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Teaching Faculty - Surrey Community Counselling Clinic Director

Simon Fraser University

The Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, seeks applications for a full-time continuing Lecturer position / teaching faculty member in the Counselling Psychology program, who will serve as the Director of the SFU Surrey Community Counselling Centre (SCC).
Start date: September 1, 2024

Qualifications
• Doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology or related field
• Minimum 5 years clinical practice with children, youth and families
• Minimum 5 years experience conducting clinical supervision of graduate students
• Experience with telehealth and technology related to supervision
• Experience working with clients of diverse and marginalized backgrounds including Indigenous and newcomer clients, and capacity to practice and supervise from a multicultural social justice perspective
• Able to contribute to Faculty priorities of Equity, Indigeneity and Inquiry
• Registration with BC College of Psychologists, or eligibility to register, or Certified Supervisor with CCPA or BCACC

Assets
• Knowledge and proficiency with technology involving recording and viewing of sessions and technology-related ethical concerns
• Knowledge of Surrey-based social and health services and/or schools
• Experience developing or delivering psychotherapy groups with a strengths and resilience-based approach

Responsibilities
• Teach a minimum of 2 courses/ year or equivalents
• Oversee Counselling Psychology graduate program admissions process
• Oversee all administration and operation of the SCC
• Year-round presence in the SCC, to liaise with the Surrey Anti-Gang Family Empowerment (SAFE) project, requiring up to 3.5 days onsite/week
• Train and supervise the work of the clinic support staff
• Ensure referral database is maintained
• Supervise or conduct screening interviews and book client appointments
• Develop and maintain referral networks in the community
• Provide student orientation to clinic operation and procedures
• Monitor student work in the clinic
• Ensure client records are maintained and stored in accordance with ethical standards and legal requirements
• Coordinate with faculty and program’s academic coordinator regarding any remediation plans for graduate students whose performance is unsatisfactory
• Contribute to the Counselling Psychology program operations and development to promote alignment of program’s clinical and academic training
• Provide psychotherapy (individual and family) to children, youth and families referred to the SCC
• Supervise Master’s level counselling trainees as they conduct psychoeducation and psychotherapy individually or in groups with children, youth and families at the SCC
• Support EDUC 799/800 (Clinic) Instructors (Supervisors)
• Represent SFU SCC as clinical training center and consult with other Canadian Masters training centers for best practices
• Liaise with the Surrey Anti-Gang Family Empowerment (SAFE) program, staff and practicum for SCC policies and scheduling

Located in the Greater Vancouver area, SFU’s Faculty of Education is committed to scholarly excellence, leading-edge pedagogy, innovative curriculum, engagement with teachers, and a participatory democratic culture. We offer programs on three campuses in Burnaby, Surrey, and downtown Vancouver – https://www.sfu.ca and work with learning communities, school districts, institutions of higher education and industry partners throughout British Columbia. The Faculty has an outstanding record in research grants and publications, and in the design and delivery of innovative community-based programs in teacher education and professional development. As a relatively small, generalist counsellor education program, we seek candidates who are able to contribute in these areas and have interests in education across disciplinary boundaries, in keeping with the non-departmental organization of the Faculty.

SFU is a university that serves students of diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic and international origins and, therefore, interests and or experience in working in multicultural and international settings with students of diverse backgrounds is a desired attribute of applicants.

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants are asked to email four separate files (Word or PDF) to educ_appointments@sfu.ca:
1. A signed application letter that describes the applicant’s qualifications and teaching experience, and potential contributions to the wider Faculty.
2. A current curriculum vitae.
3. The names and contact information of three referees. Please do not ask referees to send letters of reference in advance.
4. A scholarly publication.

Deadline for applications is June 30, 2024. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Faculty salaries at SFU are based on the salary scales bargained between the University and the SFU Faculty Association. A reasonable estimate of the salary range for a continuing full-time lecturer position is $84,049 – $98,057. The University and the SFU Faculty Association have recently reached a new agreement. New salary scales will be released as soon as possible. To access the most up-to-date salary scales, please refer to the Faculty Relations website here.

Simon Fraser University is an institution whose strength is based on our shared commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Diversity is an underlying principle of our Strategic Vision, which pledges SFU to “foster a culture of inclusion and mutual respect, celebrating the diversity reflected among its students, faculty, staff and our community.” SFU is committed to ensuring no individual is denied access to employment opportunities for reasons unrelated to ability or qualifications. Consistent with this principle, SFU will advance the interests of underrepresented members of the work force, including Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, racialized persons and women; embrace gender and sexual diversity; ensure that equal opportunity is afforded to all who seek employment at the University; and treat all employees equity.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Under the authority of the University Act, personal information that is required by the University for academic appointment competitions will be collected. For further details see the Collection Notice.