Clinician II - Managed Care Program
Work with population up to age 59 supporting with SMI (Serious Mental Illness), Chronic Medical Issues, and Homelessness.
Salary Range: $76,336.30-$91,603.55 plus license pay; Bilingual incentives are available!
Actual offers will be determined by the candidate’s creditable years of experience in conjunction with internal equity considerations and based on the organization’s current compensation practices.
The managed care program duties including client intakes, assessments, treatment plans, and consents. In addition, this position will review program documentation for staff including progress notes, and treatment plans.
Works within the values and clinical philosophy of the agency. Under the general supervision, provides comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, risk assessment, clinical interventions, case management, coordination of therapeutic activities, and educational programs. Leads and facilitates cross-functional teams, facilitates group supervision and supports other social workers. Responsible for the completion and maintenance of clinical and administrative documentation. Assists with the implementation of Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) across the program. Participates in agency work groups in support of annual priorities and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) activities.
•Master's Degree (MA/ MS) in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling or related field required.
• Three (3) years supervised clinical experience with children required.
• Strong leadership and crisis management skills required.
• Licensed or within 3 months of being licensed with BBS.
• Five (5) years clinical experience with children.
• Experience with Wraparound plans and development of Individual Client and Family Plan (ICFPs).
• Crisis management experience.
• Training in domestic violence, physical/sexual child abuse, and suicidal trauma with the competency to maintain current knowledge related to state, county, and local law.
• Self-defense training to react/respond to harmful and violent physical situations.
HIGHLY DESIREABLE SKILLS
• Experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities with culturally diverse populations preferred.
• Speak, read, and/or write another language preferred.
Other Specific Requirements
• Must pass Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), and Child Abuse Index Check (CAIC) background clearance, if applicable.
• Valid California Driver's license with two years’ experience driving and clean driving record may be required.
• If program requires, employee must pass an initial physical abilities test (PATS) and be certified in crisis intervention techniques within the first 30 days and annually.
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