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Position Title

    P/T Clinical Coordinator

Description

    The Clinical Coordinator provides support and supervision of YFS counselors as
    assigned and is a member of the YFS Leadership Team. The Clinical Coordinator
    supports the delivery of services and program operations including but not limited to
    service review and approvals, contract deliverables, staff training and development
    and outreach programs.

Responsibilities

    See description above.

Required Skills and Qualifications

    A. Education and Experience
        1. Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family or related
        counseling field and possess a current Washington State License in the mental
        health counseling field. *Full licensure as a LICSW, LMHC, or LMFT, and
        certification as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) are strongly desired.
        2. Minimum three-five years related experience.
        3. Meet the qualifications to supervise unlicensed therapists according to the
        Washington Administrative Code (WAC 246-809-234).
        4. Experience in counseling children, youth, and families.
        5. Experience in leading groups, trainings, and workshops.
        6. Employees and volunteers who operate their own or Friends of Youth vehicles
        on Friends of Youth business must have a safe driving record as defined by
        Friends of Youth. Employees and volunteers who operate their own vehicle(s) on
        Friends of Youth business must carry auto liability insurance that complies with
        the requirements of Friends of Youth.

    B. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
        1. Knowledge of treatment approaches for individual and family counseling, crisis
        intervention and brief therapy.
        2. Crisis intervention skills.
        3. Knowledge of group process.
        4. Ability to develop and monitor goal-directed treatment relationships.
        5. Parent education skills.
        6. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, including skills of
        public speaking.
        7. Ability to work in a community setting, develop community resources, and
        market services.
        8. Ability to recruit volunteers.
        9. Knowledge of relevant COA standards and participation in a Performance and
        Quality Improvement process.
        10. Able to engage with diverse populations in a culturally responsive manner.
        11. Demonstrate a commitment to the values of equity and inclusion by honoring
        and celebrating diverse characteristics and expressions of personal identity.

Hours

    Part Time - .5 FTE

Salary

    DOE

Reports to

    Mental Health Program Manager

Location

    North Bend

Application Deadline

    Open until filled.

Contact

    Send cover letter and resume to Rosalynn Recine at rosalynn@friendsofyouth.org  

Job Posting Date

    6/13/17
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