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Job Description: Data & Reporting Assistant

Location: Berkeley, California, United States

Salary: Commensurate with skills and experience, including health & other benefits

Start Date:  June 1, 2020

Schedule: Part-time, 0.5 FTE (20 hours per week)

Organization

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing the psychological and psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement resulting from war, torture, gender-based, criminal and other interpersonal violence, and persecution related to identity and beliefs.  At our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, California, we:                    

(a) Provide globally culturally and contextually responsive, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for asylum seekers and refugees from around the world, (b) Expand multidisciplinary clinical capacity to serve highly diverse international populations through an in-depth yearlong clinical training program, (c) Conduct community outreach, support and training to address the needs of forcibly displaced immigrants and newcomers, and (d) Advocate for policies to prevent trauma and re-traumatization among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement.

Position Overview

This is an exciting opportunity to advance the impact of an innovative nonprofit organization working at the nexus of human rights and global mental health through data collection, entry, and management. The Data & Reporting Assistant is an entry-level position offering the opportunity for learning and growth for someone interested in data management, mental health, and the nonprofit sector. The Data & Reporting Assistant will support the Data & Reporting Manager in effective data collection, entry, analysis, and reporting associated with PTR’s client outcomes, in addition to managing data for the African Communities Program. The Data & Reporting Assistant will support PTR’s clinical and outreach teams, to ensure the collection and entry of client information, initial & follow up psychosocial assessments, and outreach event data. The Data & Reporting Assistant will support the Data & Reporting Manager in conducting ongoing analysis of client information and creating outcome reports to monitor client improvement and program effectiveness for the purpose of reporting to funders and other key stakeholders. A portion of the Data & Reporting Assistant’s responsibilities can be completed remotely, though some on-site work and limited travel within Alameda County is required once the current Shelter in Place mandate has been lifted and it is deemed safe to return to on-site work.  

This position is funded by Alameda County Behavioral Health Services through the Mental Health Services Act (Unserved and Underserved Ethnic and Language Populations Prevention and Early Intervention Services) and is part of a one-year grant renewal beginning on July 1, 2020 and extending through June 30, 2021, with the likelihood of an additional renewal through June 2022. 

Position Reports To

This position works closely with several team members, including the African Communities Program Manager and the African Communities Clinical Manager on a day-to-day basis, and reports directly to the Data & Reporting Manager.  

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

The roles and responsibilities of the Data & Reporting Assistant include but are not limited to the following: 

Data Management and Reporting

  • Assist the African Communities team in setting up data tracking systems and protocols to collect clinical and outreach data necessary for grant reports and lead tracking of all Alameda County grant requirements. 
  • Become familiar with grant reporting requirements and deadlines in order to contribute to grant deliverables and data reporting requirements.
  • Provide data systems support for the Data & Reporting Manager and ensure proper integration between African Communities Program data tracking systems and PTR’s overarching data management system in Salesforce.
  • Enter clinical and outreach data in Insyst, Clinicians Gateway, and Salesforce in a timely manner.
  • Provide training and ongoing data entry support to African Communities Program staff.
  • Supply technical assistance and training to PTR staff on data tracking, serving as point of contact for data entry inquiries from clinical and outreach staff.
  • Support Data & Reporting Manager in data audits and cleaning; serve as the main point of contact communicating with clinicians to fill any outstanding data gaps.
  • Assist in evaluating clinical and training outcomes through survey data collection and analysis--ensuring high fidelity and accuracy of data to inform program design.
  • Assist Data & Reporting Manager with implementing Salesforce updates in accordance with new data collection or reporting requirements.

Mental Healing Medi-Cal Administrative Activities

  • Become fully versed in Mental Health Medi-Cal Administrative Activities (MH MAA).
  • Complete monthly MH MAA billing activities and assist African Communities Program staff with MAA compliance. 
  • Train and provide ongoing support to African Communities Program staff in monthly MH MAA billing requirements.
  • Ensure all MH MAA billing is completed accurately and submitted to Alameda County in a timely manner.

