Office of Spiritual Formation & Counseling Services (SFCS)

The SFCS supports the mission of Hellenic College Holy Cross by nurturing the spiritual and psychological well-being and development of all students and their families working in conjunction with the faculty, alumni, and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese.  These programs are available to all students and family members.

Summary of Position:

Hellenic College Holy Cross seeks a part-time counselor who will assist students with advancing their personal, academic and emotional development. The ideal candidate will possess strong clinical skills, a solid understanding of college age development and mental health as well as experience working with a diverse population including students with learning challenges.

This is a part-time, 9-month hourly positions, up to 15 hours per week, which follows the academic calendar, starting late August and ending in May with time off during winter and spring breaks.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide solution focused individual counseling and group support Provide student intakes/screenings, crisis intervention, and assessment Follow through with record keeping and case management Outreach to the student population through educational programming and workshops Other duties as assigned

Education & Experience:

  • Candidates must hold a minimum of a master’s degree in counseling, social work, or other mental health field. A Massachusetts state license or eligibility for a MA license is required.
  • A minimum of two-three years clinical experience, preferably working in a college counseling center or related work with college age students
  • Experience working with a diverse population, including students with learning challenges.
  • Ability to understand and identify with the teachings and values of the Orthodox Christian Faith.


Local candidates only.

Interested candidates please respond to

Posted by

Hellenic College Holy Cross

50 Goddard Ave
Brookline, MA


Hellenic College Holy Cross is a Christian Orthodox four-year liberal arts college, seminary and graduate school of theology rooted in the Greek Orthodox tradition. For more information about the School visit

Posted on: October 01, 2021