|Date Posted||November 8, 2020|
Come join the Clinical Staff at the YOU, Inc. Southbridge Family Resource Center! It is a community-based, culturally responsive Human Services Program that provides information, referrals to services, and support in various areas to families seeking advice and help.
Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm (**Will need to be flexible to work some evenings until 6:30pm and weekends, as needed.)
YOU, Inc. is committed to the health and safety of our staff (and new hires) during this time of COVID-19. Our comprehensive orientation and training is being offered remotely utilizing zoom video calls and self-navigated presentations, through our online Learning Management System. All home-based positions are providing services via Telehealth from the safety of their homes. Our goal is to continue to provide our staff the opportunity to work from home until we are able to safely transition back to work and home-based work.
- Provide clinical supervision and support to staff.
- Conduct intake, screening, and assessment functions for family members.
- Work collaboratively with the family partner, school liaison, and the family to develop a family support plan.
- Perform intake assessments that are trauma-informed, address risk factors and are based on the systemic issues facing individuals and families.
- Responsible for completing the modified CANS as well as other identified supplemental behavioral needs assessments.
- May facilitate evidence-based group sessions or be part of a group session, if needed.
- Maintain clinical documentation according to the agency standards.
- Provide direct support to individuals and families, both individually and in a team capacity with other program staff.
- Work with the court on CRA (child requiring assistance) cases to provide knowledge/advice to a judge when needed.
- MA/MS in psychology, social work, counseling or related field is required.
- LCSW or LICSW required.
- Massachusetts Child & Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) Certification required.
- Candidates must have a minimum 3 years of behavioral health systems experience (including internship years) and knowledge of resources in the Southbridge/Webster Community.
- Ability to work as a member of a team and to form collaborative partnerships.
- Good organizational skills, effective verbal and written communication skills and computer skills.
- Must possess a valid driver's license and reliable transportation.
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) and bi-cultural skills are preferred.