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The Danielsen Institute at Boston University Hiring for Assistant Director of Training


The Danielsen Institute (www.bu.edu/danielsen) is seeking a full-time Assistant Director of
Training (ADoT), who will work closely with the Institute’s Director of Training in overseeing
the clinical training programs at the Danielsen Institute.  The ADoT will also provide
approximately 17 hours per week of billable clinical services, provide clinical supervision to
Institute training fellows, and serve as a clinical seminar leader. Other responsibilities include
assisting with orientation of new training fellows, developing and overseeing training hours and
expectations, communicating with external partners such as schools of social work, organizing
and facilitating training fellow selection processes, tracking training fellow seminar attendance,
facilitating fellows’ evaluations, coordinating with the administrative team around monthly
training reports and other aspects of training administration, tracking regulations and licensing
requirements, assisting with training curriculum, and supporting the clinical supervisory team.
The position is approximately 60% clinical service and 40% training and administration. Salary
range is $70k-$80k with full University benefits based on experience and fit. Interested
applicants can contact George Stavros, Executive Director, at [email protected]
Education/Licensure: Masters in Social Work or Doctorate (Ph.D, Psy.D, Ed.D) in Psychology
or; licensed or license-eligible in Massachusetts as either L.I.C.S.W. or Health Service Provider
Psychologist.


Experience: Minimum two (2) years of experience as a clinician in a mental health setting.
The Albert and Jessie Danielsen Institute at Boston University is comprised of an outpatient
community mental health clinic, clinical and research training programs, and the Center for the
Study of Religion and Psychology. The Institute is committed to excellence in clinical care,
training, research, community education, and creative interdisciplinary exploration of spirituality
and mental health. Its mission is to “alleviate suffering and promote healing, growth, and
change.”


Boston University is an internationally recognized institution of higher education and one of the
largest independent universities in the United States. Founded in 1869, Boston University is
considered to be one of the nation’s premier research institutions and teaching hospitals, with
nearly 10,000 faculty, researchers, and staff across seventeen schools and colleges.