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Behavioral Science and Human Services

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

Counsel individuals and provide group educational and vocational guidance services.

Salary Breakdown

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

Average

$51,940

ANNUAL

$24.97

HOURLY

Entry Level

$37,400

ANNUAL

$17.98

HOURLY

Mid Level

$47,875

ANNUAL

$23.02

HOURLY

Expert Level

$58,350

ANNUAL

$28.05

HOURLY


Current Available & Projected Jobs

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

57

Current Available Jobs

8,600

Projected job openings through 2024


Top Expected Tasks

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

Common knowledge, skills & abilities needed to get a foot in the door.

KNOWLEDGE

Psychology

KNOWLEDGE

Therapy and Counseling

KNOWLEDGE

English Language

KNOWLEDGE

Education and Training

KNOWLEDGE

Customer and Personal Service

SKILL

Active Listening

SKILL

Speaking

SKILL

Reading Comprehension

SKILL

Social Perceptiveness

SKILL

Writing

ABILITY

Oral Expression

ABILITY

Oral Comprehension

ABILITY

Written Comprehension

ABILITY

Written Expression

ABILITY

Problem Sensitivity


Job Opportunities

Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

  • School Counselor
    Learn It Systems    Phoenix, AZ 85067
     Posted about 9 hours    

    Light Street is is now interviewing School Counselors in Phoenix, Arizona for the 2021-2022 School Year!

    + Full-Time and Part-Time Opportunities

    + Local Clinical Manager support

    + Competitive compensation packages

    + Benefits packages that include medical/dental/vision

    + 401k

    + Professional development allowance, licensure and professional dues reimbursement

    + Referral bonuses!

    Light Street Special Education Solutions (http://www.lightstreetsolutions.com), a division of LEARN Behavioral (http://www.learnbehavioral.com), helps schools succeed by providing comprehensive special education programs and services. We partner with schools to improve the quality and efficiency of services provided to children with special needs. We offer an array of flexible solutions that are grounded in evidence-based practices and focused on achieving positive outcomes for our students and school partners.

    Join Light Street Special Education Solutions, a division of LEARN Behavioral, national network of education professionals as School Counselor and become a part of a team taking a fresh approach to special education.

    We are now interviewing School Counselors for the 2021-2022 School Year in Phoenix, Arizona.

    We are looking for a Counselor to work with 6-12th grade students to provide emotional and mental support for a diverse group of students. The candidate must be familiar with gender identity matters, stress and anxiety, and recovering from pandemic distressess.

    We are looking for outstanding school counselors to join our team and become a valuable member of our national team of special education superheroes!

    + Masters Degree & School Counselor licensure in Arizona

    + Valid Arizona IVP Fingerprint card

    Light Street Special Education Solutions/LEARN Behavioral offers a competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits plan, 401(k), paid holidays and personal time off.

    Light Street Special Education Solutions/LEARN Behavioral is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the United States.

    ID: 2021-13229

    External Company URL: http://learnitsystems.com


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • COUNSELOR -Part Time BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NOAH Sierra
    HonorHealth    GLENDALE, AZ 85304
     Posted about 9 hours    

    Overview

    HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation and community services with approximately 12,300 employees, 3,700 affiliated physicians and 3,100 volunteers.

    Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) is looking for talented healthcare team members to step into our culturally diverse health centers! NOAH is a federally qualified healthcare center (section 330 grantee) that provides affordable, high-quality outpatient healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our integrated model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, psychiatry, counseling, nutrition, prenatal care, preventive health, eligibility assistance and health education programs. With 9 healthcare centers throughout Maricopa County, we are a premier source for high quality healthcare.

    HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Job SummaryThe COUNSELOR- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (NOAH) is responsible for providing outpatient counseling services to clients and their families. Responsible for intakes, assessment, treatment and discharge planning, individual, family and group counseling, and family support services. Charts progress, maintains clinical records, and ensures implementation of treatment and discharge plans. Monitors and follows up on family needs, does re-assessments as required or as needed, and submits weekly and monthly service reports. Coordinates services as necessary working in collaboration with various State, Federal and other service partners included in NOAH. Services are provided according to all licensure, state and federal laws, and NOAH policies and procedures.

