Employment Opportunities

We seek to advertise available openings of interest to social work students and social work graduates. Jobs are posted for 60 days, unless stated otherwise in the ad.  If you would like to post job opportunities to this website, please contact  Debra Evans with the following information included in your email:

  • full job description
  • title of organization and the job title
  • whether full or part-time, or seasonal/contract position
  • eligibility requirements for the position
  • contact information (name, address, phone, fax), so an applicant can submit their letter of interest

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CURRENT LISTINGS


Posted 2/14/2020

Jewish Family & Career Services

Senior Therapist

Reports to:  Senior Director of Programs

Position Type/Duration:  Full-time/as funded

Purpose:  To provide clinical services that promote client driven outcomes within a group practice and contribute to the operation of the clinical Program. 

Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide clinical services for individuals, couples, families and groups through a variety of modalities and evidence-based Practices.
  • Conduct psychosocial assessments, Diagnosis and treatment planning within the scope of clinical practice.
  • Maintain up-to-date client case records and outcomes measurement as mandated by internal policies and procedures, and by those with contracted organizations.
  • Provide LCSW supervision and collegial mentoring.
  • Provide crisis support to agency therapists and clients as needed.
  • Facilitate clinical peer supervision.
  • Case management and collateral contacts as indicated.
  • Represent the agency on community committees as requested.
  • Utilize after hours pager as determined by schedule.

 Agency Responsibilities: 

Attend and participate in scheduled staff meetings; record keeping according to procedures and practices of JFCS; keep time sheets; respect confidentiality of clients; participate as a team member in case review and planning and agency's activities.

Professional Development: 

Attend workshops and training sessions which have relevance to direct service delivery.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

csw, mft associate, lcsw/lmft licensure, with knowledge of psychodynamics, human relations, crisis intervention, psychopathology, and group dynamics.  possess ability to work as part of a team and appreciation of Jewish values.  Sensitive to culturally diverse clients and issues.

Physical Requirements

  • Tasks involve sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, bending, crouching, reaching and performing other physical requirements commensurate with demands of the position.
  • Manual dexterity to operate equipment in performance of duties.
  • Must have good vision (corrective lenses acceptable)
  • Must be able to hear (hearing aids acceptable)
  • Must be able to speak (express or exchange of information by means of spoken words).
  • May occasionally lift and/or carry/move up to 10 pounds.
  • Contact with internal and external customers, vendors, outside agencies and the general public.
  • Works in an office environment and sits for long periods of time.
  • May be required to work hours other than the regular schedule including nights, weekends, holidays and during emergencies

 

Respond by email to jobs@jfcslouisville.org.


Posted 2/14/2020

Centerstone of Kentucky

Principal Social Worker Oldham County

LSCW required

Full-time Employee

Contact: or 502-550-0588 ext. 1265

Apply on line https://centerstone.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CenterstoneCareers/job/KY---2141-Spencer-Court-LaGrange---93002/Principal-Social-Worker-Oldham-County_JR-005039

We believe working at Centerstone is more than just a job – it’s a purpose.
We offer a competitive salary, health, vision, and dental coverage and other highly competitive benefits like paid vacation, retirement plan options and more. We’re proud of the friendly and passionate culture our employees have created and the ongoing personal and career growth opportunities throughout our organization.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Performs clinical services including a variety of therapy programs and techniques such as group and individual therapy, family and marital therapy, expressive therapy, crisis intervention and management, psychodrama and problem solving.
  • Maintains and completes service documentation such as psychosocial assessments, case notes, case reviews, court reports, letters, etc., according to prescribed standards.
  • Conducts case reviews and determines current and future treatment and treatment planning, including after-care plans for clients completing treatment, based upon quantitative results and professional opinion of client progress.
  • Consults and collaborates with external agents including CHR, school officials, family members, physicians, and other health agencies, regarding organization's programs and client needs and conditions.
  • Attends and participates in staff meetings, treatment planning meetings, case conferences, and clinical seminars providing information relating to program administration and development.
  • Writes correspondence on behalf of clients and their families such as court reports, letters of recommendation, etc.
  • Conducts case presentations and consultations with other agencies regarding programs and services offered.
  • Conducts emergency evaluations of high-risk clients to determine level of treatment indicated and arranges for hospitalization, as needed.
  • Develops and coordinates clinical programs within division. 
  • The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

 EDUCATION

    • Master's degree in Social Work and LCSW. 
    • Compliance with Kentucky social work board statutes, laws and regulations on clinical practices.           

EXPERIENCE

    • Four to six years direct social work experience, including four years post-master's clinical social work.
    • Advanced knowledge of mental and physical characteristics of applicable population (e.g., growth and development and range of treatment needed), psychotherapy, human behavior, and related issues and community resources and CKY services.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Potential to undertake supervisory / leadership responsibilities.
    • Ability to handle case load with varying levels of client disability and need.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/REQUIREMENTS

    • Position has some unusual physical demands, including occasional exposure to threat of bodily harm from clients or their families
    • Normal work tasks may involve exposure to blood, body fluids or tissue.
    • Position at times may require incumbent to remain on twenty-four hour call.
    • Reliable transportation for frequent travel between work sites.
    • Within the bounds of their respective job descriptions, all staff are expected to exercise principle-centered leadership, focused on customer service responsiveness, with a continuous quality improvement orientation.  Additionally, all staff are expected to develop a working knowledge of and follow all policies and procedures related to safety management and other Joint Commission standards.

REQUIRED SKILLS/COMPETENCIES

      • Knowledge of normal growth and development and of culture/ethnicity relevant to age groups/populations served
      • Use results of assessments, reassessments, including client strengths and preferences, to construct a case conceptualization
      • Apply DSM 5 criteria to diagnose mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and/or substance use disorders
      • If substance use disorder is primary, assesses the readiness of client for treatment via stage of change
      • Utilize case conceptualization and problem areas to guide development and collaboration with clients to build individualized Treatment Plans
      • Utilize EBPs and clinical techniques in sessions
      • Measures client progress towards Treatment Plan goals and objectives throughout treatment course
      • Assess and manage client risk and additional adjunctive services with appropriate and congruent interventions and collaboration
      • Assess client’s measurable progress towards goals/minimum discharge criteria and discharging client when they have met minimum discharge criteria
      • Utilize Treatment Team and supervision to address client case conference needs
      • Manages client caseload and services to maximize direct care client time and reach expected productivity targets
      • Understand role of OTRs to appropriately represent client need for services required for authorization
      • If licensed and approved by respective Board to provide clinical supervision, provides Board approved clinical supervision to  non-licensed staff
      • Mentors staff members and serves as clinical resource for them
      • LCSW required

Posted 2/13/2020

New Hope Foster Homes, Inc.

