HUMAN SERVICES CENTER
POSITION VACANCY

CLASSIFICATIONSchool Based Mental Heath- Masters Level Clinician Part-Time
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Provides individual, group, and family therapy using best practice models of treatment.
  •  Coordinates schedules in multiple service locations to maximize direct care availability to meet the outpatient counseling needs of various school sites.
  •  Performs all Child and Family Outpatient Therapist duties at any and all sites in which the agency is affiliated.
  •  Performs intake assessments, completes initial treatment/service plans related to intake assessment and completes staffing/referral procedures as required by agency.
  • Provides age and cultural appropriate psycho educational theme groups such as social skills, conflict resolution, problem solving, and identification of emotion.
  •  Participates as a therapist in the multidisciplinary treatment team meetings and facilitates treatment based upon client’s treatment plan and treatment team recommendations.
  •  Maintains accurate clinical documentation in clinical record to include daily contact/progress notes, treatment plans, treatment plan/clinical reviews and coordinated service interactions related to the individual’s treatment.
  • Performs any Case management activities which ensure, expedite, as well as delineate services to assigned clients of this staff member as primary therapist. Case management activities include treatment team meetings/supervision; collateral interviews; meetings with other community agencies; schools; professionals and the CASSP system.
  •  Attends program meetings, division meetings, committee meetings, and training on an as needed basis determined by the Program Supervisor.
  •  Attends staff meetings on an as needed basis to address treatment issues to be coordinated with education staff and weekly supervisory sessions with Program Supervisor.
  • Is responsible for completing consultation services with whom the agency establishes contracts for consultation services.
  • Consultation services consist of classroom observation, and meeting with school personal, students, and/or parents to provide consultation, recommendations, and referrals in relation to the behavioral and mental health needs of students identified by the school.
  •  Performs any related duties as may be required or request by the Executive Director and/or his designee.
REQUIREMENTS
  1. Masters Degree in psychology, social work, or related field. Post graduate experience
  2. with children and adolescents preferred. Licensed/license eligible Mental Health Professional preferred.
  3. Ability to work with diverse population of children/adolescents, families and school personnel.
  4.  Must be flexible, highly organize, and able to coordinate schedules in multiple service locations.
  5. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, collateral agencies, and school district personnel.
  6.  Maintains ethical standards of the role of a Mental Health Clinician as based on the American Psychological and/or National Association of Social Workers Guidelines for professional standards and boundaries.
  7.  Applicants must be available to work at least 80 percent of requested days.
  8. Act 33, Act 34, FBI Clearances.

LOCATION:  Lawrence County Schools - Primary Assignment - unless otherwise specified for Outpatient Services

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