Additional Organizational Support

  • Attend Alameda County Provider meetings and trainings and report pertinent information to the African Communities Program staff.
  • Serve as a liaison between PTR and Alameda County for administrative and data related matters pertaining specifically to grant deliverables.
  • Assist staff with completing all Alameda County administrative requirements and maintain oversight of PTR compliance with Alameda County administrative documentation.
  • Attend PTR staff activities and events.
  • Complete administrative tasks and perform other duties as assigned. 
QUALIFICATIONS
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES & EXPERIENCE
  • Between 1-3 years of related work experience with social impact, community health, or nonprofit organizations with demonstrated interest in PTR’s mission.
  • Strong organizational and data management skills with ability to track reporting requirements and consolidate data from a variety of sources.
  • Ability to quickly learn new systems and procedures and become well-versed with PTR’s use of platforms such as Insyst, Clinicians Gateway, and Salesforce will be critical.
  • Ability to prioritize and take initiative on multiple, complex tasks; working effectively to meet deadlines both independently and as a member of a team.
  • Ability to balance a detailed understanding of grant-specific reporting requirements with over-arching data system considerations.
  • Superior organizational skills and attention to detail with ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including strong written and verbal communication abilities.
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and Google Drive, most notably Excel and Google Sheets.
  • A positive attitude, patience, and flexibility.
  • Willingness and desire to learn and grow with this position.
  • Capacity to learn all components related to Mental Health Medi-Cal Administrative Activities billing.
  • Ability to protect client confidentiality and privacy according to HIPAA regulations.
  • Cultural humility, sensitivity to cultural nuance, and respectfulness of identity differences. 
  • Ability to set boundaries, practice self-care, and maintain professional demeanor.
PREFERED COMPETENCIES AND EXPERIENCE
  • Degree or education with a concentration in mental health, international development, or public health seen as an asset.
  • Familiarity with Insyst, Clinicians Gateway, and Salesforce data management systems.
  • Experience in collaborating with psychology and social work students on data collection and assessment.
  • Training or experience in data systems management, data analysis, monitoring and evaluation, or related field.
  • Knowledge of or interest in international human rights, mental health constructs.
  • Experience working with diverse populations, especially international populations.
  • Familiarity with Medi-Cal and/or Medi-Cal Administrative Activities (MAA) billing. 
How to Apply

If interested, please submit the following to jobs@traumapartners.org with the subject “Application for Data & Reporting Assistant”: 1) A cover letter; 2) Your most recent curriculum vitae or resume. Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the position is filled.

To learn more about Partnerships for Trauma Recovery, please visit our website at www.traumapartners.org. PTR is committed to creating a diverse workplace that reflects the nature of our work, as well as our international client population. POC, LGBTQ+, and immigrant candidates are strongly encouraged to apply        

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, age, color, disability (physical and mental, including HIV and AIDS), genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, or request for FMLA in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. 

 

Job Description: African Communities Clinical Manager

Location: Berkeley, California, United States

Salary: Commensurate with skills and experience, including health & other benefits

Start Date:  June 1, 2020

Schedule: Full-time

Organization

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing the psychological and psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement resulting from war, torture, gender-based, criminal and other interpersonal violence, and persecution related to identity and beliefs.  At our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, California, we:                    

(a) Provide globally culturally and contextually responsive, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for asylum seekers and refugees from around the world, (b) Expand multidisciplinary clinical capacity to serve highly diverse international populations through an in-depth yearlong clinical training program, (c) Conduct community outreach, support and training to address the needs of forcibly displaced immigrants and newcomers, and (d) Advocate for policies to prevent trauma and re-traumatization among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement.

African Communities Program

PTR is seeking a full-time African Communities Clinical Manager to be part of our African Communities Program which focuses on providing psychological and psychosocial care for asylum seekers and refugees coming from throughout the African continent, as well as on community outreach and psychoeducation.  This position is funded by Alameda County Behavioral Health Services through the Mental Health Services Act (Unserved and Underserved Ethnic and Language Populations Prevention and Early Intervention Services) and is part of a one-year grant renewal beginning on July 1, 2020 and extending through June 30, 2021, with the likelihood of an additional renewal through June 2022.  

