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Job Description

Humanidad’s Mission and Vision:

Mission: to strengthen the lives of the Latinx community by increasing access and utilization of community mental health resources. We transcend barriers and reduce stigma by providing culturally proficient therapist training, inclusive community education, and bilingual therapy services.

Vision: Healthy and thriving communities where the stigma associated with mental health does not exist and all have access to quality and compassionate culturally sensitive therapy services.

Clinical Director

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

The ideal candidate will:

Under the direction of the Executive Director, manage all strategic and day-to-day operational aspects of our main office in Santa Rosa.Provide leadership to drive continuous improvement across key performance indicators, developing the procedures and policy manual of clinical department. Including access to care, client satisfaction, clinical outcomes, and cost managementWorking in Partnership with Lead Clinical Supervisor, manage a team of clinical support staff, Associate and Trainee MFT, ASW, APCC; serving as both a manager and a mentor to drive excellent staff performance.Working in partnership with the Executive Director and Lead Clinical Supervisor, foster a culture of collaboration, open communication, and mutual respect among all agency staff.Develop systems to ensure that medical record documentation in all programs meets the HIPPA compliant requirements for all applicable standards and regulations. These include, managed mental health care contracts, FYC-CPS billing and invoicing, Victim Compensation and other State grant contractual agreements.Evaluate, manage and implement procedures as needed for new electronic health records and timely delivery documentation by all staff.Attend and maintain monthly meeting with clinical supervisor team: for scheduling, ensuring effective use of resources to achieve high productivity of trainees while maintaining an excellent staff and client satisfactionSupport remotely, school based and community-based grant efforts that drive client engagement. Once school services resume, ability to attend in person will be highly preferred.Plan and operate within the approved budget, and identifying improvements to better utilize personnel and resources in all contractual agreements.Prepare and deliver written and oral reports as needed.Serve as a representative for the agency for outreach of programs, community organizations, and local partners.Model respectful, caring, tolerant, ethical, and empowering relationships with all individuals served and employed.Represent Humanidad as assigned, ensuring a positive and caring public image, as well as appropriate visibility, in the community.

Requirements, Qualifications, Skills & Abilities

*The ideal candidate will:*

Have 10+ years of clinical experience, preferably non-profit sector for counseling, with at least 5 years of experience managing a team.Possession of a California license in at least one of the following; Clinical Psychology; Clinical Social Worker; or Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.Ideal applicant will be bilingual in English and Spanish with strong bicultural sensitivitySelf-driven; able to prioritize various work-streams and manage upward to seek input from executive leadership when appropriateHighly developed communication skills, including conflict mediation and the ability to tailor communication styles for various audiences, from the agency to community members and coordinating these with outreach efforts.Excellent strategic thinking and problem-solving skills, including the ability to use data to inform actionsExperience and familiarity with Quality Assurance processes.Experience working with clients of diverse cultures and backgrounds and with underserved and/or isolated communities.Must operate with cultural sensitivity with respect to working with persons and groups of diverse racial, ethnic, economic and social backgroundsProficient with technology, Electronic Health Record, including MS office, excel, smartphones, etcExcellent interpersonal and communication skills.

*Compensation:*

The ideal candidate compensation will be: $45.00 per hour

Competitive benefits package including Medical ,Vision, Dental, and 401k with match eligibility.Work-Life integration.Flexible scheduleOpportunity to grow with a growing agency20 hours weekly

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: Up to $45.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:partly remote now due to Covid-19.


Job Description

Compensation: TBD (Based on experience)Employment type: part-timeNon-profit organization: Humanidad Therapy and Education Services (Humanidad)

At the heart of Humanidad’s programs are our therapeutic services. As a member of our therapy team you will have the opportunity to help those in need. As an associate with Humanidad you will work with children, adolescents, and adults impacted by trauma, earn your children hours by meeting with adolescents at school program, learn trauma informed approaches while providing care for your client and receive individual and group supervision each week with a multicultural and psychodynamic emphasis.

