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Description: The Center for Care & Resilience (CCR) within the Division of Student Life invites applications for the position of Assistant Director of Crisis and Intake Services. This critical member of the CCR leadership team is responsible for leading a multi-disciplinary team of clinical providers and support staff to provide intake and crisis mental health services in a manner that ensures quality, effective care that aligns to professional and ethical practices.

The Center for Care & Resilience (CCR) partners with students in need of support, guidance, or other intervention and connect them with the resources they need to be successful. Students, faculty, staff, visitors, family, and/or other community members can identify and request support for students in need.

The CCR provides strengths-based, inclusive, holistic support, consultation, and education to members of the UT community. CCR works to promote individual students’ well-being and success and encourages wellness and personal safety.

The Position: The Assistant Director of Crisis and Intake Services provides administrative and clinical staff supervision and oversight of the day-to-day operations of mental health crisis and intake services. Additionally, the position assists the Director with the leadership, management, and strategic direction of the crisis and intake services, particularly establishment of policies, procedures, goals, initiatives, methods of assessment, and strategic plan related to the provision of clinical services.

This is primarily Monday-Friday, 1st shift position with no/very limited on-call responsiblities.

Full Time

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville