Niagara University
  • Niagara University, NY, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

All newly hired employees must provide proof of the COVID-19 vaccination or submit their request for an exemption on religious or medical grounds within seven (7) calendar days from their employment start date.

Niagara University is a liberal arts university, steeped in the Vincentian and Catholic traditions, with a total enrollment of nearly 4,300 students. Located just a few miles away from one of the world's premier tourism destinations, Niagara Falls, the university occupies a lovely campus overlooking the Niagara River gorge. Its close proximity to major cultural and business centers in Niagara Falls, Buffalo, and Toronto as well as the award-winning Niagara Wine Trail and several nearby cultural destinations make Niagara University an ideal place to work and live. If you'd like to know more, be sure to check out all of the NU Facts.


  1. Identification and establishment of appropriate placements for clinical mental health counseling and school counseling candidates, including activities to cultivate and maintain relationships with new and existing candidate supervisors and agency/organization/school personnel.
  2. Maintenance of all contracts for clinical placements within the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling programs. Each contract involves one to one and a half hour meetings to facilitate a thorough understanding of the relevant discipline's certification and programs requirements, as well as contractual agreement to provide such.
  3. Maintenance of the electronic candidate evaluation platform used by the university and field sites to facilitate the paperless evaluation of candidate performance. This function includes the input of sites into the platform, release of evaluations, and review of candidate performance feedback.
  4. Introduction of the clinical process in first-year courses to explain the field placement process, expectations, and responsibilities.
  5. Conduct on-site or remote evaluation conferences with candidates and supervisors, as mandated by accreditors, at the end of each semester.
  6. Develop and monitor candidate remediation plans stemming from field placement feedback indicating a need for candidate improvement.
  7. Track submission of candidate field logs and related timesheets via the university's online platform to ensure consistency with accreditation and program requirements.
  8. Regularly disseminate candidate performance feedback and other information related to candidate field performance to program faculty.
  9. Collaborate with faculty, candidates, and supervisors in matters of conflict resolution as needed.
  10. Participate in program and department meetings as needed.
  11. Support recruitment of new program candidates by developing and conducting clinical mental health counseling and school counseling presentations, in conjunction with the school psychology field placement coordinator, at local undergraduate institutions, and on campus.
  12. Engage in additional training as needed with field placement platform technology.
  13. Support ongoing program accreditation and program evaluation efforts by assembling and analyzing field placement data as needed.


  1. Knowledge of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling professions.
  2. Ability to master data platform technologies.
  3. Strong interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills.


Master's degree

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