Location: San Francisco, CA Category: Faculty Positions Posted On: Tue Dec 5 2017 Job Description: POSITION SUMMARY
Provide weekly individual supervision to MA-level CIIS psychotherapy trainees working in community mental health settings.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Conduct 17 1-hour sessions per semester, location to be determined with the student (supervisor’s office typical)
- Complete written evaluations of students, and submit grade to CIIS registrar at the end of semester
- Communicate with department chair and program manager around student progress and needs
Job Requirements:MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Licensure as a clinical professional (Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, or Psychologist)
- Sufficient experience, training and education working in community mental health settings
Additional Information:SALARY AND BENEFITS
Independent contractor position; $48.00 per hour.
NOTES TO CANDIDATE
- Background Check — Due to the sensitivity and requirements of our positions, you should expect to undergo and be cleared of an employment background/criminal check, if extended an offer for employment. You may also be asked to provide proof of educational degree(s), licenses or credentials pertinent to the position. If your job requires driving on behalf of CIIS you will be required to provide proof of a valid driver’s license.
- Visa Sponsorship — Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Applicants must currently be authorized to work in the United States for any employer.
- Relocation Assistance — This position is not eligible for relocation assistance.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
CIIS is committed to providing an open, fair, inclusive, non-discriminatory environment for all individuals across differences of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, socio- economic status, ethnicity, age, physical ability, or medical condition. We seek to increase the presence, representation and inclusion of U.S. historically under-represented people of color, international, bilingual and bicultural students, faculty and staff; and, to provide an environment that will attract and retain individuals identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and intersex (LGBTQQI).