In conjunction with the Residential Supervisor, provide leadership to program staff by supervising and monitoring individual treatment planning for emotionally and/or behaviorally challenged youth and their families.
A. Demonstrates leadership by coordinating the multi-disciplinary treatment team process.
- $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS!
- This is a 40 hour, salaried position
B. Assists in the development of service plans by promoting the ongoing involvement of children and their families.
C. Assists by providing information relevant to service provisions, gaps in service and overall program management.
D. Assists the Program Director and the Clinical Coordinator by monitoring and evaluating treatment service plan achievement and overall program success.
E. Represents the organization in a positive manner, both externally in the community and internally with staff.
F. Meets organization’s goals by ensuring the timely development of a child-centered, family-focused plan of treatment and the submission of timely and accurate documentation.
G. Assists clinical staff by coordinating a comprehensive assessment of residents’ needs.
H. Responsible for meeting program goals by ensuring the monitoring and evaluating of client progress and services.
I. Works with the director by assisting in the development and utilization of performance-based objectives.
J. Maintains program objectives by participating in the assessment of imminent danger and the resolution of crisis and other emergency situations.
K. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.
L. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
M. Maintains historical records by documenting treatment events.
N. Treats residents by using clinical techniques and therapies, monitoring development, and evaluating and adjusting treatment collaborating with other specialists.
O. Provides direct service through individual, group and family treatment.
P. Demonstrates an understanding of the organization’s safety policies and practices by attending required safety programs and reporting all accidents and suspected safety hazards to supervisor. Education Requirements
- Master's degree in social work, psychology, clinical counseling or other comparable mental health and human service professions.
- Licensed LCSW, LCPC, LCSW-cc, LCPC-c. General Requirements
- Valid state driver's license.
- Experience in a residential-based service system preferred. Benefits