Clinical Coordinator
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Post Date: Jan 10, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - Alaska - New York
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Title:            Clinical Coordinator
Program:         Geffner House   Program
Program Description
Geffner House is a 307 unit supportive Single Room Occupancy (SRO) building that provides permanent housing for low income men and women, including people with serious and persistent mental illness; individuals who are recovering from drug or alcohol addiction; and people who are living with HIV/AIDS. Tenants are offered a comprehensive array of services.

Overall Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the Senior Clinical Director, the Clinical Coordinator provides direct assessment and counseling to clients, supervises a team of case managers in the day to day delivery of direct services, including assessment, linkage to services, and coordination of services and the maintenance of tenant charts. Works in tandem with the Senior Clinical Director to maintain site standards as directed by government funders.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The essential duties of the include but are not limited to the following activities:
•        Maintains an assigned caseload of clients; including maintaining records and up to date documentation, develop service plans and assist client with community referrals and advocate for client needs.
•        Provide supervision to a team of case managers regarding treatment planning in scheduled weekly supervision meetings and as needed.
•        Maintain intake documentation template per current standards, for the intake assessment questionnaire and clinical assessment.
•        Initiate and actively participate in collaboration with interdisciplinary treatment team.
•        Participate in weekly supervision with Senior Clinical Director.

Qualifications :
•        Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related human services field from an accredited university; and a minimum of three years working with mental illness, addiction, HIV/AIDS, homeless and other priority populations.

•        Excellent oral and written communication skills
•        Foothold A.W.A.R.D.S and/or similar software
•        Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
•        Extensive knowledge of mental health diagnostic standards per current DSM and ICD.   
•        Fluency in

We offer attractive compensation with comprehensive benefits including: Medical/Dental/Prescription/Vision/Life Insurance;403(b); FSAs (health care, dependent care & commuter expenses); Short-and-Long-Term Disability; Generous Paid Vacation, Personal Days, Sick and Holidays

Contact Details

Address: 200 Varick Street
State/Province: New York
Country: United States
Ph: 2126200340