KYCC is committed to meeting the needs of the multicultural Koreatown community. Our Clinical Unit has an established history providing effective, culturally competent mental health services to children and their families. Our staff is our greatest resource. That's why we're committed to our investment in them -- providing an excellent benefit package that covers our regular staff and their dependents, keeping a low supervisor to staff ratio to ensure consistent access to guidance, and actively looking for professional development and growth opportunities.
We have been serving our diverse community for more than 40 years, and if you're passionate about creating change within our community, one family at a time, we'd like to meet you.
KYCC currently has one(1) opening for the Counselor III (Bilingual Korean) position. Under the direction of the Clinical Services Manager and Clinical Supervisor, the Counselor III is a direct service position that provides quality mental health and support services to children, youth, and families through group, individual, and family counseling. Performance is reviewed on a continuous basis with specific goals and objectives identified throughout the year, including revenue generation goals. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.
Duties / Responsibilities:
-Provide counseling and support services by:
-Effectively assessing family needs across a broad spectrum of areas, recognizing professional boundaries and the need for consultation from other fields.
-Providing a minimum of 65% direct clinical services hours using the most appropriate intervention modalities; when necessary, providing outreach and case management services and linking clients to community resources.
-Accurately and timely documenting case records, statistical and other administrative data in accordance with all agency requirements, procedures and guidelines.
-Providing linguistically and culturally appropriate services to clients of diverse backgrounds.
-Participating in on-going individual and group supervision based on level of skill and professional development.
-Providing unit support by conducting intakes, language support, parenting education, and assessments.