Human Resources: Available Positions
Position: Staff Psychologist/ Training Director
Reports to: Director of Counseling & Health Services
Status: Part Time (30 hours), Exempt
Supervises: Student Doctoral Interns
Training Director is responsible for the leadership and management of the Counseling Services’ training program. The Training Director coordinates the provision of supervision and training, evaluates the effectiveness of the training program, and facilitates future planning and development with the training staff. The TD also provides clinical services to University students and outreach to the campus community.
- Provide counseling / psychotherapy for diverse student populations with various cultural backgrounds, both graduate and undergraduate. Includes: providing individual, couples, and group counseling; providing short term, long term counseling, case
- Direct doctoral student internship program. Includes: providing seminars / didactic trainings, scheduling guest speakers for trainings, scheduling participation in relevant conferences, participating in the Northern California Training Directors group, acting as chair of the search committee and arranging the interviews, supervising the clinical experience of the two practicum interns, writing evaluations and liaison with Doctoral Programs
- Remain “on-call” for crisis intervention
- Coordinate and provide training for Student Leaders. Includes: Teaching counseling and communication skills, providing follow-up consultation as necessary
- Coordinate outreach programs and services. Includes: providing consultation services for faculty and staff; helping to develop and promote psycho-educational workshops for students on topics such as stress management, healthy relationships, alcohol use and abuse, and depression.
- Participate as a team member in the Division of Student Affairs
- A doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology, preferably from an APA accredited program
- Three years of postdoctoral experience that includes clinical training duties, counseling-related responsibilities, clinical supervision, administrative or teaching responsibilities Clinical skill in providing short term, long term, crisis counseling; triage and case management; group psychotherapy; individual and couples therapy.
- Minimum of 3 full-time equivalent years experience providing clinical supervision to graduate student trainees as a licensed psychologist
- Strong administrative, interpersonal, oral and written skills
- Demonstrated knowledge of clinical training program management and regulations Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, campus departments, and student groups
- Experience and skill in consulting with professional colleagues and staff
- Demonstrated commitment to multiculturalism and experience with diverse populations on a university campus
- College Counseling experience a plus
- Experience with electronic record programs like Point and Click or Titanium
NDNU is committed to providing an educational environment that supports a diverse student population. In your cover letter, please include information about your experiences in working in a diverse environment, and what qualities you would bring to supporting this commitment to inclusive excellence at NDNU.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Notre Dame de Namur University
Human Resources, Job # TD021914
1500 Ralston Avenue
Belmont, CA 94002
Or via email: email@example.com
The University is an equal opportunity employer and is firmly committed to non-discrimination in its hiring and other employment practices and in the application of its personnel policies. In compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, except where a bona fide occupational qualification exists, employment decisions will be made irrespective of the staff member's race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except for minors), sex, marital status, citizenship status, military service status, sexual orientation, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic condition), disability and/or any another status protected by law. When necessary, the University will reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities, if the individual is otherwise qualified to safely perform all essential functions of the position and if it will be done without undue hardship to the University.