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Clinical Director

Company: Family Resources Inc.
Location: Pinellas Park
Posted on: May 21, 2023

Job Description:

Since 1970, Family Resources has been the agency to turn to for crisis counseling, safe shelter and safe respite for runaway and homeless teens. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of those who need our help and have no where else to turn. Who we need: The role of the Clinical Director is to provide quality leadership and clinical training and oversight to staff in clinical client serving roles. The role includes ensuring the supervisors and programs engage those we serve where they are; operate from a place of inclusion and respect for equality; earn trust through honest relationships; demonstrate integrity; and inspire and empower positive change with our clients and within our programs. Compensation: Salary: $75,000 Job type: Full-time Comprehensive benefits include: Employer paid medical insurance (employee only) Employer paid Life/AD&D insurance Available 403(b) retirement plan w/ up to 6% employer match Generous PTO: (9) paid holidays, (2) floating holidays, and initial (10) vacation days (accrued annually) Dental, vision, and other supplemental insurance (STD, LTD, Accident, Voluntary Life, Discount Prescription Plan, Pet Insurance) Tuition reimbursement Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Selects qualified candidates as both staff and interns to serve in clinical roles in the programs to accomplish strategic goals, deliverables and quality standards of counseling and support services. Supervises community supervisors primarily but all clinical staff in lieu of these supervisors to ensure sound evidence informed or evidence-based practices are adhered to as part of service provisions in our programs. Assists in the professional and clinical development of staff to ensure sound clinical practices, ethics, and integrity within the program. Build relationships with local universities to offer clinical supervision to potential clinical candidates as part of their academic pursuits. Engage and guide community supervisors primarily, as well as clinical staff, in structured supervision in lieu of the supervisors for program integrity and consistency, academic pursuits, and Florida licensure in their respective clinical field. Ensures that all required funder trainings are met annually by clinical and case management staff across programs. Exhibit innovation and exploration by presenting to executive leaderships new training opportunities that promote higher quality programming. Evaluates new models of program care periodically and pursues Evidenced Based Practices and effective implementation with programs. Maintains certification of all implemented models of care to enhance leadership with staff and ensure continuity and consistency of care across programs. Ensures that the agency meets and exceeds all programmatic and funder expectations and services are high performing. Adheres to high ethical standards in developing and implementing service components in therapeutic programs. Reviews and approves all group lesson plans in the residential and community counseling programs. Aids in the creation of and support of a positive culture within the agency with the supervisors; ensures that the supervisors foster an atmosphere of teamwork which promotes Family Resources as a desirable place to work. Ensures that key performance indicators (KPI's) are met as assigned. Participates with risk management, safety, and staff development as assigned. Maintains positive working relationships with DJJ, DCF, courts, schools, law enforcement and other community partners. Participates in local and state organizations related to Family Resources' mission as requested. Addresses any direct report program personnel, performance or staffing issues or concerns. Participates in the Quality Improvement Team and coordinates quality improvement functions and other agency committees as requested. Conducts weekly and monthly meetings as needed to ensure continuity and consistency in systems and processes within programs supervised and ensures documentation of key areas of opportunity. Facilitates bi-monthly clinical meetings/trainings with all clinical staff. Is responsible for data collection systems and processes to ensure proper oversight and effectiveness of program. Knowledgeable of clinical components for state licensing for shelter programs and all other funder monitoring requirements related to their programs. Provides clinical oversight to agency programs including facilitation of sight and sound (suicide prevention) reviews in lieu of clinical staff when needed and attends clinical treatment team meetings. Provides direct supervision to master's level interns and license eligible staff. Provides clinical support and back-up for sight and sound reviews either by phone or on-site review in lieu of community supervisors. Works non-traditional hours and weekends when needed. Other job responsibilities as requested. Skills, Abilities and Other Requirements: Must demonstrate awareness and acceptance of cultural differences of clients, staff, and community contacts and must adhere to trauma informed care approach with clients. Must complete all agency and funder required trainings in designated time frames, must completed CEs every two years to maintain state licensure in good standing. Must have the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with individuals from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, including clients, staff, professional and community persons. Must possess excellent organizational skills, well developed verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to effectively deal with complex issues. Must maintain a high degree of professionalism and reliability within areas of responsibility by providing leadership, direction, motivation, and training. Should possess characteristics that show sound judgment in fulfilling position duties and responsibilities as well as a cooperative attitude in working relationships with executive leadership. The possession of a personal cellular phone is required for use in accordance with agency policies and procedures. Must have valid Florida Driver's License and auto insurance for personal vehicle and a clean driving history. Education and Experience: Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker(LCSW)maintaining a good standing and active license. Must meet the requirements to be a Qualified Supervisor in the State of Florida A minimum of three (3) years' experience preferred in a supervisory role. Physical Requirements: The ability to lift 25 pounds occasionally. Frequent sitting, standing and/or walking. Frequent use of hands and fingers The ability to hear and respond quickly to sounds. Close, distance and peripheral vision Frequent driving Positions Supervised: Clinicians and Case Managers Interns %977928% %%medtech%%

Keywords: Family Resources Inc., Pinellas Park , Clinical Director, Executive , Pinellas Park, Florida

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