DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL TRAINING, DEPARTMENT OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
- Date Posted:
- Exempt Status:
- Pay Rate:
Salary is commensurate with rank and experience
- Reports To:
Dean of the School of Psychology
The position will be open until filled. There is no closing date.
THE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY AT FULLER SEMINARY invites applications for a full-time appointment to the Department of Marriage and Family. We are seeking a non-tenure track faculty member who is a licensed marriage and family therapist and shares our department’s commitment to clinical training and the development of marriage and family therapists.
Responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of practicum training for graduates students in the Masters of Marital and Family Therapy degree program. The Director of Clinical Training (DCT) will manage the student practicum placement process including the recruitment of practicum sites, student placement, quality assurance, and site evaluation. In this position the DCT will supervise the Practicum Assistant who is responsible for monitoring and maintaining accurate student records. The DCT will provide leadership along with faculty in the development and implementation of clinical training including clinical supervision, consultation, and course instruction.
The Director of Clinical Training will be a full voting member of the Department of Marriage and Family. The School of Psychology is committed to training women and men to be sensitive to cultural and social contexts and to integrate psychological and Christian theological understandings of human behavior in clinical practice.
Qualified applicants will have at minimum a masters degree in Marital and Family Therapy in California, or qualified for reciprocal licensure. The candidate must meet California standard for LMFT supervision. The DCT should possess substantial clinical and supervisory experience. All applicants must meet California requirements for supervision of marital and family therapy trainees and interns. Candidates should have previous administrative experience, excellent communication and organization skills.
Must be willing to sign Fuller’s Statement of Faith. All teaching and management positions are restricted to persons who will affirm in writing the Statement of Faith of Fuller Theological Seminary
All employees (faculty, managers, and staff) are expected to adhere to the ethical standards affirmed in the Seminary's Statement of Community Standards as a continuing condition of employment.
Candidates should submit an electronic packet (in ONE pdf) including a letter of interest (including a description of their supervision philosophy and vision for clinical training), curriculum vitae, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation electronically submitted to:
Director of Administration, School of Psychology