GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE RIGHT PERSON! JOIN AN ESTABLISHED AGENCY TO SUPERVISE WELL EDUCATED AND EXPERIENCED STAFF. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A DYNAMIC MANAGER TO BE PART OF OUR TEAM!
JOB TITLE: Assistant Director
Immediate Supervisor: Family Priority, LLC Clinical Director
- Competitive Salary
- Health/Dental Insurance
- Paid holidays/PLT
- Flexible spending
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assists Clinical Director and Director with the design and development of the clinical aspects of program services.
- Manages Intensive In-Home Based Services with oversight from Clinical Director.
- Meets every week with Counselors assigned to provide clinical guidance, assess dynamics and needs of each case, determine the appropriateness of therapeutic strategies and assess progress of service delivery and planning.
- Provides training on areas of clinical need, as warranted.
- Reviews service recipient files to ensure proper and complete documentation of action and services, and compliance with all applicable licenses, policies and regulations.
- Reviews computer based clinical notes on a weekly basis.
- Review all reports to ensure compliance with all applicable timelines, policies and regulations.
- Conducts clinical assessments.
- Evaluates worker performance and takes appropriate employee disciplinary actions.
- Fosters positive relationships with Stakeholders, Families and Staff.
- Assists Director and Clinical Director with identification and resolution of problems or gaps in service delivery.
Education and Experience:
- A master’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related field from an accredited college or university;
- A current LPC or LCSW in Virginia with the ability to provide licensure supervision in the state of Virginia;
- A minimum of three years of experience providing mental health treatment to troubled children and families;
- A minimum of one year of supervisory experience.
- Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Thorough knowledge of principles and techniques of youth and family counseling;
- Thorough knowledge of principles and techniques of basic interviewing and assessment skills;
- Working knowledge of human services systems and relevant community resources;
- Ability to conduct and facilitate meetings;
- Ability to form effective supervisory relationships with subordinate staff;
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships with other social services providers, stakeholders and service recipients;
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; fluency in both written and spoken Spanish a plus.