Clinician
ChildNet Youth & Family Services, Inc
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Post Date: Mar 02, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: DOE
Location: US - California - Riverside
Job Reference: BHS-IE: 038
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Description
ChildNet Youth and Family Services is currently seeking a Clinician for our Behavioral Health Services (BHS) Program located in Riverside, CA.


Inland Empire Behavioral Health Services (BHS) provides comprehensive services including individual/group therapy for at-risk children and their families. The Clinician will be responsible for a caseload of twelve to sixteen clients, depending on the client's needs and level of impairment. This position will provide individual/group therapy and case management to at-risk children and their families. The Clinician will also collaborate with client's foster/resource parents, biological parents, teachers, etc. to maintain an interdisciplinary team approach for treatment purposes.


Clinician responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

* Provide direct supervision of all clients assigned to the caseload and maintain a caseload of 12 to 16 clients, depending on the client's needs and level of impairment.
* Provide comprehensive services including individual/family therapy, collaterals, rehab sessions, and case management services as needed in the home, school and/or office environment.
* Collaborate with clients' foster/resource parents, biological parents, CSWs, foster family agency social workers, teachers, medical doctors, psychiatrists, law enforcement, Probation department, and case managers for an interdisciplinary team approach.
* Encourage full participation of the family in the development and implementation of service strategies when appropriate.
* Coordinate service delivery with county agencies, families, primary caregivers, significant others and local schools, as well as serve as Intensive Care Coordinator (ICC).
* Ensure the health and safety of all clients.
* Provide crisis intervention 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
* Comply with all program, federal, state, county and school district regulations.
* Collaborate with Clinical Supervisor to completed DBH and BHS paperwork and maintain all deadlines.
* Complete client documentation in Electronic Health Record within required timeframes.
* Maintain accurate information and necessary documents in clients' charts via assessments, reviews and updates.
* Attend all individual and group supervision on a weekly basis.
* Attend all team meetings, monthly all-staff meetings and any other required meetings/trainings.
* Participate and maintain deadlines for presenting cases to the Utilization Review Committee.
* Perform any other duties as assigned.

Skills
The Clinician shall possess:
Master's degree in a mental health related-field of study; AND
Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) or Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW);OR
Licensed in the State of CA as a LMFT or LCSW, or possess a waived LMFT/LCSW.
Ability to handle crisis situations & consistently meet deadlines.
Ability to communicate clearly & effectively in English.
Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills.
Bilingual Spanish skills are preferred.


Notes
OUR MISSION
To provide safe homes, education and counseling to vulnerable children and families.


WHAT WE OFFER
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and 403b with discretionary employer contribution after 2 years of service, Mileage Reimbursement, Tuition Reimbursement, Stability and Career Advancement, along with generous sick, vacation and holiday time.

WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH US!