    + Provides family centered outpatient clinical services to families. Provides intervention in the office, or other locations as determined by treatment plan. Performs client admissions for new and/or returning clients. Develops an assessment of the family utilizing input from family as well as observation. Works with the client and family to develop and implement a treatment plan. Provides clinical services including individual, family and group counseling. Able to effectively and insightfully address a variety of complex issues related to individual, families, and socio-cultural variables. Utilizes professional resources as appropriate (e.g., case conferences, consultants, ongoing supervision and relevant literature). Tracks progress of treatment plan and updates as needed. Advocates on behalf of families as needed. Stays abreast of, and utilizes community resources. Initiates discharging planning as necessary.

    + Participates in a team management approach to patient care/treatment; work with NOAH team to coordinate services that meet the goals and objectives of the NOAH program. Maintains appropriate clinical documentation in a timely manner. Maintains quality care through participation in peer review, policy development and quality improvement programs.

    + Participates in continuing education to maintain professional standards. Participates in Performance improvement activities, supports membership in professional organizations.

    Qualifications

    EducationMaster's Degree in social work, counseling or other behavioral health related field RequiredExperience1 year related experience Required Licenses and CertificationsFingerprint Clearance Card - State Have a current Fingerprint Clearance card, or within seven (7) working days after employment shall apply and be eligible for a Fingerprint Clearance Card (NOAH Clinical Sites and Pediatric Behavioral Health Sites ONLY) Required

    Other Must have one Current Licensure: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) or LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor).

    Required


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • COUNSELOR -BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NOAH Venado Valley
    HonorHealth    PHOENIX, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Overview

    HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation and community services with approximately 12,300 employees, 3,700 affiliated physicians and 3,100 volunteers.

    Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) is looking for talented healthcare team members to step into our culturally diverse health centers! NOAH is a federally qualified healthcare center (section 330 grantee) that provides affordable, high-quality outpatient healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our integrated model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, psychiatry, counseling, nutrition, prenatal care, preventive health, eligibility assistance and health education programs. With 9 healthcare centers throughout Maricopa County, we are a premier source for high quality healthcare.

    HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Job SummaryThe COUNSELOR- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (NOAH) is responsible for providing outpatient counseling services to clients and their families. Responsible for intakes, assessment, treatment and discharge planning, individual, family and group counseling, and family support services. Charts progress, maintains clinical records, and ensures implementation of treatment and discharge plans. Monitors and follows up on family needs, does re-assessments as required or as needed, and submits weekly and monthly service reports. Coordinates services as necessary working in collaboration with various State, Federal and other service partners included in NOAH. Services are provided according to all licensure, state and federal laws, and NOAH policies and procedures.

    + Provides family centered outpatient clinical services to families. Provides intervention in the office, or other locations as determined by treatment plan. Performs client admissions for new and/or returning clients. Develops an assessment of the family utilizing input from family as well as observation. Works with the client and family to develop and implement a treatment plan. Provides clinical services including individual, family and group counseling. Able to effectively and insightfully address a variety of complex issues related to individual, families, and socio-cultural variables. Utilizes professional resources as appropriate (e.g., case conferences, consultants, ongoing supervision and relevant literature). Tracks progress of treatment plan and updates as needed. Advocates on behalf of families as needed. Stays abreast of, and utilizes community resources. Initiates discharging planning as necessary.

    + Participates in a team management approach to patient care/treatment; work with NOAH team to coordinate services that meet the goals and objectives of the NOAH program. Maintains appropriate clinical documentation in a timely manner. Maintains quality care through participation in peer review, policy development and quality improvement programs.

    + Participates in continuing education to maintain professional standards. Participates in Performance improvement activities, supports membership in professional organizations.

    Qualifications

    EducationMaster's Degree in social work, counseling or other behavioral health related field RequiredExperience1 year related experience Required Licenses and CertificationsFingerprint Clearance Card - State Have a current Fingerprint Clearance card, or within seven (7) working days after employment shall apply and be eligible for a Fingerprint Clearance Card (NOAH Clinical Sites and Pediatric Behavioral Health Sites ONLY) Required

    Other Must have one Current Licensure: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) or LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor).