Therapist

Therapist

Agency therapist will report directly to the clinical team, executive director, and agency administrator.  

Responsibilities shall include:

      • Carry a caseload of individual foster youth for individual or group sessions
      • Conduct comprehensive Psychosocial Assessment on incoming youth, to include interview with youth, information from CHFS worker and available family member(s), and a review of referral materials. 
      • Maintain ongoing clinical / treatment planning paperwork
      • Participate as a member of the agency treatment team
      • Reviews and if necessary, revises existing treatment related forms to capture information necessary to satisfy existing licensing and regulatory statutes, accreditation standards, and organizational needs.
      • Coordinate additional treatment services as deemed appropriate/necessary by the treatment team.
      • Provide foster parents with behavioral interventions per treatment plan
      • Meet with administrative staff to discuss clinical/therapeutic issues on an as needed basis.
      • Assist in the creation of mental health goals for youths Individual Treatment Plans 
      • Provide support, education, and crisis intervention to foster parents and youth when necessary.
      • Provide clinical/therapeutic interventions for the child/youth.
      • Demonstrate an understanding of the clinical issues and accreditation standards for the OIG & COA.
      • Attends trainings relevant to clinical issues and accreditation standards.
      • Participates in meetings when a child’s placement requires changing or to prevent a disruption from occurring.
      • Participate in treatment team meetings to review goals and progress of child toward treatment plan.
      • Provide support, education, and crisis intervention to foster parents and youth when necessary.

Qualifications

      • Masters Degree in a human services discipline
      • Have working experience in treatment of children with emotional or behavioral disabilities and their families
      • Understanding of trauma and abuse cycles
      • Demonstrate cultural competency of the community served
      • Maintain confidentiality at all times
      • Follow the appropriate code of ethics per licensure
      • Show professionalism in all agency activities
      • Demonstrated commitment to the agency mission, goals, and objectives Follow the NASW Code of Ethics

Contact: 

Gwenn Lansing, MSSW, Executive Director

New Hope Foster Homes, Inc.     

502.543.1497   newhopehomes@aol.com

 


Posted 2/12/2020

Family & Children's Place

https://familyandchildrensplace.applicantpool.com/internaljobs

https://familyandchildrensplace.applicantpool.com/   


Posted 2/12/2020

Heart 2 heart Wellness Center

Indiana (IN) licensed mental health therapists (LCSW or LPCC)

About Us

Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center is an inviting warm private practice with a holistic wellness approach to self-care. At H2H you will find mental health wellness, therapeutic yoga, healing touch massage and meditation classes to nurture wellbeing in the body, mind and spirit. The culture and environment at H2H is healthy, happy and relaxing with dedicated practitioners looking to help our clients move towards their best self and achieve personal goals. We are removing the stigma from mental health wellness and instead speaking a language of self-care. If this aligns with your style of practice, we look forward to you joining our team! H2H is located in New Albany, IN.

Job Description

H2H is looking for Indiana (IN) licensed mental health therapists (LCSW or LPCC) that are skilled at working with adults and children in an outpatient setting. You will have the unique opportunity to build your reputation as a therapist and case load to suit your personal clinical style, with the room and flexibility to grow as desired.

We value ensuring that our clients have a healthy and enjoyable clinical experience, but it is equally important that our therapists do too! A good fit at H2H will be a self-directed therapist who has ideas and passions that they want to see come to fruition and just needs the support and resources to do so. This is not just your typical stuffy, dark, outpatient office. H2H is a vibrant, energy filled space that needs engaging therapists that bring their knowledge and personality to their practice. Therapists must be willing to think outside of the box to meet client needs, work well with minimal supervision, and be a self-starter. Previous private practice experience is highly valued, as you will already be paneled with insurance companies, however it is not required. H2H will provide you with the clinical resources, marketing materials and support to build your clientele and fulfill your clinical passions as they align with holistic mental health wellness.

Compensation

Current compensation will follow a private practice model and be based on the independently licensed therapists’ ability to bill insurance or accept other payment methods. Additional opportunities for compensation are available and based on additional services the clinician is able to provide and/or desire for additional integration into the clinical practice.

Job Types: Part-Time, Full-time, Contract

Salary: $50.00 to $100.00 /hour

 

Sonja Stang, MSW/LSW (IN), Practice Director

Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center

3306 Plaza Drive 

New Albany, IN 47150
812.725.1089 
www.heart2heartservices.com



Posted 2/7/2020

Family Health Center

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Family Health Centers is hiring licensed Clinical Social Workers to join our Behavioral health Team!  LCSWs work in a primary care setting to support out patients in their whole health.  Family Health Centers is a community health center, serving Louisville since 1976.  Questions about this position, contact or visit http://ow.ly/BTyw50xQgYc.


Posted 2/7/2020

Family Health Centers

Population Health - Care Coordinators

JOB DESCRIPTION
At Family Health Centers, we work hard because our patients deserve the best. FHC is currently seeking dedicated professionals with a positive attitude for the position of Population Health – Care Coordinator.  The Population Health – Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating activities that enhance quality initiatives by assisting in care opportunity outreach.  The Care Coordinator works to connect patients with preventive services and completion of care gaps for the patients at Family Health Centers (FHC).   They coordinate care for all patients who are part of the assigned panel, especially those with serious, complex or chronic health problems or psychosocial issues.  A demonstrated skill in independently organizing and prioritizing workload in order to meet deadlines is required.

Examples of duties include:

      • Schedule patient appointments
      • Monitoring and completing preventive health measures
      • Alert medical providers of diagnoses needing addressed for risk adjustments and care gaps needing addressed during medical visits.
      • Use registry and other information to inform care team members of preventive care required for patients.
      • Counsels patients regarding recommended health screenings.
      • Ensures that patient data is entered into the computer system for follow up and reporting.
      • Identifies patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and/or other communication barriers and uses appropriate interpretive services.
      • Scans documents into the patient’s electronic health record (EHR) as applicable.
      • Outreach patients who are overutilizing the emergency room and offer them appointments with their primary care provider here at FHC.