Under this grant PTR will provide psychological and psychosocial care for asylum seekers, asylees, refugees and immigrants with a specific focus on African populations.  Additionally, we will conduct targeted outreach to expand awareness of the psychosocial impacts of trauma and forced displacement and increase access to PTR’s services among African communities and organizations in the Bay Area.  

Position Overview

This is an opportunity to join a dynamic nonprofit organization working at the juncture of global mental health and human rights.  The African Communities Clinical Manager is a leadership position within PTR’s African Communities Program and will work collaboratively with the African Communities Program Manager to develop and implement the African Communities Program. The primary responsibility of the African Communities Clinical Manager will be to provide globally trauma-informed, culturally responsive and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for international survivors of human rights abuses from African countries.  

The African Communities Clinical Manager will implement clinical programming at the Mosaic Healing Center and within the community, as well as facilitate capacity-building and outreach activities with partners and providers in the community.  As a part of both the African Communities Program and the clinical teams, the African Communities Clinical Manager will engage in the provision and development of psychosocial care for African immigrants and survivors of human rights abuses.  

In collaboration with the program and outreach teams, the African Communities Clinical Manager will also be involved in conducting community outreach and psychoeducation relating to the psychological and psychosocial needs of African refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants resettled in the Bay Area.  This role will support the organization of events to raise awareness around the impacts of trauma; increase understanding of psychological and emotional needs in the community; help foster effective cross-cultural communication; reduce stigma related to matters of mental health and psychological wellbeing; and implement psychoeducational and capacity-building activities with African organizations, partners and communities.  The African Communities Clinical Manager will manage clinical activities related to PTR’s African Communities Program, collaborate with and support outreach staff, and serve as a bridge between the clinical and outreach components of the program.  This position also collaborates closely with the program team for the reporting of grant-related activities and the evaluation of outcomes.   

In addition to clinical experience providing trauma-informed and culturally responsive care for diverse communities, this position requires flexibility, creativity, resourcefulness and independence.  Essential for this position is a sustained commitment to advancing global social justice & human rights, with a focus on the needs of African survivors and immigrants seeking greater safety in the United States.    

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

The roles and responsibilities of the African Communities Clinical Manager include the following: 

Psychological Care and Case Management

  • Directly provide globally culturally and contextually responsive, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible individual and family counseling and psychotherapy for refugee, asylum-seeking and immigrant adults, youth & children from African countries.
  • Provide case management, accompaniment, advocacy & referrals for clients as needed.
  • Implement the direct counseling and case management services of the Prevention and Early Intervention Program under this grant.
  • In collaboration with the African Communities Liaisons, design case management approaches for the African Communities program.  Support Liaisons in providing case management for community members in an ongoing effort to integrate outreach activities with the provision of clinical care.
  • Provide psychological and psychosocial care for clients at PTR’s Mosaic Healing Center and within community settings, such as places of residence or worship, community centers and community-based organizations, and/or school settings.
  • Facilitate support groups and psychoeducational workshops for African clients and community members.
  • Support overall client care, collaborate with clinical team, and participate in clinical meetings and supervision.
  • Depending on prior clinical experience working with international survivors of human rights abuses, participate in the Global Healing and Human Rights Clinical Training Program.
  • Collaborate with legal representatives & provide psychological evaluations for asylum claims.
  • Contribute to the creation of a safe environment for welcoming clients and supporting clinicians and interpreters with warmth, openness & sensitivity.

