Clinical Coordinator - St Nicholas House
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Post Date: May 02, 2024
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: $60,000-$70,000 per year
Location: US - New York - New York City
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Title:                   Clinical Coordinator

Program:          St. Nicholas House

Salary Range:   $60,000-$70,000         

Program Description:

St. Nicholas House is a supportive SRO which provides permanent housing to 94 single adults, diagnosed with mental illness, substance abuse as well as community members in need of low-income, affordable housing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The essential duties of the Clinical Coordinator include but are not limited to the following activities:

Direct supervision and clinical oversight for a small team of case managers.
Supervises the day-to-day delivery of direct services, including assessment, referral and linkage to services.
Schedule and participate in weekly team meetings to monitor and evaluate clients’ status and progress with respect to treatment goals.
Ensure assessments, psycho-social evaluations and Independent Living Plans are prepared and followed.
Coordinate and monitor delivery of services by on site nurse and psychiatrist.
Review referral packages and conduct comprehensive interview and assessments to determine potential client’s eligibility for program vacancies.
Coordinate new client intake procedures.
Assists in quality assurance activities to ensure service milestones and program performance goals are met.
Ensures accurate and up to date clinical documents are being maintained and that required data is inputted in a timely fashion into the AWARDS system.
Responds to crisis in collaboration with the psychiatrist and nursing personnel and serve as point person to coordinate communication.
Full-time position and on call 24 hours/day, seven days/week for all clinical emergencies as needed.
Performs all other duties as assigned by supervisor.


Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related Human Services field with a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience.
Experience working with adults with mental health, substance abuse and/or
MICA populations, preferably in homeless shelters or supportive housing.

All newly hired Project Renewal staff must provide verification of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

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