THERAPIST/CLINICAL DIRECTOR BI-LINGUAL


Job Type

Full Time

Published:

05/16/2018

Address

Wilmington
CA
United States

Description

POSITIONTherapist/Clinical Director

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

DESCRIPTION

The Clinical Director is either a licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Psychologist who through preparation and work experience, demonstrates a high degree of clinical competence in the treatment of child abuse neglect. Provides clinical supervision to staff, trainee, and interns in the areas of social work, case management, outreach, and mental health counseling. Clinical programs will follow the standards of the Behavioral Board of Science. Clinical Director will make recommendations that enhance services, oversee quality assurance and maintain and build relationships with community organizations. Clinical Director will also provide therapy to clients.


RESPONSIBILITIES

The Clinical Director is responsible for the provision of all direct services in a multi-faceted community based prevention and treatment program for at-risk families. This includes managing on-site therapy, home based services, adult/child therapy, family therapy, conjoint therapy, support groups, play therapy, assessment and case management. Assure clinical program trainees/interns and staffs adhere to agency protocols and guidelines of Behavioral Board of Science.


The Clinical Director


·        Is a behavioral model of expert practice, transmitting clinical expertise to others through demonstration and training

·        Ensures continuation of high quality professional and paraprofessional treatment service as defined by agency practices, procedures and policies

·        Plans, implements and monitors clinical programs

·        Develops and maintains community resource systems

·        Plans and coordinates new counselor recruitment and evaluation programs

·        Plans, coordinates and evaluates counselor training programs

·        Coordinates and attends clinical and multidisciplinary meetings

·        Coordinates staff training under direction of the Executive Director

·        Provides crisis intervention support to counselors and staff

·        Makes clinical assessments including identification of basic child safety issues and application of appropriate interventions

·        Manages and oversees processes for identification of client physical and mental health needs, as well as developmental, social, cultural, educational, and nutritional needs and application of appropriate interventions

·        Manages and oversees processes for developing treatment plans within the multidisciplinary case planning team

·        Engages case conferencing with multidisciplinary team members, including at a minimum: county child welfare workers and law enforcement personnel, mental health and health care, adjunct agencies, schools, and the family unit

·        Provides therapy and treatment for individuals and families, as needed and appropriate

·        Collaborates with other services providers involved with the clients and the agency

·        Manages contracts and grants as it relates to the clinical department

·        Formulates and monitors department budgets


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

 

·        Licensed professional (MFT, LCSW, Ph. D. Psy. D.).

·        Five years experience in clinical management and supervision, with at least three years experience managing clinical treatment services for child abuse and neglect

·        Demonstrated assessment, diagnostic and clinical management skills

·        Excellent communication/interaction skills with a variety of clients and coworkers

·        Experience working with diverse cultural and ethnic populations

·        Experience in case managing behavioral and problem solving approaches

·        Has capacity to develop team-based and supportive relationships with clinical staff.


DOCUMENTATION


·        Manages and oversees project reporting

·        Oversees intake and assessment processes for all clients

·        Responsible for quality assurance


GENERAL


·        Maintain positive relations with SBCC staff

·        Support agency policies

·        Maintain confidentiality in matters of clients, personnel and agency operations

·        Complete assignments as required

·        Exercise good judgement in performance of duties and responsibilities

·        Work flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends

·        Reliable transportation, insurance, and valid driver’s license

·        Participate in agency wide events


BI-LINGUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH REQUIRED


Submit resumes to ccesarz@sbaycenter.com

Level of Language Proficiency

BI-LINGUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH REQUIRED

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply


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