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ChildSavers - Memorial Child Guidance Clinic

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Clinician III / Program Supervisor ChildSavers is seeking an individual to serve under the title of Clinician III / Program Supervisor. The Clinician III (SBS) position has clinical leadership responsibilities in support of (and as directed by) the clinical leadership team, including the provision of clinical supervision and training. The incumbent must be passionate in caring for our community’s most vulnerable children and continually improving the system which supports their healing and growth. The Clinician III (SBS) will be a vital support for both his / her own clients, as well as the clinical staff within the program. The Clinician III (SBS) will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution- focused and elevate the quality of care of all program services. Duties & Responsibilities include: -Provide clinical assistance to direct care staff in delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management; Will also provide clinical leadership as defined under DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment. -Responsible for the development and implementation of individual, family, and group treatment interventions (as applicable). -Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of assigned caseload and other clinical duties as assigned (such as: group therapy, case collaboration, and team coverage). The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers’ clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources, and fulfillment of agency mission. -Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service. -Ensure agency and staff compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources. -Work under the direction of immediate supervisor and in close collaboration with the senior management team, including the Clinician III. -Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to clinical supervisor and / or management team. -Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments and diagnoses as needed to maintain a full caseload and to assist program as needed. -Assist the SBS Program Supervisor / Manager and Clinician III with facilitation of an effective collaborative intake and assignment process, including the appropriate management of case assignments. -May assist with the management of crisis coordination and the corresponding clinical support team, to include the potential for 24/7 emergency availability and response. Will provide case consultation and clinical oversight as needed. -Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure. -Support the Clinician III as needed in coordinating individual and group supervision and maintaining ongoing staff support to ensure optimal clinical care services for clients. Will also provide leadership supporting the recruitment and retention of a strong clinical team. -Assist the Clinician III and Program Supervisor / Manager with evaluation of community, client, and milieu needs, along with development and implementation of appropriate, evidenced-based programming (i.e. specialized training or group sessions, collaborations, etc.) -Assist the Clinician III and SBS Program Supervisor / Manager with evaluating staff needs (clinical and otherwise) and the development and implementation of appropriate, evidence-based programming and training at a CE-eligible level. -Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR / First Aid and be capable of performing these duties. Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code. -Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical decision-making team. -Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative and community projects, which may be necessary for the successful management of the program and staff. -Provide regular clinical supervision towards licensure for assigned supervisees following the current laws and regulations of the Board of Health Professions. Supervision will include assessing counseling skills, reviewing a representative sample of treatment plans that were developed by the supervisee, monitoring assessments, reviewing case records and statistics, monitoring family interventions, monitoring case management and crisis intervention skills, and management of the referral and discharge processes. Documentation must be maintained regarding frequency and content of supervision. Other, Social Work May 17, 2022
Clinician II ChildSavers is seeking mental health professionals to serve under the title of "Clinician II." The Clinician II position is a licensed clinical position within the agency and will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution-focused and elevate the quality of care of all program services. The Clinician II would be working towards certification or specialization within their area of interest. Successful completion of this position would entail, the Clinician II being able to demonstrate mastery of clinical skill through, supervision, observation of sessions (co-therapy or video recordings), discussions with senior clinical team, review of charts and production and nomination by senior clinical team. The Clinician II (SBS) position has outpatient clinical responsibilities towards a diverse set of community members, who present for mental health care with a variety of stressors and concerns. The incumbent must be passionate in caring for our community’s most vulnerable children and partnering with other institutions who value their healing and growth. The Clinician II (SBS) will be a vital support for a caseload of 20-30 clients, as well as school staff and community partners. The Clinician II (SBS) will be proactive and experienced in the delivery of quality therapy services known to be effective with children. The incumbent will be solution-focused and work collaboratively across all program services. Duties & Responsibilities -Delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management, as outlined in DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment. -Responsible for the development and implementation of Individual, Family, and Group treatment interventions as applicable. -Clinician will be compensated per completed session with completion of necessary paperwork; i.e., progress notes, treatment plans, etc. based on the revenue share template (Appendix 1). -Clinician will be compensated per evaluation session based on a revenue share template (Appendix 1). -Clinician will be required to receive one hour of supervision for every 20 client hours. A clinical supervisor will be assigned to the clinician to perform this task. -Clinician will receive compensation to attend clinical meetings in the amount of $25 per hour. -Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of case load and other clinical duties as assigned such as case collaboration. The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources and fulfillment of agency mission. -Clinicians will receive yearly production expectations at the start of the fiscal year and will work with Program Supervisors to attain yearly production goal. -Clinician will see no more than 22 clients per week. -Clinician will be responsible for direct therapeutic care of case load and other clinical duties as assigned (such as case collaboration). The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers' clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources and fulfillment of agency mission. -Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service, which includes submission of notes within 24 hours of service delivery, or otherwise document in the policies and procedures of the Mental Health Program. -Ensure compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for: Licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources. -Work under the direction of your immediate supervisor and within the management structure of the program. -Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to your clinical supervisor and/or management team. -Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments and diagnoses as needed. -Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure. -Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR/FA and be capable of performing these duties. Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code. -Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical team. -Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative projects. Other, Social Work May 17, 2022
