Job Positions

Clinical or Counseling Mental Health Therapist - Temporary Pool

Categories: Northeast Region 1


Academic and Human Development


Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Date Posted:

May 2 2019 10:00PM

Close Date:


Position Description

The Department of Academic and Human Development seeks applicants for temporary positions as they arise to provide individual and group counseling or psychotherapy; crisis intervention, consultation, psychological assessment; and psycho-educational services to students with personal, developmental, and educational concerns. This three (3) year temporary pool is valid through April 19, 2022.

Individuals must work effectively as members of the University Counseling Center and the Academic and Human Development Department. Individuals must participate in the ongoing development, implementation, and reporting of assessment of the University Counseling Center and the Department of Academic and Human Development. Successful applicants should have significant clinical expertise focusing on eating disorders, relationship abuse, substance abuse, and related issues; scholarly activity in the discipline; experience counseling diverse college age populations; experience with program assessment; and experience with outreach programming and residence life. Through accomplishments and behaviors, candidates must demonstrate their ability to support Mansfield University's principles and values of Character, Scholarship, Culture, and Service.


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Application Process

Submit a job application on the Mansfield University Employment Opportunities page at Please include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and documentation of proof of licensure with your application. Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair at

Institution Information

Since our beginning as the Mansfield Classical Seminary in 1857, Mansfield students have enjoyed a unique college experience. Small classes taught by dedicated professors who know their students by name have been part of our tradition for over 160 years. Our university is nestled in the Endless Mountains of northern Pennsylvania, not far from the Pine Creek Gorge, also known as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. The natural surroundings provide a spectacular backdrop for a campus that features distinctive, historic buildings such as North Hall and Straughn Hall, as well newly constructed buildings like our suite-style residence halls. At Mansfield University, we provide our students with a welcoming environment, individualized attention, and meaningful opportunities to learn and grow within and beyond the classroom. Through the Mansfield experience, our students develop the knowledge, skills, and character necessary to achieve their educational and career goals.

Contact Information

Jolene Meisner,


Required Qualifications

  • Master's degree from an accredited program
  • Licensure as a mental health professional in Pennsylvania (social worker, counselor or clinical psychologist or national licensure)
  • Minimum of four years' experience in higher education or mental health setting
  • Must provide evidence of skills and cognitive knowledge of cultural competencies across a diverse population

Preferred Qualifications

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Social Work or related field
  • Significant clinical expertise focusing on eating disorders, relationship abuse, substance abuse