    Required


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • COUNSELOR -BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NOAH Palomino
    HonorHealth    PHOENIX, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Overview

    HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation and community services with approximately 12,300 employees, 3,700 affiliated physicians and 3,100 volunteers.

    Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) is looking for talented healthcare team members to step into our culturally diverse health centers! NOAH is a federally qualified healthcare center (section 330 grantee) that provides affordable, high-quality outpatient healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our integrated model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, psychiatry, counseling, nutrition, prenatal care, preventive health, eligibility assistance and health education programs. With 9 healthcare centers throughout Maricopa County, we are a premier source for high quality healthcare.

    HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Job SummaryThe COUNSELOR- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (NOAH) is responsible for providing outpatient counseling services to clients and their families. Responsible for intakes, assessment, treatment and discharge planning, individual, family and group counseling, and family support services. Charts progress, maintains clinical records, and ensures implementation of treatment and discharge plans. Monitors and follows up on family needs, does re-assessments as required or as needed, and submits weekly and monthly service reports. Coordinates services as necessary working in collaboration with various State, Federal and other service partners included in NOAH. Services are provided according to all licensure, state and federal laws, and NOAH policies and procedures.

    + Provides family centered outpatient clinical services to families. Provides intervention in the office, or other locations as determined by treatment plan. Performs client admissions for new and/or returning clients. Develops an assessment of the family utilizing input from family as well as observation. Works with the client and family to develop and implement a treatment plan. Provides clinical services including individual, family and group counseling. Able to effectively and insightfully address a variety of complex issues related to individual, families, and socio-cultural variables. Utilizes professional resources as appropriate (e.g., case conferences, consultants, ongoing supervision and relevant literature). Tracks progress of treatment plan and updates as needed. Advocates on behalf of families as needed. Stays abreast of, and utilizes community resources. Initiates discharging planning as necessary.

    + Participates in a team management approach to patient care/treatment; work with NOAH team to coordinate services that meet the goals and objectives of the NOAH program. Maintains appropriate clinical documentation in a timely manner. Maintains quality care through participation in peer review, policy development and quality improvement programs.

    + Participates in continuing education to maintain professional standards. Participates in Performance improvement activities, supports membership in professional organizations.

    Qualifications

    EducationMaster's Degree in social work, counseling or other behavioral health related field RequiredExperience1 year related experience Required Licenses and CertificationsFingerprint Clearance Card - State Have a current Fingerprint Clearance card, or within seven (7) working days after employment shall apply and be eligible for a Fingerprint Clearance Card (NOAH Clinical Sites and Pediatric Behavioral Health Sites ONLY) Required

    Other Must have one Current Licensure: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) or LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor).

    Required


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • COUNSELOR -BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NOAH Desert Mission
    HonorHealth    PHOENIX, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Overview

    HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation and community services with approximately 12,300 employees, 3,700 affiliated physicians and 3,100 volunteers.

    Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) is looking for talented healthcare team members to step into our culturally diverse health centers! NOAH is a federally qualified healthcare center (section 330 grantee) that provides affordable, high-quality outpatient healthcare services to Maricopa County. Our integrated model of care places patients’ needs at the center of attention as we deliver comprehensive health services including medical, dental, psychiatry, counseling, nutrition, prenatal care, preventive health, eligibility assistance and health education programs. With 9 healthcare centers throughout Maricopa County, we are a premier source for high quality healthcare.

    HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Job SummaryThe COUNSELOR- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (NOAH) is responsible for providing outpatient counseling services to clients and their families. Responsible for intakes, assessment, treatment and discharge planning, individual, family and group counseling, and family support services. Charts progress, maintains clinical records, and ensures implementation of treatment and discharge plans. Monitors and follows up on family needs, does re-assessments as required or as needed, and submits weekly and monthly service reports. Coordinates services as necessary working in collaboration with various State, Federal and other service partners included in NOAH. Services are provided according to all licensure, state and federal laws, and NOAH policies and procedures.