Community Outreach, Collaboration & Capacity-Building

  • Work in collaboration with the African Communities Program Manager to plan and implement community outreach and events related to the African Communities Program.
  • Provide mentorship for the African Communities Liaisons regarding PTR’s clinical work, the impacts of trauma and knowledge pertaining to mental health.
  • Represent PTR and the African Communities Program to community members, partners and organizations through presentations and capacity-building activities sharing and disseminating information about PTR’s mission, beneficiaries and programming.
  • Help develop and deliver psychoeducational trainings for African refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants related to the impacts of trauma, forced displacement and resettlement in the United States and overall psychosocial needs among immigrant communities.
  • Help identify African community leaders and partner organizations who wish to receive consultation and capacity-building from PTR about the psychological and psychosocial needs of African refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants.
  • Help design and implement culturally responsive and trauma-informed training for partners, providers and community leaders regarding the mental health and wellness needs of African populations, including capacity building regarding basic knowledge of mental health, stress management and the impacts of trauma.
  • Develop educational and communication materials pertaining to psychosocial and emotional support, stress management, coping skills and basic counseling concepts to be shared with community members and leaders.
  • Help develop and sustain cross-cultural understanding and collaborative relationships with community partners with attention to the needs of resettled African communities residing throughout the Bay Area.

Other Responsibilities

  • Engage in new programming initiatives and partnerships as they arise and identify opportunities for clinical, case management and outreach program development.
  • Inform clinical and program teams about clinical and outreach activities and outcomes.
  • Participate as a member of the clinical and outreach teams and help achieve the goals of the African Communities Program.
  • Attend PTR staff activities and events.
  • Complete client charting, data reporting, billing and administrative tasks, and perform other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS
REQUIRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
  • Masters degree in Clinical Social Work (MSW/LCSW), Counseling Psychology (MA/MS) or Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT/LMFT) or Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D/Ph.D).
  • Licensed or near-licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist or Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California.
  • Experience providing trauma-informed care & case management for individuals, families & groups.
  • 2+ years of experience providing psychological and psychosocial care for diverse & underserved populations.
  • Familiarity with organizations and resources in the greater Bay Area to support clients’ holistic psychosocial needs.
  • Experience and interest in designing and conducting psychoeducational trainings.
  • Experience and interest in speaking publicly to clinical and non-clinical audiences.
  • Experience working collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Familiarity with or willingness to learn Mental Health Medi-Cal Administrative Activities billing.
PREFERED EXPERIENCE 
  • Experience working cross-culturally with international and/or immigrant populations, including from African countries.
  • Experience working with asylum seekers and/or refugees.
  • International work, study and/or living experience, preferably on the African continent.
  • Fluency in or knowledge of one or more languages spoken by African communities, including but not limited to Tigrinya, Amharic, Kiswahili, Luganda, Lingala, Arabic and French.
COMPETENCIES AND INTERESTS
  • Global cultural and contextual awareness for working collaboratively with internationally diverse clients, mental health interpreters, staff and clinical trainees.
  • Demonstrated commitment to global social justice and human rights.
  • Spoken and written fluency in English, as well as one or more other languages preferred.
  • Interest in developing and implementing community outreach and training activities.
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to developing program needs and requirements.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Maturity, initiative, resourcefulness and ability to creatively problem-solve.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure with limited resources.
  • Ability to thrive in a rapidly growing small nonprofit and take on multiple roles.
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and Google Drive.
How to Apply

If interested, please submit the following to jobs@traumapartners.org with the subject Application for African Communities Clinical Manager Position:  1) a cover letter; 2) your most recent curriculum vitae or resume; 3) a one-page statement about your clinical approach & philosophy.  PTR is committed to creating a diverse workplace that reflects the nature of our work as well as our international client population. POC, LGBTQ and immigrant candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.           

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, age, color, disability (physical and mental, including HIV and AIDS), genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, or request for FMLA in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. 

Job Description: Mosaic Healing Center Job Description - Training Director 

Location: Berkeley, California, United States

Salary: Commensurate with skills and experience, including health & other benefits

Start Date:  June-July 2020

Schedule: Part-time, 0.6 FTE (24 hours per week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays)

Organization

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing the psychological and psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement resulting from war, torture, gender-based, criminal and other interpersonal violence, and persecution related to identity and beliefs.  At our Mosaic Healing Center in Berkeley, California, we:                     

(a) Provide globally culturally and contextually responsive, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for asylum seekers and refugees from around the world, (b) Expand multidisciplinary clinical capacity to serve highly diverse international populations through an in-depth yearlong clinical training program, (c) Conduct community outreach, support and training to address the needs of forcibly displaced immigrants and newcomers, and (d) Advocate for policies to prevent trauma and re-traumatization among international survivors of human rights abuses and forced displacement.

