Part Time 20+ hours/week
St. Anne Institute: St. Anne Institute is a private, not for profit, secular residential & community-based preventive service agency committed to providing the highest level of care & rehabilitation services in the briefest time to children & families throughout NY.
Description of Duties:
SAI is currently looking for a dynamic, trauma informed candidate to be part of our clinical team. In this role you will work to help children and families, in our sexual abuse prevention programs as well as justice-involved individuals, with the goal of preventing future harm and fostering healing. Experience with electronic health records, CFTSS (Children and Families Support Services) and NYS OCFS CONNECTIONS, and credentialed for insurances is preferred. This position offers a great benefits package, clinical supervision, schedule flexibility, and possible telehealth accommodations when appropriate. Position is located in our Hudson Falls office, serving Saratoga, Warren, and Washington counties. Responsibilities include:
- Coordinate the clinical treatment plan and develop comprehensive clinical assessments and treatment plans for assigned individuals and families
- Provide individual, group & family focused treatment/therapy
- Serve as the ongoing liaison with community agencies and referral sources
- Coordinate and complete necessary reports and correspondence
- Attend weekly individual and team/group supervision
- Facilitate case planning on each client/family
- Work cooperatively with client’s case manager and/or outside service providers to coordinate clinical services and resolve issues.
- Maintain updated assessments and progress notes, and record updates in the NYS OCFS CONNECTIONS electronic case management system and/or in the SAI EHR
- Present clinical treatment summaries on clients at weekly clinical team meetings.
- Attend all clinical department staff meetings and supervisory meetings, as required
- Keep abreast of current trends in clinical treatment, trauma-informed care and evidence-based models through reading, in-service training and conferences.
LMSW/LCSW, LMHC or other relevant degree and experience working with individuals, families and groups preferred. Those with MHC/MSW may be considered. Ability to function as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team. Excellent communication and written skills required.
Benefits: St. Anne’s Institute offers EAP (Employee Assistance Program), and 403(b) retirement plan to per diem employees.
St. Anne Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer, disabled/protected veterans, female, minorities, sexual orientation, gender identity.