Location: Concord Counseling Center, Sunnyvale Counseling Center, Oakland Counseling Center
Clinical Supervisor, The John F. Kennedy University (JFKU) Community Counseling Centers in Concord, Oakland and Sunnyvale are hiring ongoing and substitute (on-call) clinical supervisors to provide supervision for MA Counseling Psychology graduate students, Post-Masters level students, and PsyD students enrolled in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies clinical programs.
Responsibilities may include individual and/or group supervision; supervision in group therapy work and training. Supervisors provide guidance in individual, family, and holistic systems as well as couple, adult, child and adolescent therapy.
Supervisors are required to possess a graduate degree (doctorate preferred) in psychology/counseling or a related field; a California license to practice psychotherapy (i.e. Psychologist, MFT, LCSW) for a minimum of 2 years; proof of the required six hour supervision course (certificate), AAMFT and/or CAMFT approved supervisor status preferred; show of compliance in mandatory continued education requirements; copies of professional malpractice insurance; prior experience in providing clinical supervision, experience supervising doctoral students around psychological assessment is a plus. Must have excellent clinical, interpersonal, and communication skills which are essential to the task of supervising counselors-in-training as well as the ability to demonstrate the value of a culturally competent practice at all levels of clinical intervention. Bi-lingual supervisors are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants will have a strong appreciation and demonstrated commitment to the importance of multicultural, social, and developmental contexts with regard to understanding human behavior; the ability to participate in an environment where all forms of diversity are honored and encouraged in clients served, relevant academic programs, and services provided. A strong applied psychology background; inclusion of a family systems perspective is strongly desired. Clinical practice experience and training in anxiety, depression, grief/loss, diversity issues, trauma, crisis management, chemical dependency and cultural competency is a must.
The MA in Counseling Psychology Programs within the College of Graduate and Professional Studies actively encourages applications from historically underrepresented ethnic, racial, and cultural groups.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume with CLINSUPER in the subject line by email to HRRecruiter@jfku.edu, or mail to:
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
John F. Kennedy University
100 Ellinwood Way
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523