The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for coordination and oversight of all aspects of the Edgewood College MFT program's clinical experience including, but not limited to, creating, maintaining & monitoring relationships with clinical internships sites & supervisors; all policies & procedures regarding clinical internship; any necessary training of internship supervisors; and comprehensive evaluations of student interns and supervisors. Additionally, the Clinical Coordinator documents the official verification of MFT Clinical Hours Completion to the Registrar before any MFT can graduate. In addition, the Clinical Coordinator serves as the Client Rights Specialist for The Family Center.
The Clinical Coordinator is required to maintain a current Licensed Marriage & Family Therapy license through the WI DSPS.
Create and maintain positive working relationships with appropriate internship sites throughout the Madison area and, when appropriate, in other areas determined by student needs and interests
Screen all new internship placements for appropriateness, especially systems-based experience of the proposed supervisor and the practice environment
Annual vote by faculty on readiness for clinical internship Annual internship placement meeting for Cohort 1 & 2
Annual meeting with internship supervisors for Cohort 1 & 2
Maintain regular contact with all internships to verify continuing compliance with departmental standards, policies & procedures
Review interns' progress via on-site evaluations which occur minimally as mid-point and final evaluations with each student and site supervisor
Maintain copies of student evaluations and of student evaluations of clinical supervisors as required by COAMFTE accreditation standards
Conduct Satisfaction Surveys with Site Supervisors regarding interns
Assist Program Director with COAMFT Annual Report in relation to internship
Supervision & Supervisory Collaboration
Provide overview and direction for all clinical supervisors to insure high quality professional supervision for MFT student interns, in compliance with WI State Statutes and COAMFTE standards
Consult with student interns and their site supervisors concerning any issues/problems/concerns which may arise
When non-routine issues arise make special site-visit reviews to discuss and diffuse any specific problems
Supervise any interns who need additional supervision in their placements, including community-based clinics/agencies as well as The Family Center
Conduct Thinking Systemically Workshop
Conduct workshops the first Saturday following the beginning of the fall and spring semesters
Workshop will focus on systemic thinking, active listening, and questioning
Conduct the workshop ‘How to write a CV?’
Will conduct a workshop once or twice per year, as needed
Focus will be on how to write a CV, cover letter, interviewing skill building, etc.
Student Representative Advisor
Present information at Departmental Meetings
Student Advising (1 of 3 MFT Student Advisors)
Answer student questions regarding clinical year, as needed
Confirm completion of courses and clinical hours
Confirm and provide final verification of MFT Clinical Hours Completion to the Assistant Registrar, as official MFT authorization for each student to graduate
Representation of Edgewood MFT in Professional Organizations/Events
Could include: Annual State conferences
AAMFT National Conference attendance, as required
Other meetings/activities as assigned
Serve as Client Rights Specialist for The Family Center
Review client complaints, including meeting with clients, and TFC Director, as necessary
Write 1st level Decision per WI DHS CRS Program Guidelines
Respond to state level inquiries, if necessary
Possible teaching/subbing responsibilities, as needed
Necessary Education or Work Experience:
Master's degree or above in Marriage and Family Therapy with teaching and clinical experience
Licensed to practice psychotherapy in the State of Wisconsin
AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervisor Candidate
Commitment to work in a team
Commitment to promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural competence in an educational and work
Edgewood College, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. Candidates must demonstrate multicultural competence — the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways. Applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations including women and racial and ethnic minorities are especially encouraged to apply. The selected candidate must actively support the mission of the College by working with faculty, staff and students to share in our core values — truth, compassion, justice, partnership, and community.
To apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and references to:
Human Resources – CMFT
1000 Edgewood College Drive
Madison, WI 53711
Equal Opportunity Employer
Internal Number: CMFT
About Edgewood College
he city of Madison is generally regarded as one of the best places to live and raise a family in America. Home to three lakes, Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, and Lake Wingra, Madison is a haven for all types of outdoor enthusiasts, including boaters, sailors, and bikers. As the capital, Madison is the seat of state government. It’s also home to the state’s major public university. Its public and private schools offer education that is superior.
As a member of our community of learners, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in our retirement program, tuition remission for yourself and your family, and a variety of highly valued fringe benefits
We offer a generous leave program in case one is in need of personal or family care. In addition, the College adjusts hours in the summer to allow staff to have Friday afternoons off.
Between health care programs, dental care, insurance and other intangible benefits, the total compensation package at Edgewood College is outstanding. It all adds up to a great place for a career of service to our students.
Edgewood College administers all employment practices without discrimination to ensure equal treatment of employees regardless o...f gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, color, creed, national origin or ancestry age, disability, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law. These practices include, but are not limited to, those pertaining to recruitment, hiring, transfers, promotions, tuition remissions, compensation, benefits, terminations, and selection for College-sponsored training.