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With the recognition that Black students have unique challenges, Student Wellness Services at Queen's University is seeking a regulated health professional who self-identifies as Black (e.g. African, Afro-Caribbean, African-Canadian descent) and whose life experiences reflect those experienced by Black communities. Reporting to the Director, Counselling Services, this individual will be in good standing with their regulatory body, they will use evidence based assessment and treatment strategies, and ideally has experience working with young adults. Additionally, the Personal Counselor Black Student Wellness will approach student issues and concerns with an anti-oppression lens, ensuring Black Students at Queen's feel understood, supported, and ready to engage.
This position is perfect for someone who is passionate about the health and success of young Black adults, and provides the opportunity to contribute to creating a positive experience for students with diverse cultural backgrounds attending Queen's, setting them up for success as they transition through life. The Personal Counselor- Black Student wellness will have the privilege of supporting students who will benefit from their own lived experience and expertise. The incumbent will be encouraged to bring change to the services offered at Student Wellness at Queen's, as well as develop new programs, such as workshops, geared to enhancing the overall educational experience for Black students. The Student Wellness team is composed of experienced health care professionals who thrive on collaboration and who support one another in their individual and collective professional growth.
As previously mentioned, in order to address the unique needs and concerns of Black students as well as the underrepresentation of Black Student Wellness Services staff, this opportunity is open only to qualified individuals who self-identify as Black (e.g. African, Afro-Caribbean, African-Canadian descent). As part of the application process, we ask that applicants outline their experience working within Black communities, and demonstrate how this experience will ensure they have the necessary background to support Black students at Queen's.
This initiative follows the provisions of a special program and special employment as outlined by the Ontario Human Rights Commission: http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/your-guide-special-programs-and-human-rights-code.