A full time, exempt status position responsible for the supervision of Licensed Clinicians, assessment, diagnosis, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and support services for veterans enrolled in the Hope for Veterans VA Grant and Per Diem transitional housing program.
- Provides supervision of Licensed Clinicians.
- Provides services including assessment, evaluation, recovery planning, case conferences, referrals for adjunctive services, family meetings, group psychotherapy, individual psychotherapy, veteran advocacy, and linkage to community resources.
- Support veterans who may be experiencing symptoms related to mental illness, grief, post-traumatic stress, unwanted behaviors, relationship problems, or substance use.
- Ensures safety of the veterans in the program.
- Ensures accuracy and consistency with the agencies fiscal and billing procedures.
- Develops recovery support groups and other activities to meet veteran needs.
- Transports veterans in agency vehicles in a safe, cautious and responsible manner.
- Provides medication education.
- Documents service delivery, maintains accurate and timely clinical documentation, and upholds veteran confidentiality.
- Participates in all appropriate employee, supervision, and training meetings.
- Functions as a team member: facilitating groups, participating in program activities, communicating all relevant information to other team members, and covering co-workers duties as needed.
- Assumes other duties as assigned by the Veteran Housing Director and Senior Leadership.
- Master’s degree from accredited college or university Social Work, Psychology or a related field
- Knowledge of veterans’ issues, mental illness, addiction, and/or homelessness required.
- Must possess a current NJ LCSW or LPC licensure and a clinical supervision certification.
- Licensed Social Workers may provide clinical social work services under the supervision of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Clinical social work services include clinical assessment, clinical consultation, and psychotherapeutic counselling as defined in NJAC 13:44G-1.2.
- Strong verbal and written communications skills; customer service oriented with ability to interact professionally with culturally and linguistically diverse staff and external stakeholders.
- Strong time management, organizational, writing, interpersonal, and communications skills.
- Must be well organized, a self-started, and able to work as a member of a team.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license, with a good driving record.
- Proficient in Windows and MS Office Suite.
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