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The Assistant Director of Clinical Training (ADCT), under the general direction of the Director of Clinical Training (DCT), provides operational and student support in the Office of Professional Training (OPT). The ADCT is responsible for implementing procedures for internship, supporting PhD and PsyD clinical psychology students through the internship application process, and serving as a liaison between students and internship sites throughout the internship year. The ADCT works collaboratively with the DCT and PsyD and PhD Program Directors to ensure students are prepared for the internship application process and that sites meet educational standards of the programs. In addition, the ADCT participates in securing, evaluating, and monitoring G1 practicum placements for PsyD students. The successful candidate will be a licensed clinical psychologist and have knowledge of best practices related to doctoral-level clinical training. Excellent initiative, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills are required.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Participate in weekly Field Training meetings
Support operations in the Office of Professional Training, including attending individual weekly meetings with Administrative Assistant and Director of Clinical Training.
Schedule, create content, and attend Internship Preparation seminars for PhD and PsyD programs throughout the year.
Manage student field training clinical emergencies and SERC referrals
Communicate with Internship Training Directors on the creation of behaviorally anchored remediation plans for students that are having problems on practicum/internship
Implement APA Internship Application process for both programs
Implement APA Phase II and Post-Vacancy Application process for PsyD and PhD Students
Maintain relationships with APA internship sites
Update the internship manuals, policies, procedures, and forms each year
Oversee the distribution of internship evaluations (as needed) and review of all evaluations to ensure consistency with training standards and to facilitate program improvements.
Maintain knowledge of best practices related to clinical training
Meet and assist all Clinical PsyD/PhD students in the internship application process including annual advisement, review of CVs, cover letters, and provide interviewing skills workshops and role plays
Conduct assemblies on the internship process in the Fall and Spring semesters with students from both the Clinical PsyD and PhD Programs
Develop G1 practicum sites to meet the changing needs of the doctoral program(s).
Serve as first point of contact between G1 sites and field training department of the University
Assign grades for internship
Ensure G1 sites' compliance with University's field training affiliation guidelines
Review student G1 practicum site contracts for accuracy and assure contracts are in compliance with Alliant's practicum affiliation guidelines
Provide feedback to DCT on student progress in G1 practicum placements
Work directly with site training directors to troubleshoot any difficulties with students and make SERC referrals for student if deemed appropriate
Perform other related tasks, duties and responsibilities as required, assigned or directed.
Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel, and familiar with Campus Nexus Student, or other Student Information System (SIS) platforms.
Knowledge of graduate education and training in psychology
Possess a vision and commitment to clinical training
Be able to establish and maintain collaborative and productive relationships with training sites
Excellent interpersonal, phone, writing, and problem-solving skills.
Ability to work in a cooperative and service-oriented manner with faculty, staff, and other University administrators. Good supervisory skills of both staff and students.
Well-developed clinical expertise.
Program evaluation skills.
A doctoral degree (PsyD or PhD) in clinical psychology from an APA accredited college or university.
Completion of an APA-accredited internship
2-3 years of professional experience
Familiarity with psychology at the graduate level
Experience in facilitating learning;
Licensure, Certifications, etc: Licensed Clinical Psychologist, or licensed-eligible, in the State of California. Valid Driver's License and proof of automobile insurance
Please submit a resume/CV and cover letter
Applicants requested to interview should be prepared to provide three (3) professional references.
For more information or to apply, visit: https://jobsearch.createyourowncareer.com/Alliant/job/Los-Angeles-Assistant-Director-of-Clinical-Training%2C-Los-Angeles-CA-91803/654759701/
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Company: Alliant International University, Inc.
Country: United States of America
City: Los Angeles
Postal Code: 91803
Job ID: 130386
Date: Mar 2, 2021
Location: Los Angeles, CA, US, 91803
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