Post-Doc - Richmond (part time)
Rubicon transforms communities by equipping low-income East Bay residents to break the cycle of poverty. We believe community transformation is best accomplished when led by residents themselves, and our program offers participants the opportunity to become change agents in their community. By strengthening their own financial, social and health situation, participants emerge ready to act as leaders in community and civic life. Their personal successes will have a ripple effect, benefiting their family and broader community.
We are seeking a part-time post-doc to provide high quality mental health services for individuals participating in the CalWORKS’ program. We will provide supervision so the candidate can earn 1500 hours for licensure. (Expected schedule: 16 hours/week)
Provide psychotherapeutic clinical services: Includes diagnosis, individual and group therapy, and crisis intervention.
Paperwork: Requires timely completion of charting and paperwork.
* To perform successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The responsibilities listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these duties.
- Solid clinical experience and expertise
- Understanding of and familiarity with the ethical and legal issues related to the practice of psychotherapy
- Must be a graduate of a PhD or PsyD program
To apply, email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Cover letter describing your interest, qualifications for this position and salary expectations
Rubicon Employment Application
Submissions lacking any of the documents above will not be considered
This position is open until filled and may be closed at any time
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