Project Manager to Lead the Emotionally Healthy Leaders Initiative
School: Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week
Exempt Status: Exempt
Students and learners enrolled at Fuller often go on to become leaders in a variety of ecclesiastical and secular organizations. However, it is not uncommon for these students and learners to lack the psychological and spiritual maturity needed to become effective leaders. Recognizing this, the Fuller School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy (SOPMFT), in partnership with generous donors, seeks to build upon Fuller's existing programs and leverage Fuller's extensive resources (including, but not limited to, Fuller Psychological and Family Services, FPFS, the clinic of SOPMFT), to equip students and future Christian leaders to: learn the principles of emotional health and well-being; gain personal insights; deepen their most cherished relationships; and bring healthy, psychologically mature spiritual leadership to the roles they will assume in churches, organizations, and communities. Fuller is looking to hire a project manager to lead this initiative.
- Develop a plan to implement the mission and strategy of Clifford and Joyce Penner Fund for the Formation of Emotionally Healthy Leaders (whose mission/strategy was developed in close cooperation with FPFS).
- This mission/strategy includes an evaluation of incoming students who agree to a psychological assessment; expanding mental health resources to treat students (including online students); and eventually expanding resources to learners around the world.
- The resources related to the above include psychological assessment and associated recommendations, psychotherapy, and psycho-educational training.
- Conducing annual program evaluation of this initiative and making modifications as necessary.
Knowledge, Interests, and Skills Preferred:
- PsyD or PhD or DMFT degree
- Licensed in California to practice psychology or marriage and family therapy
- Knowledgeable about, and experience administering, various psychological assessment tools
- Experience with leading project teams
- Experience interfacing and coordinating with a variety of stakeholders at multiple levels
- Experience conducting program evaluations
- This position is subject to a background check
- If hired, candidate must sign Fuller's Statement of Faith and abide by Fuller's Community Standards
- Compensation includes: Salary + comprehensive health/retirement/vacation benefits.
- Expected start date: No later than November 1, 2020
- Reports to the SOPMFT Dean and works closely with the FPFS Director of Training
Fuller Theological Seminary is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. To the extent required by law, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. As a religious institution, Fuller Theological Seminary is permitted and reserves the right to prefer employees or prospective employees for certain positions on the basis of religion.