    + Provides family centered outpatient clinical services to families. Provides intervention in the office, or other locations as determined by treatment plan. Performs client admissions for new and/or returning clients. Develops an assessment of the family utilizing input from family as well as observation. Works with the client and family to develop and implement a treatment plan. Provides clinical services including individual, family and group counseling. Able to effectively and insightfully address a variety of complex issues related to individual, families, and socio-cultural variables. Utilizes professional resources as appropriate (e.g., case conferences, consultants, ongoing supervision and relevant literature). Tracks progress of treatment plan and updates as needed. Advocates on behalf of families as needed. Stays abreast of, and utilizes community resources. Initiates discharging planning as necessary.

    + Participates in a team management approach to patient care/treatment; work with NOAH team to coordinate services that meet the goals and objectives of the NOAH program. Maintains appropriate clinical documentation in a timely manner. Maintains quality care through participation in peer review, policy development and quality improvement programs.

    + Participates in continuing education to maintain professional standards. Participates in Performance improvement activities, supports membership in professional organizations.

    Qualifications

    EducationMaster's Degree in social work, counseling or other behavioral health related field RequiredExperience1 year related experience Required Licenses and CertificationsFingerprint Clearance Card - State Have a current Fingerprint Clearance card, or within seven (7) working days after employment shall apply and be eligible for a Fingerprint Clearance Card (NOAH Clinical Sites and Pediatric Behavioral Health Sites ONLY) Required

    Other Must have one Current Licensure: LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) or LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor).

    Required


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Admissions Counselor- Traditional Ground Campus
    Grand Canyon Education    Phoenix, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Admissions Counselor- Traditional Ground Campus

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    Job Description

    Admissions Counselor- Traditional Ground Campus

    Join us at Grand Canyon Education and begin your career helping Grand Canyon University-Traditional Ground Campus students succeed! We are looking for a motivated Admissions Counselor to recruit students primarily through phone and email contact, and occasionally in person, in this unique campus-based opportunity. Starting salary is $40,000 per year with a tenure-based compensation plan that allows you to increase your earning potential upon the completion of each year-long recruitment cycle.

    Who you are:

    You find fulfillment in serving others and are passionate about the power of education. You’ve demonstrated success as a team player who thrives in a phone-based environment, is adaptable to change, and does everything intentionally.

    You know it’s not all about achieving (and often crushing!) your goals. While that does get you excited, what you really thrive on is making a positive impact on the world by helping high school students make one of the most important decisions in their lives through a quality education and community at Grand Canyon University’s campus in Phoenix, AZ.

    Now is the time to bring your talents to Grand Canyon Education, where you’ll have the opportunity to connect with potential students and families across your assigned territory (that is outside of Arizona) and play an integral role in helping Grand Canyon University students find their purpose from application through their first few weeks on campus. Here’s a taste of how you’ll make your mark as Admissions Counselor with us.

    As an Admissions Counselor, every counselor:

    + Has a servant’s heart. You’ll reach your assigned territory through developing and implementing a phone campaign strategy that builds awareness of our academic programs and campus community and drive inquiry generation. Through a variety of mediums, you will use your passion for serving others to provide exceptional counseling to prospective students and their families. Whether over the phone, via email, text, Zoom or occasionally in person when you travel out to your territory, you will champion the GCE mission, promoting Grand Canyon University student success and institutional growth.

    + Hustles. You’ll be busy using your unique ability to make connections over the phone with high school students, teachers and staff in your territory. Not only will you travel to your territory on occasion to host fairs, school visits and presentations you’ll get to see other parts of the United States when your support is needed in other territories to cover events/activities.

    + Bleeds purple. You’ll take pride in being the voice of Grand Canyon University in your territory and will not only promote our transformation, but you will get to be a part of it.

    + Is purposeful. This is a campus-based role with ambitious targets! Working independently, you’ll be using your out-of-the-box critical thinking skills to support prospective Grand Canyon University campus students and families through the admissions process, guiding them on the right path towards a successful campus experience.

    The role might be right for you if you have:

    + A bachelor’s degree.

    + Outstanding time management and organization skills. In this role, you’ll be wearing many hats, so you’ll need to show that not only have you honed your time management skills, you also know how to organize and prioritize competing priorities even while travelling on occasion.

    + Clear communication and engaging presentation skills. You can explain just about anything to anyone and you’re comfortable communicating on the phone, in writing and sometimes in person. You are confident and can engage any audience no matter if you are presenting over the phone, through Zoom or in person. You’ll also need to have well developed listening skills.

