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CAMFT is currently hiring for two part-time Educational Outreach Liaisons to interface with universities, colleges, and clinics to support and recruit pre-licensed CAMFT members. Ideally these positions will be remote and based in either the Los Angeles or San Francisco Bay areas. See below for full job description, and email resume and letter of interest to

Position Title:
Educational Outreach Liaison

Compensation and Hours:
Remote Position, 20 - 30 hours per week
Compensation Range: $28 - $33.50 per hour
                                     Full Benefits plus 401K provided at 25 hours per week

Basic Function:
This part-time, remote position establishes and maintains fruitful relationships with universities and colleges with MFT programs, as well as clinics and community institutions who employ pre-licensees, in order to support and recruit pre-licensed CAMFT members. Responsible for marketing and maintaining public perception of CAMFT as a mental health thought-leader and provider of invaluable services to both pre-licensee and clinical members. Also responsible for supporting the Clinical Communications team by assisting with the production of The Therapist magazine, electronic communications, social media communications, web-based communications and continuing education offerings and events.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Work with Managing Director of Clinical Affairs to develop educational outreach programs
  • Promote membership recruitment and retention by converting prospects to new memberships/li>
  • Work with Executive Director, Managing Director of Clinical Affairs, and other staff to develop quantifiable targets for member recruitment
  • Nurture new and existing relationships with Universities, Faculty, Training Agencies, and other mental health partners and stakeholders
  • Schedule and implement regular outreach presentations and events
  • Assist in the organization of special events, including conferences and training events
  • Speak effectively before groups of students, pre-licensees, consortium members, and clinicians
  • Work with team to develop additional projects when Universities are not in session, including
    • Writing newsletter articles, magazine articles and other communications
    • Assist with social media and Facebook page content
  • Stay up-to-date on CAMFT events and social developments relevant to CAMFT members
  • Be responsive to home office in San Diego through both teleconference and occasional in-person meetings
  • Meet defined performance goals/li>
  • Regular and punctual attendance required to meet essential function of job responsibilities
  • Perform other activities as assigned

Qualifications & Technical Skills:

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) strongly preferred
  • Master’s degree required
  • Experience in written / oral communications, public relations or related fields
  • Extensive experience speaking / presenting in both intimate settings and to large groups
  • One-year experience working in the area of community development, preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, including writing skills
  • Comfortable working on-the-road, 2 to 3 days per week
  • Detail oriented and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Able to work independently and yet communicate and collaborate with colleagues at the home office
  • Knowledge of social media and other outreach platforms
  • 2 to 3 days of travel per week; 25% of travel will be overnight
  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, proof of insurance required

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