Position Overview

This is an opportunity to join a dynamic nonprofit organization working at the juncture of global mental health and human rights.  The primary responsibility of the Training Director will be to lead and oversee PTR’s Global Healing & Human Rights Clinical Training Program, a yearlong 20-hour per week in-depth training program for advanced doctoral students in clinical psychology, and post-graduate interns in clinical social work and counseling psychology.  Our intensive program prepares clinical trainees to provide globally trauma-informed, culturally responsive and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for international survivors of human rights abuses and interpersonal violence who have fled their countries of origin and are seeking greater safety in the United States.   

Collaborating closely with and reporting to the Clinical Director, the Training Director will lead and oversee clinical training and supervision at the Mosaic Healing Center, managing the training and administrative needs of a cohort of 5-10 clinical trainees each academic year.  This position will provide both individual and group clinical and programmatic supervision for trainees and oversee the quality and effectiveness of clinical training and client care delivered by trainees.  The Training Director will collaborate with the clinical and program teams for the evaluation of training activities and outcomes and perform other duties as assigned.   

In addition to extensive clinical experience providing trauma-informed culturally responsive care for diverse communities, as well as conducting clinical supervision and training, this position requires experience in team management.  The Training Director will oversee cohorts of clinical trainees and collaborate closely with a multidisciplinary team of providers in the fields of social work, psychology, psychiatry, interpretation, public health, human rights and non-profit management.  Flexibility, creativity, resourcefulness and initiative are essential for this position, along with a sustained commitment to advancing global social justice & human rights, with a focus on the needs of forcibly displaced international survivors of violence seeking greater safety in the United States.   

As a part of the clinical team and in collaboration with mental health interpreters, the Training Director will also engage in the direct provision of psychosocial care for a small number of clients.  PTR primarily provides individual psychotherapy and case management for adults, but also offers couple, family and group therapy, as well as services for adolescents and a small number of children. PTR’s philosophy of healing from interpersonal trauma is relationally oriented and grounded in relationship- and attachment-based approaches to care.  From a globally sensitive and flexible perspective which focuses on client priorities,  PTR offers free open-ended care which values depth, meaning and relationship.  The majority of clients seen at PTR come from the Central American Northern Triangle (Guatemala, El Salvador & Honduras), as well as Eritrea & Mexico.  At the Mosaic Healing Center we see asylum seekers and refugees from over 45 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia & the Middle East, about one fifth of whom have fled LGBTQ persecution in their country of origin.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

The roles and responsibilities of the Training Director include the following: 

Clinical Training Program Management (40%)

  • Lead the coordination and implementation of the 20-hour per week 11-month Global Healing & Human Rights Clinical Training Program for 5-10 graduate students and post-graduate interns in psychology and social work.
  • Contribute to the overall coordination of psychosocial care among staff, clinical trainees, mental health interpreters, clinical supervisors, consulting psychiatrists & community partners.
  • Collaborate with clinical team in the management of overall client care and clinical trainee mentorship, including answering questions, addressing immediate client needs and crises, and supporting the provision of case management and referrals. 
  • In collaboration with the Clinical Director, maintain and update PTR’s Profile in the BAPIC (Bay Area Practicum & Internship Consortium) system, and manage the yearly process of student applications, interviews, candidate selection and practicum matching process to recruit clinical trainees. 
  • Collaborate with trainees’ academic institutions for the completion of performance and progress evaluations, and to address any challenges which may arise in the training cohort.
  • Inform PTR clinical & program teams about Global Healing & Human Rights Clinical Training Program activities & outcomes.
  • Contribute to the creation of a safe environment for welcoming clients and supporting trainees, clinicians and interpreters with warmth, openness & sensitivity.