    + Self-motivation and drive to succeed. You volunteer for new challenges without waiting to be asked and love to go above and beyond what’s expected. You’re going to take ownership of the time you spend with Grand Canyon University students and truly make a difference.

    + High emotional intelligence. In this role, you’ll be coaching a diverse range of Grand Canyon University students and families, each with unique circumstances. You’ll also have relationships with school districts and their staff to develop and nurture. Ability to demonstrate empathy is key to success in this role.

    + A valid driver's license, reliable transportation, a flexible schedule and is willing to travel about 25% of the time. Since this role requires occasional travel to your territory and other territories throughout the United States, you’ll need a clean driving record and be willing to travel by car or plane. Sometimes the travel may require overnight stays and it might require evening and/or weekend availability.

    + Computer literacy. We rely on a number of digital tools to help you execute your work and keep you accountable. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is required.

    Bonus points if you have:

    + Attended Grand Canyon University on campus and as an Alumni, can share your experience with prospective students.

    + Relevant industry related professional experience.

    + Experience working with CRM tools.

    What we’ll offer in return:

    + A career where your work makes a difference.

    + A stable income with a good salary.

    + Opportunity to promote into a University Admissions Counselor role after successfully completing six months of employment.

    + Ongoing professional development and growth.

    + Outstanding benefits and work perks.

    + Collaborative and supportive work environment. ...and more!

    At Grand Canyon Education, it is our privilege to serve students and those who support academic advancement. We lead educational transformation by developing superior ways to help schools grow and prosper. We provide transparent programs, intuitive online learning technologies and well-established academic models that promote student success and institutional growth.

    Employment is contingent upon the satisfactory outcome (as determined by the university) of pre-employment screening activities, including a background check.

    For assistance with your job application please use our External Candidate Job Application Guide (http://app.box.com/s/20b1kabuco6ywqnzixx9t3vh8jklra3q) .

    All staff candidates will be asked to review GCE’s staff (http://app.box.com/s/9svbypi44v46d8au9bp2q5v74l3vuekx) expectations as part of the application process.

    Our partner in education, Grand Canyon University, is Arizona’s premier private Christian university. GCU serves traditional and online students by offering quality academic degree programs, experienced leadership and transformative learning experiences both on our growing campus and digitally.

    Posted Today

    Full time

    R000031287

    Application Instructions

    Please click on the link below to apply for this position. A new window will open and direct you to apply at our corporate careers page. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Apply Online (https://gcu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/GCE/job/AZ-Phoenix/Admissions-Counselor--Traditional-Ground-Campus\_R000031287/apply)

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    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Assistant Dean - College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Grand Canyon University    Phoenix, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Assistant Dean - College of Humanities and Social Sciences

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    Job Description

    Shape the bright futures of Grand Canyon University students as an Assistant Dean of Behavioral Health for the traditional ground campus in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, which provides a job focused education. The college features a variety of programs from counseling and psychology to justice studies, history and English literature.

    Responsible for assisting the office of the Dean in managing both academic and operational aspects for the college. This position works directly with faculty, department chairs, and other college leadership in a variety of programs included but not limited to undergraduate and graduate disciplines in Communications, English, Government, History, Justice Studies, Mathematics, Professional Writing, and Spanish. Activities and outcomes focus on creating a learning atmosphere and collegiate community in which program objectives are mastered by participating students, faculty focus is on quality instruction and student success, and operational processes are utilized that support growth and efficiency.

    Responsibilities:

    + Responsible for supervision, development, performance assessment, and management of full-time faculty, adjunct faculty and staff associated with the undergraduate and graduate programs included but not limited to Communications, English, Government, History, Justice Studies, Mathematics, Professional Writing, Spanish and related fields.

    + Responsible for recruiting, interviewing, hiring, staffing, and managing full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, instructional assistants, and staff.

    + Responsible for addressing and resolving student and faculty issues.

    + Provide oversight of the academic life cycle, including planning, developing and implementing new programs, curriculum, quality instruction, programmatic and general education assessment.

    + Develop and support external partnerships and communities with industry leaders that promote and support the college.

