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Rapid Responder - Full Time

LevelExperienced

Job LocationUSA-FL-

Education LevelGraduate Degree

Description

Job Summary

The purpose of this position is to provide high quality de-escalation and assessment services to clients in crisis situations to ensure safety and divert inappropriate Baker Acts of youth.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responds to intervention calls by physically reporting to the crisis site to assess and evaluate the child in need of immediate mental health services.
  • Distinguishes between a mental health crisis and behavioral emergency on the basis of potential harm to the child or others.
  • Provides therapeutic insight, immediate de-escalation and continued stabilization assistance as needed, while ensuring the child’s dignity is maintained and her or his best interests are accommodated.
  • Utilizes interventions as appropriate for the level of symptom-related danger.
  • Provides agency crisis response to phone calls after regular business hours and on weekends. This may involve travel to a client’s location or intervening via telephone.
  • Develops and implements a comprehensive client action plan based on the initial assessment and evaluation of the child, explicitly evaluating the risk of immediate danger. Involves client and family in treatment planning and decision making as appropriate.
  • Acts as the liaison between the child in crisis, guardians, the Foster Care system, School Resource Officers, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, and Duval County Public School personnel.
  • Works collaboratively with a variety of community resource providers, including but not limited to Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officers, School Resource Officers, Duval County School personnel, Community Based Care agencies, and Children’s Crisis Stabilization Units.
  • Completes all paper work associated with Baker Act proceedings and interfaces with Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officers and personnel at the Children’s Crisis Stabilization Units to ensure a smooth and dignified transition of the child is accomplished.
  • Ensures appropriate follow-up care is initiated and delivered to the client.
  • Provides basic training on children’s mental health issues, crisis prevention and verbal de-escalation techniques, as well as Baker Act criteria and procedures, to interested community stakeholders and other providers of children’s services.
  • Immediately alerts the Licensed Clinical Supervisor of any unusual problems, anomalies or emergencies that arise with clients.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Immediately alerts the Licensed Clinical Supervisor and/or the Program Director of any unusual problems, anomalies or potential crisis that arise with clients.
  • Participates pro-actively in the monthly peer review process as part of continuous quality assurance and performs regular chart QA audits to ensure compliance.
  • Participates pro-actively in individual clinical/administrative supervision at least twice a month. Is open to and accepting of clinical supervision and professional critique.
  • Maintains personal work space and/or office in a clean, well-organized and safe manner.
  • Ensures required timesheets, leave requests and other routine paper work and reports are completed accurately within the required timeframe.
  • Participates in staff training and other agency-related activities as required.
  • Completes other tasks as assigned by supervisor.

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Conferred Master’s degree in the social work, therapeutic mental health counseling or marriage and family therapy disciplines.
  • A current FL LCSW, LMHC, or LMFT.
  • At least three years’ experience providing therapeutic services to children and adolescents and developing treatment plans based on current DSM/ICD diagnoses.
  • FL Baker Act expertise.
  • Moderate computer skills, such as inputting at least 45 wpm.
  • Reliable transportation with liability insurance, a FL driver’s license and good driving record.

Preferred Experience

  • Previous experience providing therapeutic services to families and developing treatment plans based on current DSM/ICD diagnoses.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have the ability to provide sound clinical practices, including diagnosing according to current DSM and developing appropriate treatment plans.
  • Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective time management.
  • Must have demonstrated skills in utilizing an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system efficiently.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to explain things to clients and families so they understand and are encouraged to be involved in the treatment process.
  • Observing, analyzing and monitoring situations to ensure client safety and to make sound decisions.
  • Comparing and analyzing information for reports and to solve problems.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

 

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

 

 

Therapist - Community - Full Time

Job LocationN/A

Position TypeFull Time

Description

Job Summary

To provide high quality therapeutic counseling services to clients and their families in their home, at schools or in the community, engaging them in the therapy process.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

§  Provides quality therapeutic services to a full caseload of clients, meeting or exceeding team productivity, billing and administrative standards:

§  No one on the 60 day list

§  No expired Treatment plans

§  Averages at least 55% of direct client services to hours worked

§  Delivers services in the client’s home, at school or in the community.

§  Develops and completes intake forms, psychosocial evaluations, treatment plans and progress notes within the required timeframe in the Electronic Health Record System.