Clinical Training & Supervision (40%)

  • Continue to develop and implement clinical training plans and objectives which are responsive to PTR’s mission, and primary programmatic and client needs.
  • Lead and co-lead weekly clinical case conference, seminar and group supervision addressing the needs of forcibly displaced & traumatized international populations through a globally trauma-informed and culturally responsive relational psychodynamic lens.   
  • Collaborate closely with PTR staff and supervisors involved in teaching and contribute to the ongoing development and implementation of the training curriculum.  
  • Continue to develop systems and update materials for the training program (i.e. calendars/schedules, curricula/syllabi, clinical guidelines & documentation procedures, reading materials, shared drive folders, training & supervision evaluations).
  • Provide weekly individual supervision for 1-3 clinical trainees.  Assist supervisees in developing training & professional development goals, and collaboratively monitor their progress. Provide ongoing regular feedback and evaluation of clinical trainee performance.
  • Manage and oversee clinical trainee caseloads, and overall training- and program-related communications with training cohort.
  • Support and guide clinical trainees in the timely and accurate completion of clinical care documentation and use of PTR’s Salesforce record keeping and data collection system.
  • Participate in weekly Clinical Supervisors’ meeting to discuss student progress, client care and all matters pertaining to the clinical training program.
  • Revise & update PTR’s Clinical Training Program Manual for each incoming trainee cohort.
  • Oversee individual training requirements for students, and verify that trainees follow ethical, legal and regulatory requirements set forth by PTR policies and procedures, student academic institutions, and the Board of Psychology and/or the Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Direct Clinical Care (20%)

  • Provide culturally and contextually responsive, trauma-informed and linguistically accessible psychological and psychosocial care for a small number of refugee and asylum-seeking clients. 
QUALIFICATIONS
Required Education & Experience
  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D or Ph.D)
  • Licensed as a psychologist in the state of California, or able to obtain licensure in California 
  • 5+ years of experience providing trauma-informed care for individuals, families & groups
  • 3+ years of experience providing psychological care for diverse & underserved populations
  • 2+ years of experience designing & conducting clinical trainings
  • 2+ years of experience in team leadership & management
  • Experience & interest in providing relationship- and attachment-based & relationally oriented psychodynamic psychotherapy, clinical supervision & training
Prefered Experience and Skills

  • Experience working cross-culturally with diverse international populations
  • Fluency in one or more languages in addition to English, with Spanish strongly preferred
  • Experience working clinically in different languages and/or with in-person interpreters
  • Experience working with refugees and/or asylum seekers
  • International work, study and/or living experience 
  • Experience working collaboratively within multidisciplinary teams
  • Experience conducting forensic psychological evaluations for asylum claims
Competencies and interests

  • Global cultural & contextual awareness for working collaboratively with internationally diverse clients, staff, clinical trainees & mental health interpreters
  • Demonstrated commitment to global social justice & human rights
  • Interest in implementing & developing clinical training activities with a globally trauma-informed & culturally responsive relational psychodynamic lens 
  • Spoken & written fluency in English
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal & written communication skills
  • Flexibility & ability to adapt to developing program needs & requirements
  • Maturity, initiative, resourcefulness & ability to creatively problem-solve
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite & Google Drive 
How to Apply

Application deadline: April 6, 2020

If interested, please submit the following to asridharan@traumapartners.org with the subject Application for Training Director Position:  1) a cover letter; 2) your most recent curriculum vitae or resume; 3) a one-page statement about your clinical approach & philosophy.                               

PTR is committed to fostering a diverse team environment which reflects the nature of our work and mission, as well as the international newcomer populations with whom we work. Immigrant, People of Color and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis until the position is filled. To learn more about Partnerships for Trauma Recovery, please visit our website at www.traumapartners.org           

Partnerships for Trauma Recovery is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of ancestry, age, color, disability (physical and mental, including HIV and AIDS), genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, or request for FMLA in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.