The Doe Fund is a leading New York City non-profit organization that operates the enormously visible Ready, Willing & Able program, whose participants clean over 160 miles of streets and sidewalk every day. With a $50 million budget, 400 staff members and 46,000 individual donors, The Doe Fund is nationally acclaimed as a work-based model for solving homelessness and criminal recidivism. We empower people to break the cycles of homelessness, welfare dependency, substance abuse, and incarceration through innovative work and housing programs.
We are currently seeking a Clinical Coordinator to join our growing team for a permanent housing program for people living with HIV/ AIDS.
Provide clinical and administrative supervision to members of the Clinical team.
Conduct regular supervision (individual and group) with the members of the Clinical team and maintain an accurate record of each supervisory meeting.
Review applications from the HIV/AIDS Service Administration (HASA) and set up interviews for prospective residents of A Better Place.
Facilitate admission meetings with the Clinical team to discuss prospective move-ins.
Assist Program Director with the Aids Institute Monthly Report; provide statistics for HASAs Monthly Report.
Conduct regular chart audits to assure compliance with the standards of The Doe Fund, HIV/AIDS Institute, HASA, and HPD.
Co-facilitate team meetings and case conferences.
Maintain a directory of resources on HIV/AIDS services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health treatment.
Collaborate with all departments as it relates to the residents; assist in coordinating care and referrals with community agencies and hospitals.
Develop psychosocial assessments for each resident.
Assist with the development of quality assurance guidelines and procedures for the Clinical team.
Responsible for performance appraisals of Clinical staff.
Attend all administrative meetings in the absence of Program Director.
Serve as Chief Administrator in the absence of Program Director.
Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.
A Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university. LMSW preferred.
Minimum of three years of post Masters experience, 1-2 years of which should include supervisory experience.
Ideal candidate must have working knowledge of HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Illness and homelessness. In addition, candidate should be comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals.
Solid computer skills - Internet, Microsoft Office, and charting database.
Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus.
The Doe Fund is a fast paced, energetic, dynamic environment that employs people with strategic and innovative ideas. We offer a competitive salary with full benefits including: medical, dental, 401k, vacation, personal and sick time, etc.