Join our team.

Be a part of supporting student health and wellness at OSU! Take a look at the different job opportunities that are available below.

CADC Professional Service Contract

Student Health Services

Oregon State University Student Health Services is seeking to contract with a Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor I through a grant funded period of two years.

This is an excellent opportunity for a CADC I looking to receive clinical supervision and increase their clinical experience.

This contract position is funded at $25 per hour, 19-22 hours per week (flexible within SHS hours of operation) for three academic terms per year.

Minimum qualifications include
  • A valid and ongoing CADC I certification in the state of Oregon
  • Demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity
  • Maintaining ones own professional liability insurance coverage in the amount of $1,000,000/5,000,000 aggregate
  • Successfully completing a Criminal History Check and be determined to be position-qualified as per University Policy 05-030 et seq. (applicants are required to self-report convictions).

At OSU SHS our mission is to lead, support and promote the optimal health and well-being of all Oregon State University students and the campus community. We:

    • Provide holistic and comprehensive care, education and support
    • Create safe, healthy and supportive learning and living environments
    • Sustain academic, personal and social success
    • Build competencies to support life-long health and wellness
    • Lead public health policy, initiatives and response
    • Continually assess and improve our programs and services to best serve students ever-changing needs
    • Embrace diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our practice
Agency Description

Please visit our "About SHS" section to learn more about who we are.

Required Credentials

Minimum of a CADC I at time of application.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience working with college students and transitional-age youth around substance use harm reduction and early recovery goals.

How to Apply

Please email Jay VanDenBogaard and attach:

  1. CV or professional resume
  2. Three professional references
  3. Copy of CADC I certification
  4. Copy of professional liability insurance or explanation of intent to obtain prior to hire
More Information

Please visit the ACCBO jobs page to view more details about this posting.

Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) Graduate Assistant

Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services

Position open until filled for 2018-2019

For full consideration, please submit your application by April 16 at 5 p.m.

(.49 FTE = 19 hours/week)

The Division of Student Affairs at Oregon State University established a Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) in the fall of 2013. The CRC seeks to provide students in recovery from alcohol and drugs with support and services to enhance their success at OSU. The CRC GA assists the Prevention and Wellness team in program administration and assisting members of the community.

Responsibilities Include
  • Provide CRC office hours and respond to inquiries about the CRC
  • Facilitate meetings with students in recovery
  • Plan and expand programmatic support for students involved in program
  • Develop marketing materials and conduct community outreach
  • Liaise with OSU departments (i.e., University Housing & Dining Services, Counseling & Psychological Services, New Student Programs, Admissions, Alumni, and others) to build CRC capacity and sustainability
  • Research, implement, and assess new initiatives to support students in recovery and decrease stigma related to recovery
  • Network with local support groups, treatment programs, and other agencies that provide addiction and recovery services
  • Assist with day-to-day operations including budget, program staff, and student needs
  • Support the Prevention and Wellness team as needed
Dates of Service & Compensation

This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018; appointment will run through June 2019.

This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service. Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university at time of employment
  • Accepted into an OSU graduate program
  • Understanding of addiction and recovery
  • Ability to work effectively and compassionately with individuals who have been affected by addiction
  • Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Basic understanding of program facilitation, building, and facilitation
  • High level of comfort presenting to groups as well as working in a one-to-one environment
  • Ability to work afternoons and evenings on a regular schedule
  • Ability to work on program development & assessment
  • Understanding of the role of confidentiality and the importance of confidentiality within a health services environment

Successful applicants must pass a criminal background check and review of student conduct records.

How to Apply

Be prepared to submit:

  1. A cover letter
  2. A current resume/CV
  3. Name and contact information for three references
  4. Short answers to the following question(s):

Please speak to your approach and/or experience when working with individuals in recovery or those looking to abstain from substance use.  

Disclaimer: You do not have to disclose personal experience or recovery status.

Click here to apply

IMPACT Program Instructor Graduate Assistant

Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services

Position open until filled for 2018-2019

For full consideration, please submit your application by April 16 at 5 p.m.

(.49 FTE = 19 hours/week)

The IMPACT program seeks to provide students with education and feedback about their alcohol and other drug use. 

The IMPACT instructor is responsible for working with students both individually and in group formats to deliver educational interventions. 

Students participate by self-referral, being mandated by Student Conduct/University Housing and Dining Services, through the diversion program offered by city and county judicial services/court, or as a participant in an outreach program.

In addition, the IMPACT instructor will engage in program evaluation, research, and be an active part of the Prevention and Wellness department at Student Health Services.

Responsibilities Include
  • Instruct the IMPACT classes as well as one-on-one meetings with students
  • Complete paperwork for students by communicating with city and county judicial services/courts, OSU’s Department of Residential Life, the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards, or other referral agents
  • Engage in education outreach and workshop programs, research activities, program evaluation, and other duties as requested
  • Support Prevention and Wellness staff as needed 
Dates of Service & Compensation

This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018; appointment will run through June 2019.

