentalhealth statutes, ethicalguidelines, bestpractices, and HIPAA;• Completes clinical documentation according to CAPS policies andprocedures;• Attends CAPS staff, clinical team, and committee meetings;• Participates in ongoing staffconversations about the ways racism and other forms of marginalization,discrimination,and oppression impact systems;• Participates in Student Affairs Committees;• Attends CAPS sponsored professional development activities;• As budget allows, represents CAPS on the Duke campus, in the Trianglearea, and nationally; and• Other duties as requested.35%General Qualifications• Must have a Master’s degree in Social Work from a CSWE accreditedprogram;• Licensed or immediately eligible (post-degree hourscomplete) forlicensure in the state of NorthCarolina; and• Three-five years of experience in a student mental health agency orrelevant healthcare or socialservice setting.Strongly Preferred Qualifications• Demonstrated experience working international populations, especiallythose from Asian, SouthAsian, and MiddleEastern/North African countries; Latinx populations; and transgendercommunities is desired, as wellas those who havedemonstrated experience and skills working with Jewish or Muslimstudents; and• Bi-lingual language skills are strongly preferred.Additional Job-Specific Skills and Competencies• Demonstrates experience and capability to work as part of a highlycohesive and interdisciplinaryteam in auniversity counseling center and with professionals in other campusunits;• Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills that facilitateorganizational health;• Demonstrates a commitment to self-awareness and desire for growthrelated to intersectionality andthe waysmarginalization, discrimination, and oppression impact individuals andsystems; andExperience in the provision of crisis intervention and consultation isessential.
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Work requires a Master's degree from an accredited school of socialwork .Current licensure as a licensed clinical social worker by the NCSocial Work and Certification and Licensure Board.
Three or more years of social work experience in a health care settingor social service agency with one of three years may be social workinternship. Two years recent post master's experience in a clinicalsetting preferred