• Fieldwork Placement

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Posted Date 2 months ago(4/25/2018 9:48 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1610
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Fieldwork Placement
  • Overview

    Graduate Fieldwork Placements follow a standard school year schedule beginning in the fall and ending in the spring/early summer.  First year students are required to work at least 16 hours per week and second year students are required to work at least 16 hours per week and second year students are required to work 20-24 hours per week.  Exact schedules are decided on with the supervising clinician according to the students’ availability and the program’s needs.

     

    Seneca is committed to hiring and maintaining a culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce that is reflective of the local client/student community. 


    Students are provided with the following opportunities:

    • An intensive orientation to Seneca’s population served, values, philosophy, and practice at the beginning of their fieldwork placement.
    • An opportunity to conduct hands-on fieldwork
    • Training and supervision focused on the Seneca treatment model.
    • Multiple and varying training opportunities presented on a wide range of topics applicable to working with children and their families.
    • Weekly supervision provided by a Seneca Clinician with an appropriate degree or license.
    • Weekly group supervision when applicable to the student’s fieldwork agreement.
    • Be part of an agency dedicated to helping provide permanent families to allow the children to thrive.


    To Apply: You will need to complete the Fieldwork Matching Form and attach it to your online application. To begin your online application, click the "Apply Now" button on this page.

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