Post-Doctoral Clinical Supervisor

  • Date Posted:   2013-09-06
  • Department:   Fuller Psych & Family Services
  • FT/PT/Temp:   Part-Time
  • Exempt Status:   Non-Exempt
  • Hours:   20 per week
  • Reports To:   Executive Director of Fuller Psychological & Family Services


Position Type



The following are the responsibilities for the Post-Doctoral Clinical Supervisor position at FPFS. We are currently accepting applicants for a part-time (20 hour) position. The Post-Doctoral position has been created for pre-licensed, post-doctoral clinicians who would like to gain supervisory experience and build their private practice clientele while gaining hours toward licensure. The position is re-evaluated on an annual basis with opportunity for renewal. Interested parties must apply by sending their curriculum vita and two letters of reference (at least one letter must come from an internship supervisor) to Terry Liepmann, Executive Director. Applicants will be interviewed until the position is filled. The start date for the position is October 1st, 2013.

Essential Functions

Responsibilities for Part-Time (20 hours):

  • Maintain an average case load of at least 10 contact hours per week
  • Attend the FPFS weekly supervisor/team leader meetings. Attendance at in-service training events is encouraged, but optional for post-doctoral clinicians
  • Provide 2 hours of direct supervision of practicum students or clinical trainees per week
  • Conduct quarterly evaluations of students/supervisees and submit them to the training director, including but not limited to individual video case review and feedback
  • Provide one in-service training event, reflective of your interests/training and the needs of the clinic
  • Preferably provide 60 day notice in writing to the Clinical Director and Executive Director prior to terminating with the clinic, in order to meet ethical requirements of the profession regarding transfer of student supervision and client care
  • Function as a team player at FPFS by complying with clinic policies and procedures and legal and ethical standards of your mental health profession
  • Sign and adhere to the seminary's Statement of Faith and Community Standards
  • Participate in supervision for individual clients and for supervision of practicum students (if using an independent outside supervisor, provide proof of that arrangement)
  • Maintain client files at FPFS during your employment and leave a copy of the files at FPFS when your employment ends


  • Be compensated at 65% of fees collected.
  • Upon licensure, if a clinician stays at FPFS compensation will increase to 85%


  • Completion of Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
  • Extensive experience in individual psychotherapy and assessment in an outpatient clinic
  • Interest in supervision and training (prior experience is an asset, not requirement)


  • The above expectations are meant to provide a framework for the clinic and potential post-doctoral clinical fellows to be clear regarding mutual responsibilities
  • Both the FPFS Executive Director and the Clinical Director must approve your appointment

Post-Doctoral Clinical Supervisor will receive:

  • Supervisory oversight for your clinical work and supervision (4 hours of supervision per week, including individual, group sup of sup, CogB and Object Relations/Attachment case formulation seminars)
  • Receptionist/billing services for your clients
  • Clinical support and consultation with licensed on-site clinicians
  • Opportunities to provide workshops and other community service
  • Referrals (note: this varies with intake flow)
  • Professional liability coverage
  • Shared office space with 1-2 other post-doctoral clinicians (part-time) or private office space (full-time)
  • Ample clinic space in which to see clients