Students can apply by sending resume to .


Posted 02/06/2020

Louisville Metro Public Defender

Alternative Sentencing Worker (ASW)

Position Type: Full-Time

Scheduled Work Hours: Monday - Friday 8:15am -4:30pm; no weekends; no on-call duties or home visits

Primary Location: Downtown-Louisville; office setting; walking distance to/from court houses and jails

Population Served: Adult men and women

Pay Rate: Salary commensurate with experience

The Louisville-Jefferson County Public Defender's Office is a non-profit organization rendering legal services in the largest jurisdiction in the state of Kentucky to indigent adults and juveniles accused of crimes and status offenses and to those who are subjected to involuntary hospitalization due to mental illness. The office functions as a full-service law firm providing defense representation in all state courts at every level, as well as appellate and post-conviction advocacy in both the state and federal courts.

The Alternative Sentencing Worker (ASW) is responsible for conducting a holistic, strengths-based assessment of the client's needs to identify services to meet underlying needs with two goals in mind:  (1) to diminish the risk of later involvement with the criminal justice system; and (2) to reduce the necessity of incarceration and the exorbitant expenditures required to house people in jails and prisons when more effective and less costly alternatives exist. The ASW may also provide forensic social work services, including mitigation in conjunction with the Assistant Public Defender for the legal disposition of criminal cases. The ASW will develop either a typed or verbal Alternative Sentencing Plan (ASP) by:

      • Conducting non-clinical psychosocial assessments of clients to screen for service needs;
      • Assessing clients in an office and/or adult detention facility setting;
      • Contacting service providers and making necessary community-based referrals
      • Presenting written plans, including social history and recommendations to the Court for approval, which may include testifying in court;
      • Coordinating services with clients in lieu of a jail or prison sentence.

A MSW/MSSW Degree is required, preferably from a Council on Social Work Education accredited graduate school. This position and office setting is not clinical; therefore, an applicant is not required to hold CSW credentials or higher nor can they be supervised if obtaining hours for further licensure.

One to two years' experience assessing individuals for substance use disorder and/or mental health treatment needs is preferred.

The ideal applicant must possess: a desire to work with a vulnerable population; strong verbal and written skills to advocate on client's behalf; detailed care to client case file management; disciplined self-time management; and consistent professionalism when collaborating with fellow colleagues, those in the criminal justice arena, and partnering community-based agencies.

To apply for this position, please submit: a cover letter, a current resume, three (3) professional recommendations; one graduate school transcript and a one-page writing sample to .


Posted 02/05/2020

Job Title: Sexual Assault Advocate (2nd Shift)

Organization: The Center for Women and Families

Job Location: Louisville, KY

Position Type: Full Time, Non-Exempt

Eligibility: Bachelor's degree or a minimum of five years’ experience in related field

Salary Range: $14.91 - $15.39 Hourly

Job Shift: Second Shift

To Apply: Please apply directly to The Center for Women and Families by going to our website (thecenteronline.org > About > Employment > Now Hiring) at: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=EB6442DCF4D64989C0ACC14C9409E441&jpt=

OVERVIEW: The Sexual Assault Advocate is responsible for providing medical advocacy, case management, and support in hospital and community settings to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence across the Center for Women and Families service region.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Provide trauma-informed medical advocacy services to clients affected by sexual assault and intimate partner violence, including: 
        • accompany victims during forensic exams
        • assess client needs and concerns and provide case management through practical assistance, advocacy, referral, follow up,  and coordination of services
        •  provide brief supportive counseling, safety planning, and information on coping to victims and their loved ones
        • walk-in counseling coverage rotation
        • develop and maintain professional relationships with hospital staff
      • Collaborate within CWF and with other coalitions, agencies, networks, organizations, and community partners, particularly in healthcare settings, in order to:
        • develop and maintain accessibility of CWF services to sexual assault survivors;
        • evaluate, enhance, and promote the sexual assault advocacy work of CWF
        • serve as a resource to other staff, volunteers, and agencies serving sexual assault clients; and
        • participate in the Center’s awareness and education efforts related to sexual assault
      • Fulfill ongoing assigned programmatic duties such as:
        • active participation in staff, team, committee, agency, and assigned community meetings;
        • maintain timely case records and statistics per agency and funder guidelines;
        • provide outreach services and community collaboration as assigned;
        • support the ongoing operation of CWF by assisting in groups
        • crisis line, shelter staffing, client desk, and other client services as assigned;
        • comply with State reporting guidelines for abuse and neglect; and
        • provide leadership as needed for committees, to facilitate trainings, to advance CWF initiatives, to support volunteers, etc.
      • Maintain job-related knowledge, expertise, and skills by:
        • actively engaging in supervision;
        • staying current on job-related research and publications;
        • successfully completing KCADV Level I Certification within first year of CWF employment and maintaining certification for duration of employment with CWF;
        • participating in agency or external trainings in order to maintain a minimum of 12 hours of annual continued education (CE), of which 6 hours must include training relevant to the provision of Rape/Sexual Abuse services
        • attaining  CPR/First Aid certification within first year of employment and kept current thereafter; and
        • completing a training on Universal Precautions/Bloodborne Pathogens within the first 30 days of employment and keep current thereafter.
      • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree. A minimum of 5 years of experience in a related field may be substituted for a degree.

Competencies:

  • Developed sense of empathy
  • Attitude of growth and learning
  • Self-starter
  • Confidence in decision making
  • Conflict mediation skills
  • De-escalation skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to set and maintain boundaries
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Ability to remain calm during challenges
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to identify problems and offer creative solutions
  • Ability to facilitate cooperation among individual and groups

 

 Other:

      • Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain a driving record that meets CWF automobile insurance requirements.
      • Fluency in languages other than English are a plus.

Disclaimer: The preceding description is not designed to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required of the position.

Benefits: CWF offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit plan including a 401k plan with company match, CWF paid Life and Short Term Disability Insurance, company supplemented medical insurance, and additional company sponsored benefits including Dental., Vision, FSA, HSA, Voluntary Life and Long Term Disability.

