MFT Internship Director / Assistant Professor, Marriage & Family Therapy Program

Job Posted: 02/6/2019
Job Type: Faculty
Location: NYC

Nyack College invites applicants for the Full-Time position of MFT Internship Director / Assistant Professor to join the Faculty in its COAMFTE accredited Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Nyack College is a multi-cultural institution that represents the diverse tapestry of the New York City Metropolitan Area. Distinctives of the Program include a focus on self-of-the-therapist training, spiritual integration of clinical work, and Clinical Observation as part of the student Internship experience (i.e., students observing faculty, from behind a one-way mirror, as they conduct individual, couple and family therapy). As a Christian institution, applicants are sought who are respectful and supportive of the spiritual mission of Nyack College. More information about the school and Program may be found at


Doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy or in a closely related field (strongly prefer graduates from a COAMFTE-accredited program); AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervision Candidate; license-eligible in NY as an LMFT; graduate teaching experience (preferred, not required). Strong administrative and organizational skills are required.

Job Description

The MFT Internship Director is classified as Administrative Faculty, with an 11-month appointment per academic year. Half of the responsibilities involve direct oversight of the Clinical Internship segment of the MFT Program. Applicants should possess strong administrative and organizational skills. The Internship Director is the primary liaison between student interns and numerous Internship Sites located throughout the NY City metropolitan area. S/he has direct oversight (i.e. collection, and review) of Supervisor Evaluations for each MFT Intern. The other half of the Internship Director’s responsibilities includes a combination of teaching, supervision, and student advisement.

Application Instructions

For more information about the position (starting September 2019) please contact Dr. Andrew T. Mercurio, MFT Program Director and chair of the search committee at Submit applications to Dr. Mercurio with “MFT Faculty Search” in the subject line. Applications must include a statement of interest, curriculum vita, and complete contact list for at least three references. Samples of scholarly work, including publications, are welcome. Application review will be ongoing until the position is filled.