Clinical Supervisor, Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) - LCSW Required

Job Type

Full Time

Published

08/29/2018

Address

413 East 120th Street
New York
New York
10035
United States

Description

Job Announcement

STEPS to End Family Violence

Clinical Supervisor, Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP)


Agency Description:


STEPS To End Family Violence (STEPS) - founded in 1986 by the legendary Sister Mary Nerney - offers a variety of innovative, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive programming focused on the prevention of intimate partner violence; advocacy and healing for survivors; as well as increasing awareness of the epidemic of gender-based violence; and transforming the rhetoric and institutions that sustain such violence. 


Position Summary


A leading organization in the fight against relationship abuse and teen dating violence since 1996, STEPS is seeking a skilled Clinical Supervisor for the Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP).

The RAPP Clinical Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the school-based RAPP Clinicians and working toward the program mandate to prevent and address all forms of abuse, harassment and bullying in a school setting.

RAPP implements at designated middle and high schools, providing education and counseling around issues of relationship abuse, gender-based violence, healthy relationships, and a wide range of related topics. 


Core Responsibilities:

  • Provide weekly individual and group supervision to clinicians serving NYC Middle Schools and High Schools
  • Provide managerial oversight to team members
  • Provide crisis consultation around clinical issues such as suicide assessments and safety planning
  • Oversee the design and implementation of summer program
  • Provide continued supervision throughout summer program on emerging clinical issues
  • Provide oversight of RAPP curriculum development
  • Attend various stakeholder meetings and events
  • Ensure that all staff maintain accurate and timely case records


Qualifications:                                                

  • LCSW required
  • Experience working in schools
  • Experience conducting suicide and safety assessments
  • Certification in SIFI course preferred


Skills & Competencies:

  • Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence, teen relationship abuse issues, and adolescent development
  • Deep interest in and commitment to excellent clinical work
  • Proficiency working with individuals of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles
  • Exceptional interpersonal, speaking, and writing skills and the ability to apply these skills in diverse situations
  • Outstanding leadership and organizational skill set
  • Passion for incorporating reflective practice around issues of race, oppression, and diversity into clinical work
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible and work as a team member as well as independently


Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual Spanish is preferred

Professional Level

Managerial

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree


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