Equal Opportunity Employer: The Center for Women and Families is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment. It is our policy to provide full and equal employment opportunities to all employees and potential employees without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other legally protected status

 


Posted 02/05/2020

Job Title: Emergency Shelter Support Advocate (ESSA) (3rd Shift)

Organization: The Center for Women and Families

Job Location: Louisville, KY

Position Type: Full Time, Non-Exempt

Eligibility: Bachelor's degree or a minimum of five years’ experience in related field

Salary Range: $14.91 - $15.39 Hourly, plus $0.75/hr shift differential

Job Shift: Third Shift

To Apply: Please apply directly to The Center for Women and Families by going to our website (thecenteronline.org > About > Employment > Now Hiring) at: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=EB6442DCF4D64989C0ACC14C9409E441&jpt=

OVERVIEW: The Emergency Shelter Support Advocate (ESSA) is responsible for supporting the essential daily living needs of individuals experiencing homelessness due to intimate partner violence and/or sexual assault in a 24/7 emergency shelter. They actively assess the needs of the shelter community, ensuring client, staff, and building safety with minimal direct supervision. They are empathetic, client-centered, collaborative, and professional with the individuals we serve.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Direct Client Services:

      • Provide crisis intervention, safety planning, counseling, de-escalation, transportation, advocacy, information, referrals and supportive services to aid clients in identifying immediate needs and determining viable next steps.
      • Conduct intakes, exits, agreements, and conflict resolution.
      • Support shift lead, groups, walk-in clients, child enrichment, pet needs, and shelter space readiness.
      • Assist with client desk, call center and hospital advocacy coverage as needed.
      • Engage volunteers and community partners.

Documentation: Document prompt and timely interactions with clients and other relevant activities to examine program goals and outcomes and support continuous improvement, including the following tasks:

      • Maintain daily written, verbal and electronic communication.
      • Record client interactions in appropriate databases.
      • Participate in grant performance submissions.
      • Collaborate with program staff on clients entering emergency shelter.

Emergency Shelter Team/Centerwide Initiatives: Engage as an active contributor to Emergency Shelter and Centerwide initiatives, including the following tasks:

      • Engage in bi-weekly supervision and coaching with direct supervisor.
      • Participate in shadowing with supervisor and director.
      • Participate in peer to peer shadowing with co-workers.
      • Participate in team and agency meetings as required.
      • Provide Harm Reduction Model of Care.
      • Attend required trainings and participate in continuing education opportunities and in-services.
      • Participate in conflict resolution with peers and clients as needed.
      • Coordinate with community partners (i.e., law enforcement, CPS, JCPS, VOA, The Coalition for the Homeless) to promote positive relationships. Communicate any challenges to the director for follow-up.
      • Provide Emergency Shelter program orientation to new hires, volunteers and interns.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree. A minimum of 3 years of experience in a related field may be substituted for a degree.

Competencies:

  • Understanding of the impacts of trauma
  • Active listening skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Confidence in decision making
  • Ability to remain calm during challenges
  • De-escalation skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to identify problems and offer creative solutions
  • Ability to set and maintain boundaries
  • Organizational skills

Other:

      • Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain a driving record that meets CWF automobile insurance requirements.
      • Fluency in languages other than English are a plus.

 

Disclaimer: The preceding description is not designed to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required of the position.

Benefits: CWF offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit plan including a 401k plan with company match, CWF paid Life and Short Term Disability Insurance, company supplemented medical insurance, and additional company sponsored benefits including Dental., Vision, FSA, HSA, Voluntary Life and Long Term Disability.

Equal Opportunity Employer: The Center for Women and Families is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment. It is our policy to provide full and equal employment opportunities to all employees and potential employees without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other legally protected status

 


Posted 2/5/2020

Shawnee Christian Healthcare Center

Behavioral Health Consultant

Reports to:  Director of Behavioral health

Salary Range:  Based on Experience

Status:  Non-exempt

Work hours:  1.0 FTE, 40 hours per week

Organization Overview

Shawnee Christian Healthcare Center (SCHC) is a 501(c)3 Federally Qualified Health Center located in the Shawnee Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. SCHC seeks to transform community health by sharing the love of Christ in word and deed, to facilitate community development and wholistic healthcare through the empowerment of the residents in the community. 

Position Summary

The Behavioral Health Consultant will be a member of the patient care team and provide behavioral health consultation to children, adolescents, adults and families in order to improve psychosocial functioning and address substance use issues. This position will be the embedded with the clinical team to provide assessment and brief intervention and provide efficient, patient-centered programs and processes to meet the mental health and substance use disorder needs of SCHC patients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Provides comprehensive assessment, consultation, and brief intervention, or triage as appropriate, for psychological/psychiatric disorders
      • Provides Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT) services to address substance use disorders
      • Connect patients with additional behavioral health or substance abuse services as needed.
      • Inform the care team treatment plans, ensuring they are effective, integrated, patient centered, and goal directed
      • Evaluates crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions
      • Assists in detecting “at risk” patients and develop plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration
      • Actively participates in multidisciplinary team meetings that support SCHC’s integrated health care model to provide comprehensive care for patients
      • Assists the primary care team in developing care management processes such as the use of guidelines, disease management techniques, case management and patient education to improve self-management of chronic disease
      • Collaborates and coordinates with SCHC Patient Engagement and Outreach staff to provide enabling services and patient education to address social determinants of health
      • Teaches patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques
      • Documents patient care in the Electronic Health Record consistent with SCHC established protocols
      • Strong alignment with SCHC Mission and demonstrates behaviors aligned with SCHC Statement of Faith and Core Values
      • Other duties as necessary to ensure successful attainment of SCHC goals and objectives

Job Qualifications and Requirements

      • Master’s Degree in Social Work or PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy or related field required.
      • LCSW, CSW or applicable certification preferred.
      • A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience, preferably in a healthcare setting.
      • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
      • Adaptable to new situations and comfortable with a flexible, fast-paced work environment.
      • Excellent working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidenced-based treatments appropriate to a medical setting (e.g.: CBT, ACT, MI, etc.)
      • Ability to work through brief patient contacts as well as to make quick and accurate clinical assessments of behavioral health conditions.
      • Excellent communications skills with patients and other staff.
      • Good knowledge of psychopharmacology and medication assisted treatment (MAT).
      • Ability to design and implement clinical pathways and protocols for treatment of chronic conditions related to mental health and substance use.
      • Demonstrated leadership ability, initiative and resourcefulness.
      • The applicant must be self-motivated with strong organizational and interpersonal skills