§  Complies with Agency policies and procedures, team requirements, Medicaid and other Contractual/Grant Standards and requirements.

§  Diagnoses client symptoms according to the current DSM/ICD codes and regulations.

§  Develops and implements appropriate treatment plan according to diagnoses.

§  Involves client and family in treatment planning and decision making as appropriate.

§  Works with administrative staff to seek funding sources for clients who lose theirs.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Implementing sound therapeutic counseling skills.
  • Understanding the community based program and modalities used in treatment.
  • Building constructive working relationships with clients, co-workers, other agency staff and community partners.
  • Demonstrating good written, oral and listen skills.
  • Organizing work, setting priorities and sequencing activities to meet team standards and goals.
  • Adapting to changes in assignments, priorities and new job information

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

§  Conferred Master’s degree and completed internship from a FL license-eligible program that allows the practitioner to register as an intern in the social work, therapeutic mental health counseling or marriage and family therapy disciplines.

§  Moderate computer skills are required, such as inputting at least 35 cwpm, using Microsoft Office Suite and using an electronic health record.

§  Current FL driver’s license and good driving record plus reliable transportation with automobile liability insurance is also required.

Preferred Experience

§  Previous experience providing therapeutic services to children and/or families and developing treatment plans based on current ICD/DSM diagnoses.

§  Available to work evenings and weekends if needed.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

§  Communicates the organization’s strategic mission, vision and values and provides leadership and motivation to the team to achieve them.

§  Understands the outpatient program, therapeutic counseling and modalities used in treatment.

§  Provides guidance and feedback to ensure the delivery of high quality services and motivates each member to meet individual, team and agency goals.

§  Leads the team in accepting and adapting to changes in assignments, priorities and new job information.

§  Relates well to people from varied backgrounds and is sensitive to individual and group differences. Cultivates diversity as an opportunity for learning and understanding.

§  Intermediate computer skills to include using AVATAR to ensure the integrity of EHR documentation and using the internet in order to research data and obtain information.

§  Planning, scheduling and directing the work of self and team members.

§  Finding resources, training, and tools to support staff needs and to expand skill levels.

§  Overseeing and directing a busy outpatient office, determining and monitoring resources.

§  Demonstrating flexibility, adaptability and problem-solving skills in a variety of settings.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

 

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

 

ELC Therapist

Job LocationN/A

Description

Job Summary

Provide early intervention and mental health therapy in a day care setting or home setting to children 18 months to 60 months and their families that exhibit symptoms of socio-emotional or behavioral problems and score in the moderate impairment range of the early childhood screening assessment used in the daycare.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides consultation to targeted child care centers and support staff.
  • Provides training for child care staff and parents in conjunction with early learning partners.
  • Utilizes measurements provided by daycare staff to initiate the screening for eligibility of services.
  • Observes children in collaboration with the daycare staff when referred for mental health services.
  • Provides services in the home, center, or office depending on family need/request.
  • Provides flexible hours to meet family needs.
  • Completes reports consistent with project guidelines and funder requirements.
  • Immediately alerts the Coordinator and Program Director of any unusual problems, anomalies or potential crises that arise with clients.
  • Based on an understanding of early childhood development, observes behaviors and family interactions and integrates insights into treatment.
  • As appropriate, develops and completes intake forms, psychosocial evaluations, treatment plans and progress notes within the required timeframe in AVATAR.
  • Complies with agency policies and procedures, team requirements and Medicaid standards.
  • Diagnoses client symptoms according to the current DSM/ICD and develops and implements appropriate treatment and parenting skills development training.
  • Involves the client, family and child care center staff in treatment planning and decision making, to the extent possible.
  • Participates pro-actively in continuous quality assurance and performs regular chart QA audits to ensure contract compliance.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintains personal work space and/or office in a clean, well-organized and safe manner.
  • Ensures required timesheets, leave requests and other routine paper work are completed accurately within the required timeframe.
  • Participates in staff training and other agency-related activities as required.

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

§  Conferred Master’s degree and completed internship from a FL license-eligible program that allows the practitioner to register as an intern in the social work, therapeutic mental health counseling or marriage and family therapy disciplines.

§  Moderate computer skills are required, such as inputting at least 45 cwpm, using Microsoft Office Suite and using an electronic health record.

