About MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC)
MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC) catalyzes healing and well-being through psychedelic drug development, therapist training programs, and sales of prescription psychedelics while prioritizing public benefit above profit. Founded in 2014, MAPS PBC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
More information about the organization is available at https://mapspublicbenefit.com.
MAPS PBC is committed to the evolution of psychedelic healing modalities. We are building a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other. We value transparency, autonomy, experimentation, and kind, direct feedback. We welcome applicants who thrive in the midst of a growing organization that values science and healing.
We believe in diversity and inclusion of people of all backgrounds, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, educational backgrounds, arrest or conviction record, military and veteran status, religions, abilities, and perspectives. MAPS PBC values and seeks applicants who are people of color, queer, transgender, gender non-conforming, and gender fluid. MAPS PBC strives to continually improve upon the supportive, equitable, and accessible work environment.
Why work for MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC)?
MAPS PBC is a dispersed workforce that offers full-time employment in a dynamic remote work environment. This means our employees enjoy competitive salaries and benefits packages, as well as the comfort of working from their own homes. Through the conscious use of technology, we stay connected to our team members and professional community while, at the same time, enjoying the freedom of a remote environment.
We are committed to conscious leadership and an inclusive team dynamic. Our culture is one of mutual respect, responsibility, and trust. Our employees’ health and happiness are priorities, and we treat our staff like people, not numbers on a spreadsheet.
MAPS PBC is at the forefront of changing the way mental health issues are treated and is committed to bringing dignity and access to overcoming mental health challenges through the conscious use of psychedelics. We believe we are changing the world, and we want you to be a part of it.
The Clinical Supervision Program Manager develops and maintains programs that provide clinical supervision to clinicians delivering psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in a MAPS therapeutic model.
Reporting to the Director and Head of Training and Supervision, the Clinical Supervision Program Manager will develop robust and sustainable clinical supervision programs in preparation for regulatory approval and expansion of psychedelic-assisted therapies and oversee the delivery of clinical supervision in psychedelic clinical research protocols. The work of this role is vital in MAPS PBC’s commitment to growing patient access, clinical integrity, preparing a diverse and inclusive therapist workforce, and integrating equitable practices.
This is a remote position that requires a suitable home office with a private and quiet area to work. Secure internet and reliable phone reception are required. This position requires frequent phone and internet meetings. Certain home office expenses may be reimbursed. A work computer will be provided.
Occasional travel may be required.
Full time 40 hours per week. Applicants must be available 40 hours a week, during normal business hours (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Monday-Friday ). The exact schedule may be arranged upon hire. Occasional weekend hours may be required with advance arrangement.
- 5+ years experience with clinical practice, such as direct practice as a licensed psychotherapist or psychologist providing psychotherapy to clients, or administration in a clinical training, mental health service, or clinical supervision organization
- 2+ years experience in program and/or project management, including developing new programs in multi-site applications, managing timelines and projects, and creating policies and procedures
- Preferred experience with clinical research
- Demonstrate cultural awareness and humility, including a commitment to curiosity and self-reflection
- Demonstrate understanding of clinical standards of practice, clinical training, clinical supervision, licensing requirements, law and ethics related to mental health care
- Master’s or Doctorate level degree, preferably in field of Psychology
- 5+ years experience with clinical supervision, either as Supervisor, Supervisee and/or administrator in a clinical supervision program
Develop Clinical Supervision Program
- Develop program to deliver clinical supervision to clinicians entering into practice with newly approved psychedelic-assisted psychotherapies, with a focus on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy
- Design clinical supervision programs that satisfy MDMA Therapy Training Program certification requirements
- Develop individual, group, and peer supervision and consultation structures
- Develop procedures and policies governing clinical supervision and supervisory relationships in the MAPS modality
- Develop programs that meet clinical, training, and certification needs globally
MAPS Supervisor Training Program
- Develop and operate training program to prepare and certify supervisors working in a MAPS modality
- Recruit qualified supervisor candidates following established procedures
- Train supervisors on competencies of a MAPS supervisor working with psychedelic assisted therapies
- Support supervisors in gaining and growing cultural awareness, cultural humility, and self-reflection
- Train supervisors on ethical practices in clinical supervision
- Train supervisors on policies and procedures for clinical supervision
Certify MAPS Supervisors
- Oversee recruitment and training of supervisors in order to satisfy company goals for patient access, therapist training, diverse workforce, equitable practices, and delivery of care
Manage Clinical Supervision Programs Serving Clinical Research Protocols
- Develop supervision plans for select clinical research protocols involving psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy
- Support MAPS-sponsored and investigator-initiated trials
- Collaborate with Adherence Rating program
Coordinate Clinical Supervisor Pool
- Collaborate and consult with Mentor Supervisors
- Collaborate with and guide Associate Supervisors
- Develop resources to engage, support, and oversee MAPS Supervisors
- Facilitate regular supervisor meetings
- Develop ongoing education for MAPS Supervisors
- Develop contractual agreements and guidelines for supervisor scope of work and supervision relationships
- Monitor and support ethical practices in clinical supervision
Support Strategic Growth
- Collaborate with Director and Head of Training and Supervision on market access and training growth strategies, including international strategies
- Collaborate with outside organizations, community members, care providers, patients, advocates, and advisors
- Coordinate efforts with credentialing board initiatives and with consideration for existing regulations and industry standards
- Work with Director to develop long term goals and project plans to meet them
- Engage in creative solution thinking to adapt programs to various cultures, regions, and regulatory requirements
- Support inclusion, access, relevance, and integrity through individual work, management practices, and program design, delivery, and outcomes
- Self-starter who is excited about building, redesigning, and growing programs
- Familiarity with the work of MAPS, psychedelic therapy and MDMA-assisted psychotherapy
- Ability to work well remotely
- Healthy boundaries
- Enjoys working with others, seeks consultation and feedback, collaboration
- Compassionate and kind, supports teamwork and encourages others
- Demonstrate cultural awareness and curiosity, self-reflection and responsibility
- Able to navigate and self-regulate amidst emotionally intense material, topics, discussion
- Ability to represent the company and company values
- Self-reflection, willingness and interest in looking at one’s own actions and thoughts to develop deeper understanding, insight, and support positive growth
- Diplomatic, can facilitate meetings and discussions with multiple points of view, able to express an opinion while seriously considering other viewpoints
- Demonstrated discernment when handling ethical issues or sensitive situations
- Collaborative and inclusive attitude and actions
- Ability to work in fast paced environment, sometimes with competing priorities and multiple projects simultaneously
- Organized and able to manage tasks and time, able to assess and re-assess priorities
- Responsive and clear communicator, honest, transparent
- Proficient and comfortable working on the computer, video conference calls, emails, spreadsheets and digital work environments
- Passion and commitment to ethical care and the wellbeing of clients, patients, and people
FLSA Status: Exempt
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Full benefits package including medical, dental, and vision.