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Position Available: Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs: Health and Well-being at University at Albany

News Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019 - 14:15

The University at Albany is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs: Health and Well-being.

The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs - Health and Wellbeing will provide leadership for Counseling and Psychological Services, the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research, Student Health Services, and Campus Recreation. The incumbent will also provide clinical support in student health and/or counseling. S/he will be responsible for the comprehensive and seamless provision of services across physical, mental, and behavioral health and recreation with a focus on driving innovation through evidence-based practice as well as management of risk. As part of the leadership responsibilities, the incumbent will supervise New York State licensed health and mental health care providers and a Director of Training with responsibility for an American Psychological Association - accredited Doctoral Training Program in Health Service Psychology. The incumbent will be engaged in the delivery of assessment and psychological testing, individual and group psychotherapy, consultation services, and provide consultation and training to faculty, staff members, parents, and families. This position involves oversight of senior-level professional staff members responsible for the implementation of several nationally recognized grant-supported campus-wide evidence-based prevention and early intervention initiatives in the areas of alcohol and other drug misuse prevention and recovery, mental health, suicide prevention, and the promotion of health and well-being that are dynamic and responsive to increasingly complex campus needs and health disparities. The Assistant Vice President will be engaged in the translational research work of the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research. S/he will assume leadership roles in the development, application, and implementation of local, state, and federal grants and contracts.

Further information about the position, as well as a link to the application portal, may be found at:

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