§  Current FL driver’s license and good driving record plus reliable transportation with automobile liability insurance is also required.

§  Available to work evenings and weekends if needed.

Preferred Experience

  • Previous experience providing therapeutic services to infants, toddlers and children under age five and families.
  • Developing treatment plans based on current ICD/DSM and DC0-3R diagnoses.
  • Early Childhood development experience and/or training.
  • CPP training and training in working with at-risk families with very young children.
  • Providing Medicaid services.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

§  Demonstrated experience in completing work and establishing priorities with a minimum amount of supervision.

§  Using office equipment such as fax machines, copiers, phone systems.

§  Using computers for internet research, compiling spreadsheet, word processing, database management and other applications.

§  Record maintenance.

§  Demonstrates good written, oral and listening skills

§  Must be detail oriented.

§  Time management.

§  Excellent customer service.

§  Monitoring and controlling resources, such as office supplies and petty cash.

§  Observing, analyzing and monitoring situations to make sound decisions.

§  Comparing and analyzing information for reports and to solve problems.

§  Learning and adapting to new software and computer systems.

§  Demonstrates the ability to prioritize responsibilities utilizing direct supervisors for guidance.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

 

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

 

Therapist

​s​

- West Duval, South Duval, North Duval, Arlington Locations (several Positions available)

Job LocationUSA-FL-Jacksonville

Description

Job Summary

The purpose of this position is to provide high quality therapeutic counseling and wraparound services to clients and their families within an integrated service approach that utilizes a team of mental health and medical professionals, in a safe environment, engaging them in the therapy process.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides quality therapeutic services to a fill caseload of clients.
  • Meeting or exceeding team productivity, billing and administrative standards.
    • No one on the 60 day lost
    • No expired Treatment plans
    • Should average at least 23 billable client hours per 40 hour work week.
  • Develops and completes intake forms, psychosocial evaluations, treatment plans and progress notes within the required timeframe in the Electronic Health Record System.
  • Complies with Agency policies and procedures, team requirements, Medicaid and other Contractual/Grant Standards and requirements.
  • Diagnoses client symptoms according to the current DSM/ICD codes and regulations.
  • Develops and implements appropriate treatment plan according to diagnoses.
  • Involves client and family in treatment planning and decision making as appropriate.
  • Works with administrative staff to seek funding sources for clients who lose theirs.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Immediately alerts the Licensed Clinical Supervisor and/or the Program Director of any unusual problems, anomalies or potential crisis that arise with clients.
  • Participates pro-actively in the monthly peer review process as part of continuous quality assurance and performs regular chart QA audits to ensure compliance.
  • Participates pro-actively in individual clinical/administrative supervision at least twice a month. Is open to and accepting of clinical supervision and professional critique.
  • Maintains personal work space and/or office in a clean, well-organized and safe manner.
  • Ensures required timesheets, leave requests and other routine paper work and reports are completed accurately within the required timeframe.
  • Participates in staff training and other agency-related activities as required.
  • Completes other tasks as assigned by supervisor.

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Conferred Master’s degree and completed internship from a FL license-eligible program that allows the practitioner to register as an intern in the social work, therapeutic mental health counseling or marriage and family therapy disciplines.
  • At least two years’ previous experience working with children or adolescents with behavioral health needs.
  • Moderate computer skills are also required, such as inputting at least 35 cwpm, using Microsoft Office Suite and using an electronic health record.
  • Some evening work is required.

Preferred Experience

Previous experience providing therapeutic services to families and developing treatment plans based on current DSM/ICD diagnoses.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have the ability to provide sound clinical practices, including diagnosing according to current DSM and developing appropriate treatment plans.
  • Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective time management.
  • Must have demonstrated skills in utilizing an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system efficiently.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to explain things to clients and families so they understand and are encouraged to be involved in the treatment process.
  • Observing, analyzing and monitoring situations to ensure client safety and to make sound decisions.
  • Comparing and analyzing information for reports and to solve problems.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

 

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

 

