Provide superb clinical care to individuals and families utilizing a whole person approach across a spectrum of services.
Coordinate care across providers in an integrated setting.
Work effectively and collaboratively with Marisol Home providers while delivering behavioral health treatment.
Establish a practice that is both challenging and rewarding.
Maintain strong relationships with the Marisol Home staff.
Work constructively and positively with individuals to reach agreed upon positive outcomes.
Stabilize acute conditions, family supports, and environments to allow the children to benefit from and engage in services.
Provide goal setting and monitoring of achieved clinical outcome with clients
Collaborate as needed with other Jefferson Center programs.
Participate in a Jefferson Center clinical team for support, supervision, and collaboration.
Mostly function effectively in a highly autonomous role requiring clinical judgments of mental health issues and flexibility of self.
Maintains confidentiality of participating and agency information.
Regular and predictable attendance onsite.
Other direct practice duties as assigned
Note: Employees are held accountable for all duties of this job. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
Note: This position requires initial and ongoing approval of the primary care practice where the clinician is co-located.
Education, Knowledge, Skills & Experience Required:
Must have a conferred master’s degree in related field and working towards licensure (working towards LMFT, LCSW, LPC) Licensure supervision will be provided at no cost.
Proven excellence in clinical work and in administrative tasks required to support clinical work.
Substance use experience preferred (LAC/CAC).
Well- organized, self-directing, and experienced as a generalist clinician.
Experience coordinating complex care across various agencies in order to serve clients with multiple areas of need (e.g., health, mental health, substance use, domestic violence, social service needs, educational, housing, etc.)
Possess working understanding of the concepts of Healthcare Equity, Health Disparities and Cultural Relevance and of their impact on service planning, service coordination and service provision
Possess awareness of the relationship between social indicators (such as immigration history, racism, access barriers, poverty, residency status, etc.) and biopsychosocial functioning
Possess working understanding of the impact of trauma on consumers’ lives and functioning and possess facility with trauma-sensitive/trauma-informed approaches
Knowledge of Strength-based, Recovery/Resiliency-oriented, Wellness-enhancing treatment approaches
Salary & Benefits:
Grade 51-Master’s Unlicensed Clinician
$46,400 to $58,900**
- Salary is determined based on years of total relevant experience.
- Salary is based on 1.0 FTE (full time equivalent) or 40 hours per week. Less than 40 hours/week will be prorated and adjusted to the appropriate FTE.
**BONUS OPPORTUNITY!! Three phase bonus paid out using the following schedule. ** Based on full time (40 hours/week). Prorate if less than 40 hours/week. Must work a minimum of 20 hours/week to be eligible for bonus.