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MFT LPCC Program Coordinator (California) Job Description

Job Summary

This is a part-time position, reporting to the Dean of the School of Psychology and Counseling and to the site Director. The Program Coordinator (PC) is responsible for developing, coordinating, supervising, and updating the MFT/Mental Health Counseling/Psychological Counseling programs in California, including the following:

  • Licensed LPCC 60 credits
  • Psychological Studies 36 credits
  • Marriage and Family Therapy 60 credits

During this contract period, the PC’s teaching load will be determined by the Dean of SOPC. Performance in both teaching and institutional service will be reviewed annually.

Duties and Responsibilities

The PC is expected to participate fully in departmental and institutional activities including meetings, planning days, student orientations, graduation and departmental projects, and assisting and marketing and publicizing of the program to potential students as outlined in the faculty contract.

Responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following duties:

  • Teach not more than 18 credit hours per academic year
  • Serve as PC of all the programs listed above
  • Prepare new program materials as indicated
  • Attend School of Psychology and Counseling Orientations
  • Attend Program Information Nights
  • Attend Meetings with students needing advising
  • Attend New Faculty Orientation
  • Attend Academic Council meetings
  • Attend Faculty Forum
  • Attend Faculty Planning Day
  • Attend Community events
  • Attend School of Psychology and Counseling Faculty meetings
  • Attend weekly School of Psychology and Counseling PC meetings
  • Work on new program development with other mental health settings as deemed appropriate
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Develop marketing strategies for the programs
  • Conduct Information sessions for potential applicants
  • Hire MFT and LPCC faculty
  • Manage Admissions Committee meetings
  • Coordinate student advising for the above programs


The PC must be licensed as an MFT and LPCC in California. In addition, the PC should have 5+ years of clinical supervision and teaching experience, should be a seasoned clinician in order to understand the experience of interns placed at clinical sites, and should have the demeanor and temperament to work under pressure with adult learners. The candidate should be available to work evenings and weekends, when teaching and advising is done. The candidate should be experienced in clinical program development, and should be familiar with academic settings. Strong writing skills are essential. Evidence will be required of the ability to communicate effectively with credentialing boards and agencies.


Commensurate with the qualifications of the candidate.


To apply please forward cover letter and resume to