    + Assist the Dean in budget development, fiscal monitoring and other related administrative activities as they relate the college holistically.

    + Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    + Doctoral degree in disciplines of the college.

    + Minimum of 3 or more year’s community college or university administrative experience that included supervision of direct reports preferred.

    + Full-time teaching experience in a ground or online modality in either a community college or university setting.

    + Knowledge of professional practices in disciplines that are granted degrees in the college; knowledge of differences between undergraduate and graduate education and training and practicums required in both.

    + Strong analytical skills including ability to think synthetically and analytically with the ability to communicate complicated information in a comprehensible manner.

    + Strong and effective oral and written communication skills with ability to articulate university’s and school’s mission and strategic goals and objectives.

    + Demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior congruent with GCU’s pillars and mission with a commitment to Christian ideals and philosophy.

    + Ability to develop collaborative and cooperative relationships with committees, colleagues, faculty and administration.

    + Ability to supervise staff initiate hiring and retention and effectively coach, counsel, evaluate and recognize staff.

    + Ability to lead diverse group of employees and set direction for ongoing growth and academic excellence.

    + Effectively manage conflict, resolve personnel programs and enforce policy and ethical principles and protect confidentiality of all employees.

    + Possess an ability to imagine a future for the College in a way that promotes excellence and enhances flexibility to adapt to changing conditions.

    + Possess an entrepreneurial spirit that will generate and apply resources in ways that help realize the priorities of the College and University.

    + Proficiency with MS Office Suite, databases, and routine office software (email, internet, etc.)

    + Must pass pre-employment background investigation.

    + Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University’s Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.

    GCU's Christian worldview has shaped the university's mission and growth for more than 65 years. As a Christ-centered higher education institution, GCU integrates faith, learning and work to connect the GCU community with distinct Christian principles and strong central values. The University values diversity among its students, faculty and staff, and invites applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities and veterans. At GCU, working professionals may find their purpose in ways marked by compassion, service, integrity and concern for the common good.

    Employment is contingent upon the satisfactory outcome (as determined by the university) of pre-employment screening activities, including a background check.

    For assistance with your job application please use our External Candidate Job Application Guide (http://app.box.com/s/82wd2up53abu9gs2vvllwb18ndcq8cqg) .

    All staff and faculty candidates will be asked to review GCU’s staff (http://files.gcu.edu/346868/staffexp.pdf) or faculty (http://files.gcu.edu/346868/facultyexp.pdf) expectations as part of the application process.

    If you’re looking for jobs in admissions/enrollment, accounting, curriculum development, financial aid, human resources, information technology, marketing or other student service-related jobs at Grand Canyon Education, Inc. Visit our partner’s site at jobs.gce.com for more information.

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    R000031234

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  • Registrar Tempe
    CommonSpirit Health    Mesa, AZ 85213
     Posted about 10 hours    

    **Overview**

    At Dignity Health’s Arizona General Hospital, we deliver humankindness through a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. As part of our team, you will provide clinical expertise, support, and oversight that helps ensure our patients receive exceptional care. Also, you will have the opportunity to champion the change by joining in our mission of healing through humankindness.

    **Responsibilities**

    **Position Summary:**

    Obtains moderately complex financial information regarding patients from various sources to obtain payment plan agreements and Medicare coverage.

    **Qualifications**

    **Minimum Qualifications:**

    + High school diploma or GED

    + One (1) year of relevant experience.

    + Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification through the American Heart Association (AHA)

    **Preferred Qualifications:**

    + Two (2) years of face to face customer service in a hospital environment

    **Connect With Us!**

    Not ready to apply, or can't find a relevant opportunity?

    Join one of our Talent Communities (https://careers-commonspirit.icims.com/connect?back=intro&in\_iframe=1&hashed=-435626305) to learn more about a career at CommonSpirit Health and experience #humankindness.

    CommonSpirit Health participates in E-verify.