Working Environment and Physical Requirements

      • Work is performed in SCHC clinics, office environment and community 
      • Work may be stressful at times.  Interaction with others is constant and interruptive.  Contact may involve dealing with sick persons.
      • Requires full range of body motion including manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extended periods of time.  Occasionally lifts and carries items weighting up to 30 pounds.  Requires normal visual acuity and hearing
      • Requires working under stressful conditions or working irregular hours
      • Local travel may be required to attend meetings or visit other SCHC clinics
      • Out-of-town travel may be necessary for conferences and other learning opportunities

Send applications to: 


Posted 2/5/2020

Community Advocate

The Center for Women and Families, Southern Indiana - New Albany, IN

Position Type: Full Time, Non-Exempt

Eligibility: Bachelor's degree or a minimum of three years’ experience in related field

Salary Range: $14.91 - $15.39 Hourly, Job Shift: First Shift

To Apply: Please apply directly to The Center for Women and Families by going to our website (thecenteronline.org > About > Employment > Now Hiring) at: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=EB6442DCF4D64989C0ACC14C9409E441&jpt=

OVERVIEW: The Community Advocate is responsible for providing individuals and families who have experienced sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence, support in healing, through active listening, empathetic response, crisis management, creative problem solving and other community referrals and resources to meet their needs. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Program Services:

      • Conduct assessments, safety planning and intakes with individuals and families in need of services, over the phone and in person, via daily travel by company vehicle throughout our Southern Indiana service area   
      • Partner with clients to meet at their convenience to establish safety plans, strengths and needs, create a case plan, coordinate transportation, offer accompaniment to appointments and referrals and resources
      • Ensure daily communication and collaboration with Direct Support Advocate to meet the needs of clients   
      • Coordinate and facilitate support and psychoeducational groups
      • Establish and nurture collaborative partnerships in the community
      • Coordinate interactions and activities that contribute to safe, stable, nurturing environments
      • Maintain current information on community partners and resources
      • Collaborate with community partners to promote positive relationships with Center staff and clients, as well as track those efforts using an excel spreadsheet and agency database

Training:

      • Provide ongoing training and support to staff still new to the agency
      • Provide program orientation to SAFE nurses, volunteers and interns
      • Participate in peer to peer shadowing with co-workers

Documentation:

      • Maintain daily written, verbal and electronic communication
      • Record client and community partner interactions in appropriate databases

OTHER:  

      • Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain a driving record that meets CWF automobile insurance requirements
      • Must pass criminal background and motor vehicle check, post-contingent of offer of employment.

Disclaimer: The preceding description is not designed to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required of the position.

Benefits: CWF offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit plan including a 401k plan with company match, CWF paid Life and Short Term Disability Insurance, company supplemented medical insurance, and additional company sponsored benefits including Dental., Vision, FSA, HSA, Voluntary Life and Long Term Disability.

Equal Opportunity Employer: The Center for Women and Families is committed to equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment. It is our policy to provide full and equal employment opportunities to all employees and potential employees without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other legally protected status

 


Posted 1/21/2020

PharmaCord

Case Manager

Location: Louisville, Kentucky or Jeffersonville, Indiana

Our Company:  PharmaCord is a leading provider in pharmaceutical patient support services. Our services are sponsored by our pharmaceutical company clients. Together, we are committed to compassionately providing patients with support services during their journey on therapy.
We deliver our services through our talented team of benefit specialists, nurses, pharmacists, case managers, pharmacy techs, program managers, and other incredibly talented team members who are supported by world-class proprietary technology systems developed in house by our team of engineers, system architects, coding professionals and data scientists.

Our Team:  Our team is highly motivated and passionate about providing the highest quality customer support to our patients. We look for individuals interested in growing with our company and working in an exciting, open and collegial work environment. We seek problem solvers who are compassionate, have high integrity and demonstrate grit. Our colleagues are enthusiastic team members who love what they do and are passionate about making a difference through their work. We take initiative, exhibit pride in our accomplishments, and are trusted to work independently while collaborating to share ideas, support, and resources.

Your Role: When you join the team as the Case Manager, you'll have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our patients each day as they look to you as part of their dedicated support team for helping them navigate the tricky process to getting access to their complex medication. You'll compassionately deliver an exceptional experience to many patients per day always remembering that every prescription or document belongs to a real person who is looking for thorough and efficient management of their records. You'll adjust your approach to their needs by communicating clearly, focusing on the accuracy of the details of their medical records and your mastery of the program requirements, and ensuring their prescriptions or cases are handled timely.

A typical day in this role will include ownership of your patients cases from initiation to closure to include; benefit investigations, prior authorizations / denial appeals, determining financial qualifications for assistance programs and assisting patients or other callers/stakeholders through resolution (via email, inbound/outbound calls and using our patented technology, CORscend) by using your critical thinking skills and your knowledge of the program and industry rules and standards. This role requires a high level of ownership, attention to detail and patient focus and will put your problem-solving skills to the test!

A full job description can be found at https://pharmacord.com/careers/


Posted 1/21/2020

PharmaCord

Patient Care Coordinator / Benefit Specialist

Location: Louisville, Kentucky or Jeffersonville, Indiana

Our Company:  PharmaCord is a leading provider in pharmaceutical patient support services. Our services are sponsored by our pharmaceutical company clients. Together, we are committed to compassionately providing patients with support services during their journey on therapy.

We deliver our services through our talented team of benefit specialists, nurses, pharmacists, case managers, pharmacy techs, program managers, and other incredibly talented team members who are supported by world-class proprietary technology systems developed in house by our team of engineers, system architects, coding professionals and data scientists.

Our Team: Our team is highly motivated and passionate about providing the highest quality customer support to our patients. We look for individuals interested in growing with our company and working in an exciting, open and collegial work environment. We seek problem solvers who are compassionate, have high integrity and demonstrate grit. Our colleagues are enthusiastic team members who love what they do and are passionate about making a difference through their work. We take initiative, exhibit pride in our accomplishments, and are trusted to work independently while collaborating to share ideas, support, and resources.