Position: MFT Associate/ ACSW AssociateReports To: Clinical Director

Hours/Week: Varies (typically 15-20 hours per week)

Employment Status: Part-time

Job summary

Specific Job Duties include:

Provide psychotherapy services for children, youth, adults and families. Providing 1:1 telehealth sessions at a school-based setting and main office locations. In- person sessions will be approved once the school setting allows for a return to the campus. Applicant ability to have a hybrid schedule is highly preferred.Provide structured group facilitation for children and adolescents at school based programs.Associates are expected to manage a caseload of a minimum of 15-25 client hours per week and attend mandatory clinical supervision and consultations. More clients may be seen at the discretion of your clinical supervisor and as self-care is at the heart of our agency philosophy and alignment to the clients we serve.Attend agency meetings; clinical training (s), seminars, retreats, that will improve and develop the clinical competencies, skills, and experience.

Associate will be able to better track client’s communication style along with have the insight of their own to build and strengthen the therapeutic alliance.

Work collaboratively with the Clinical Supervisor, meeting once per week and as needed to fulfill hours for BBS approval.Willingness to explore and understand cultural competencies for addressing therapeutic alliance and client treatment goals. Including a willingness to self-evaluate one’s own understanding both of the helping role and process of use of certain modalities and defined goals are consistent with the life experiences and cultural values of clients being served. Understanding how sociopolitical stressors and stigma impact vulnerable communities.Maintain client records as part of standard of care practice. Document and keep current and updated charts of each client session. And follow agency policy with completing assessments, diagnosis and development of treatment plans.Manage and document all legal/ethical mandates and for reporting of child, spousal, or elder abuse, and follow BBS reporting protocol on advisement of the clinical supervisor.Perform crisis intervention and counseling services as required using evidence-based methods and trauma informed, humanistic and family system approach.Maintain a flexible work schedule, may vary due to current online learning school program, demand for services increasing across school day hours and working evenings and some weekends.Work collaboratively in a team environment while maintaining accepted professional standards of clinical practice.Establish cooperative effective and productive casework relationships with school staff, agency administration, youth, families, teachers, and outside professionals.

Key Behavioral Traits

The consistent display of these behaviors is essential to continued employment:

• Professionalism: Treats others with respect. Accepts feedback without defensiveness. Understands needs of the organization might outweigh personal feelings and still provides diligent and careful work product.

• Good Judgment: Considers impact of personal and professional choices. Consistently makes decisions in keeping with organizational values, supervisor’s direction and common sense.

• Problem Solving: Ability to manage common problems without supervisor intervention while also discerning when to contact your clinical supervisor.

• Organizational Culture: A commitment to the agency’s mission at Humanidad. Familiarity or experience with issues that impact the lives of people seen at Humanidad and the ability to demonstrate sensitivity to issues of confidentiality and diversity.

Prerequisite Qualifications

The candidate must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for employment in this position:

• Experience working with children, adolescents and families preferred.

• Demonstrated oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, including ability to relate to diverse client and community population via telephone and in person.

• Master’s Degree from accredited college or university in the field of marriage and family counseling, social work or psychology and/or all academic preparation required for licensing or internship as defined by state licensing requirements.

•Must be currently registered as a MFT, ASW, or working towards the fulfillment of associate hours under the supervision of appropriately licensed MFT or per the State of California’s requirements.

• Satisfactorily pass DOJ fingerprint clearance.

• Valid driver’s license, current auto insurance, ability to transport self to job-related events and education locations

• Experience with Windows operating and other programs of Windows

*Respond to electronic communication in a timely manner

Supplemental Qualifications

The candidate who possesses the following skill(s) is preferred over an otherwise equally qualified candidate:

• Bilingual English/Spanish

• Experience as group facilitator, and/or in crisis intervention and/or social work.

TO APPLY: To apply please send a cover letter and resume

• Thank you for your interest in employment with Humanidad.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: TBD

COVID-19 considerations:working mostly remotely now because of Covid-19


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