    **Requisition ID** _2021-164624_

    **Employment Type** _Full Time_

    **Department** _Nursing Float Personnel_

    **Hours / Pay Period** _76_

    **Shift** _Day_

    **Standard Hours** _0700-1900 rotating weekends_

    **Facility / Process Level : Name** _Arizona General Hospital - Mesa_

    **Location** _AZ-Mesa_

    Equal Opportunity
    CommonSpirit Health™ is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, parental status, ancestry, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Registrar Ahwatukee
    CommonSpirit Health    Mesa, AZ 85213
     Posted about 10 hours    

    **Overview**

    At Dignity Health’s Arizona General Hospital, we deliver humankindness through a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. As part of our team, you will provide clinical expertise, support, and oversight that helps ensure our patients receive exceptional care. Also, you will have the opportunity to champion the change by joining in our mission of healing through humankindness.

    **Responsibilities**

    **Position Summary:**

    Obtains moderately complex financial information regarding patients from various sources to obtain payment plan agreements and Medicare coverage.

    **Qualifications**

    **Minimum Qualifications:**

    + High school diploma or GED

    + One (1) year of relevant experience.

    + Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification through the American Heart Association (AHA)

    **Preferred Qualifications:**

    + Two (2) years of face to face customer service in a hospital environment

    **Connect With Us!**

    Not ready to apply, or can't find a relevant opportunity?

    Join one of our Talent Communities (https://careers-commonspirit.icims.com/connect?back=intro&in\_iframe=1&hashed=-435626305) to learn more about a career at CommonSpirit Health and experience #humankindness.

    CommonSpirit Health participates in E-verify.

    **Requisition ID** _2021-164625_

    **Employment Type** _Full Time_

    **Department** _Nursing Float Personnel_

    **Hours / Pay Period** _76_

    **Shift** _Day_

    **Standard Hours** _0700-1900 Rotating weekends_

    **Facility / Process Level : Name** _Arizona General Hospital - Mesa_

    **Location** _AZ-Mesa_

    Equal Opportunity
    CommonSpirit Health™ is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, parental status, ancestry, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Employment Type

    Full Time

  • Clinical Coordinator/Counselor
    Child and Family Support Services, Inc.    Phoenix, AZ 85067
     Posted about 10 hours    

    Child & Family Support Services (CFSS) is accepting applications for a Clinical Coordinator/Counselor in Maricopa County for the young adult population.

    The Clinical Coordinator/Counselor will be the primary point of contact and will provide comprehensive care to address the presenting behavioral health needs. We specialize in partnering with young adults/families to build effective relationships and to inspire hope for a positive future. This is a not supervisory position, and involves working directly with young adults and families. Majority of time is spent in homes and the community rather than in an office setting. This position will also participate on a on call rotation.

    + A passion for supporting young people with behavioral health challenges to maximize their potential through mentoring, role-modeling, coaching and other individually-tailored interventions.

    + Providing ongoing case management (coordinating substance use and behavioral health services, medical care, education, placement, finances, and socialization services) to young people and families with intense/complex needs.

    + Collaborating with young people, family, team members to create support plans that accurately capture the strengths, needs and culture of the family.

    + FacilitatingAdult Family Team meetings (establishing an agenda, setting and maintaining a strength based meeting environment, staying within timeframes, giving all team participants the opportunity to contribute, holding people accountable for their commitments and the ability to assist a team in developing a consensus) for young people and families.

    + Assisting young people and families in securing needed community resources and linkages to other services.Helping families to identify natural and informal supports.

    + Interacting professionally with other stakeholders Division of Child Safety (DCS), Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), juvenile probation, Direct Service Providers (DSP), etc.)

    + Other duties as assigned

    + Related Master’s degree/licensure preferred.

    Compensation: DOE

    We offer a full benefits package to all full-time employees; including medical, dental, life, disability, vision, 401k, paid time off, paid holidays, cell phone stipend, and mileage reimbursement.

    Child & Family Support Services was founded in 2003 under the premise that the best environment for children and young adults is with their families and in their own communities. We have committed ourselves to developing in-home and community support that is unique and individualized. Direct support refers to support services such as mentoring, role-modeling, behavior coaching, living skills training, personal care, and family support tailored to the strengths and needs of the families we serve. We specialize in partnering with families to build effective relationships and to inspire hope for a positive future.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Job ID: 2021-1481

    Street: 10439 S 51st Street, Suite 100


    Employment Type

    Full Time


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