This is position is a Hybrid role with the location being at our
National University Pleasant Hill Campus in Pleasant Hill,
Under clinical program leadership within the Office of Professional
Training (OPT), provide clinical supervision of unpaid MFT and PCC
pre-licensed trainees who are graduate students enrolled in
National University or other university practicum programs,
Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program students in externship and
unpaid Associate Marriage and Family Therapists (AMFT). The
supervised pre-licensed clinicians provide psychotherapy services
(individual, couple, child, adolescent, family and group therapy
and psychoeducation) to schools and community service organizations
who participate in the Community-Based Counseling Program (CBCP).
PsyD students are supervised in psychological assessments conducted
through the Psychological Assessment Clinic (PAC).
- Provides clinical supervision of practicum students, Clinical
Trainees in externship and Associate Marriage and Family Therapists
in accordance with BBS, BOP, and BOP regulations and University
- Provide clinical supervision and clinical oversight to student
psychological assessments conducted through the Psychological
Assessment Clinic (PAC).
- Delivers weekly individual, triadic and/or group clinical
supervision to assigned counselors.
- Reviews and audits clinical records in OCT’s Electronic Health
Records (EHR) system, e.g., Best Notes, including assessments,
treatment plans, progress notes as well as other relevant program
required information, forms and/or documentation.
- Contributes in mandatory meetings to discuss supervisees’
progress as well as clinical issues and concerns; and any other
meetings and trainings as necessary or required.
- Other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience
Competencies / Technical / Functional Skills
- Doctor of Psychology (PsyD or PhD) required; APA accredited
- Must have and maintain active California license as Clinical
Psychologist; two (2) years of licensure required, five or more
(5+) years of licensure preferred; proof of licensure
- Must have completed (and maintain) required training according
to applicable BBS and/or BOP regulations to provide clinical
supervision to pre-licensed MFT and PCC trainees and associates
and/or PsyD students and pre-licensed psychologists; two plus (2+)
years of relevant clinical supervision experience, preferred; proof
of completing training required.
- Clinical experience (psychotherapy, psychological assessment
and/or clinical supervision) in a school-based setting, preferred.
Must have and maintain own malpractice insurance coverage; proof
- Expertise with psychological assessment, preferred.
- Working knowledge of Electronic Health Records (EHR) software
used for psychotherapy records, preferred.
- Must reside and be eligible to work in the United States
- Ability to participate as an active team member of the team and
organization and work toward a common goal.
- Actively seeks opportunities to influence, build effective
relationships and gain alignment with peers, functional partners
and/or external partners to accomplish business objectives.
- Accepts personal accountability, proactively seeks resolution
for personal limitations head-on; and supports honesty and respect
towards others, the company and oneself.
- Develops new insights into situations; questions conventional
approaches; encourages new ideas and innovations; designs and
implements new or cutting-edge programs/processes. Ability to
generate and/or recognize imaginative or creative solutions that
generate successful outcomes.
- Solid working knowledge of ethics, multicultural
considerations, counselling skills, and assessment, etc. within the
scope of individual, group, child, adolescent, adult
- Basic Skills in Office Suite Applications such as Word, Excel,
Power Point, Outlook and working knowledge of software programs for
mental performance record-keeping, e.g., Tevera, preferred.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively
communicate with a wide range of individual of constituencies in a
diverse community. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in
writing. Strong problem solving, critical and analytical thinking
- Deal with problems involving several concrete variables in
standardized situations; apply common sense understanding to carry
out instructions furnished in written or oral form.
- Work independently and foster a cooperative spirit within a
large and/or small team of diverse cultures, while working in a
fast-paced environment with multiple deadlines and frequently
- Bilingual language skills in English/Spanish, preferred.
Infrequent travel to campus for on-site supervision
may be required.
National University is committed to maintaining a high-quality,
diverse workforce representative of the populations we serve. As a
network of nonprofit educational institutions, the System employs
more than 3,300 faculty and staff and serves over 41,000 students.
We are united in our mission to meet the global education demands
of the 21st Century and are dedicated to creating a supportive
academic and work environment that allows for students, faculty and
staff to develop their interests and talents while experiencing a
sense of community and a commitment to diversity. With programs
available both online and at our many campus locations, National
University is a leader in creating innovative solutions to
education and meeting the needs of our diverse student population,
including adult learners and working professionals.
National University offers an opportunity to work in an
innovative environment that supports diversity.
National University (NU) is proud to be an equal opportunity
employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against any employee
or applicant for employee per applicable federal, state and local
laws. At NU, a diverse mix of highly talented, innovative and
creative people come together to make the impact of a
lifetime for each of our student learners. All qualified applicants
will receive equal consideration for employment, education, and
admission at National University. We are focused on equality and
believe deeply in diversity of race, color, ancestry, age, family
care status, veteran status, marital status, creed, religion, sex,
gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin,
and other legally protected group status.