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The Student Health and Well-being (SHW) cluster of the UC San Diego Health System plays a leadership role in creating a strong and active wellness culture at UC San Diego that enables all students to flourish in body, mind and spirit. This includes promotion and the expansion/development of a student health and well-being center, and the transformation of existing departments under the oversight of the Executive Director into a cohesive, multi-disciplinary source of integrated wellness services. The SHW cluster includes the departments of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Health Promotion Services (HPS), Student Health Services (SHS) and SHW Administration.
Health Promotion Services (HPS) is responsible for campus-wide education, outreach and prevention efforts on a variety of health topics. SHW uses a public health model in conceptualizing the delivery of programs and services. HPS provides services related to alcohol and other drugs (AOD), physical activity, nutrition, smoking cessation, sleep, stress, sexual health, emotional intelligence and mental health topics among others. HPS utilizes peer educators, peer coaching, marketing and a variety of campus wide campaigns to impact the students on a population basis. Other programs are targeted to groups of students at higher risk on selected well-being topics. Limited direct services are available such as clinical nutrition and AOD educational groups.
The Collegiate Recovery Coordinator contributes to student success/student well-being by planning, coordinating, and implementing high quality, recovery supportive programming for students engaged in the Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). Programs include, but are not limited to, peer recovery support, service opportunities, sober social activities, and academic success. Through these efforts, this position will contribute to the continued development of students. In addition to serving students in recovery, the Collegiate Recovery Coordinator will provide resources and materials to friends and family members of persons in or seeking recovery. The Recovery Coordinator will educate the campus community about recovery and be the primary point of contact for the students in the Collegiate Recovery Program community.
Seven (7) years of related experience, education/training, OR a Bachelor's degree in related area plus three (3) years of related experience/training.
At least three (3) years of experience in addiction and recovery support. Preferable five (5) years.
Thorough knowledge of the health promotion and education field.
Knowledge of issues specific to young adults in recovery. Experience in a college setting. Experience with event planning, program development, coordination and evaluation.
Thorough knowledge of the design and delivery of related programs.
Skills associated with both the development and delivery of health education programs and services.
Effective interpersonal skills to interact effectively with diverse client groups. Cultural competency in working with diverse populations including excellent communication skills and advocacy skills.
Experience and competency with standard business equipment, computer technologies and a variety of software including system and networking software, Microsoft Office suite, email and a variety of web-based programs and browsers, with the willingness and ability to update and increase skills as needed to meet the goals of the unit and the division.
Master's Degree with specialty training in Addictions or equivalent training and experience.
Substance use related license or specialty or background with addictions and recovery. (MFT, LCSW, CADC, CSAC, Master's of Addiction, etc.).
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs such as occasional evenings and weekends.
Ability to telecommute for work, if/when needed and operationally feasible, as determined by department.
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