Position Title: Clinical Placement
GSCP Clinical Placement
12045 Work Location:
Remote/On-Site Reports to:
Lead FLSA Classification:
100% (40+ hrs/week) Type of
Regular/FT (30+ hrs/week) DEI
$39,520 - $44,678 DOE
The Clinical Placement Coordinator
supports the Clinical Placement Lead with the logistical and
administrative work of the Clinical Placement Team. In addition,
they serve as a source of support for students across the Graduate
School of Counseling and Psychology, when seeking information about
their practicum and internship experiences, while embarking on
their search process, during the development of new site
relationships, and throughout their placement. Furthermore, with
the Clinical Placement Lead, the Clinical Placement Administrator
facilitates student group meetings regarding clinical placements
and works with concentration faculty and advisors to develop
appropriate systems and processes to best serve students, sites and
specific concentrations clinical placement needs.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Support to Students:
· Serves as
a resource for students seeking information and support with their
practicum or internship experiences.
via Acuity, a minimum of 20 hours of student appointments per week.
These meetings can consist of a variety of clinical placement
focused topics ranging from basic logistical information, to resume
and cover letter support, support with applying to sites and
finding new sites, and the site discernment process.
clinical field placement processes to students and serves as a
resource for helping them to conduct their search process.
students on the clinical placement requirements, policies,
procedures and forms they will need for their practicum and
internship exploration, the search process and also for the entire
the MyNaropa web page to ensure that students have access to the
required forms and that all clinical placement events and
information/resources are accurate.
· Works in
partnership with concentrations to support students while in their
collaboration with the Specialist for Credentialing and Licensure,
communicates to students the importance of completing practicum and
internship site confirmation forms and final hours forms accurately
to support them in the licensure process post-graduation.
that all students purchase liability insurance to the correct
standards, prior to commencing their practicum or internship.
needed, as part of the larger Career & Life Development team,
this role also supports the team in serving students in Naropa
College and other Graduate programs seeking service learning or
General Logistical and Administrative Support:
comprehensive practicum and internship site databases and site
that the GSCP Practicum and Internship manuals are accurate and
updated each semester to reflect current policies and
new practicum and internship sites for students both within
Colorado and Nationwide to support the growing MTC hybrid program.
Conducts site visits with potential sites to assess appropriateness
for our GSCP students.
best practices amongst all universities and site application
processes to keep abreast of the field and ensure that Naropa is
performing at the highest levels.
the Career and Life Development team with the preparation of the
Annual Report so that it accurately reflects the work and
achievements of Clinical Placement within GSCP and Career and Life
Development across the institution.
minutes from all relevant Clinical Placement strategy and
development meetings and distributes them to all stakeholders
identified by the Clinical Placement Lead.
in arranging site networking and relationship building events
ensuring that all logistical needs are met and that events are
marketed in an appealing way to site supervisors.
the University Webviewer scheduling system to check for space
availability and schedule events.
with relevant University departments to ensure that all logistical
needs are met for each event that is facilitated/hosted
(Facilities, Events, Safety & Security, etc.).
sign-up sheets for events to ensure that the Career and Life
Development Team has an accurate record of the students and sites
that attended the events hosted.
workbooks and handouts for students to support the professional
development systems and processes that are implemented by the
Career and Life Development Team.
for ensuring field placement workshops and presentations attendance
is maximized by creatively advertising the events, creating an
attendance list and sending timely reminders about the events.
and collates all handouts for Clinical Placement workshops,
presentations and trainings to ensure that all participants receive
documents that are informative and appealing and can act as a
source of reference following the meeting.
promptly to all general practicum and internship enquiries from
students, sites and Naropa faculty and staff.
Practicum and Internship pages on My Naropa website ensuring all
information remains current, relevant and appealing and easily
accessible for all students and Naropa team members.
administrative support to the Assistant Director of Career &
Life Development and helps with ad hoc projects as needed.
with Acuity, Canva, Teams and Zoom in addition to Microsoft Office,
including Excel and Outlook, to schedule meetings, work with data,
and communicate with faculty and staff.
with office needs as guided by the Clinical Placement Lead.
tasks involving confidentiality, such as filing student or employee
documents or managing records.
1. 1 or more years
of working at a graduate counseling program at a higher education
2. This position will
need to have the flexibility to work remotely, in-person, or a
combination of both. Ability to provide virtual services in a
confidential environment while working outside of the Naropa
interpersonal and administrative skills: expertise in
communication, multi-tasking, negotiation, organization and
4. Ability to work both
independently and collaboratively with students, faculty and staff
in a setting which values directness, flexibility and humor.
5. Self-sufficiency and
the ability to follow projects through to completion.
6. Advanced computer
skills including Microsoft software (Word, Outlook, Excel,
PowerPoint), the Internet and general computer troubleshooting
7. Attention to detail,
initiative, promptness, efficiency, professionalism and good
8. Ability to analyze
and input data as required.
9. Excellent editing
skills, including simple development of documents and basic
proofreading and editing.
10. Ability to maintain flexibility in a
All job candidates must hold a commitment to co-create a diverse
and inclusive community and actively participate in related
professional development regarding the dynamics of privilege and
oppression and the impact these have in the workplace.
All job candidates must demonstrate their level of understanding
of the dynamics of privilege and oppression, and the impact these
have on equity, access, and opportunity.
All job candidates must be able to demonstrate an appropriate
level of understanding of and appreciation for the values of Naropa
University for this job and the capacity to provide a rigorous
clinical approach as evidenced in work, communication,
collaboration styles, and other general workplace behaviors.
1. Familiarity with
Naropa University Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology
2. Master’s Degree or
equivalent in Psychology, Counseling, or Social Work is highly