$ 78000

Counselor (part-time position)

United states, Canton
9 months ago
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St. Lawrence University
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Primary Responsibilities St. Lawrence University invites applications for a Counselor position. The Counselor serves as a member of the Health and Counseling Center team providing services to the students at St. Lawrence University. This position is on-site and provides in-person services in an integrated health and counseling center. Counselors by rotation provide after hours, on-call services. This ten-month position is part-time, 3 days per week, and includes participation in the on-call rot...Read more

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