Licensed Clinician

​s​

- South Duval & North Duval

Job LocationUSA-FL-Jacksonville

Position TypeFull Time

Description

Job Summary

The purpose of this position is to provide high quality therapeutic counseling and wraparound services to clients and their families within an integrated service approach that utilizes a team of mental health and medical professionals, in a safe environment, engaging them in the therapy process.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides quality therapeutic services to a fill caseload of clients.
  • Meeting or exceeding team productivity, billing and administrative standards.
    • No one on the 60 day lost
    • No expired Treatment plans
    • Should average at least 23 billable client hours per 40 hour work week.
  • Develops and completes intake forms, psychosocial evaluations, treatment plans and progress notes within the required timeframe in the Electronic Health Record System.
  • Complies with Agency policies and procedures, team requirements, Medicaid and other Contractual/Grant Standards and requirements.
  • Diagnoses client symptoms according to the current DSM/ICD codes and regulations.
  • Develops and implements appropriate treatment plan according to diagnoses.
  • Involves client and family in treatment planning and decision making as appropriate.
  • Works with administrative staff to seek funding sources for clients who lose theirs.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Immediately alerts the Licensed Clinical Supervisor and/or the Program Director of any unusual problems, anomalies or potential crisis that arise with clients.
  • Participates pro-actively in the monthly peer review process as part of continuous quality assurance and performs regular chart QA audits to ensure compliance.
  • Participates pro-actively in individual clinical/administrative supervision at least twice a month. Is open to and accepting of clinical supervision and professional critique.
  • Maintains personal work space and/or office in a clean, well-organized and safe manner.
  • Ensures required timesheets, leave requests and other routine paper work and reports are completed accurately within the required timeframe.
  • Participates in staff training and other agency-related activities as required.
  • Completes other tasks as assigned by supervisor.

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Conferred Master’s degree in Mental Health, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • Florida State License in Mental Health, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • At least two years’ previous experience working with children or adolescents with behavioral health needs.
  • Moderate computer skills are also required, such as inputting at least 35 wpm, using Microsoft Office Suite and using an electronic health record.
  • Some evening work is required.

Preferred Experience

Previous experience providing therapeutic services to families and developing treatment plans based on current DSM/ICD diagnoses.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Must have the ability to provide sound clinical practices, including diagnosing according to current DSM and developing appropriate treatment plans.
  • Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective time management.
  • Must have demonstrated skills in utilizing an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system efficiently.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to explain things to clients and families so they understand and are encouraged to be involved in the treatment process.
  • Observing, analyzing and monitoring situations to ensure client safety and to make sound decisions.
  • Comparing and analyzing information for reports and to solve problems.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

 

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

 

Licensed Clinical Supervisor - North Duval

LevelUndisclosed

Job LocationN/A

Position TypeUndisclosed

Education LevelUndisclosed

Salary RangeUndisclosed

Travel %Undisclosed

Job ShiftUndisclosed

Job CategoriesUndisclosed

Description

Job Summary

To provide on-site day-to-day supervision to the team and premises, ensuring that quality clinical services are provided to clients and their families in a safe environment. Additionally, this position ensures that efficient business practices and engaged customer services are standard operating procedures at the site.

Qualifications

General Duties and Responsibilities:​

  • Treats clients, family members, provider stakeholders and fellow employees, with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Demonstrates ethical and professional conduct in the performance of all position functions, free of fraud, abuse and conflict of interest.
  • Delivers the highest standard of clinical treatment to clients and their families and ensures that professional standards of conduct prevail.
  • Complies with Corporate Compliance and other policies and procedures governing the agency.
  • Maintains the highest level of client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and support for the agency’s strategic vision, mission and core values.
  • Supports continuous Quality Assurance by providing chart and record oversight and audits on a regular basis.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and meets all required productivity, billing and reporting standards.
  • Assists in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by meeting or exceeding performance standards.
  • Completes all administrative and clinical responsibilities willingly and competently.
  • Immediately reports any real or suspected child abuse or neglect, as defined in FL Statutes, Section 415.504, to FL Department of Children and Families via the FL Protective Services System (1-800-962-2873) as a condition of continued employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists the Program Director in meeting the team’s annual budgetary goal by providing oversight, motivation and supervision to staff, ensuring performance standards are met or exceeded:
    • No one on the 60 day lost
    • No expired Treatment plans
    • Remain on target or above with the Year to Date dollar amount each month.
  • Develops and completes intake forms, psychosocial evaluations, treatment plans and progress notes within the required time frame in the Electronic Health Record System.
  • Complies with Agency policies and procedures, team requirements, Medicaid and other Contractual/Grant Standards and requirements.
  • Diagnoses client symptoms according to the current DSM/ICD codes and regulations.
  • Develops and implements appropriate treatment plan according to diagnoses.
  • Involves client and family in treatment planning and decision making as appropriate.
  • Works with administrative staff to seek funding sources for clients who lose theirs.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Immediately alerts the Licensed Clinical Supervisor and/or the Program Director of any unusual problems, anomalies or potential crisis that arise with clients.
  • Participates pro-actively in the monthly peer review process as part of continuous quality assurance and performs regular chart QA audits to ensure compliance.
  • Participates pro-actively in individual clinical/administrative supervision at least twice a month. Is open to and accepting of clinical supervision and professional critique.
  • Maintains personal work space and/or office in a clean, well-organized and safe manner.
  • Ensures required time sheets, leave requests and other routine paper work and reports are completed accurately within the required time frame.
  • Participates in staff training and other agency-related activities as required.
  • Completes other tasks as assigned by supervisor.