This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service. 

Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Accepted into an OSU graduate program
  • Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • High level of comfort presenting to groups as well as working in a one-to-one environment
  • Ability to work afternoons and evenings on a regular schedule
  • Ability to conduct research and work on program development
  • Understanding the role of confidentiality and the importance of confidentiality within a health services environment 
Preferred Qualifications

Demonstrated, relevant work experience as it relates to the minimum qualifications above

How to Apply 

Be prepared to submit: 

  1. A cover letter
  2. A current resume/CV
  3. Short answers to the following questions: 

    Please speak to your experience and theoretical approach when facilitating groups and one-on-one sessions with students.

  4. Name and contact information for three references

Successful applicants must pass a criminal background check and review of student conduct records.

Click here to apply

Sexual Health Graduate Assistant

Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services

Position open until filled for 2018-2019

For full consideration, please submit your application by April 16 at 5 p.m.

(.49 FTE = 19 hours/week)

The Sexual Health Graduate Assistant will provide support to the Prevention and Wellness team at Student Health Services.

This position primarily focuses on maintaining the Safer Sex Spots across campus and the development and presentation of sexual health programming throughout the academic year.

In addition, the Sexual Health Graduate Assistant will engage in program evaluation, research and will be an active part of the Prevention and Wellness department.

Responsibilities Include
  • Create and present sexual health programming in the form of workshops, training and other education
  • Assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of theory-based and evidence- informed health promotion strategies, policies, programs, and services
  • Maintain Safer Sex Spots condom distribution program, including stocking and filling distribution orders, following through on communication with campus partners, creating collaborative content with campus partners, and training Wellness Agents
  • Provide support and training around sexual health programming for peer wellness leaders
  • Assist with the coordination of existing health promotion initiatives as assigned, including sexual health, sexual violence and general wellness programs
  • Conduct literature reviews and benchmarking on a variety of health-related topics, pursuant to the needs of the department. Specific topics will likely include sexual health, healthy sexuality promotion, and primary prevention of sexual violence topics
  • Support the development, facilitation and evaluation of educational programs and workshops, primarily on sexual health, but also including other wellness topics
  • Collaborates with other Prevention and Wellness staff on the development of term and end-of-year reports and/or presentations, specifically the Safer Sex Spots program
  • Represents Prevention and Wellness and Student Health Services in a variety of capacities, including outreach and through the campus committees
  • Supports the Prevention and Wellness staff as needed
Dates of Service & Compensation

This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018; appointment will run through June 2019.

This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service. Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Accepted into an OSU graduate program
  • Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • High level of comfort presenting to groups as well as working in a one-to-one environment
  • Ability to work afternoons and evenings on a regular schedule
  • Ability to conduct research and work on program development

Preferred Qualifications

Demonstrated, relevant work experience as it relates to the minimum qualifications above

How to Apply

Be prepared to submit:

  1. A cover letter
  2. A current resume/CV
  3. Name and contact information for three references
  4. Short answers to the following question:

Please describe your experience teaching in both group and 1:1 settings.

 
Successful applicants must pass a criminal background check and review of student conduct records.

Click here to apply

Violence Prevention Graduate Assistant

Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services

Position open until filled for 2018-2019

For full consideration, please submit your application by April 16 at 5 p.m.

(.49 FTE=19 hours/week)

The Violence Prevention Graduate Assistant will provide support to the Prevention and Wellness team at Student Health Services, and will contribute to the University’s Comprehensive Violence Prevention Plan, which aims to prevent sexual assault, interpersonal violence, dating and domestic violence, stalking, harassment, hazing, and other forms of violence.

Responsibilities include
  • Conducting literature reviews, gathering information, and benchmarking other institutions regarding best practices and innovations in violence prevention

  • Assisting with updates to prevention curricula and presentation materials, as well as the creation and development of new violence prevention curricula and presentation materials

  • Delivering prevention workshops to various groups on campus

  • Supporting violence prevention assessment efforts

  • Working collaboratively with campus partners on prevention and awareness initiatives

  • Work with the Student Health Services Marketing Team on the development of violence prevention materials and messages

  • Assisting with scheduling and data entry for prevention workshops and outreach events

  • Supporting the Violence Prevention Team; the Wellness Agents program; Student Health Service and the Prevention and Wellness team; and the Prevention and Advocacy Coalition

  • Serve on violence prevention coalitions on campus

  • Aid in evaluating outcomes and metrics of current workshops and other curriculum

  • Conduct needs assessments of campus communities as assigned

  • Assist in the training of workshop co-facilitators

  • Other duties as assigned

Dates of Service and Compensation

 

This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018; appointment will run through June 2019.

This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service. Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.

