Bacon Street Youth and Family Services
Job Title: Clinical Director
Reports to: BSYFS Executive Director
FLSA Status: Exempt, Salaried Position
FTE: 1.0 FTE (full time)
Pay Rate: $70,000-$80,000 DOE
Bacon Street Youth and Family Services (BSYFS) seeks an enthusiastic professional to join our team! With direction from the Executive Director, The Clinical Director will be responsible for direct oversight and implementation of the clinical programs for the agency and will serve as a senior member of the leadership team for the agency. The individual must have experience working with youth and families, specifically related to substance use and mental health disorders. Master’s or Ph.D. in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a similar field with at least 5 years of experience is required. Experience with and certification for supervision expected. Licensure as a LCP, LMFT, LPC, or LCSW required. CSAC and/or LSATP preferred. To apply for this position, please send a resume, cover letter, and three references to Kim Dellinger at email@example.com by November 15, 2019.
- The Clinical Director is responsible for identifying counseling needs of clients, making appropriate referrals to staff, and overseeing appropriate counseling responses. The overall quality of substance abuse and mental health outpatient clinical treatment available to the client population and/or family members served by the agency is dependent on the work of the incumbent.
- Will oversee all programmatic components for the clinical program, including supervision and oversight of relationships with local, regional, and national CACREP accredited masters programs.
- Will provide oversight for the clinical team at all four of our office sites in Williamsburg, Hampton, Yorktown, and Gloucester. Travel and office hours at each of these sites is expected on a twice monthly basis.
- The work of the position includes agency representation at various meetings relating to substance use issues and concerns with some public speaking.
- The Clinical Director ensures compliance of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outpatient Services with state licensure requirements.
- The incumbent is responsible for clinical supervision of all counselors in residence, counseling interns, and other members of the clinical team on a regular basis and to ensure that their supervision requirements for licensure are being met.
- They will provide outpatient program coordination, personnel evaluation, interagency collaboration, and direct services.
- The Clinical Director will carry a case load of no more than five clients on an ongoing basis, and will serve as a resource for counselors in residence who are employed by the agency.
- Be familiar with and able to train staff on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing modalities.
- Makes professional and educational presentations to agency, staff, and the public.
- Performs related duties and responsibilities as required.
Qualifications/Skills & Knowledge Requirements
Education: Master’s or Ph.D. in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a similar is required. Licensure as a LCP, LMFT, LPC, or LCSW required. CSAC and/or LSATP preferred.
Experience: At least 5 years’ experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Experience in public speaking and nonprofit agency management are highly desired.
The successful candidate should have reliable transportation to ensure travel between each of the 4 sites, and be able to use stairs on a regular basis. The successful candidate will be required to work extended hours at times to complete projects or attend meetings outside of normal operating hours.
About Bacon Street Youth and Family Services
At Bacon Street Youth and Family Services we are passionate about supporting families. For over 47 years we have served adolescents and families dealing with substance abuse and mental health challenges through treatment and prevention programs. As a family focused provider, our counseling services extend to family members affected by and involved in the youth’s counseling and/or recovery needs. The program engages youth and their families in a process of measuring the extent of the young person’s substance abuse and/or mental health challenges, educating the family about substance abuse and mental health, providing the individual client and family with activities to allow for the development of new behaviors, and opportunities to address other disorders which may be co-occurring with substance abuse. At Bacon Street Youth and Family Services, we truly understand how scary and overwhelming adolescent substance abuse issues are and we are here to help, free of judgment and full of compassion.
“BSYFS provides prevention, education, and counseling to youth, their families, and our community, resulting in their living a life free of substance use challenges.” Our mission centers on mentorship, advocacy, support, healing, listening, and empathy. We work to build lifelong relationships with the communities we serve and focus on healing for the entire family during the treatment process.
For more information, visit: www.baconstreet.org. Bacon Street Youth and Family Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.