Your Role: When you join the team as the Patient Care Coordinator / Benefit Specialist, you'll have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our patients each day as they look to you as part of their dedicated support team for helping them navigate the tricky process to getting access to their complex medication. You'll compassionately deliver an exceptional experience to many patients per day always remembering that every prescription or document belongs to a real person who is looking for thorough and efficient management of their records. You'll adjust your approach to their needs by communicating clearly, focusing on the accuracy of the details of their medical records and your mastery of the program requirements, and ensuring their prescriptions or cases are handled timely.

A typical day in this role will include assisting patients or other callers/stakeholders through resolution (via email, inbound/outbound calls and using our patented technology, CORscend) by using your critical thinking skills and your knowledge of the program and industry rules and standards. Additionally, you will be reviewing patient enrollment forms to assess for eligibility and investigating / obtaining accurate major medical and pharmacy insurance benefits. This role will put your problem-solving skills to the test!

A full job description can be found at https://pharmacord.com/careers/

UofL Students / Graduates click here to apply!

 


Posted 1/21/2020

Louisville Metro Public Defender – Alternative Sentencing Worker (ASW)

Position Type: Full-Time

Scheduled Work Hours: Monday - Friday 8:15am -4:30pm; no weekends; no on-call duties or home visits

Primary Location:  Downtown-Louisville; office setting; walking distance to/from court houses and jails

Population Served: Adult men and women

Pay Rate: Salary commensurate with experience

The Louisville-Jefferson County Public Defender’s Office is a non-profit organization rendering legal services in the largest jurisdiction in the state of Kentucky to indigent adults and juveniles accused of crimes and status offenses and to those who are subjected to involuntary hospitalization due to mental illness.  The office functions as a full-service law firm providing defense representation in all state courts at every level, as well as appellate and post-conviction advocacy in both the state and federal courts. 

The Alternative Sentencing Worker (ASW) is responsible for conducting a holistic, strengths-based assessment of the client’s needs to identify services to meet underlying needs with two goals in mind: (1) to diminish the risk of later involvement with the criminal justice system; and (2) to reduce the necessity of incarceration and the exorbitant expenditures required to house people in jails and prisons when more effective and less costly alternatives exist. The ASW may also provide forensic social work services, including mitigation in conjunction with the Assistant Public Defender for the legal disposition of criminal cases. The ASW will develop either a typed or verbal Alternative Sentencing Plan (ASP) by:

      • Conducting non-clinical psychosocial assessments of clients to screen for service needs;
      • Assessing clients in an office and/or adult detention facility setting;
      • Contacting service providers and making necessary community-based referrals;
      • Presenting written plans, including social history and recommendations to the Court for approval, which may include testifying in court;
      • Coordinating services with clients in lieu of a jail or prison sentence.

A MSW/MSSW Degree is required, preferably from a Council on Social Work Education accredited graduate school. This position and office setting is not clinical; therefore, an applicant is not required to hold CSW credentials or higher nor can they be supervised if obtaining hours for further licensure.

One to two years’ experience assessing individuals for substance use disorder and/or mental health treatment needs is preferred.

The ideal applicant must possess: a desire to work with a vulnerable population; strong verbal and written skills to advocate on client’s behalf; detailed care to client case file management; disciplined self-time management; and consistent professionalism when collaborating with fellow colleagues, those in the criminal justice arena, and partnering community-based agencies.  

To apply for this position, please submit: a cover letter, a current resume, three (3) professional recommendations; one graduate school transcript and a one-page writing sample to .


Posted 1/17/2020

Youth Villages

Family Intervention Specialist, Full-time

Company Overview

Youth Villages has been a national leader in the implementation of research-based treatment philosophies in the field of children's mental and behavioral health. Our commitment to helping troubled children and their families find success spans 20+ years and includes a comprehensive array of programs and services.

If you are looking for a positive career move where you are meeting the challenges of life and striving to make a positive difference, then Youth Villages is the place for you. We are looking for people with a strong sense of purpose and focus to continually build confidence in yourself and our organization.

Responsibilities

Program Overview

Our Intercept program serves a broad population of youth, including those involved with multiple child-serving systems and those at high risk of removal from their families.  The program specializes in diverting youth from out of home placements by helping their families safely maintain youth in their home environment. This position is responsible for providing intensive home-based services to families.

Position Overview

      • Carry small caseload of 4-5 families
      • Hold family sessions with each family 3 times a week scheduled at the convenience of the families
      • Weekly supervision meetings
      • Web-based documentation (voice recognition technology in most locations)
      • Provide on-call availability to families during the week, one weekend each month
      • Drive up to 60-80 miles to meet with families in the home
      • Specialists provide interventions in families' homes in a wide array of settings and communities

Additional Information

      • Schedule is flexible and non-traditional; based around the availability of youth and families served.
      • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, a personal vehicle to use for work purposes and auto insurance.
      • Community Based staff will be reimbursed for applicable mileage

Additional Benefits

      • Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug Coverage and Vision
      • Retirement Savings Pension Plan
      • 403 (b)
      • 2 weeks paid vacation
      • 12 paid sick days per year
      • 10 paid holidays
      • Paid Parental Leave
      • Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement

 EOE

We're currently hiring Family Interventions Specialists in Indiana:

      • Columbus, IN **3,000 Relocation Assistance & 6,000 Sign-On Payment**
      • Madison, IN **3,000 Relocation Assistance & 2,000 Sign-On Payment**
      • Bloomington, IN **3,000 Relocation Assistance & 2,000 Sign-On Payment**
      • Jasper, IN **Ask about our $6,000 sign-on/retention payment and $6,000 relocation assistance**

Eligibility Requirements for the position:

A Bachelor's or Master's degree in a social services discipline is required.

Degrees that can be considered include: social work, drug and alcohol education or counseling, psychology, criminal justice, guidance counseling, or marriage and family therapy. Other degrees will have to be evaluated further to determine if they meet the qualifications.

Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

Excellent written, verbal, and oral skills

Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously

Basic computer knowledge

Ability to maintain a flexible schedule

Experience growth and development through our continuous training, as well as tuition and licensure reimbursement, or pursue opportunities to advance both clinically and administratively with Youth Villages.

Contact Information: (name, address, phone, fax), so an applicant can submit their letter of interest:

Justice Franklin, 3320 Brother Blvd Memphis, TN 38133, Phone:901-251-4895, Fax: 901-251-5001

 


Posted 1/13/2020

Title    Clinical Therapist (Therapeutic Foster Care) – Full Time
About the Organization     SAFY's Mission: SAFY is Preserving Families & Securing Futures.