Minimum/Required Qualifications 
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Accepted into an OSU graduate program
  • Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Comfortable speaking in front of large crowds
  • Able to maintain composure in the face of opposing viewpoints
  • Knowledge regarding the dynamics of sexual violence and other forms of violence, social justice issues and primary prevention of violence among college students
  • Demonstrated interest in sexual assault prevention, survivor support and advocating for social change
  • General knowledge of current events related to sexual violence, hazing, and other forms of violence
  • Ability to act as a mandatory reporter
  • High level interest in building campus partnerships
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Willingness and availability to work afternoons and evenings on a regular basis and weekends occasionally
  • Commitment to inclusivity, diversity, and intersectionality
  • Demonstrated commitment of support for survivors of violence
Preferred Qualifications 
  • General knowledge of the impacts violence has on campus communities
  • Comfortable discussing issues related to sexual violence and other forms of violence.The following topics are included in the scope of violence prevention work:
    • Sexual assault
    • Dating/domestic/intimate partner violence
    • Stalking
    • Sexual harassment
    • Bullying
    • Hazing
    • Healthy relationships
    • Sexual consent
    • Rape myths
    • Victim blame
    • Gender socialization
    • Bystander intervention
    • Etc.
  • Experience delivering workshops and programs to different groups of students
  • Experience with assessment and program evaluation
  • Experience with Qualtrics and/or SPSS
  • Successful applicants must pass a criminal background check and review of student conduct records.
How to Apply

Be prepared to submit:

  1. A cover letter
  2. A current resume/CV
  3. Name and contact information for three professional references
  4. Short answers to the following questions: 
    • Please share with us why you are interested in the Violence Prevention Graduate Assistant position.
    • Please explain the importance of intersectionality in the field of violence prevention.
    • What purpose does hazing serve on a college campus and how might it be prevented?
    • What strategies do you think are effective in preventing sexual violence on college campuses?

Click here to apply

Peer Wellness Graduate Teaching Assistantship (2018-2019)

Prevention and Wellness | Student Health Services

.49 FTE = 19 hours/week

The position is open until filled.

For full consideration apply by April 30 at 5pm

General description:

Wellness Agents is a peer health initiative designed to support student success, health and well-being through comprehensive, high-impact programming. The Wellness Agents program is grounded in the belief that high quality peer programs foster healthy behaviors, student engagement and success, and overall inclusivity through education, environmental change and advocacy. The Wellness Agents GTA assists in program oversight, including supporting 30 peer leaders, program development, student training, programming, data management, and evaluation. This individual will collaborate with campus partners and other important stakeholders to support the program. In addition, the individual will engage in research, program coordination, and be an active part of the SHS Prevention and Wellness Team. This position reports to the Peer Wellness Specialist.

Responsibilities include:
  • Coordinate, mentor and provide opportunities for student peer leaders through Wellness Agents program
  • Assist in program implementation of peer programs in alcohol prevention, sexual health, nutrition, violence prevention and other important college health topics
  • Assist in development and planning for campus health events
  • Identify leadership opportunities with peer leaders
  • Support strategic planning, program development and program improvement
  • Liaise with OSU departments including but not limited to Recreational Sports, the College of Public Health and Human Services, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), New Student Programs, Diversity and Cultural Engagement, and other units within The Division of Student Affairs
  • Train and provide ongoing support and mentorship for up to 20 peer leaders
  • Improve training, programmatic and coordination procedures
  • Work with offices that support ancillary peer programs (University Housing and Dining Services, Intercollegiate Athletics, INTO OSU)
  • Assist in the development of peer leader certification process
  • Facilitate general wellness and nutrition workshops to fraternities, sororities, student organizations, classes, and other groups.
  • Engage in other educational outreach programs, research activities, program evaluation, and other duties as requested
Dates of service and compensation:

This graduate assistantship is being awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning September 2018 – June 2019. This is a full-time graduate assistantship that requires 19 hours per week of service. This graduate assistantship requires being part of a Student Health Services in-service and additional training that will take place the week before classes begin in the Fall of 2018. Compensation includes tuition remission, health benefits and a monthly stipend.

Minimum qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Accepted into an OSU graduate program.
  • Demonstrated strong communication and organizational skills.
  • High level of comfort presenting to groups as well as working in a one-to-one environment.
Preferred qualifications:
  • General understanding of health and wellness topics among college students.
  • General understanding of public health and community health strategies.
  • Background knowledge in adult learning theories, leadership development and training practices.
  • Interest in health and education equity.
  • Experience coordinating volunteers, groups and/or events.
How to apply:

Be prepared to submit:

  1. A cover letter
  2. A current resume/CV
  3. Short answers to the following questions:
    • How do you work with people from different communities or backgrounds? What is most important in supporting the health of diverse communities on campus?
    • How do you support student leaders in planning and implementing peer health initiatives? What should be taken into consideration in this process?

Click here to apply

Equal Opportunity

OSU is committed to a culture of civility, respect, and inclusivity.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, OSU values diversity in our faculty and staff regardless of their self-identity.

To that end, we particularly encourage applications from:

  • Members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups
  • Individuals with disabilities
  • Veterans
  • Women
  • LGBTQ community members
  • And others who share our vision of an inclusive community.