Reports to: Supervising Clinician of Outpatient Services
Master’s degree in social work, psychology or a related behavioral health field from an accredited university.
License for independent practice in New Jersey, in good standing.
At least two years’ supervised experience in working with mentally ill clients.
1. Conduct preliminary telephone needs assessment for clients requesting/requiring Center services and arrange for appropriate referral(s) to Center and/or other community services/resources.
2. Coordinate preliminary telephone assessment information with Program clinicians to facilitate first face-to-face appointment.
3. Maintain centralized intake database and provide information to Coordinator as needed.
4. Provide direct clinical services to clients and maintain a caseload to include treatment for sexual assault clients.
Provide direct clinical services to clients and maintain a caseload:
- Develop comprehensive holistic assessments of children and adolescents and involve family members as indicated.
- Develop individual and family-focused treatment plans which are goal-directed; involve family members as indicated.
- Provide individual, group and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults.
- Coordinate treatment with other Family Guidance Center services.
- Coordinate treatment planning with DCP&P, schools, the Prosecutor’s Office, Probation, Parole, IDRC and other relevant agencies and services.
- Complete evaluations and treatment progress notes in accordance with agency policies.
- Complete reports to be submitted to DCP&P, the Court, the Prosecutor’s Office, Probation, Parole and IDRC on a timely basis.
5. Participate in regularly scheduled department meetings and attend scheduled administrative/clinical meetings.
6. Participate in Program and Center performance improvement activities.
7. Take responsibility for professional development and meeting licensure requirements for maintaining credentials through participation in continuing education activities.
8. Perform other duties as assigned.
All clinical staff are expected to abide by all agency policies and procedures:
Clinical staff are expected to abide by all program policies and procedures.
- Clinical staff are expected to status appointments by the end of their scheduled shift.
- Clinical documentation must be completed by the end of each shift.
- Clinical staff are expected to maintain a 70% face-to-face rate of the available clinical time.
- Available clinical time excludes supervision, program meetings, committee meetings, travel time, meal breaks and dedicated phone intake coverage if applicable.
- At this time, productivity is measured on a monthly basis.
This full-time position provides generous paid time off, staff development benefits, an offer of medical, dental and/or vision insurance as well as a 403(b) retirement savings plan with employer match.
All Family Guidance Center of Warren County employees must be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 or be willing to participate in weekly COVID-19 testing. All staff, consumers and visitors must wear a face covering within all agency facilities regardless of immunization status.
Family Guidance Center of Warren County is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested candidates may send their resume/CV to Michele Eichorn, executive director, by clicking on the “APPLY FOR JOB” button below. No phone calls, please.
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