Clinician I ChildSavers is seeking mental health clinicians to serve under the title of "Clinician I." The Clinician I position supports all services with primary responsibilities concentrating on either clinic-based outpatient therapy, supporting ChildSavers’ work in Richmond Public Schools, or a combination of both. The Clinician I position is reserved for clinicians within 24 months of licensure eligibility. Spanish fluency and history of delivering clinical services in Spanish preferred. Should the Clinician I employee not meet criteria for state LMHP candidacy within 23 months of identified start date, his/her role may be redefined per the needs of the MHS department. Duties & Responsibilities include: -Delivery of psychotherapeutic clinical care, as well as case management, as outlined in DBHDS and DMAS regulations for each service area assignment. -Responsible for the development and implementation of individual, family, and group treatment interventions as applicable to families experiencing stress, recovering from trauma, and/or seeking mental health supports. -Responsible for direct therapeutic care of caseload and other clinical duties as assigned such as group therapy, case collaboration, and team coverage. The volume of clinical duties in service of ChildSavers clients will be adjusted as needed to maintain appropriate clinical care for clients, stewardship of organization resources, and fulfillment of agency mission. Clinicians will receive yearly production expectations at the start of the fiscal year and will work with Program Supervisors to attain yearly production goal. -Maintain compliance with all funding source regulations, rules, and documentation requirements to ensure timely approval of service, which includes submission of notes within 24 hours of service delivery or otherwise directed by Program Supervisor. -Ensure compliance with all local, State, and Federal regulatory requirements, including timely and accurate documentation of services provided for: licensure, HIPAA, Medicaid, Department of Social Services, LHRC and other professional standards and funding sources. -Work under the direction of your immediate supervisor and within the management structure of the program. -Report clinical and other concerns, as outlined in policy, in a timely manner to your clinical supervisor and/or management team. -Coordinate and maintain referrals and conduct intake assessments, providing diagnoses as needed. -May assist with the management of crisis coordination and the corresponding clinical support team, to include the potential for 24/7 emergency availability and response. -Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure. -Maintain certifications in behavior management training and CPR/FA and be capable of performing these duties. -Maintain all applicable credentialing through continuing education and other requirements outlined in code. -Participate in outreach events for relationship-building with community partners, trauma-informed consultation, and marketing and education about services, and can have a special emphasis on ChildSavers’ relationship with Richmond Public Schools. -Effectively collaborate with colleagues to assure client care is occurring as specified in policy and procedure. -Participate in all program team meetings and collaborate with program supervisors regarding referral triage and case assignment. -Represent ChildSavers in a positive and professional manner, internally and externally, as part of the clinical team. -Participate in meetings and work with community partners of ChildSavers, to possibly include Richmond Public School outreach events and school meetings, Children’s Mental Health Resource Center, Local Human Rights Committee, Richmond Promise Neighborhood and Trauma-Informed Community Network. -Adhere to all ChildSavers policies and procedures and complete other tasks as assigned, including administrative or “macro” projects, which may be necessary for the successful management of the program and staff. Other, Social Work May 17, 2022
Finance & Accounting Coordinator ChildSavers is seeking a full-time Finance & Accounting Coordinator to support the agency’s program and operations staff. This individual will be responsible for the day-to-day financial reporting of the agency and will work under the direction and supervision of the Manager of Finance and Program Operations. The role will require an individual who is a self-starter, inquisitive, and ready to support the mission of ChildSavers. The role will allow for the opportunity to work closely with all departments within ChildSavers including Mental Health Services, Child Development Services, Human Resources, and Development. Duties & Responsibilities include: -Daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual maintenance of the general ledger accounting system. This will involve preparation of journal entries for monthly financial statement preparation. -Process vendor accounts payable on a weekly basis. This individual will be responsible to ensure vendor balances remain current. -Responsible for monthly bank reconciliations of cash accounts. Research and resolution of outstanding items and errors. -Preparation and interpretation of key financial statements on a monthly basis, including balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. -Process payroll on a semi-monthly basis. Coordination with HR team to ensure the accurate maintenance of employee payroll records. -Assists with and prepares required schedules and other documentation required for the annual audit. -Assists Manager of Finance and Program Operations with the annual budgeting process. -Maintain accounts receivable (AR), review AR aging reports, and update program-specific statement of accounts. -Attend monthly Finance Committee meetings with external board members. Record minutes for Finance Committee meetings. -Other duties as assigned, under the direction and supervision of the Manager and VP of Finance and Program Operations. Other May 13, 2022
(PRN/Part-Time) Administrative Assistant ChildSavers has an immediate opening for a PRN/part-time Administrative Assistant. This role supports all departments within ChildSavers and assists with a variety of clerical and administrative tasks. Please be sure to review all details of this listing, as we have noted some very specific availability requirements. Administrative & Office Support May 10, 2022