The above cited duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that an incumbent may be expected or asked to perform.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • A current FL LCSW, LMHC, or LMFT is required.
  • Intermediate computer skills are required, such as inputting at least 45 wpm and familiarity with spread sheets and Microsoft Outlook Suite.
  • Reliable transportation with liability insurance, a FL driver’s license and good driving record are also required.

Preferred Experience

§  In addition to the license, at least one year post-licensed experience providing therapeutic services to children and/or families and developing treatment plans based on current DSM diagnoses is preferred.

§  Previous supervisory experience is also preferred.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

§  Communicates the organization’s strategic mission, vision and values and provides leadership and motivation to the team to achieve them.

§  Understands the outpatient program, therapeutic counseling and modalities used in treatment.

§  Provides guidance and feedback to ensure the delivery of high quality services and motivates each member to meet individual, team and agency goals.

§  Leads the team in accepting and adapting to changes in assignments, priorities and new job information.

§  Relates well to people from varied backgrounds and is sensitive to individual and group differences. Cultivates diversity as an opportunity for learning and understanding.

§  Intermediate computer skills to include using AVATAR to ensure the integrity of EHR documentation and using the internet in order to research data and obtain information.

§  Planning, scheduling and directing the work of self and team members.

§  Finding resources, training, and tools to support staff needs and to expand skill levels.

§  Overseeing and directing a busy outpatient office, determining and monitoring resources.

§  Demonstrating flexibility, adaptability and problem-solving skills in a variety of settings.

§  Establishing and maintaining constructive and cooperative working relationships based on mutual respect and clear communication.

§  Prioritizing responsibilities, organizing work and maintaining effective performance to achieve annual goals.

Skill Requirements:

X

Typing/computer keyboard

X

Verbal communication

X

Utilize computer software (specified above)

X

Written communication

X

Retrieve and compile information

X

Public speaking/group presentations

X

Maintain records/logs

X

Research, analyze and interpret information

X

Verify data and information

X

Investigate, evaluate, recommend action

X

Organize and prioritize information/tasks

X

Leadership and supervisory, managing people

X

Operate office equipment

 

Basic mathematical concepts (e.g. add, subtract)

 

Advanced mathematical concepts (fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, graphs)

 

Abstract mathematical concepts (interpolation, inference, frequency, reliability, formulas, equations, statistics)

Physical Requirements:

X

Sitting for extended periods

 

Lifting/carrying up to 20 pounds various items

X

Standing for extended periods

X

Lifting/carrying more than 20 pounds various items

X

Extended periods viewing computer screen

X

Repetitive Motions

X

Walking

X

Pushing/Pulling

X

Reading

X

Bending/Stooping

X

Speaking

X

Reaching/Grasping

X

Hearing

X

Writing

X

Other (List):Climbing Stairs

 

Other (List):

Hazards:

X

Normal office environment

X

Electrical current

 

Toxic or caustic chemicals

 

Housekeeping and/or cleaning agents

 

Flammable, explosive gases

 

Proximity to moving mechanical parts

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by the incumbent. It in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.

​PLEASE EMAIL RESUME AND IN YOUR COVER LETTER
SPECIFYING THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING TO: 

​​Payal Patel, HR Director
904-448-4700x480 (work)
904-448-4717 (fax)​
PPatel@childguidancecenter.org​ 

 

(posted 5.26.17)