SAFY's Model of Care is a way of working with families across service systems to enhance their capacity to care for and protect their children. Focusing on permanency, safety, and well-being and needs within the context of the family and community, we build on each individual's strengths to achieve positive, sustainable outcomes.  
Description     SAFY of Louisville, Kentucky is seeking mission focused professionals to serve as a full time Clinical Therapist responsible for providing a range of moderately complex clinical services (diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, interventions, individual, family therapy, etc.) with children, adolescents, and identified adults.

As the Clinical Therapist you would;
•    Completes any identified diagnostic assessments. Develops and implements Service Treatment Plan based on assessments; Provides ongoing mental health/clinical services as needed or are required by contract; Maintains client documentation in accordance with SAFY policy, and COA standards.
•    Services are provided at the level of frequency, intensity and duration appropriate to maintain placement stability in a foster home. Services provided are tailored to each family’s needs, problems, strengths, lifestyle and culture. Work effectively in teams to coordinate services and programming for families and children.
•    Develops/maintains consultative and liaison relationships with area caregivers (e.g., schools, human services agencies, etc.) in order to cultivate work relations, provide consultative services and/or promote the coordination and development of mental health services.
•    Establishes mutually respectful rapport and implements interventions necessary to meet needs of client/collaterals; appropriately sets limits and maintains helping role as a Mental Health practitioner.
Compliance/Reporting:
•    Maintain accurate and professional documentation in content and appearance as required for each assigned case.
 
Position Requirements   

 •    Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, or child & family studies is required
•    Licensure: CSW, LPCA, LMFTA required (may be under supervision), LMFT, LCSW, or LPCC.
•    One year of experience in providing treatment services to clients.

Applicants can apply online at https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.aspID=2816995&B_ID=44&fid=1&Adid=0&ssbgcolor=17143A&SearchScreenID=167&CountryID=3&LanguageID=2 or contact Lauren Collignon, Treatment Director – SAFY of Louisville at wellsl@safy.org with any questions.


Posted 1/8/2020

Center on Drug and Alcohol Research

Targeted Assessment Program - Opioid Use Specialist

RE21463 – Whitley County (Williamsburg, KY)

Skilled professionals needed to join the UK Targeted Assessment Program Opioid Use Disorder Project (TAP OUD), an innovative program to identify and address barriers to self-sufficiency and safety among low-income parents with/at-risk for opioid use disorders. 

The TAP Specialist will be a UK employee but will be co-housed at the Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) office in Whitley County to: 1) conduct assessment interviews with DCBS clients in the areas of opioid and other substance abuse, mental health, intimate partner violence victimization, learning problems, and basic needs; 2) provide intensive pre-treatment, case management services; 3) facilitate referrals to appropriate services/agencies, and 4) provide follow-up services to increase participant engagement, reduce barriers to treatment, and increase access to MAT and other community treatment services, as well as increase treatment retention.  Requires strong knowledge and skills in the area of substance abuse and at least 2 of the following areas:  mental health, intimate partner violence victimization, learning problems, and women's issues.  Requires a Master's degree and at least 3 years of related experience, or equivalent. 

To apply, submit a UK Online Application at https://ukjobs.uky.edu, Whitley County - RE21463.  If you have any questions, contact HR/Employment, phone (859) 257-9555 press 2.  Application deadline is February 4, 2020.

The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from minorities and women. This project is federally funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration through the Kentucky’s State Opioid Response (SOR) grant and a contract with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

 


Posted 1/6/2020

Title of Organization: CHI St. Joseph Health Partners- Louisville, Kentucky

Job Title: Social Worker- Care Coordinator 

Job Description:  The Social Worker assists children, adults, and families with their ability to function in everyday society.  This position collaborates with physicians, staff and other health care professionals to provide coordination, implementation, monitoring, education and evaluation of services across the health care continuum for all patients within the region.

Full-time position 

Education / Accreditation / Licensure:

Required:

      • Current unrestricted Kentucky license as a Social Worker

Preferred:

      • Masters of Social Work; Psycho-Social Masters

Certification in case management, public health and/or community health. 

Experience (required and preferred):

Required:

      • Three years of clinical, community, public health, case management, or health coaching experience.
      • Must have strong organizational and time management skills, strong interpersonal skills   and the ability to handle multiple priorities  
      • Knowledge of and practical use of English, spelling, arithmetic, and the ability to communicate effectively using written and verbal skills. Proficient in communicating through the use of different modes of electronic devices, software and internet usage along with basic use of Microsoft Office Suite.
      • Ability to work autonomously within matrix environment without direct supervision. 

Preferred:

      • CIN/ACO or Health Insurance experience
      • Familiarity with the health industry including providers and vendors in the region
      • Familiar with “Kentucky Statue 209A.030 Administrative regulation. Reports of abuse or neglect-Cabinet actions-Penalty for failure to report abuse or neglect and CHI Saint Joseph Health policy “Guidelines and Model Policy for Responding to Government Investigations”, PolicyStat ID: 384936

Community or Ambulatory Care, home care, public health and/or social service experience preferred.

 Apply here: https://chi2.referrals.selectminds.com/stjosephky/jobs/social-worker-care-coordinator-clinically-integrated-network-96504 


Posted 1/02/2020

Social Workers/Therapists – Hiring for Child and Family Services and Adult

Apply on line https://centerstone.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/CenterstoneCareers

At Centerstone, our mission is delivering care that changes people’s lives. For over 60 years, Centerstone has been providing community-based behavioral health care, substance-abuse treatment and intellectual and developmental disabilities services. We’re committed to bringing passionate and customer experience-focused individuals to help us continue to provide the best care to our communities. If you think you’re a good match to join our organization, please review the career opportunity below and submit your application. We look forward to hearing from you!
Job Description:

Under moderate supervision, provides clinical services to assigned client populations.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Performs clinical services, including intakes and therapeutic interventions such as group, individual, and family therapy, and crisis intervention.

Maintains and completes service documentation such as psychosocial assessments, case notes, case reviews, court reports, letters, etc., according to prescribed standards.

Conducts case reviews and determines current and future treatment and treatment planning based upon resulting quantitative results and professional opinion of client progress.

Collaborates with external agents including school officials, family members, and other health agencies regarding organizational programs and client needs and conditions.

