Associate Director of Clinical Training in the Psy.D. Program

PART I

POSITION TITLE: Associate Director of Clinical Training in the Psy.D.
Program

REPORTS TO: Director of Clinical Training

STATUS: Exempt

PART II
BROAD FUNCTIONS:
The ADCT will support the management of the PsyD Program and Clinic in
collaboration with the DCT. The ADCT will be responsible for planning, developing and
coordinating the program’s instructional and clinical activities, as necessary, to ensure that
students receive assistance in meeting their learning and clinical objectives. The ADCT will
support the DCT in opening new program(s), obtaining accreditation, and engaging in self-study
activities to affirm re-accreditation with licensing and professional agencies. The ADCT will
provide leadership in the management of the accreditation processes.
PART III
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
CLINICAL:
1. Oversees the quality of practicum sites and students’ clinical trainings
2. Reviews and approves all practicum affiliation agreements.
3. Approves available outside practicum sites which meet APA training standards of
accreditation.
4. Monitors the quality of external clinical practicum sites, based on APA standards of
accreditation.
5. Oversees the internal and external placement of interns
6. Assists the DCT in the strategic direction if the Clinic
ACADEMIC:
1. Assists the DCT in planning, developing and coordinating instructional activities, as
necessary, to ensure that students receive assistance in meeting their learning objectives.
2. Keeps students informed of progress and developments in the field.
3. Participates in the admission process for the clinical psychology programs.
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4. Submits required academic, clinical and institutional reports and forms (mid-term/ final
grades, etc.) in a timely and accurate manner.
5. Maintains responsibilities for the preparation of reports required by the university and/or
accrediting, licensing and professional agencies.
6. Participates in student evaluations twice a term at the faculty and clinical meetings to
determine student progress and professional development.
7. Submits grades to the Registrar’s Office for students in outside practicum based on site
supervisor’s evaluations.
8. Establishes and maintains an instructional atmosphere conducive to learning and
research.
9. Uses office time to prepare information for students and assist them in meeting their
professional developmental needs.
10. Encourages student participation in their academic and professional development.
11. Assists DCT in completing end-of-the-year student evaluations and degree completion.
COMMITTEE PARTICIPATION:
1. Participates in activities or faculty committees and similar bodies.
2. Actively participates in institutional meetings and committees.
3. Provides guidance to support students’ Doctoral Projects, and serves on their
Committees.
ADMINISTRATIVE:
1. Provides supervision to staff as assigned
2. Assesses and facilitates students, faculty and program’s needs
3. Maintains availability to students on an individual and/or small group basis, to respond to
student questions and concerns.
FACULTY RELATED:
1. Teaches courses per contract in area of expertise.
2. Performs student advisement and end-of-the-year student evaluations.
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GENERAL:
1. Abides by the principles and procedures, as well as institutional philosophy, contained in
the university catalog, faculty handbook, general policies and disciplinary procedures
manual, and other institutional publications.
2. Holds membership and/or takes active participation in professional organizations which
emphasize academic excellence.
3. Fulfills the obligations of any reassignment of duties between classroom, office,
academic, administrative and committee tasks as required by institutional priorities.
4. Participates in Annual Graduation Ceremony.
5. Maintains professional licensure in good standing, professional memberships in
professional organizations, and participates in continuing education activities.
6. Conducts research in a particular field or knowledge and publishes findings in
professional journals.
7. Reports directly to the Director of Clinical Training.
PART IV
QUALIFICATIONS:
Qualified applicants will possess a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology from an APA
Accredited program. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in higher education.
Teaching of clinical courses experience is highly desirable.
Must be licensed in the State of Florida.

To apply please send your resume to: evega@albizu.edu

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