Attends and participates in staff meetings, treatment planning meetings, case conferences, and clinical seminars providing information relating to program administration and development.

Writes correspondence on behalf of clients and their families such as court reports, letters of recommendation, etc., according to prescribed standards.

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

EDUCATION

      • Master's degree in social services field with certification or licensure in area of specialization (e.g.,LCSW, CSW, LPCC, LPCA, LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapy Associate)          

EXPERIENCE

      • Three to six months of related internship or practicum experience.  
      • Basic knowledge of mental and physical characteristics of applicable population group (e.g., growth and development and range of treatment needed), psychotherapy, human behavior, treatment modes, and related issues.
      • Basic knowledge of community resources and CKY services.
      • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Ability to handle a case load with varying levels of client disability and need. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/REQUIREMENTS

      • Position has some unusual physical demands, including occasional exposure to threat of bodily harm from clients or their families.
      • Normal work tasks may involve exposure to blood, body fluids or tissue.
      • Position at times may require incumbent to remain on twenty-four hour call.
      • Reliable transportation for frequent travel.

*Incumbents/new hires with either of these master’s degrees must ensure that they are not practicing without a license or evading professional licensing/certification laws.  To comply with such laws, incumbents/new hires with either of these master’s degrees must sign their notes as professional equivalents.  Those who have earned either of these master’s degrees AND a corresponding license or certification (e.g., CSW, LCSW, Licensed Psychologist) may not hold this job title.

Within the bounds of their respective job descriptions, all staff are expected to exercise principle-centered leadership, focused on customer service responsiveness, with a continuous quality improvement orientation.  Additionally, all staff are expected to develop a working knowledge of and follow all policies and procedures related to safety management and other Joint Commission standards.

REQUIRED SKILLS/COMPETENCIES

Knowledge of normal growth and development and of culture/ethnicity relevant to age groups/populations served.  Use results of assessments, reassessments, including client strengths and preferences, to construct a case conceptualization.  Apply DSM 5 criteria to diagnose mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and/or substance use disorders.  If substance use disorder is primary, assesses the readiness of client for treatment via stage of change.  Utilize case conceptualization and problem areas to guide development and collaboration with clients to build individualized Treatment Plans.  Utilize EBPs and clinical techniques in sessions.  Measures client progress towards Treatment Plan goals and objectives throughout treatment course.  Assess and manage client risk and additional adjunctive services with appropriate and congruent interventions and collaboration.  Assess client’s measurable progress towards goals/minimum discharge criteria and discharging client when they have met minimum discharge criteria.  Utilize Treatment Team and supervision to address client case conference needs.  Manages client caseload and services to maximize direct care client time and reach expected productivity targets.  Understand role of OTRs to appropriately represent client need for services required for authorization.

Delivering Care that Changes People's Lives starts with our employees. As a Centerstone employee there are many perks to enjoy. Below are just some of the great benefits you might be eligible for with Centerstone.

      • Health & Wellness
        • Medical Coverage
        • Dental Coverage
        • Vision Coverage
        • Flexible Spending Account
        • Health Savings Account
        • Short Term Disability
        • Long Term Disability - Company Paid
        • Wellness Programs - Company Paid
      • Financial Wellbeing
        • Competitive Compensation Packages
        • Life Insurance - Company Paid
        • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance - Company Paid
        • 403b Retirement Plan with Company Funded Matching
        • Retirement and Financial Planning Services
        • Employee Discounts including Dell Computers, Verizon Wireless, Liberty Mutual, Costco, and Enterprise Rent-a-Car
        • Loan Forgiveness options through federal programs (National Health Service Corps & Public Service Loan Forgiveness)
      • Career Development and Growth
        • At Centerstone training is one of our highest priorities. We provide company paid professional training for various skills, certifications, and continuing education
        • Opportunities for growth and movement - We encourage our employees to consider new growth opportunities with us and have a 5 state footprint for those looking to relocate geographically
        • Leadership Academy for our rising stars, supervisors, and leaders
        • Centerstone Research Institute and Center for Clinical Excellence teach provide staff with industry best practices and processes
      • Work Life Balance
        • Paid Time Off - Generous PTO for Vacations, Illness, Personal Days, Etc. (Paid Holidays)
        • Flexible Work Schedules to promote a Healthy Work Life Balance
        • Employee Assistance Program - assists employees with personal problems and/or work-related problems that may impact their job performance, health, mental and emotional well-being

Purpose:  To provide clinical services that promote client driven outcomes within a group practice and contribute to the operation of the clinical Program. 

Role and Responsibilities

·        Provide clinical services for individuals, couples, families and groups through a variety of modalities and evidence-based Practices.

·        Conduct psychosocial assessments, Diagnosis and treatment planning within the scope of clinical practice.

·        Maintain up-to-date client case records and outcomes measurement as mandated by internal policies and procedures, and by those with contracted organizations.

·        Provide LCSW supervision and collegial mentoring.

·        Provide crisis support to agency therapists and clients as needed.

·        Facilitate clinical peer supervision.

·        Case management and collateral contacts as indicated.

·        Represent the agency on community committees as requested.

·        Utilize after hours pager as determined by schedule.

 

Agency Responsibilities: 

Attend and participate in scheduled staff meetings; record keeping according to procedures and practices of JFCS; keep time sheets; respect confidentiality of clients; participate as a team member in case review and planning and agency's activities.

 

Professional Development: 

Attend workshops and training sessions which have relevance to direct service delivery.

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

csw, mft associate, lcsw/lmft licensure, with knowledge of psychodynamics, human relations, crisis intervention, psychopathology, and group dynamics.  possess ability to work as part of a team and appreciation of Jewish values.  Sensitive to culturally diverse clients and issues.

Physical Requirements

·        Tasks involve sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, bending, crouching, reaching and performing other physical requirements commensurate with demands of the position.

·        Manual dexterity to operate equipment in performance of duties.

·        Must have good vision (corrective lenses acceptable)

·        Must be able to hear (hearing aids acceptable)

·        Must be able to speak (express or exchange of information by means of spoken words).

·        May occasionally lift and/or carry/move up to 10 pounds.

·        Contact with internal and external customers, vendors, outside agencies and the general public.

·        Works in an office environment and sits for long periods of time.

·        May be required to work hours other than the regular schedule including nights, weekends, holidays and during emergencies